I have opened an Amazon account under the category of "Blogs" for my HubPages. Is it the case that I use this one account for all of my Hubs. It is my intention to write Hubs on different topics. Also I have had some trouble sourcing Amazon URL's, ASINs or ISBNs for specific Amazon products. Please could you tell me how I can source this information.
Any general tips or guidance on configuring Amazon products with HubPages would be greatly appreciated.
Yep- your one Amazon account is used with all Hubs and HubPages accounts you might own.
Here are our various guides to Amazon-related issues:
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/crea … te-account
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