I use the HubPages Amazon Program. When someone buys something from Amazon is there a way to know what product link they clicked on to get to Amazon and which hub that link was in? Also, is there a way to know which of my hubs (if any) have product links that no longer work without having to go to each hub and check.
I asked the same question recently and was told by staff that this info is not made available to HubPages.
I also asked about this recently and the result was a deafening silence. The issue is on Amazon's end. It would be really helpful, right?
I have been wishing that info was available, but as far as I know there is no way for us to see it. Great question.
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