Under the affiliate program what is Analytics?
Is my tracking ID in Amazon my affiliate ID?
The most common known denomination for Analytics is a Google application, which gives you information about your website traffic dynamic and optimization, there are some more similar application over the web, but the most used, I think, is Google Analytics, also because is free until 5’000’000 search in your web site. You can subscribe to this service along with AbSense for free on Google.
About your second question, yes your tracking ID in Amazon is you Affiliate ID as well.
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