Is there a problem with signing up as an Amazon affiliate with my HUB ID as my primary affiliate ID?
In other words, I want to have other blogs and websites offering amazon products. I want to keep Hubpages with that affiliate ID totally separate, of course. So, do I just add more tracking IDs on Amazon for my other sites and leave my HUB ID as primary, or is there a better way to proceed - like have my HUB ID simply another tracking ID? Hope I'm making sense here.. Thanks for your help.
I don't thinks so, because Amazon considers it my ID, it doesn't seem to allow me to add another ID, so I used the same one for my blog, etc....
by luisj3053 years ago
When I check out my affiliate id under the earnings-settings tab I see an affiliate id that I can't find in my associate account via the amazon webpage the one which shows up is completely different. Therefore I'm...
by Stacie L2 years ago
I received a notice about being charged to keep my Amazon affiliate program active if I have no sales in 90 days. I'm sure others share this issue. Since I agreed to use Amazon under Hubpages program ID, I do earn more...
by Rudra10 years ago
Pardon me if this has been answered before.I am already using Amazon here but not sure if I have got it right. Am I right by including my affiliate (tracking) ID in the Amazon Affiliate Settings which seems to be like...
by Dan Harmon7 years ago
I recently opened a second HP account and, following directions from HP, signed it up for Amazon. Eventually I made one sale (for $100, darnit!) and found that it was credited to a totally separate Amazon account...
by Valux9 years ago
So I am signed up with amazon affiliate and it appears on my page fine, but the link to the product does not have my tracking id in it, it has a generic hubpages-20 id. Is there any way to correct this?
by Sandy Mertens8 years ago
Under the affiliate program what is Analytics?Is my tracking ID in Amazon my affiliate ID?
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