I've just joined hubpages and posted a couple of hubs with amazon products. I opened a US amazon.com affiliate account - but I'm in the UK and would like to advertise UK products, too. There's also only one amazon box on the hub pages affiliate page - which means that I can't have links to both. Has anybody else had this problem? What's the best way round it?
I thought it was US amazon only...to be honest Im in the UK but always go for US Amazon as there is a bigger market!
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