Should I sign up for the Amazon earnings program nowawdays?
Some time ago, It wasn't advisable to sign up for Amazon's earnings program. Is this now over and would it be wise to sign up for it?
Don't understand why it wasn't advisable to sign up for Amazon earning program sometime ago.
But as far as I understand what is the harm in joining it. You may earn something from it.
yes you should sign up and include amazon modules in your hub
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