Question about linking to Amazon.com
I noticed something today when I was using the link feature. Hubpages now have a tab for us to link to something directly on Amazon.com. I wonder when that started and how does that figure in with our earnings. Is the link shown 60% of the time like it was with the capsules. Anyone use this linking tool yet?
Ever since you originally signed up for Amazon you could create links directly to products with your id. It was a while ago that they configured it to make it easy for everyone. As far as I last knew the links share the 60% time but they might actually be 100% time, of course the downfall of the links is its a lot harder to get anyone to click on them compared to the capsule.
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