I was just browsing amazon and while looking at the product, at the top I saw an option of share on twitter and out of curiosity I tweeted the link. So my question is will amazon track that link, it was a short link so I couldn't see my associate ID. I know I would hardly sell any products through twitter but I would like to know does amazon track the link and if the link has our associates ID in it?
interesting and great question Natasha because I was going to ask you this exact question as I saw your amazon tweet!
by David 4705 years ago
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by TomC357 years ago
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