is it possible to find out which hub a sale came from? under normal circumstances it is self evident, but i have a few hubs where I am advertising the same item and it is one of those that has been sold and i would like to find out which hub it was from.
AFAIK, there isn't - I too would love it if there were.
The only way that I know of is by using links rather than capsules for the Amazon products. You can create a different Amazon tracker and use it in the link.
Empress- not sure what you meant by AFIK hope it's not bad language.
Brian - AFAIK simply means 'as far as I know'
And lrohner's answer is as good as it gets
LOL! That's a good one. Hi Brian!
AFAIK - As far as I know....
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