Hello, my wife is already a Hubber and has set up Google, Amazon and eBay affiliate accounts. Can I just use them on my account instead of setting up my own? Yes, I know she gets the money, but she gives me a bit from time to time. Thanks.
I am sure that would be fine.
Who wears the pants in your house then?
Pants? We don't need no stinking pants!
Thanks for the reply.
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