I had signed up for Amazon US and integrated amazon products into my hubs. Today I signed up for Amazon UK affiliate program. I am not a UK resident. Can I still use it? Can I use it along with Amazon US and how to track earnings and use it in my hubs?
Right now Hubpages only supports Amazon US. If you want to use the UK Amazon, you'll need to place a hyperlink in your hub. There have been numerous discussions about this, since many hubbers get visitors from the UK.
I wouldn't use Amazon UK here because HubPages is hosted in the US and attracts a mostly US-based market.
However, if you wanted to use UK Amazon links, you could use a couple and don't use any Amazon modules. It may not bring many sales, but you could do it.
13% of my traffic is from the UK, anybody who is prepared to swap a few Z's with S's and use words such as Garden instead of Yard can easily win British traffic, and that British traffic is valuable to me, I know this because my eCPM is higher at times when most Americans are asleep.
I use AmazonUK affiliate links alongside my Amazon.com capsules when I am selling a product that is also on sale on AmazonUK. They have to be contextual links and I usually only add one, although we are allowed to add two.
Edit: I get a lot of UK visitors to my hubs
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