I was wondering: Do I need to make my Amazon Affiliate account on the US page (that is, Amazon.com) or do Associate IDs from other countries also work with HubPages? I don't live in the US, so I'd prefer making an account in my home country.
Thanks in advance!
US only, you can join no matter what country you live in.
Remember that they pay by cheque though, so set your threshold high because of bank charges. I set mine to a whopping $1000.
Thanks for the quick reply. 1000$? Don't think I'll ever earn that much, heh.
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