I had a problem when setting my Amazon affiliate account.
It said I should have had a "-20" on the end of it.
When I originally got my Amazon affiliate account it was back in 1999 or 2000. Has it changed since then? I'm also in Australia so could that also be the difference?
Anyway my question is, will it matter? Or will the system have difficulty tracking the impressions and sales?
It should work fine. You can test it by adding some amazon links in a Hub and then hovering over the URL to see if it has your affiliate link in it. Then click the URL if it's yours and see if Amazon is tracking your clicks.
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