Please help! I am brand new here, and would like to get some Amazon advertising on my page! So I went over to Amazon, and am filling out the form...then they ask me for my URL....sorry to ask a dumb question, but what exactly is that? Please reply..I feel like I'm the only one without any advertising on my hubs! Thank you!
URL is a unique website address. You need to use the URL for your profile page:
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