I just want to ask if I can use the Amazon and Ebay affiliate ID that is placed on my affiliate setting on my other webpages outside hubpages. Can I apply for a new affiliate ID?
When I signed up on Hub Pages, I acknowledged that I wanted to automatically get the EBay and Amazon Affiliate IDs. But as I review my account they aren't listed .. How do I go about acquring them and put them in my account
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I tried to log in on my ebay affiliate page and I couldn't login, so I emailed their support team, they said that if there is no activity or sales for 6 months, they will authomatically deactivate the account, so member should reapply again.
Just six months. Means will have to work hard and click the first sale before that.
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