Do I add just my profile URL to my Amazon associates or all each one of my hubs? Or do I add each individual hub URL, one by one?
You insert your Amazon affiliate ID here:
And then whenever you put items in an Amazon capsule on your page, your affiliate ID will show 60% of the time.
Are you signed up to Amazon Associates?
If so, you add your Amazon Associates ID to here.
It will automatically add your affiliate tracking to 60% of the Amazon Capsule products. Nothing more to do other than add your ID to the affiliate page and put appropriate products in your hubs.
I'm already signed up with Amazon Associates. I just wanted to know, when adding my url's; do I add just my hub profile or each individual hub.
I am not sure what you mean. You add your associates ID to your hub account or any outgoing links--not the other way around.
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