It helps to put you actual question in the body, not in the title, because otherwise it looks like you have a blank thread (look above) and people will ignore it.
I think it puts in your default tracker by default when you use the Email Your Friends link. If you have other URL trackers set up, you can choose whichever you'd like to use from the drop-down.
Can you be a little more specific about what you are trying to achieve. There are affiliate links to amazon, eBay and Google adsense that are put in naturally. Other affiliate products that you want to promote you can do so by adding in your affiliate link as a hyper link in the text or a link box.
If you give some more details it would be easier to give more advice.
well the google links showed up immediately but not the amazon or the ebay so does anyone know when they will appear or how I would insert them on my pages?
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