I've got a little bit of a quandry here. I signed up for the amazon affiliates program and got tracking id for my blog with no problems. The issue is that I am trying to put in hub pages as another web site to get a new tracking id to put in my account settings.
I cant find any place to do that. Does anyone know how this is done? or do I just have to create another affiliate account and then put the hub pages information in there?
see if this page works. I got to that page by signing in, and then clicking "manage" in upper left hand corner, next to "Tracking ID".
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