So, of course, I have an Amazon Affiliate account for Hubpages. If I start my own website, can I put my website on my Amazon Affiliate account (and use Amazon ads on my website) that I already have or do I need to apply for a new account for my new site? I'm semi-newbie, especially when it comes to the business end of this.
You go into your associate account and add your sites, blogs to it.
I have an Amazon Affiliate account that I use on my own website and on HubPages. I think it's fine to use the same account / affiliate ID across multiple sites.
You can use the same account and still use a different tracking ID. When you're logged in, click on "Manage" next to your tracking ID's, and then click "Add Tracking ID."
Why? This let's you track performance across different websites / platforms. For example, you could see how many clicks and conversions you got on your website verse how many clicks and conversions you got on HubPages.
It's not necessary, but it gives you more data in case you want to analyze that at a later point in time.
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