Question re Amazon on my HUB
when ive published a hub and ive attached some Amazon stuff to it.....if the Amazon stuff sells how do I get credit for it as it doesnt ask for Amazon id?
You need to set up affiliate settings, go to your account and click on earnings the box of affiliate settings will show up need to set up amazon and google in order to get paid it will guide you through step by step. If this is already done then it should already have links to your accounts showing and you can click them to go to accounts and look up info.
Hope this helps
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