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I've been wanting to post a question regarding the Amazon Associates program, but I'm not sure what Stack Exchange site it would be most appropriate on.

So, well, I guess that's my question. On what Stack Exchange site, if any, can I ask a question related to the Amazon affiliation program?

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I can't say without knowing more -- 1) what is your job title relative to this question (webmaster? end user? site owner? programmer? sysadmin?) and 2) what are the specifics of your question? –  Jeff Atwood Sep 5 '10 at 21:38
    
I'm thinking about using it on my blog, so not really programming-related (hence my question here). The question itself is if I should use the .com or .co.uk amazon site (as I'm located in Europe but most of my visitors are US-based). BTW: Hi Jeff :-) –  Valentino Vranken Sep 5 '10 at 21:51

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Based on your update in the comments

I'm thinking about using it on my blog, so not really programming-related (hence my question here). The question itself is if I should use the .com or .co.uk amazon site (as I'm located in Europe but most of my visitors are US-based)

I'd say http://webmasters.stackexchange.com/ -- webapps is end user focused, not really focused on people who manage a website and make decisions like this about content that is being posted to the website.

It wouldn't be terrible on webapps, it could work there, but the "webmaster" vs. "end user" distinction is what matters here. So I suspect you'll get much, much better answers from "people who run websites" than "people who use GMail and Facebook".

And in the future, you can always check

http://stackexchange.com/sites to see what sites we have, and what the audience is for each one.

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+1 The closest match is def. webmasters. As a mod there I can attest that questions regarding generating revenue through advertising and link exchange, etc, are acceptable there. –  Mark Henderson Sep 6 '10 at 4:49
    
Thanks for that /sites link, quite interesting! I wasn't aware of its existence until now. –  Valentino Vranken Sep 6 '10 at 10:36

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