I am new to HubPages, and I could not understand the amazon ads earning method.
My queries are:
-Will I be paid, If the advertised product is sold or for just getting clicks on it?
-How much will I be paid (Percentage)?
-Is there any negative effect for placing more number of adds on our hub?
You need to sign up with Amazon affiliate program and all the information on how it works is on their site.
Here are the basics of how to sign up:
http://hubpages.com/learningcenter/crea … te-account
You earn a sliding scale of commissions if someone buys something (no payment for clicks). The minimum is 4%.
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by chronage6 years ago
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