I'm signed up with Amazon.com. It turns out most of my hits seem to be coming from elsewhere: Canada, UK and others.
So when I am placing Amazon links should I be using the Amazon.com links or others? Will the Amazon.com links bring them to content from their own country and will I be getting commission for that or should I just be putting links from Amazon.ca or UK and sign up for their associate programs?
I'm really confused about this.
One article of mine I used the helmets with built in Bluetooth helped support the writing. Searching through Amazon usually does bring up related products.
by David Covey3 years ago
I live in Minnesota, which is one of the states that Amazon has chosen to stop doing business with due to a state tax imposed upon Amazon, for Amazon affiliates in this state. For this reason, I can no longer monetize...
by Earl Noah Bernsby3 years ago
Hey all,I posted this query in an older thread of mine with no joy. In retrospect, I probably should have posted the question independently:
by Solaras3 months ago
It just occurred to me that I might have been able to get commissions on my holiday Amazon purchases, if I had entered through one of my HP amazon links. Is that against TOS?
by Wag The Dog5 years ago
Another wrong idea.
by Jason B Truth2 weeks ago
I just finished reading through the Amazon Associates Program Policies and the Amazon Associates Operating Agreement. I have some idea on what to do. However, there were a few questions that I still had and...
by cameciob3 years ago
and probably all accounts comming from MN, in the account that the state had passed a law to collect Internet taxes. So, that will not pay any advertising fees to accounts in Minnesota.I used to make some pocket change...
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