When someone clicks on a product link, do they have to buy that specific item for you to get a commission, or can it be anything they buy on the site through that link?
Most of the stuff i have sold through amazon has nothing to do with the hub they were viewing!!
I have sold some weird stuff that was totally unrelated to anything I had written about, tho it did give me ideas for stuff to write about!
It's anything they buy the first sale you make to them in the first 24 hours after the click your link; or, anything they save in their shopping basket and then buy within 89 days of clicking your link.
So the best thing to hope is that someone clicks one of your links for a $2 item then decides they want to buy $500 worth of stuff in one go.
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