At what point does Amazon payout for advertising their products? Is it $50? And how does that work, do they just sent you a check every month you earn that much or more? Does your revenue roll over on months when you don't meet this level? Help would be greatly appreciated.
The Amazon affiliate site has the best answers to your questions,
https://affiliate-program.amazon.com/gp … ation.html
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