So last week I switched to the new Hubpages Amazon option. I keep seeing the message that Hubbers are already earning 8.5% from Amazon sales. Yesterday I made my first sale so I went to have a look at it and to my surprise I am only getting credited with 4% of the sale. What happened to 8.5% that I was expecting?
If it was electronics, I think Amazon has a 4% cap on that.
Ah yes, now that you mention it I think it was electronics. Thanks
Tough town, the internet. Personally, I'm writing my congressman.
Can someone find out (para, please) what the % is for other products? This is good to know.
Thanks for the link wilderness. Happy weekend!
I appreciate all these men coming to the rescue of the clueless damsell in distress. Thanks, wilderness.
You're welcome. You'd have been even more welcome without the TY to PDS. Especially as his came first even though I posted the first answer; that really hurt!
Hahahaha, you guys and your competition, LOL!!! Later gator.
What did you expect? You may be prettier, but I'm cute and fuzzy.
Gateway to all: https://affiliate-program.amazon.com/gp … ation.html
What the page, itself, doesn't cover; the links contained therein will.
How do I get amazon earnings and hubpage Earning combine.
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