Since I joined the HP Amazon Program I thought most sale would be in the highest tier, around 7% or 8% but I noticed nearly all my sales last week were only 4%. They were all in electronics category, could this be the reason?
@SpaceShanty I think that could certainly be the case as electronics has a lower limit than some other categories.
This has some explanation for different categories.
https://affiliate-program.amazon.com/gp … 15?ie=UTF8
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