I thought I had made the transition from my own Amazon to HP Amazon sooo smoothly. I waited until I had enough balance to get a payout before I switched.
But now I find that I actually earned more than my threshold the previous month - by a whole $4. So I received a cheque for that amount, and now I've got another $40 sitting in my account!
That's certainly great!!! I havent switched yet since i am pretty close to reaching the payout.
Aww - do you use Amazon for your blogs?
Do you have accounts on any other HP-like sites where you could embed Associate links? (I know, you've probably already thought of that.) How vexing!
Marissa, Writedge is a nice platform that compliments HP. It's new and it doesn't have the authority of HP or Squidoo, but you can use one self-serving link for a short (around 400-word article). There is no revenue-share on this affiliate link. You keep the earnings from these sales.
I looked at Writedge just for fun. It is true that it doesn't have much authority yet- it currently has a Google PageRank of 0! It might be a good option if you want some affiliate links but don't have your own blog...
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