Well it's March 2nd and I just had two Amazon sales posted from March 1st sales.
I’m glad to see that the rate is still at 8%. I was expecting to see a drop to the new rate (roughly half).
I wonder is this is due to the special non-standard agreement that HubPages has with Amazon. That would be great if that continues to override Amazon's new lower pay rate applied to direct affiliates starting March 1st.
by aa lite4 years ago
My Amazon report for Saturday the 1st of March still shows 0 clicks and 0 sales. The other days have updated normally.Initially I assumed it might be a problem with Amazon reporting or a glitch, which would be fixed in...
by Paul Edmondson3 years ago
We are going to increase Amazon earnings for most of you! Amazon is becoming part of the HP Earnings program. In early November folks will have the opportunity to switch to get paid their Amazon earnings...
by Brie Hoffman6 years ago
I don't make very much from Amazon, I'm considering taking it off...any advice?
by Fiction Teller4 years ago
Hi,I have other accounts here (this is my forum account). So far in the two days of Amazon earnings reports in the new HubPages-linked Amazon products, I only see products listed that I directly linked to. ...
by Kayla Hebert8 months ago
I have 20 clicks just yesterday from an article about Amazon Prime Day and have at least 3 confirmed sales from my ads from people who followed from facebook and it is showing as zero earnings and no longer pending for...
by Sondra Rochelle4 years ago
I have been using amazon capsules in my articles for some time but have made almost nothing from them. When I checked my earnings settings to sign up for the new Amazon earnings via Hub Pages, it said my Amazon...
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