I apologize if this question has already been answered, but I couldn't find a thread for it.
A couple months ago, Amazon changed their payment tiers to be based off of categories, as opposed to volume. My blog was hit hard, but my hubpages earnings were not. So my question is - does Hubpages have a separate deal with Amazon where the commissions are still volume-based? Or am I just getting lucky with the categories that I'm selling through (Hubpages doesn't provide as much detail as Amazon, so I don't know what categories are being recorded).
Thanks for any insight!
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