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why my amazon is only 4.00% referral rate even i already refers more than 7?it is stated in my earnings summary that if i refers 7 more products my referral will increase to 6.00%
I'm not sure I understand your question fully, but here's what I understand about the referrals.
Amazon means "sales". So, if you make 7 sales then your sales commission will increase to 6%.
I think they mean MONTHLY. So, you have to make 7 sales each month. For example they count from July 1 to July 31. If you have sales from last month they're not counting those. They started counting again on July 1st.
do you know how i put the amazon add into my website. i already have been aproved
It depends what the products are - some have fixed fees. You will only ever get 4% on products in the electronics category and other items such as MP3's are at 10%. Any general items without a fixed percentage will follow the volume based referral fee structure.
Read through their operating agreement and you'll find links to the payment structure.
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