In almost all my hubs, i have amazon ads. Each hub has 4 ads. But i am still getting this message :
Increase your referral rate to 6.00% by referring 7 more items.
Even by adding more items, this message does not change. What am i doing wrong?
PS: sry for heading typo
They don't mean the number of ads in your hub, they mean the number of products SOLD.
Once you reach a certain number of items sold (I forget how many), the percentage you make goes higher.
Hope that helps.
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