What is your earnings from Amazon Affiliate program after one year of joining the program?
Because many of the affiliates find Adsense much more helpful in earning than the Amazon program. Share your statistics for the benefits of the community as whole.
My situation is a little different than a lot of people on Hub pages. I technically signed up in January of 2009. However, I did not publish something until January 2010. From that time until the end of March 2011 I really only publshed a few scattered Hubs. I really did not take the time to learn the proper way to do keywords etc. Recently I have made a push to start learning more and to publish more hubs. Ironically this is at a time when Hub pages is having problems. Anyways, I have made $25.00 this month from Amazon and almost $5.00 from adsense. Being that this is the first month I have put a lot of effort in Hubs pages I do not think this is that bad. I hope to do more next month but it is baseball season for my two kids so that takes up alot of my time. We will see what happens.
Zero. Nada. Zilch. No ay ay. I've made NOTHING from Amazon.
Nothing ever from Amazon or Google, or Hub..although they tell me I have earned 3 cents! Yay, I can go to the Bahamas now.
Nothing from Amazon for me. Then again, I'm not exactly catering to consumable markets. I've done alright with Adsense.
by Raye 8 years ago
Word is out... if you are a CA resident and have an Amazon associateship, you should be seeing an email very soon canceling said account. Amazon just sent out a press release,http://www.boingboing.net/2011/06/29/am … socia.html
by Cardia 7 years ago
I'm seriously considering signing up for the Amazon Affiliate program. However, I live in Barbados, and the FAQs aren't really telling me anything. Have you found the program to be profitable? Also, do you have a problem collecting payments?Thanks!
by Laura Schneider 5 years ago
I tried to add an amazon capsule to a hub the other day. Hm. No results. In fact, a search on "book" turned up no results. Very interesting. The hub tool must be broken.Later, I went to check on my Amazon earnings account and found that it had been closed. Just "closed". The...
by Cardia 7 years ago
I want to join the Amazon Affiliate Program soon (I'm going to try to publish at least 10 Hubs before I apply for it)I was going to apply for it through Hubpages, but now I'm seeing in the FAQs (http://hubpages.com/faq/#amazon-signup) that I have to be a member of the Hubpages Earnings Program. I'm...
by Erlindo R. DeLeon 5 years ago
I have problem using the Amazon Affiliate Program.I understand I can earn money through my featured hubs using the amazon Afffiliate Program even though I don't have yet an adsense account. My earning setting show my Amazon Affiliate already active but still I can't figure out how it...
by Nagabhyru Revanth 5 years ago
Hello members,I have two featured hubs and did not have an Adsense account. Today I signed up for Amazon program and got approval. My question is can we participate in the Amazon and Ebay affiliate program without Google Adsense.Thanks,Revanth.
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