Wooo Hooo, I can't believe it. My first sale on Amazon today. I don't even care about the money. I am so excited.
Congratulations! I am still waiting for my first sale on Amazon.
Hey congratulations. That is wonderful. Just in time for Christmas too!!!
Good thing you don't care about the money because Amazon doesn't pay you until you have $100 in commissions then they keep $15 for a check processing fee.
Sad that people work so hard for Amazon for free... and most will never get paid and this is why Amazon has made it so far - free advertising labor.
Kind of a buzzkill isn't it?
Well done Fishtiger
It is a great feeling when you put something together and works.
keep going and repeating what you did.
OMG after reading your post, I decided to check my Amazon, which I hadn't looked at in months. I made 2 sales but I only earned $1.80.
Congrats fishtiger58 and kmackey32! That's a start. An e-marketer once told me if you can make a $1 on the internet you can make $1,000 So way to gooo!
Congratulations! I can relate to that feeling when I made my first sale last week. The money was just a few cents but it really made me sooo happy.
Merry Christmas to you!
Congratulations. The first sale anywhere for any amount is always very exciting. It proves way down in your toes that you can indeed make money online. I still remember my first sale and all of the goosebumps.
I always give myself a high five when I log into my adsense and amazon account and see a new sale. The feeling never gets old.
Thank you all very much. Have a safe and Merry Christmas.
by Barack James 7 years ago
Hi hubbers, I made my very first Amazon sale two days ago and you can guess how I feel right now. I know there are hubbers who make several sales a day, but this is a very big milestone to me worth sharing. This is a big boost on earnings and now I have all the reasons to get back hubbing. Thank...
by Chinweike 12 years ago
I just checked my Amazon account and noticed i have made a sale. Though not much, it's just $3.89 as commission. And guess what, it came from the hub i least expect would give me any sales.So happy to be saying this.GRRRRRRRIIIIIIII...........
by Peter Owen 10 years ago
I just got my first sale, a biggie at $.40Question - I just happened to go into Earnings and saw the purchase. doesn't amazon send an email when a purchase has been made?
by CASE1WORKER 11 years ago
Since Thursday I have had a massive week with Hubpages.First I made my first amazon sale and posted and received many congrats- thanks. Yesterday I wrote my 100 hub and have received some kind comments. Just logged on- yep i have made the 100- dont know how i did it or how long it will be there-...
by Umesh Chandra Bhatt 4 months ago
My book containing stories and poems is published in Amazon through Kindle Desktop Publishing. It has 6 stories and 18 poems.
by Andrew Orrell 11 years ago
At last! I have finally had my first Amazon sale. It took 384 click but I'm finally there, my conversion rate is now 0.26! Yay.Weirdly the first item I sold has nothing to do with the items I have put on my Hubs, but I'm not complaining. A sale is a sale.
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