Hi! I have a plan to post a product on Amazon, I'm from the Philippines. What if my customer is from another country, e.g. the USA, how will I deliver the product to him/her? Thank you.
You don't. You can only use Amazon.com so the customers will be in the US. Amazon deliver directly, you won't know anything about it until the item is shipped and the earnings appear in your account.
You are asking about selling products on Amazon.com, NOT in a HubPages article, am I right?
Hi, thank you, Marisa. Can we post products from Amazon to HubPages even we are not the seller of it?
On HubPages, you cannot sell your own products. What you do is choose products from Amazon that you can recommend. If someone buys one of them, you will receive a small commission.
Oh! That's great! I thought it is just for our products. Is it exclusive for Amazon products only or can I post products from another e-commerce company? Here in the Philippines, there is no Amazon. It is not popular in the country. We have our own, other e-commerce websites for online selling (lazada or shopee).
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