A bad day at Amazon
Someone has bought around 20 expensive programming books yesterday, but all of them Kindle version which means that I got "zero" commissions.
Amazon should certainly begin giving commissions to associates. It is rather annoying..
What about your book earnings? Decreased much after Kindle?
Have a nice day to all
I thought about doing a kindle review hub but have little to say that is positive. I think maybe the better alternative to kindle review hub would suit me better. I love being an amazon affiliate but the kindle stuff is not how I would do it. I would have cross compatibility so you can buy from amazon if you have a different eReader and of course the affiliate should get a cut even if its just a minimum % of sale and not subject to the tier system. If those sales of yours had been worth a nickel each you would at least have that plus the status of having made that sale but there we go, the world we live in.
I guess if I wanted to do a review of an eBook I would have a look at commission junction or someone like that for a company to affiliate with that sells the ebook I am reviewing that does offer commission for sales.
I kinda wish there was a commission junction or linkshare capsule. It could be pretty simple, you upload a pic and the url is clickable from the picture. Meaning we could make awesome looking ads that encourage clicking and we could even share our success with HP. I am happy to share if they make things easy for me to do it in the first place
by Paul Edmondson 4 years ago
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by Bev G 2 months ago
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by GreenMind Guides 2 months ago
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by Fiction Teller 4 years ago
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by Brandon Lobo 6 years ago
It's been a while since I made any amazon sales, finally the ice was shattered; but, even though I sold 2 items (They're ordered) my earnings show as $0. Do they have to be delivered before I get the commission?
by Shadaan Alam 3 years ago
It is happening for the first time ever that i am seeing no amazon sales for the past 7 days. Is it me alone?
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