Ok so I'm really excited because I just logged into my amazon associates account and I've gotten one ordered item
The item was a big ticket item
Let's say it's $1000
Does that mean once it ships i'll get paid 6% ($60)?
My current earnings are currently $0 but i'm assuming thats because
it hasn't shipped?
Do you get 6% of the list price, or 6% of whatever profit they make?
well hurry up and pack the item and ship it off to the fella so you van get your commission!
ok..you got me, it looks like you got your answer in the other thread
You get n% of list price
I couldnt find a list but the increase in commission is somrthing like
under 7 sales in month 4%
sales after 7 = 6%
after 25 sales 6.5%
-thats approximate, im sure there is a definitive list in the amazon faqs somewhere
Congrats on your first sale!
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