I noticed that a particular kindle version of a book has given commission more than once. Could it be just a coincidence or does amazon's cookis last for more than 24hrs?
I imagine it's two sales of the same product. My understanding is that the cookie is a one time cookie ie: the person has to come from your page and then buy in that session, unless they put the item in their basket. If they put the item in their basket the cookie length is longer, but I can't remember what it is.
As far as I know, the amazon cookie is 24 hours but will be over-ridden if they go elsewhere and pick up an amazon affiliate cookie from someone else's site.
Thanks for your response. I was wondering. It then means that two set of people bought the same sets of items.
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