Finally, I got my first Amazon payout! It's just $10+ but heck it's exciting nevertheless.
Now what will I do with the $10???? Shop or apply it to my account or sell it?
that is a good one but how can i also apply for an amazon on my hubpage
You have just two hubs and one is what I'd consider short, and the other is half that again in length.
If I were you I'd only apply for the Amazon Associates program once I had at least 10 hubs, with lots of quality content, and that can have products placed in it without it looking out of place.
Congrats on the payout! I have had a few "sales" but still haven't come close to the $10.00 payout. LOL
I am so close to the $10 payout, I mean under a dolla! Gratz and hopefully I get mine next payout! I guess I need to focus on Amazon for awhile to make it more worth while! (I dont wanna do that it seems to much like "Work")
LOL Oli. I'm guessing you're getting a lot more than me in Amazon or eBay.
Congrats! There was a time when I would have just said take the payout, but now I kind of like the idea of using it on Amazon. They've kind of become the Wal-Mart of the internet, but with a lot more stuff from a lot more brands and fewer apparent evil practices. People who have Amazon Prime will tell you they start to buy everything from Amazon, even food sometimes.
by Pente 7 years ago
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by Janis Leslie Evans 5 years ago
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by LondonGirl 4 years ago
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by John Hansen 4 years ago
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by Keith Schroeder 8 years ago
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