What is the minimum I have to earn on Amazon Affiliate Program in order to actually get paid?
It does depend on how you choose to be paid. Log into your account, click on account settings (top right), then click change payment method. You should then see the payment options available to you and the thresholds for each one.
If you live outside the US. only check payment is available, with its $100 threshold.
I think it may depend on how you choose to get paid. I believe it's $10 for direct deposit and $100 for checks.
They do deduct $15 for checks, unless you're out of the U.S. and direct deposit isn't an option.
threshold payment in Amazon Affiliate Program is $100
Payment is made in late of every month.
In the beginning of having Amazon on my Hubs, I've received payments in the teens. As far as I know, the minimum is $10 if you're having it deposited in a bank account (at least in the US - maybe it's different in other countries).
I believe if a person has under $10 they have the option of selecting to be paid in an Amazon gift card, rather than wait for their earnings to reach/exceed the minimum.
It's only $100 if you get paid via check. It's $10 if you're paid via direct deposit.
Agrred, when I signed up I had a choice, direct $10, paper check $100- although I'm still seeking the $10 thru a sale....any advice how to sell this stuff or is it just luck?
Try writing purely sales hubs.
Informational and half/half hubs don't seem to sell amazon items much.
A sales hub is just about telling a person all about that product, why it's good, why they should buy one and also all the different types/styles/colors there are. From looking at a few of your hubs I think you also need to add more amazon items - if there isn't a lot of choice, chances are they'll either overlook the items or not find what they're looking for.
Check out one of my recent hubs for some ideas - I've just done 30 sales hubs for a 30dc.
And don't forget that Amazon pays two months out. So you would receive your August earnings at the end of October.
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