Hi everyone, I have at long last reached my amazon threshold ($100 because i live in the UK) and my balance currently sits at $156.60 from 02/08/10. Living in the UK means I can only get paid via check, which is fine, but when will the check come? How long do I have to wait before reaching my threshold, till getting paid. I cannot find any info on Amazon asscociates, and when I check my payment history it just says Unpaid balance £156.50....Help! Thanks Terry
hey, good for you! if you go to your amazon account, click on Help [Customer Support], and then click on Payments. It answers when and numerous other questions.
Amazon (at least here in the US) pays two months later. So the money you make in August should be paid out towards the end of October.
I don't know, I don't use Amazon even though I'm signed up with them. Too much of a hassle...
Adsense all the way baby!
Bojangles8, when you're ready, take advantage of Amazon. I earned more from Amazon in the first 4 months than I did with Adsense and that was because of the Christmas season. It was unbelievable and I was hooked. Don't get me wrong, I like Adsense too but I don't think you should turn down opportunities when it presents itself.
I agree flightkeeper. I started trying out amazon links in decemember and i was so impressed! shame it slowed down after christmas though!... I find adsense works best for me by a mile at the moment, but i must admitt looking forward to christmas this year more than usual!
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