how to make money on amazon? do you make money by people clicking or buying or both?
You can only make money on Amazon by selling items. However you earn commission on the entire first sale made after someone clicks through (in the first 24 hours.)
For instance if you had an Amazon item such as a pair of socks on your hub and then someone clicked through and purchased $200 of items and you were at 6% commission, you'd get about $12.
It's rare to make money on hubs that are 'informational'. Review and product based hubs are more likely to get you Amazon sales.
you earn through the concision for selling amazon product through your hub using amazon capsules.
by Nell Rose 15 hours ago
I wrote a hub yesterday and it when it passed to go onto the site my Amazon ads were taken away! Ghost war stories, ghost war books amazon! So what on earth is the problem?
by Liz Elias 7 years ago
Hi folks-- I just set up my Amazon affiliate account a couple of days ago. I do not expect that I would have any earnings yet, and I do not. My 2 questions are about other aspects of how Amazon works.1) I logged into my Amazon account, and saw this...
by Belle O'Hara 5 years ago
For my first hub I asked my mom if it would be alright for me to do a review of her book. She agreed and I wrote one up. I intended to post a link from my hub to her book on amazon, however, upon further reading I read it is generally a good idea to have one or two hubs already posted before I try...
by Heather Nickless 9 years ago
I decided to check my adsense and amazon first thing this morning and I was completely shocked when I saw that someone had ordered 2 items from Amazon through my affiliate link. I'm so excited cause I didn't think anyone was going to actually buy anything. Oh and it wasn't from a product review...
by Jeremy Gill 4 months ago
Hello all, just a few questions about what does and doesn't provide commissions from amazon capsules:1) If you click your own capsule and buy an amazon product, do you still receive your earnings?2) If a reader goes to amazon because of your article and adds an item to their cart, but doesn't...
by WriteAngled 6 years ago
I'm wondering if anyone can enlighten me on copyright and attribution issues with respect to products sold on Amazon. If I write a hub that focuses specifically on one or more Amazon products, where do I stand with respect to using the full-size images corresponding to the products I select for the...
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