Do you earn from used products that are sold through amazon? Like if I wanted to link to a book that is out of print so amazon doesn't sell it directly but it is sold through the marketplace by used booksellers, would I get credit for those sales?
Listen, I don't know the answer positively. But it must be so that if you are logged into Amazon, browse for a product, and can obtain the affiliate link, then it will be trackable by Amazon and you will be compensated for any sales. Outside of that, sales are not trackable and you will not be compensated.
by Susannah Birch7 years ago
I check my Adsense twice a day and am continually refreshing till Amazon rolls over at the end of the day as well. I've finally reached the point where I might get a sale every second day or so, although no one seems to...
by ryankett7 years ago
Somebody watched a movie on demand via one of my capsules, and Amazon gives you 10% for that! I wouldn't really know how to get more people to watch movies, other than movie reviews, but that is still pretty sweet...
by Mutiny927 years ago
I sold over $500 through my hubs yesterday (my commission is a LOT less, obviously). By far, it was my best day with eleven items sold. I usually sell two items per week on average, so this was a pleasant...
by kirstenblog7 years ago
I just love when folks share the wacky stuff they sell with amazon. This looks like quite the book! The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society Who knew there was a potato peel pie society!Also managed an eat pray...
by OregonWino8 years ago
I had two seperate sales listed a couple of says ago and I login today and both are gone (and yes I checked the last quarter of 2009 etc...nothing!!) Anyone had something like this happen before?
by Elsie Nelson5 years ago
Anyone else noticing Amazon hasn't been updated since the 18th? Or is it just me?
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