I know that without traffic improving this may not really make sense but this is what I received as an email from Amazon:
Greetings from the Amazon Associates Program:
Starting March 1st, we are changing how we pay Associates for phones purchased on AmazonWireless.com. While we are reducing the bounty amount to $50, we're extending the bounty to all Products sold on AmazonWireless so that now you can earn the bounty not only by referring Qualifying Purchases of phones bundled with service plans, but also of phones by themselves. As before, purchases from AmazonWireless.com will not be eligible to earn advertising fee percentages in addition to bounty payments.
However, Qualifying Purchases of unlocked cell phones or cell phone accessories on Amazon.com will still be eligible for advertising fees at the rates set out in the Associates Program Advertising Fee Schedule.
For more details on how to earn the AmazonWireless bounty, please review the Associates Program Operating Agreement available here. Promotional tools for AmazonWireless can be found on Associates Central here.
The Amazon Associates Team
Can someone explain what is it all about and can it help us recover some revenue lost due to the recent Google drama.
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