What are you doing on your amazon page?
I am just curious as I know someone trying to start doing sales online.
I'm a little leery about the amazon thus far. I don't know how they update the associates page but I will tell you this. 4 days ago in order to check and see if it would legitimately pay me for products purchased when people click to amazon from a link on my hub,I had my mom click on one of my ads and she even purchased the exact same item she had clicked on. Here we are 4 days later and on the amazon associates page it is not showing the click nor the item having been purchased. If it goes about a week like this then I will have to delve into it further to find out if it's even worth fooling with. I'll let you know how it turns out!
I love amazon and am making a fair amount from it. Here are my tips: http://hubpages.com/hub/amazon-affiliat … cts-online
For BenjaminB - it sounds like your mum bought during the Hubpages 40% rather than your own 60%. http://hubpages.com/faq/#program
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