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I am looking at Amazon Associate's Referral fees for different products and beauty/skin care products are not among the products that they have listed on their chart to receive

Wow my whole site is based around a niche in which I need to sell lotions and soaps. THIS CAN'T BE REAL

Well I contacted Amazon and they said that it would be commissions based on the products that we have sold starting at 4%. So I was hopin other people would have actual advice about whether or not this was rea

It is actual advice. Search for amazon in the WA search bar, there was someone else who had the same issue and so they decided to let us know that you better watch what you sell for this reason.

Now the only reason you wouldn't have gotten commissions is
1. You bought the product yourself, can't do that.
2. Someone you know bought the product, can't do that either.

They give you commissions based on send new customers to amazon.

If you didn't do these then I would find new products, or don't.

Your decision.

Have a great day.

Just a guy trying to be helpful.

Yes. That is great you looked at that. Now you know to stop promoting, well unless you want to.

Maybe see if you can find similar products that have an affiliate program attached.

Good luck.

I'm looking for people who have facts about this- I'm hearing both things to be true and I don't know what to believe! Amazon says yes you can sell these products and receive a commission but out of the 2 skin care products I have sold I haven't received any commission...

I just did it for you because I'm a nice guy. CHeck it out

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Skin care products sold on amazon associates?

Skin care products sold on amazon associates?

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I am looking at Amazon Associate's Referral fees for different products and beauty/skin care products are not among the products that they have listed on their chart to receive

Wow my whole site is based around a niche in which I need to sell lotions and soaps. THIS CAN'T BE REAL

Well I contacted Amazon and they said that it would be commissions based on the products that we have sold starting at 4%. So I was hopin other people would have actual advice about whether or not this was rea

It is actual advice. Search for amazon in the WA search bar, there was someone else who had the same issue and so they decided to let us know that you better watch what you sell for this reason.

Now the only reason you wouldn't have gotten commissions is
1. You bought the product yourself, can't do that.
2. Someone you know bought the product, can't do that either.

They give you commissions based on send new customers to amazon.

If you didn't do these then I would find new products, or don't.

Your decision.

Have a great day.

Just a guy trying to be helpful.

Yes. That is great you looked at that. Now you know to stop promoting, well unless you want to.

Maybe see if you can find similar products that have an affiliate program attached.

Good luck.

I'm looking for people who have facts about this- I'm hearing both things to be true and I don't know what to believe! Amazon says yes you can sell these products and receive a commission but out of the 2 skin care products I have sold I haven't received any commission...

I just did it for you because I'm a nice guy. CHeck it out

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