How to make money as an Amazon influencer
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- Amazon's influencer program is the e-commerce giant's initiative in which members can earn commission from items they sell.
- Amazon has been reaching out to some creators, and the program is also open to the general public.
- Commission rates range from 10% for Amazon's private-label fashion line to 1% for video games and consoles.
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Creators say that revenue from the Amazon influencer program can vary from a few dollars to $1,500 a month. Commission rates range from 10% for Amazon's private-label fashion line to 1% for video games and consoles.Read more: Amazon is now paying influencers big commissions to sell its products. We got a leaked document that shows how it all works.
The program is open to qualifying consumers who have a YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook account."While we look at the number of followers and other engagement metrics of your social media presence, we also look at the type of content you post and the relevancy it has for Amazon customers," Amazon says on its website about the qualifications needed to be part of the program.Here's a step-by-step guide to making money through Amazon's influencer program:
You need a social account to qualify
Setting up a store
Setting up payment
Customizing a store
Making a list
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