One thing that every site owner has to think of at some point in time is the source of their revenue. We know that there are website owners who have their blogs just for hobby purposes. In most of those cases, they are already having a day job and they do blogging for fun. However, there are others who want to make a living out of their websites and are constantly looking for ways to monetize their website in a way that the reader stays for a long time. As we all know, one of those ways is Google AdSense which is an ad platform from Google.
However, the problem with Google AdSense is that some niches and languages are not supported right now. As well as there is a chance your account might get banned if someone tried to click bomb your website and click on the same ads again and again. If you are one of them, you have a great option in the form of the Amazon Affiliate program. This program is from Amazon and is available worldwide for you to make commissions out of sales. From Amazon Affiliate, you can get a small percentage of commission from every sale which you can see on your dashboard. Now, we will tell you how to register for Amazon Affiliate first of all:
- First of all, go to the Amazon website in your country. For example, we have Amazon.co.uk for the UK, Amazon.com for the US, Amazon.ca for Canada and so on. To be on safe side, visit Amazon.com and select your country from the bottom panel on this website.
- Here, you will see the ‘Make Money with Us’ list where you need to click on ‘Become an affiliate’. That’s it, you now have to enter your account details and create a new Amazon account if you don’t have it already.
- Once that is done, you can start generating affiliate links and sell products to get commissions.
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