How to make money by sharing your favorite Amazon products online

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After you hit the Sign up button, you will be taken to a page where you can select the Amazon account you’d like to link to your influencer account.


You can use your existing Amazon account, which will allow you to access your shopping history, product reviews, and the lists you already have within your account. If you’d rather create a new account to keep both accounts separate, or if you don’t have one, go ahead and open a new account.


Select the Amazon account you’d like to link or create a new account.

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Once you link your account, it will prompt you to answer a couple more questions, and add your social media handles, which will help determine if you are eligible or not. Since your approval heavily relies on your social media accounts, apply during a time that you have been actively posting on them.



Also: It’s official: Amazon will hold another Prime Day sale in October Than the moment you’ve been waiting for — *drumroll* — you’ll see if you get approved. If you don’t get approved, don’t be discouraged. You can work on your social media presence by posting more consistently and keep applying.



from 1% to 20%, depending on the item and category. Amazon is transparent about the rates by posting a chart online that delineates the rate for each category.



What qualifications do you need to be approved as an Amazon Influencer?



Amazon says, “We accept applications from all types of influencers, provided you have a YouTube, Instagram, or Facebook account. When reviewing your application, we look at the number of followers you have in addition to other engagement metrics.”




Can I apply again if my application to become an Amazon Influencer is rejected?




Yes, you can apply as many times as you’d like. If you get denied, don’t give up! You can polish your social media presence by posting more often and then check again. Sometimes, it’s just luck.



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