While I’ve copied in their language below, I in my non legal opinion decipher it to mean that you just’ll be paid a pretty good rate if you happen to link at once to a product and the client buys that product or a product in an identical class. Further, if you sell over a undeniable threshold your fee rate goes up whoopy!. However, for purchases that are not in the same class as the link your consumer clicked on you then are going to a considerably lower commission rate in the 1. 5% range. Finally, if you employ a link to search effects or a link to a category or brand based touchdown page, and not a “Product Details” page the direct product deep link then you also won’t qualify for the higher of the commissions.
Standard Program Fees may vary dependent on no matter if a Qualifying Purchase occurs from a client making a Direct Qualifying Purchase or an Indirect Qualifying Purchase and in response to the quantity of Qualifying Revenues for a Product Category. A “Direct Qualifying Purchase” means a Qualifying Purchase of a Product in the same Product Category as the Product detail page associated with from the Special Link that led to that Qualifying Purchase. An “Indirect Qualifying Purchase” means a Qualifying Purchase of a Product in a different Product Category than the Product detail page linked to from the Special Link that resulted in that Qualifying Purchase. If a Special Link does not link to a Product detail page, then any resulting Qualifying Purchase could be an Indirect Qualifying Purchase. “Product Category” means the product category of the Product described in the tables below, as determined by us.
We will verify the classification of Products in each category defined in the Agreement. – EU Fee Statement Appendix First was my inbox. I are likely to save any email that can be useful at a later date. No clue why I theory the notices from Amazon about “Change to the Amazon Associates Program” or “Amazon Associates: Important Program Update” were critical to note but for some reason, I saved over 40 of them. These emails often came a week or so before a transformation in the Operating Agreement, which comprises the breakdown of “Advertising Fees” aka affiliate commissions and mentioned the date that the hot terms would go into effect.
With these emails, I began charting out an approximate timeline of when the Associates Program had a change.