Amazon Affiliate Earnings October 2016
Every month I recap my Amazon Affiliate earnings. I have a few niche websites with monetized content out there but only one has a lot of traffic and makes enough money to pay a bill or two. This recap of October is super late. I’ve had a lot on my plate in November. I was also a little deflated about how sales are going in November. I’m on par with an upward trajectory, but I won’t hit over $500 like I did in September.
Amazon Affiliate Earnings
On September 5th someone bought “40” $50.00 Amazon Gift Cards. That was a nice lift to my monthly income in September, but October dropped back down to $311.73.
That’s all for now. I’ll have a November recap soon. Come back and check that out.
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