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I was pleasantly surprised to get about $60 from my Amazon account last week, but I couldn't find anywhere to understand how this amount was calculated.

Is there anyway to get good analytics on my Amazon associate account? I'd like to know Which items have I earned money on and when.

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  1. Go to the Amazon Associate login page
  2. Login into the site with your Amazon account
  3. The sidebar on the right displays your Earning summary. Select a date range, e.g. Quarter to Date, then click of view full reports
  4. You can choose among different report types to detect which items have been purchased and your commission.
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Thanks, somehow I missed the reports tab. There are too many menus on the page. – OmerGertel Oct 5 '10 at 10:33

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