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Welcome To Our Affiliate Program!


Thank you for your interest in becoming an affiliate for Golden Prairie Press/AmyPuetz.com. It is free to join our affiliate program! Below you will find the information about the program and how to sign up.

How Does It Work?
When you join our affiliate program, you will be supplied with banners and links to place on your site. When a user clicks on one of your links, they will be directed to AmyPuetz.com and their activity will be tracked by our affiliate software. You will earn a 15% commission on each sale made. With an easy to use interface, you will be notified immediately when an order has been approved.

Program Details     

Commission Type 15% for each sale you deliver
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Payout Requirements                  
$25.00 USD - Minimum balance required for payout.
Payout Duration Payments are made quarterly (via PayPal), for the previous quarter.

 

 

 

 

A Personal Note from Amy Puetz
I know many of you have recommended my books and I’m so excited about offering an affiliate program that will make it possible for you to make a sales commission on those recommendations. This is my way of saying "thank you" for helping promoting my books. If you are not familiar with my books, I would suggest you learn more about them before promoting them to others. I want only referral partners who have used my products and can honestly tell others how much they love them. It is so much easier to promote products you have used and enjoyed. Moreover, your audience will appreciate your firsthand experience and thoughts.


Become an Affiliate
When you sign up to become our affiliate, we require that you to accept our affiliate terms and conditions. That way, we are all on the same page. We pay sales commissions quarterly and only on completed sales, minus any returns (which are rare).
Click on the link below to get started.
www.AmyPuetz.com/Affiliates

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