It’s the money that draws people into the Amazon Influencer program, but how much can you really make in it? When making that cold-hard cash, let’s talk about what’s possible and what’s not.

There Is Money To Be Made

With the number of products on Amazon and the influx of new products coming to the market daily, there is a lot of opportunity to make money through Shoppable videos.

While all products might not be best-sellers or sell at all, casting a wide net and making Amazon Shoppable videos for various products can lead to decent earnings (for a minimal amount of work).

How Much Can I Make As An Amazon Influencer?

This will depend on many factors (some of which we will talk about below), but many Influencers find themselves making a few hundred dollars within the first money, and then many get over $1,000 a month within the first six months. Some even make over $10,000 a month for the more weathered Influencers!

It Helps To Do Product Research

There is a skill to making profitable Shoppable videos. For example, reviewing seasonal items BEFORE the season arrives ensures that you will have the best chance of hitting a hot, seasonal product that sells well.

See an item trending on social media apps like TikTok or Instagram? As an Amazon influencer, I believe it can be a great product to buy and review.

Identifying upcoming trends and doing a little forecasting can help you create a solid plan that puts you in the best position to make some moolah.

video consistency is key

You can’t expect to make 100 videos and see the money pile up. Yes, you will make some money, but consistent video reviews will be important when building your Amazon Influencer Storefront.

You don’t have to get overwhelmed, but try to stay on track by doing a few video reviews every day. This will help you earn more money and build your Storefront, which can attract brands and sellers who need Influencers to create videos for their products.

Nothing Is Guaranteed

While the program is a great way to earn money, it’s not guaranteed.

Even once accepted into the program, you must create quality videos that convert views into sales. Additionally, Amazon is not required to show your videos on products, so the frequency of viewing can fluctuate.

However, consistency and making more videos are also important. The more videos you have available, the more likely they will be seen (even if some are not currently visible).

Let’s Wrap It up

With the AIP booming, there is a lot of opportunity, but there is little doubt that the success (and how much you earn) will depend on your approach to the program.

Little effort will result in little return, but there is no guarantee that big effort will always yield big returns.

It’s been the best side hustle (and most consistent) I’ve encountered yet. As always, check out my Amazon Influencer Storefront to see the types of videos I make.

NOTE: As an Amazon Affiliate and Influencer, I might make commissions on sales made via the link to my storefront above.

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