How to Get an Amazon Affiliate to Write Your Resume
article An Amazon Affiliates job listing for freelance writer Kate B. has been removed after an investigation into its use of the word “freelancing.”
BellaSue, an Amazon affiliate, listed Kate as a freelance writer.
This is a common phrase used by many freelancers in order to get paid.
However, a review by TechCrunch found that it was actually B. writing the resume.
This could have been a violation of the terms of service.
This led to the removal of the listing.
The same can happen with other Amazon affiliate terms that can be found on their listings, such as “sponsored” and “paid.”
However, the terms do not appear on the listings themselves.
This means that the terms are meant to be used only in writing and not to be written on the company’s site.
This means that in order for a company to claim a “freelist,” it has to first request that a specific word be removed.
However, this does not appear to be the case for B.
The removal of this listing does not mean that Amazon is not allowing the word to be applied to her resume.
The company still uses it as a placeholder.
However this does make it seem like they have no idea what the word means, which is understandable since the word is so often used.