It is obvious from the Amazon Influencer Program application page that “all types of influencers” are eligible to apply. Given that, they are currently considering the following while reviewing your application:
- You have an account on YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook. Your account(s) have a respectable amount of followers, and your engagement numbers are respectable (s)
- You must give Amazon permission to view your social media profiles as part of the application process, so if your fans aren’t engaging with you as expected, Amazon will be able to tell rather fast.
In general, Amazon works with individuals who have a history of promoting products on social media. In other words, Amazon seeks out individuals who produce high-quality content and already have a sizable social media following.
Qualification for Amazon influencer program:
Amazon offers two distinct programmes: Amazon Influencer and Amazon Associate. Anyone may register to become an Amazon Associate, but it takes more work to become an Amazon Influencer. Either you’ll apply to become an Amazon influencer or you’ll receive an invitation. You must maintain an active Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or YouTube account in order to be eligible for the Amazon influencer programme. Amazon looks at your following, interaction level, and the stuff you post. There is no minimum follower requirement listed in Amazon’s qualifications for influencers. Simply said, they will analyse your platform if you have an active and expanding social media account. There is universal consensus that there should be at least 200 followers in the “Nano-influencer” category, however some claim there should be 20,000 or more. While some brands focus on your follower count, others pay more attention to your interaction rate. To be paid, you need between 1,000 and 1,000,000 followers. If your audience is not responding to the stuff you offer, it is pointless.