By: Gigaom
February 24, 2012 at 14:27 PM EST
Google scales back e-book affiliates program, drops some users
When Google launched the program, retailers, bloggers, book publishers and other website owners earned referral fees ranging from 6 to 10 percent of a book’s selling price, depending on the number of sales referred. That was a higher rate than the one offered through Amazon’s referral program...

When Google launched the program, it was available to“retailers, bloggers, book publishers and other website owners.” They earned referral fees ranging from 6 to 10 percent of a book’s selling price, depending on the number of sales referred. That was a higher rate than the one offered through Amazon’s referral program, Amazon (NSDQ: AMZN) Associates.

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