Stay Informed (and Influenced) about Black Owned Brands on Amazon

You knew I had a Amazon Storefront that included Black Owned Brands that sell products through the website, right? I mean, Amazon is the largest online retailer and some popular black owned brands are also sold on the e-commerce marketplace! However, finding products from Black Owned Businesses is not an easy task (like it is on Etsy, I'm just saying). As a Prime customer, I love, love, love, LOVE (sometimes) free, two-day shipping, music, movies, books and of course the ability to one-stop shop some of my favorite Black-owned Brands. But if Buying Black on Amazon is hard for me, it's surely hard for you.

But not no mo'!

I was participating as an Amazon Associate, an affiliate program the company offers. I get paid a commission from items on my Amazon storefront. I kinda graduated and have since become an Amazon Influencer!!!

Yay me *pop champagne🍾, throw confetti🎉*

For two years, the Amazon Influencer program has let social media influencers earn a cut of sales generated from Amazon links within YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, or Facebook. So, yes, when someone buys something I used, vetted, and linked to something I shared on social media, I get a cut of sales.