Some people prefer to buy from eBay while others prefer to deal with Amazon, so my question is as follows: is it a good idea to feature the same item in both eBay and Amazon capsules within the same hub in order to appeal to people's preferences? I would love to hear from hubbers who do this or who have done so in the past.
I do this on my DVD review blog: I show the product on Amazon and the product on eBay, and leave it to the reader to choose their preference. I think it's a good idea.
by b opinionated8 years ago
Hey! I was just wondering if anyone knew how to earn money through amazon and ebay. I supplied my affilliate I D or publisher I D and have nothing to show for it at all. Any one know whats going on or why I am seeing no...
by Mary McShane20 months ago
I just got this email. Is terminating your account normal if you don't have any sales or referrals in 90 days????Hello,Thanks again for joining the Amazon Associates program. We’re reaching out to you because we...
by James Paterson8 years ago
In many previous forum posts there have been people who have given up hope with their Ebay and Amazon capsules on their hubpages, because they don't earn any money from them, some have even removed the capsules from...
by Appletreedeals6 years ago
what are your thoughts about using both ebay and amazon capsules in a sales hub for price comparisons?or should a hub focus on one or the other, not both?for example:a descriptive text capsule followed by side-by-side...
by Paula Atwell21 months ago
Is there a balance of Amazon products on a page that makes a hub overly promotional? Or is it dependent on the individual hub (over and beyond the 50 words per product)?
by Sally Gulbrandsen11 months ago
Why is it that excessive links to Amazon products seem to be permitted when they are added to the body of hub rather than as a Module on the side? In my naivety, I did not realise that this was permitted. ...
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