Much to my surprise, I've made my first Amazon sale just after the changes to Squidoo style ads. My hubs are not really aimed at sales, and only generate a few clicks. Following the change to Squidoo style ads this week, there was a click, which has now resulted in a sale. The commission is a nice boost, and very welcome.
Like many people, I didn't think the change would be a good thing. One ad had to be removed as the new format distorted the product image. But hey, two days later, the balance on my account was up. On investigation, I found a product had been shipped.
Let's hope this is the start of a new trend for everyone. Hats off to HP for trying something new.
by anweshablogs2 years ago
Earnings in Hubpages are related to sales that have been made through ads displayed in our articles. The Ad programs, Hubpages and we, the authors are all waiting that purchase to take place. But as a newbie in this...
by Andrew Orrell3 years ago
So last week I switched to the new Hubpages Amazon option. I keep seeing the message that Hubbers are already earning 8.5% from Amazon sales. Yesterday I made my first sale so I went to have a look at it and to my...
by Keith Schroeder5 months ago
Amazon changed their affiliate program yesterday by cutting the payout for most affiliates by half or more. Has HubPages addressed how these changes will affect content providers here?
by Susana S7 years ago
I sold a big item on Amazon at the beginning of last month, but it still hasn't been credited to my account. I know I have to wait for the item to be shipped but it's in stock so I can't think why it wouldn't have been...
by Rosie Rose6 years ago
I just got my very first sale at Amazon and earned 40 cents! Yippee!!!!!I'm so excited, I just can't hideI'm about to lose control and I think I like itMerry Christmas everyone!Rosie
by Jule Romans7 years ago
Why should you even read or respond to this post???? I know NOTHING!!!! I have earned almost nothing -- If I want to earn more, I need to publish lots of articles, frame them as product reviews, and use keyword...
Copyright © 2017 HubPages Inc. and respective owners.
Other product and company names shown may be trademarks of their respective owners.
HubPages® is a registered Service Mark of HubPages, Inc.
HubPages and Hubbers (authors) may earn revenue on this page based on affiliate relationships and advertisements with partners including Amazon, Google, and others.