First you should enroll in the affiliate programs.
Second, make sure your product choices closely match what you are talking about. For example, pyromania as a related disorder to anorexia should NOT be offering Def Leppard's Pyromania record album for sale.
I am still learning in the revenue area. The earning report sometimes shows amazon pending or ebay, however nothing ever comes from it. For me the google ads are all that ever produce revenue so far. I am a new hubber so I just need to do a better job.
Even when you're doing everything right, it takes a lot of patience and a lot of hubs to start bringing in a nice revenue. Hubs earn over time, meaning months and even years before you can make regular payouts. I still don't get monthly payouts consistently after 2 years and 73 hubs. Patience is the key to success (unless you hit the jackpot with a viral hub, get a bunch of shares on FB, or get some big Amazon or eBay sales). I wish you blessings and lots of luck. You have a nice niche so you'll be fine.
First off, your hubs have factual errors which will send readers running for the hills. Second, your hubs have huge grammar and spelling errors. PROOFREAD. You will not make money here by publishing content that is factually incorrect and covered in grammatical errors.
All of your hubs need to contain as much information as the one on camel milk and cancer. If you are going to add an Amazon or Ebay product, it should be related. A red bike frame just will not do.
You have chosen a field in which there is heavy and good competition. Unless you write good factual hubs (and probably over 100 of them, without errors) you are not going to have good ranking in the search engines.
If you do not have good ranking in the search engines (first page), you will have poor traffic and will not make an adequate income here.
Even if you do wait for a year.
by Dr. John Anderson3 years ago
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by Liz Elias9 months ago
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by dtr2 years ago
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by Gemini Fox2 years ago
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by Bill Yovino5 years ago
I'd love to see the ability to create an Amazon or Text Master capsule that could be added to all of my hubs without having to duplicate the coding. You would be able to change the master Capsule and all Hubs using it...
by Toni5 months ago
Just wondering how people are doing. My other account gets a payout every 2-3 months.
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