I am a registered amazon affiliate member and have successfully displayed amazon products in some of my hubs in hubpages about 2 months ago. Yes- I am so happy in the task of publishing hubs and displaying amazon products in them- except in one aspect: I have yet to see my amazon account that somebody has purchased an item from among the products displayed in my hubs. In other words. nobody has bought an article from my display. Therefore, furnish me effective tips and advice directed to the fulfillment of this elusive dream. I'll be waiting for them.
Pick a specific product, write a review about the product and display only that product. You may want to do a comparison of products also.
It took me around about 6 months to make my first sale with amazon and have since seen a few more. I find that the hardest part is to get people through the 'door' (to click on the ads). When I was getting about 10 clicks a day I was seeing 1 in 50 actually buy, I have seen a drop in that traffic through the door so of course the sales are slow. My advice would be to write as many hubs as you can think of geared toward selling something so as to increase the chances of getting people through the door in the first place. I personally am of the opinion that I need to keep writing those hubs, the ones selling based on trends and holidays as well as those that should sell year round. If one doesn't sell right away just write another one and hopefully the non-selling ones will pick up at some point, like a fine wine that is made better with age
by paradigmsearch2 years ago
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