... and couldn't help worry about how the size of the ads may affect the eyesight of our dear readers. -_-
Just a thought.
And another one is this. If it's bigger, there is a chance that it'll be noticed enough to be clicked upon, and hopefully income from Amazon will
rise proportionally as well. Logical, yes?
I wouldn't mind the image being a tad bigger, but I've not had any problems with Amazon sales on appropriate hubs.
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