Where Should Amazon Ads Be Placed for best Results? Full page, or to the right side? Highlighted or not highlighted? What gives you the best results? This query is for those who are really making money off Amazon.
In my experience, it's not about how many ads or where the placement is, it's all about your content and how well you can get the readers to listen to you and trust you. Writing for Amazon is quite different than writing for Adsense.
by Juliette Kando24 months ago
I know we are all here to make some money, but having 10 ads on a page slows down loading time to such an extent that readers just don't have the patience to wait for a page to load. So they click away without...
by timax556 years ago
i made a hub about paying social networks but i could not found ads on my hub i have not google adsense account but amazon assocites & kontera acoount are active but there is not such ads.
by Keith Ham4 years ago
I've never generated a cent from these two programs and they've also never really worked properly. Constantly my adsense claims its active then I'm not approved, then it just mucks up everything. I'm not making any...
by Sally Gulbrandsen14 months ago
Are Amazon and E-Bay Ads no longer permissible on the new Niche Sites, I have not seen any and I keep on hearing that Ads have been snipped from Hubs before articles were moved. If so, is the pay...
by Stacie L18 months ago
I received a notice about being charged to keep my Amazon affiliate program active if I have no sales in 90 days. I'm sure others share this issue. Since I agreed to use Amazon under Hubpages program ID, I do earn more...
by Liz Elias5 years ago
Well, I've done a fair amount of research on my own, not necessarily understanding all of it, and I've read several articles by fellow hubbers that explain things more simply, still requiring me to bookmark the hub for...
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