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 Kando21 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 timax555 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 Anita Hasch2 weeks ago
I just received a email about Ads that violate their agreement. One is for alcohol, I recently added a port wine ad, showing the bottle of wine, through Amazon, on my hub 'The Best Port Wine and History of Wine...
by blue parrot6 years ago
I rather like those small blue Google ads, but I have never seen a Kontera ad and don't know whether I should sign up for them. Where could I see one?
by William F Torpey2 years ago
Ads on my hub titled "Alex Kelly Rape Case: Talk About Rushing to Judgment! " have been disabled by a moderator. While I do not really care about making money on ads (I'm not even sure what ads I had on the...
by Sally Gulbrandsen16 months ago
If we turn off HubPages Ads and replace them with one Amazon Ad would our ability to earn decent money be compromised? Would we still earn from Adsense? Could someone please explain the different...
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