With so much bad stuff going on with Google and sales, something going right actually stands out!
I made a post in one of my new sites about a specific Panasonic vacuum. Today I see someone ordered that through Amazon. It had to have come from that post, it was the same one. Pricey too.
You know things are not going well when you notice things going right as unusual.
Good for you, Bill. I have to say that while I have had effects from the Google change, my Amazon sales have not suffered.
Hubpages traffic has been steady since the change, but at a lower level. My Squidoo traffic was completely unaffected. The real effect for me has been on eBay, but I have a potential solution for that. Hope that you see more sales of this product.
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