I have been an affiliate of the Amazon Associate for the Last one year and I am getting little in any success from Amazon. So am Just Wondering aloud Is Amazon worth it ?
Only if you write review/sale/product/how-to hubs.
Information hubs don't sell because people are looking for answers, not products.
in some way, yes. but you need a convincing power so that they will click the products and buy it
In all truth, I've found Amazon Associates to earn next to nothing.
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