I think its stupid that your hub is likely to be unpublished if you have to many amazon offers on it when amazon says to put 7 or more to increase your chances of people buying stuff.
Why don't you just add more original text? Then it will be fine.
I would say that none of my hubs, expect the ones aimed solely at Amazon products have 7 ads. The hubs where I sell the most from Amazon have 4 or fewer Amazon ads. They sell because they are directly related to the hub. For example, I sell a lot of DVDs from my Fred Astaire/Ginger Rogers hub.
I'm sorry,but I'm new at this and i don't understand what you mean?
HP insist on 50 words of original content per product you advertise. Basically if you want to have 7 adverts (either Amazon or ebay) you will need to write a minimum of 350 words of original text and then it will be fine. If you want 8 products 400 words, 9 products 450 etc.
Quote from the Learning Centre:
"Every Product Needs 50 Words of Original Text
In order to maintain a standard of high quality, HubPages requires that every Hub contain 50 words per Amazon or eBay product, e.g., if you have three related Amazon products in your Hub, you need 150 original words. Hubs that fall below this threshold will be moderated and need to be updated before they can be republished."
For every 50 words you can add 1 amazon capsule. That is the Hubpages rule. So for 7 Amazon capsules you need to write 350 words. Google prefers you to write at least 500 words for them to rate you higher on the search engine though
Yes you are correct misty. that is what I thought I had said lol but I see I did write capsule
really that's cool i didn't know I just seen where amazon said to ad 7 or more.
by Person of Interest 3 years ago
http://hubpages.com/my/hubs/stats?categ … ule=AmazonFolks, we really need to make a concerted effort to delete (or at least not display) those Amazon capsules we know to be in violation of QAP.The above link will hopefully help.
by Luis E Gonzalez 5 years ago
I think that HP should discontinue Ebay capsules. The earnings are pitiful at best. Instead of Ebay I am sure that HP could use another advertiser/provider in its place.
by Gavino Berardesco 4 years ago
I don't know if I'm in the right place here but I'll give it a shot. I just got my first hub published and would like to know how I can make it better and what's the best way to monetize it for multiple earning streams?How can I best utilize eBay and Amazon? I really want to learn the right way....
by robredman 2 years ago
I am writing hubs about "worst horror movies"Basically, what I am suggesting people is "not to watch a list of movies" in the hubs.So whoever read the hub is not going to watch or buy the movies I criticize about.So in the hub, I can not show a movie blue ray disk ad from Amazon...
by James M Becher 3 years ago
I have 4 hubs that are unfeatured, and no matter how I try imporving them, they remain unfeatured. Some of them are high scorers: One of them scored 88 today and yet it is still unfeatured. I can't understand this. Can anyone clue me in.
by victor3 6 years ago
What is the best way to put amazon and ebay capsules?
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