I'm thinking of adding Amazon.com capsules to my hubs. Is anybody making money doing this, or am I wasting my time? Please respond ASAP.
If you hand pick your items and place the capsules in good places, you should be able to make good money at them. It will also depend on the topics and what items you put in the hub. It is very important to make sure that the products are relevant to your topics.
There are several threads about making money with amazon capsules; I would definitely do a search on the forums for them.
I make money with them but I do pick the items carefully as Whitney says...
I make small dribbles of amazon cash here at hubpages, but I make a bit more elsewhere on my blogs and squidoo lenses and other sites and stuff.
What might work better is if we had a spotlight type amazon module or at least something that we can add a description to separate from our main article, to the amazon product you want to recieve an affiliate commission from. This small module description could include additional relevant keyword phrases to target or spotlight the product more!
Now that the Amazon capsule lets you add your own descriptions for products, you can do this by picking just one product per capsule. You can also feature a single product and use a text capsule to highlight or describe it as much as you want.
by Reynolds_Writing 10 years ago
I am getting lots of clicks, but have only had 1 sale. I've tried posting fewer items. Have also added "pre-sell" text. Is this worth my time?? Looking for advice. Thanks.
by Sarah 7 years ago
I don't think I ever set up Amazon right. I have not made a single cent in the 2 months I've...been here, is this normal? I have through Adsense, so I'm wondering what I've done wrong with Amazon?
by sannyasinman 9 years ago
I have never earned a cent from Amazon in 4 months. Not a single cent. Also I see conflicting advice from the experts here, some say dispense with Amazon altogether, others seem to make money from Amazon. So, just before I go and delete the Amazon capsules from all of my hubs, I thought I would at...
by eculligan 8 years ago
I can see contextual advertising being a source of income but wouldn't think that hubs would be making a lot of revenue from ebay and amazon. If people are really making money then perhaps I'll give it a try.
by benbaligad 6 years ago
Newbie here. I have just written my first hub. Before I continue, I want to put ads in place. I started with Amazon. I got the affiliate code and it looks to me that it is in place properly. I got the affiliate code, put it in place. It says it is active. ...
by Melanie Palen 8 years ago
I have a hub that isn't really an adsense earner because of the topic, but I have a lot of products I'm showing for the purpose of earning with Amazon, is it best to have a picture of one of the products up at the top where the first adsense ad shows (top right). Currently I have that big adsense...
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