Having just had an awesome week where one of my hubs has earnt me well over $100 in sales commissions I'd love to ask about others successes- what's your best experiences to date through advertising and sales?
I second what Will said. Your post may have well said "Hey, can you figure out which Hub of mine is earning like crazy, and then cut in on my niche market?"
I've been here over a year and still haven't taken the time to figure out what individual hubs earn. How do you do that? I've been wanting to know which hubs are getting those eBay sales. Google Analytics?
I have to agree with Will and relache on this one. There were multiple people that started this type of discussion when I was in the AP program, and ultimately, any time I added in my input, someone took one of my ideas.
It's hard to say an exact number because the tracking on Amazon is imprecise, but I'd say my best hub probably earned me 3000 bucks over a few years. Not earning much anymore, though: its time has come and gone.
Almost all of my hubs earn well over $1000 dollars.
But thats dollars in Zambian dollars
I don't write sales hubs, I'd be rubbish at them. It's a skill I'd like to obtain, but I fear the "sales talk" as the language is alien to me and it'd feel awkward to be typing it.
I also know nothing about anything people could possibly be wanting to buy as I live a minimalist life without belongings..... I've never touched/had/used a PS, XBox, smartphone, console, gadget ... nor watched films or read books.
So, I'd be useless at it
Having to research, then write a convincing reason why something I've never seen is so great
I see the OP is a sports/fitness enthusiast... I've never seen the inside of a gym (nor do I intend to!). My interpretation of the word "sport" = getting to the fridge as fast as I can. "Fitness" is how many pies I can carry home in a bag from the shop door to the car.
by OregonWino 8 years ago
So I had decided not to put any more Amazon modules on my hubs as I was not seeing any sales etc from them...then I login today for the first time ina couple of weeks and I had sold a chainsaw and a bunch of romance novels....what the heck? Hehe, none of my hubs have anything to do with...
by Nelle Hoxie 7 years ago
I honestly can't believe it. But I've checked my spreadsheet half a dozen times. Yes, I just hit the $1,000 threshold for November. (There could be an Amazon return or two tommorrow which will ruin the fun, but for now I'm enjoying the digits.)I'm only running, Amazon, Ebay, and Adsense on hubs...
by Dan Harmon 6 years ago
Of course it was one written just a month ago, that I didn't particularly like. It made Hub of the Day a couple days ago and that's probably what kicked it up. What a crazy world it is!
by Rajinder Soni 9 years ago
I am really happy to see that one of my hub has hit 100 for the first time at hubpages.It is also displayed in the second place in BEST HUBS page.I never saw this before, as maximum number for my hubs was 99, not 100 before this event.
by LetitiaFT 6 years ago
I have: 10 hubs 30 highly pertinent Amazon products (3 per hub on average)1300 page views427 unique visitors and many returning visitors1:18 min average page durationBUT ONLY 1 AMAZON CLICK, which I got the day I signed up!What's going on?
by thisisoli 8 years ago
Congratulations to Sunforged for making it to his first 100 hundred hubs, one hell of an achievement!
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