On June 16th 2014 I had the highest earnings ever on my Amazon account! Wow! Amazon earnings rock!
My eBay earnings have historically outperformed Amazon. I know eBay changed their formula for partnership revenue but I have remained loyal up to this point. My hubs are gonna be changing! This is a game changer - thank you Amazon!
It does make for a boost to the earnings. Pleased to hear it is working well for you.
I have never put Amazon capsules in my hubs. I try to put one eBay capsule in each one and have never earned a cent. What am I doing wrong?
Ok, I just added a few Amazon capsules to two hubs. Does 2 per hub sound about right?
HubPages is great in that they will tell you if you have too many. The key is in the subtlety and the placement.If the content matches, this is where Google is pleased, the readers are pleased and the results follow. It took me a long time to 1.) recognize this even though Wrylilt has written about this extensively and 2.) to get it to show results.
I too have been pleasantly surprised and switched from eBay to Amazon almost exclusively. For a long time Amazon was not available in Illinois, but that was overturned and I've been enjoying far better earnings with Amazon in a shorter amount of time than I ever did with eBay, even when their program was better.
I earned $7.00 in one day a few months back. Unfortunately, I've earned nothing since.
I might be reading too much into the statements about switching, as I'm 3 days new, and only just put my first ebay capsule in a hub (not even accepted yet, but it actually did directly pertain to my content).
Is it bad form to put both into one hub?
I guess I should apply for amazon, too....doesn't look like there'd be any reason to wait?
by Bev G 4 weeks ago
We have another thread connected to this, but no-one from the staff side has responded. The recent changes in the structure of Amazon commission seem to have had a detrimental affect. While the number of sales has not decreased, earnings have halved this month.89 shipped sales (103 total sales so...
by Paul Edmondson 4 years ago
We are going to increase Amazon earnings for most of you! Amazon is becoming part of the HP Earnings program. In early November folks will have the opportunity to switch to get paid their Amazon earnings through the HP Earnings program. For new Hubbers, this will greatly simplify...
by Sally Gulbrandsen 19 months ago
Never thought I would see my Amazon daily earnings being greater than my HubPages earnings!
by American_Choices 6 years ago
I earn money from HubPages and I am now earning money even on eBay but my Amazon earnings are nil.Why do I even have Amazon capsules?Is there something I can do about this lack of revenue?My articles are well suited to many Amazon books but I am not placing the capsules because there is no monetary...
by John Coviello 5 weeks ago
I see that the Amazon earnings are now based on some kind of new sharing protocol. Can anyone please explain this new Amazon earnings program to me? Thanks!
by Sondra Rochelle 7 months ago
I am wondering if anybody else has noticed a good sized drop in Amazon earnings this month. I'm usually at 3 figure per month, but this month it's possible I won't even make payout. Something doesn't seem right here. Anybody?
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