If you are not getting a lot of clicks, or sales from products, whether they are from Amazon or not, is it a good idea to change products periodically?
I rarely do this. Because the item I am describing is the exact item I'm showcasing in the Amazon module. And when I write about *how to choose the best "THIS"*, I only promote what's the best product at that moment, or which I personally have used.
If you aren't getting enough clicks, it might be an issue with where your Amazon module is placed. Or, if you are talking about that product in a text, or if the product is in sync with what your article is about. If you are getting a lot of clicks and no sale, then only it might be a time to search for a different product.
Typically, I choose the best seller, ones I have used or know someone who has used the, or one with the most a lot of reviews, balancing good and bad. I spend a lot of time choosing products.
Oh. So, the visitors might have missed the module entirely. Try adding a few text links instead of modules, to see if it helps. They go with the flow and studies have shown that they get clicked on more often.
Also, products at the very far end of hubs don't convert. Since you're one of the experienced hubbers, you probably don't do this.
I check my hubs periodically and am surprised to see what products are being featured on my Ebay capsules. Some are not related at all so yes, I do have to change the products.
I usually don't go past my text. I don't end the hub and then have a string of products. Thanks neosurk.
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by Lgali 9 years ago
amazons getting clicks no sale -advice please
by Christa Dovel 8 years ago
I checked to see what people were clicking on in Amazon, and all of the clicks are non-product clicks. I have been getting the amazon code from the url of the page that shows just the product, with a description of the product -- is this correct, or should I be linking in some other manner?
by chronage 8 years ago
i recently posted in my blog about affiliate programmes but i myself have not found success with amazon, has anyone had good results?
by Sharilee Swaity 7 years ago
Last month, I got 37 clicks with no sales from Amazon. Does anyone have any wisdom about how to increase the conversion rate from Amazon? I mean, they are obviously interested enough in something to click on it, but not enough to buy. I wonder if it's a lot it being January, too.
by David Zermeño 5 years ago
I really don't know what to do...keep using Amazon capsules or change to Ebay due to the easier report in HubPages. Help would be good in this case.
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