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Is Amazon like Google where it just takes someone clicking your links to create activity in your Amazon account or do they need to purchase the product?
With Amazon, they'll show you the total clicks, but you don't earn anything unless a purchase is made, and the item is not returned later.
I have been with Hubpages for three months and is advertising on Amazon, ebay and Google Adsense for Content. I have only been earning for the text in Google Adsense. I have to verify the bank to get payments that Amazon claim they have in earnings. Is there any sucessful Hubber who is doing well with the ebay and amazon. I understand the earnings for text with Google Adsense.
My Amazon and eBay earnings from HubPages lag far, far behind my Adsense earnings.
I used to include both Amazon and eBay capsules on all Hubs because I felt they added colour. I don't do that so much now. Every reader has to make a choice of how to leave my Hub once they've read it - if I show a colourful Amazon ad, they might exit that way (and probably not buy anything), and I'd prefer them to exit by clicking on an Adsense ad.
Embitca has done well with eBay on her Hubs. She achieves it by writing a Hub about a specific type of product, then featuring that product in the eBay capsule. Take a look at a few of her (excellent) Hubs and you'll see what I mean.
Actually, that's the only way to make sales with these capsules - the items featured must be very closely related to the Hub content, otherwise there's no point.
by Paul Edmondson4 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...
by MacPharlain3 years ago
I'm trying to sign up for the earnings programs and can't because I don't have a Google AdSense account. I applied for one a few days ago but was rejected due to "insufficient content". (My account...
by Ignacio de la Fuente5 weeks ago
Hello, a few days ago my Google AdSense account was accepted, but I was not seeing any earnings(although both in HubPages and Adsense it says that I have had about 100 views), so I activated my Ad Program too. My...
by Laura Schneider4 years ago
I've earned only $3.11 since I set up the eBay program, in contrast with a couple hundred from the Adsense program during the same timeframe. (1) is something set up wrong somewhere? If not, (2) can I opt-out of the...
by Uzochukw Mike12 days ago
I discovered am earning very little on Google Adsense than what I earn on Hubpages Ad Program. This makes me think that my earnings on my Adsense with report on other of my websites other than Hubpages has something am...
by LeighMC4 years ago
Hello hubbers.I am trying to get started with the Amazon Associate program, and have been rejected because I don't yet have enough content or followers.I currently have 10 featured hubs, and am busy with 11 and 12...
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