I don't seem to be able to sell anything on eBay or Amazon. Is their anything I can do to promote
my adverts. Any advice will be appreciated.
The eBay program is being phased out so there is no point adding eBay ads now.
Check to make sure your Amazon account is correctly set up, just to be on the safe side.
I can see you're making two mistakes.
One is to put your Amazon ads at the end of the Hub. Experience has shown they don't make sales at the end of the Hub - a lot of readers won't read that far! You need to put them in the middle somewhere, at a point where they're relevant.
With some ads, I can see you're doing the right thing in explaining why you recommend the product. Those stand a much better chance of making a sale if you put them in the right place - and the right place is where you mention that type of product in the text. With others, you're just sticking them in without any explanation - that wont work.
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