In reviewing all of my hubs since the beginning of the year, I realized my Amazon product placement is lacking. I added products appropriately and in a way not to drive the hubs down, but still feel I am missing out on the lucrative Amazon dollar.
So, I had an idea to do a review of a few products made by a company. They are all similar in nature, so I figured one hub would be better that separate hubs.
So which is better? Single hub or multiple hubs? If it's one hub, then it would have a few Amazon links. If single hubs, then only one link.
Also, would "Review of Product A" and "Review of Product B" be sufficient titles? Or should I have something a bit more unique?
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by Jackie Grant5 months ago
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by David 4707 years ago
When someone clicks on a product link, do they have to buy that specific item for you to get a commission, or can it be anything they buy on the site through that link?
by Rahul Parashar3 years ago
I can only use the keyword method, but haven't got hang off the specific products method. A step by step procedure will be really appreciated.
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