Congrats! One of my favorite parts of the day is when I go look to check my Amazon sales.
I sold 12 items total last month, which totaled up to $15.37 for me.
One of the funniest items that I've sold 3 of is the ManGroomer, which is a product that helps guys shave their back by themselves. They have all been purchased through this Hub (which was a HubMob Hub):
Me, too! It has gotten to the point where I'm getting 1-2 Amazon sales a day and it's super exciting. Even if I only earn a few cents from a few of the sales (books). I wish it updated in real-time. Although maybe that's a good thing, because then I'd feel compelled to check it more than once a day.
Last month, I sold 36 items and earned $40-something. One laptop ($25), a few dvd sets and 25 Amazon Video Downloads for the show Weeds. Other stuff included a cheap digital camera, pink tennis balls, books (that earn me around a penny lol) and some memory cards.
I've earned about $30 of the $40+ dollars from stuff featured in my hubs, the other $15 is from items that the browser bought after clicking on one of my links (totally un-related items!). It's so interesting to see what some people buy. I love it.
I am going to go back and put recipe books in all my recipe/dieting hubs because even if I only earn a penny or two from a book sale, it does help increase my number of items sold which increases the percentage rate each month. Back down to 4% this month.
Congrats! I made .24 cents off my first sale lol. $5.00 from my second sale and $1.01 off of my last (and final sale, thus far)...
The funny thing is, I only featured one of the items that made me money. The other two items were random things that the clickers must've found after visiting amazon from my links in my hubs. I got credited because the cookie was still in their browser history.
Making sales on amazon is fun...just wish it happened more frequently!
You've got to sell more expensive things if you want to make real money with Amazon on your hubs. Believe me, I'm an expert on this. Because I don't have an Adsense account I have focused solely on making maximum Amazon sales through my hubs. I consider myself to be the number one expert on Amazon and Hubpages revenue in the world.
.24 cents! Not impressive, but now I know that the amazon capsules can work for me. It was for a book, entitled: "Hooking Up". lolAnyways,after 209 amazon views, it's nice to finally earn something!I'm assuming it'll be quite sometime before I reach the $10.00 threshold at this rate.
Hi hubbers, I made my very first Amazon sale two days ago and you can guess how I feel right now. I know there are hubbers who make several sales a day, but this is a very big milestone to me worth sharing. This is a big boost on earnings and now I have all the reasons to get back hubbing. Thank...
I've had plenty of clicks through Amazon, but no sales until now. I've even had Adsense clicks on my product hubs, but no Amazon sales.Anyway, I earned $1 on Amazon from a pair of shoes that somebody purchased! As you can see, I'm pretty excited! Just wanted to share. I was...
So, ok it's only a couple of bucks, but so what...I'm still really new at this! It was from my women's plus size pajamas hub. I guess every beginner feels like this when they make their first sale, like wow I guess I did something right! BTW - thanks to darkside, relache, sunforged, and many other...
At last! I have finally had my first Amazon sale. It took 384 click but I'm finally there, my conversion rate is now 0.26! Yay.Weirdly the first item I sold has nothing to do with the items I have put on my Hubs, but I'm not complaining. A sale is a sale.
Wow wow wow! I just love getting emails from hubpages! I was gobsmacked when I got my payment from hubpages today and it state $758.17! I thought it was a mistake so I went into my earnings pages and discovered eBay has been very good to me this month!! I'm yet to earn from amazon but hubpages...
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