With 1000 Amazons Clicks With No Sales, If I Remove Amazons Ads, Would My Adsens

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  1. ngureco profile image81
    ngurecoposted 8 years ago

    With 1000 Amazons Clicks With No Sales, If I Remove Amazons Ads, Would My Adsense Clicks Increase?

  2. michifus profile image81
    michifusposted 8 years ago

    If you have had 1000 Amazon click and no sales, I'd consider switching to E-bay.

    However why not try it on your most popular hubs, where you are getting the most traffic. Its the easiest way to test it out without going through all 189. If it works with your test hubs, then start to change them all.

    With regards to Adsense, if 1000 people are leaving your hub via a link (rather than just closing the browser or clicking Adsense, there is some logic to the fact that Amazon is stopping you making money. Again, try taking Amazon off a small number of your hubs and see if your Adsense revenue increases.

    Don't expect miracles in the first week or so, but see how it goes.

  3. suny51 profile image54
    suny51posted 8 years ago

    I do agree with mishifus.Try it on fewer hubs and just see if the things change,and yes what I feel is people prefer their own selected ones to do the shopping.

  4. profile image0
    El Rayposted 8 years ago

    You really need to take a closer look at the following items to before you make any changes in links:

    (1) how well does the Amazon product(s) you're promoting perform ? If there's a better seller in the same category by a different seller, mfg., etc. - the answer may be to just switch products. Keep in mind that conversion ratios for Amazon affiliates on avg. is on the low side - in the 2% - 6% range;

    (2) what's the daily/monthly search volume for the primary keyword you're targeting, how many competing pages are there in Google (that are targeting those keywords) and where does your page rank in the search results? Focusing on buying keywords and better optimizing your page/getting more backlinks/getting more traffic from other sources can improve your results; and

    (3) what is the CPC (cost per click) for your primary keyword? If we're talking about a keyword with a low cost per click and you're not generating a lot of traffic, you probably won't generate enough Adsense revenue to make the switch worth your while.

    I hope this helps you.

  5. forlan profile image57
    forlanposted 8 years ago

    No, I am not sure. Adsense and Amazon is very different. I suggest you still use Amazon because you can get more money.

  6. samman profile image60
    sammanposted 8 years ago

    I think you have to cross test the two. And consider ebay too.

  7. linky2010 profile image59
    linky2010posted 8 years ago

    That is the difference between affiliate marketing and adsense. You don't earn with affiliate ads until someone buys their product. Unlike with AdSense, you are paid at the click of an Ad.

    Well if you remove your amazon ads, your reader might be presented with a little option on which link to click. Well, it might increase or it might not, we really can't tell, everything is based on experiments. Ty it!

  8. buzzbucks profile image39
    buzzbucksposted 8 years ago

    Yes if you remove Amazons ads then your Adsense Clicks Increase.because the traffice will divert to your Google adsense ads.So that you can make more money.But you should have Good keywords on your hubs.So in this way you can make good income.

  9. Roffi Grandiosa profile image57
    Roffi Grandiosaposted 7 years ago

    don't remove amazon ads. It is a potential income. Just don't overcrowd amazon ads on your page. Make a balance of content versus with every ad you place, so you don't get cluttered page. Cluttered pages with ads everywhere will drive people away..


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