Do The Things You have for sale from Amazon have to match the subject of your hub
Do you have to list items from Amazon that match your hub or can you list what you want?
Strictly speaking, the amazon products listed on an individual hub do not specifically need to be "matching" the content of the hub.
You will find, though, that your revenue will be better if the hub is somewhat related to the product being offered.
At least that is my experience.
I agree with BaliMermaid in that it helps to have them more closely match what the Hub's context is about. However, there are no rules or specifics for what you display, so bottom line is, its up to you.
by James Paterson9 years ago
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by Bronwyn Joy Ellio5 months ago
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by Will Apse2 years ago
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by yeagerinvestments4 years ago
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by tthudium7 years ago
How long did it take you to get your first amazon sale. I am hoping to make money from amazon. What hub was it, I would like to check it out. Thanks for posting!
by Lgali8 years ago
Wow $3.56 from my first amazon sale -party time
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