Are sales hubs (AMAZON) for musical instruments profitable?
What's the best way to go about writing sales hubs for musicians?
Any hubbers here with success selling guitars, keyboards, other musical equipment through Amazon.com? Is it useful to try to sell bigger-ticket items like instruments through HubPages, or should I stick to less-expensive items like guitar tuners, metronomes, gig bags and carrying cases, etc.?
You an sell anything on Amazon - the real question is whether HP is the best format for it?
Not that I don't like HP - obviously I'm here - but you could create your own blog/site and do it with less distractions.
At least, that's how I've been doing it the past 2 years.
by 02SmithA 10 years ago
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by Michelle Liew 5 years ago
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