for me I earn more with adsense. Most people would say that you could earn more with adsense over amazon because amazon only pays a small like two to five cent commission for every sale when adsense can vary from one cent to about five or more dollars per ad per click depending on the advertiser and what they set their advertising budget rate too. I mean in just a few click you could see more money with adsense then you will see with almost fifty clicks with amazon and amazon is an buy only commission so clicks don't really matter with them however google pays by the click and you don't have to buy anything. You you be the judge I hope I have answered your question. Thanks for asking and keep reading also look for my new post to go up soon. Check back often you don't want to miss the information that will be in them. Have a good day and god bless.
Most months I earn more from amazon, but that is because I've been focusing more on product oriented hubs lately. The other answer from masata is incorrect on commissions from amazon.
You earn a percentage on the total amount of the product bought - from 4 - 8.5%. The more items you sell within a month the higher commission rate you get (though some items such as electronics are capped at 4%). So if the product retails at $100, you will get between $4 - $8.50 depending on how many other items you've sold.
My experience is that you get more from amazon per 1000 visitors than from adsense, but that will depend on your topics and their click values. I wrote a hub about my experiences with amazon and my top tips for earning well with them - it's on my profile if you fancy a read.
by Wendy Krick 7 years ago
I'm just curious if you earn more with Adsense or Amazon. I do much better with Amazon than Adsense.
by Jasmeet Kaur 4 years ago
I planned to use ebay capsule on most of my hubs because they pay per click. As I don't have alot of traffic on my hubs and there are only 4-5 clicks per day on ebay capsules, but my EPC is always zero. I can't understand that whether it is natural or not..Is there any change in ebay policy? Are...
by Jcamdir 4 years ago
Let me be honest with you, I joined Hubpages in the hope that I will be able to earn some extra income to supplement my college expenses. I know there is no such thing as easy money and I shouldn't expect to live off my earnings on hubpages. But, If I get a good number of my hubs featured, how much...
by AbFreak101 3 years ago
i have around 12 hubs and im making maybe 10 cents a day.Who here makes at least $100 a month and how many hubs do you have
by Eileen Hughes 4 years ago
I have deleted my adsense account myself. And was just wondering if I can still earn money on hubpages with my amazon. Thanks
by Mousumi Paul 7 years ago
When anybody clicks on the ads of Google, AdSense gave us the money.So what is the process for Amazon?Click or buy the item?
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