How to arrange capsules for maximum CTR?
For all of you here on hubpages with great CTRs: Do you use a certain template that is more efficient at converting page views into clicks? How do you arrange your capsules? If you have a setup that works well, please share it with us rookies!
I get good CTR when first paragraph is little big one and no other capsule attached with it.But i would suggest you to keep experimenting.Its better to have different setup on different hubs and also keep them changing.that's the best way.
by Sally Gulbrandsen4 years ago
It is my understanding that we are only entitled to have two Amazon Ads on a Hub. I still see many Hubs with more than two Ads and also Hubs with several capsules which contain two Ads each. What is...
by ShyeAnne6 years ago
What is the suggested maximum amazon capsules per hub?
by itakins5 years ago
For the past few days ,I have been unable to edit hubs,arrange capsules for a new hub ,check stats,or vote up on hubs.....everything else is working! Anyone familiar with this problem....it's very frustrating.
by Gemini Fox3 years ago
Had never done a “sales” hub before so decided to try. Have tweaked and tweaked this hub but it still keeps on being not featured due to quality. Getting a little T’d . . . http://geminifox.hubpages.com/hub/Green...
by Adam Harkus20 months ago
Not that I was making any money from them, but why has my directly related Amazon product link been snipped in the hub-pro edit ?I could understand snipped competitor products, but what is the point of having ebay /...
by Mary Hyatt4 years ago
We used to be allowed to show more products from eBay and Amazon. I think the number depended on the total words in the Hub. Now we are limited to only two from each. I think having only two lowers the...
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