I'm not getting any clicks on my Amazon book ads. Anyone have any tips?
If you have any comments about the Amazon book selection or ad placement in any of my hubs I would appreciate the feedback. Thanks.
Write reviews of books you like. Then add Amazon adds showing just 1 add, which you make exactly the book you are reviewing by specifying keywords in the Amazon box.
Also, consider the Golden Rule of the Bible: "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you."
Recently, I wanted to purchase a GMAT book. I came to hubpages, searched for GMAT review, and then bought the GMAC guide by clicking through that hubber's amazon ad. I also bought another book in the same visit (to qualify for free shipping.)
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