Ebay, Amazon or Both?
What's the best way to monetize hubs? Ebay, amazon or both?
The best answer is going to depend on your Hub subject and what's most relevant to it from a retail sense. Either or both could be good, but what's more important is that the items offered are tightly-relevant and necessary.
I have some Hubs where I just use one or the other and some where I use both.
somebody answered this question before. actually both are equally good and you can capture different types of consumers. but i cant get my ebay seller account!
by Bronwyn Joy Ellio5 months ago
For the first time since writing at HP, I have had an email saying that a Hub cannot be featured because it has "spammy elements." The email goes on to say that it could be that an ad is not related to the...
by Chitrangada Sharan3 years ago
I am not earning anything from ebay or Amazon, in spite of putting relevant ads! How about you?Should I stop placing them? Does this affect traffic also?
by James Paterson9 years ago
In many previous forum posts there have been people who have given up hope with their Ebay and Amazon capsules on their hubpages, because they don't earn any money from them, some have even removed the capsules from...
by Satori7 years ago
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by Person of Interest4 years ago
Gave it up and removed my remaining eBay capsules. I guess my hubs just aren't suited for them. Might give it another shot if the Buy It Now option becomes available though.
by avan9895 years ago
Which is the better affiliated program. I used ebay and that is where the bulk of my money is currently being made. Although they are all paid per click, it do get quite a bit of click. As for amazon, I get a couple of...
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