Does price matter for your amazon items to be sold from hubpages?
If yes, what price range is better to choose?
If you are speaking about inserting an Amazon capsule into one of your hubs, you cannot choose the price of your items. The Amazon ads are randomly injected into your hub. You can, however, try to use good keywords so that the products that appear in your Amazon capsule match the genre of the hub you have written.
What matters is that someone clicks on the ad, not how much the item costs. You are paid per click, and the payment is very low usually.
Hubtub actually you can choose. I have chosen all my items. Just put the url there
My publishers are making my book available to amazon at a discount of 40%, and this has reduced my royalty payments.
As to other items, the only rule of which I am aware is that all items are to be priced lower than the amazon price. You can always verify this direct from amazon.
In general, you need to increase your unit price in order to maximize your profit. Also, you need to minimize your storage, postage, and packing costs.
Yet another problem is that the amazon delivery system is so reliable that a very large proportion of buyers still choose to buy from them, even when their price is slightly higher. But perhaps you could negotiate a lower price from your suppliers.
by Susannah Birch 7 years ago
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by Lily Rose 7 years ago
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by ryankett 8 years ago
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by David Trujillo Uribe 5 years ago
Have you sold some Amazon or Ebay items?I haven´t sold "nada" so far. Just wanted to know how others are doing. I consider to advertise really good products related to my topics, especially on my Mother´s Day hub. But so far nothing. Not even adsense.
by Heather Nickless 8 years ago
I decided to check my adsense and amazon first thing this morning and I was completely shocked when I saw that someone had ordered 2 items from Amazon through my affiliate link. I'm so excited cause I didn't think anyone was going to actually buy anything. Oh and it wasn't from a product review...
by RikkiRay 4 years ago
I am so happy. Looks like I'll be able to reach my payment soon. Awww... It's an amazing day Do you have any tips for me on how to sell more?
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