You join the Amazon affiliate program. Once approved, you include your affiliate ID in the proper spot in your Hubpages account info. Then you design hubs that will sell Amazon products.
I have already an affiliate ID in amazon and I have been adding amazon products in my hubs, but in 2-months' time I got $0.00 earning tho' I got a number of clicks.
Nelle is our Amazon Guru so listen to her advice. Write a product review with a recomendation, add an Amazon module to the review and viola!
I used Nelle's advice on Amazon a few months ago. I have since made the payout and I'm earning almost daily from my product reviews.
Beth it takes a lot of clicks because Amazon is a one-session only cookie. I just looked at your dry skin hub. I'd move place some of the products closer to the top so people will see it sooner. You don't have to put all of them up there. (They can be in two places.) But for each paragraph, insert an Amazon capsule with 1 or 2 products. To get Amazon sales consistently, you have to be fairly aggressive. This is should increase your clicks and your conversion.
by smanty 7 years ago
This is just a quick question that I was sort of curious about because I have not earned anything from Amazon products. I was curious as to how many views you generally receive before you see a purchase from amazon through one of your links?Thanks!
by Tessa Schlesinger 15 months ago
In all the time I've been writing on the web (first started on Amazon in 2004), I've never been any good at selling products on the web. I don't know why that is. I know people who make a packet at promoting products on the web. And I know there are people who make a good amount on HP even though...
by Tilecleaninghub 8 years ago
Ya I said it. Only thing amazon does is decrease any adwords clicks I might get. Even if I do get a sale it is only worth as much as one adwords click. Plus the one session cookie really blows. I got over 100 amazon clicks with $4 to show for it. Even if I turned 10%...
by Bill Manning 8 years ago
I have a few hubs with Amazon links, plus some store pages on my own sites all with Amazon products. They are very targeted, all about Harry Potter merchandise.Yet I see with 2 new sales today my conversion is only 0.96% Now, I only have maybe 3 hubs with Amazon links, plus two pages of products in...
by Tammy Hesler 17 months ago
I have products that are listed on Amazon. Are we allowed the link the article to a product we have listed on Amazon?
by Dan Harmon 8 years ago
I always use Amazon ads as I figure the more advertising the better to a point. Placement is questionable, though. I'm not real happy with a string of ads flushed to the right, although that's what I nearly always do. They are smaller and the text capsule is narrow, which I don't...
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