What is everyones preferred affiliate program to use, Amazon or Ebay?
Depends on what I'm writing. If I need a specific product then I'll usually go with amazon, but if I'm looking for a generalized product I'll go with e-bay because it would probably give the reader a better deal.
For example, I use amazon in my book list hubs, but in my nerd hub I link to e-bay because you can get better deals on dice and cards there.
I prefer Amazon, I haven't used Ebay much and worry that products will be gone when visitors click on links. It seems like you'd have to keep rechecking hubs more often with Ebay to be sure they are up to date with the products?
Ebay! I seem to earn a large proportion of my Hub Pages income from this affiliate; simply by putting several capsules on each hub. I like how I can adapt these to be very specific or very broad to enable me to seemingly use them on every individual hub. Having said this, I am sure Amazon must be very similar, though, I cannot use it due to my unfortunate location in the world - the UK; where it is not applicable for use!
daniel how much do you recieve if someone buys something on ebay from your page?
I tried to see the connection between what is sold via my hubs and what I earn, to be honest I have no idea how the two are related and consequently can't help I'm afraid. For example, I earn revenue from eBay everyday, yet I have only sold two items
by LeighMC 5 years ago
Hello hubbers.I am trying to get started with the Amazon Associate program, and have been rejected because I don't yet have enough content or followers.I currently have 10 featured hubs, and am busy with 11 and 12 today.At what stage will Amazon accept me into their program? What would be the ideal...
by mjkamrul 3 years ago
Hello Dear Hubbers,I'm somewhat in confusion while placing Amazon or Ebay capsule in my hubs because I don't know well from which program I can be benefited much. Do people like to buy something from Amazon? or Ebay in most cases? Any trick?
by tnvrstar 5 years ago
When it comes to selling products, do you prefer Amazon or eBay Affiliate?How much have you earned so far from eBay or Amazon affiliate?
by Person of Interest 3 years ago
http://hubpages.com/my/hubs/stats?categ … ule=AmazonFolks, we really need to make a concerted effort to delete (or at least not display) those Amazon capsules we know to be in violation of QAP.The above link will hopefully help.
by marcleigh 8 years ago
when it comes to this sort of thing im a bone head. i noticed that you can generate cash by being affiliated with amazon. do i do this only once per hub i post or once and then im covered for every hub i post?
by curiozities 9 years ago
I was wondering if my fellow hubbers could answer a question for me. Which affiliate program has made the most money for YOU and why? BTW, this is my first post, although I've replied to a bunch of posts so far. In case you're wondering what my answer is, it would be "none"...
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