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I can't speak for anybody else, but for me, ebay has given me way more money than Amazon. I guess it just depends on the person, though.
I got nothing from either,...don't understand how they work, even though I've been signed up for a long time now.
For me the bottom line would be where I would get the most sales from, which is impossible to determine.
I've also received more money from Ebay than from Amazon.
I think Ebay pays you for every click and Amazon pays only someone buys something.
I monetise "sales hubs" where I expect regular sales with Amazon; I monetise "informational hubs" where people rarely buy, with eBay.
I find I get about equal earnings from both.
Honestly, I haven't made a penny with either one! But I've been on Hubpages for only a little over three weeks now
This is totally dependent on what you write about.
In my experience I get smaller amounts from e-bay on a regular basis but Amazon sales lead to a bigger commission when you can get them. Not really an answer but I have a feeling everybody will have a different experience.
I get some cents from eBay every day and i like it because it pays per click, Well for Amazon, i rarely use Amazon capsules on my hubs, may be i should but Amazon won't pay until someone buy an item. May be that is the put off.
I can't speak for Amazon, because I'm in Illinois and Amazon's program isn't available here. I do make a bit of change daily though with eBay and even more when someone buys an item. I am happy to see others are doing better with eBay also.
I would love to promote products on Amazon, but unfortunately I can't. boo.
So far I have been unable to make even a cent with eBay, meanwhile I made some earnings with Amazon. Yes, it only pays when someone buys something that is linked to your hubs, but still this seems to me a better way as eBay looks like it is dead for me .
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