It would seem that the best way to learn how to make good sales hubs for amazon is to have a look at some that are already very successful. With that in mind I would like to ask folks if they would share which hub they have that does the best selling. I know I am asking folks to post links and if that is a huge big no-no for the TOS then please ignore
Good luck - but don't expect to catch the Christmas trade this year. Valentines day - maybe......
I don't answer questions like this because it just lets people rip off your best-selling Hub, thus reducing your earnings.
Fair enough Relache, I don't think I could successfully rip off anothers hub, it would be more likely to be an inferior version without the quality of the original but I suspect there are quite a few people out there who would happily try a rip off hub for that instant success they think they will get. I do hope those people who are hoping for instant success will not hang about for long as instant success seems like a pipe dream to me and my assumption is that those seeking instant success will get frustrated with the fact that earning from hubs takes time and lots of work!
Thanks Mark! One thing I notice is that you have several eye catching pictures, tho the first two are google ads. Picking and choosing ads is not really possible but certainly can be influenced by promoting stuff where the advertisers are likely to use eye catching banner ads. I also note that you are not trying to 'sell' iPhones but a particular accessory to do with that larger market, something I try to think of and should probably do more of! By adding an amazon ad after discussing the individual product for sale must make it easier for the reader if thats the one they want plus it gives the feel of being a relevant ad instead of a spammy one.
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