In amazon sales hub, what is the best price products to write about to earn money?
hi, I have read lot from my fellow hubbers about how they are writing about amazon sales hubs and it is worth it, but I wish to know what price of the products should mostly be chosen? Should we go for products under $25, $50-$100 or more? This is also important aspect before writing a sales hub, can you please throw some light
This all depends on what you can sell.
But it is good to mix it up. Selling a bunch of small items will increase your commission percentage per item but won't make much money. Selling a single $1000+ item would take a TON of $25 items to make the same profit.
In the end, it doesn't matter what price range you target if you can't sell the items you choose.
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