Which is better? High priced products or low priced products to be displayed on your hub?
I was modifying my hub on rubberwood furniture. As per key words there were two products from Amazon. One is of $2,399.99 (massage chair - Brown Leather with Rubberwood) and another one of $27.97 (hand carved onlay made of rubberwood). I was just wondering whether keeping high priced products will be of any use at all...
As per my knowledge low priced products are best for hubs on amazon. more people buy products and you will get more commission. Anyhow, doing a mixture is also not a bad idea if product has un-beateable characteristics.
I've only ever had one sale on Amazon via one of my hubs. I earned 57 cents, but I can't ever claim it unless I earn over $10, which seems unlikely at this rate! I guess I never really got the marketing thing going. I have no idea which would generate the most income, but a mixture seems like a good idea to me.
by Christy Kirwan2 months ago
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by Kate Swanson6 years ago
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by dannycarrey5 years ago
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by Randy Godwin6 years ago
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by Alison Graham4 years ago
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by Claudia Tello6 years ago
Have you bought products from the Amazon or e-Bay capsules displayed in the hubs you read?
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