I am not earning anything from ebay or Amazon, in spite of putting relevant ads! How about you?
Should I stop placing them? Does this affect traffic also?
Now ebay do not pay per click, and only pay if there is a sale, that to within 24 hours if someone clicks the ad on your page. Amazon has the same policy. So there is no hope from ebay and Amazon for those who get small traffic. Better you should remove all ebay and Amazon capsules. I have taken this action. This will increase your hubpages ad program revenue, as there are no ebay and amazon ads to attract the readers.
I have no idea if that was a coincidence but one of my extremely low traffic hubs sold a book I've put on my hub just to try it out if it works, but the book was relevant to the content which I believe is the key. Maybe it was a huge coincidence but who knows, I will update myself if I get any new experiences
No I have only recieved about $3.00 from ebay and nothing from amazon. I think I will take them off and see if I get more traffic as jainismus says. I have nothing to lose from doing this.
Ok I am in for this experiment. I took all my ebay and amazon off my hubs. I will let you know if I get more views.
Thanks suzzycue, for answering the question!
I would be waiting to hear from you, whether your views got a boost after removing ads from your hubs. Thanks!
update March15 I only recieved more views by my hubs being updated by taking the ebay and amazon off for one day. I don`t see any changes of my views with or without these capsules on them. They dont want these capsules used in contests.WHY
Thanks suzzycue, for coming in again and providing the March 15 update. Sorry for responding late. It is more or less the same with me. Wish I could answer your WHY!
Thanks and wish you good luck!
I received 1.91$ from amazon in last month. Now I am earning nothing all times from amazon or ebay ad program.
I think, there are a lot of visitors from India and they do not want to pay money in dollars. If you see the price of the product then you will get that it is very costly to buy the product from ebay or amazon rather than market.
If you want to sell products and earn money then you should attract visitors from US. United State is best place of marketing your amazon advertise and there 30$ - 40$ are cheap price. So, you can sell your product there easily.
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