How many eBay and Amazon ads are too many or too few?
I have yet to figure out how to make money with amazon or eBay. I see that some hubbers have 10 or more capsules for ads. Is there a good number that is not too many and not too few? 10 seems excessive.
I think your product has to be very related to your hub and you shouldn't overdo it. I make some Amazon money every month. Ebay just sucks. If you have those capsules, I'd just remove them unless there's a very specific seller or reason you have them there.
With Amazon, I tend to use my own descriptions or blurb with the product to say why I use it and how it helped with - whatever my hub is about. I also put the product right within the part of the hub that is relevant to that product for the most part. This has helped me make sales.
What I need to do is some hubs for some bigger ticket items. I sell a lot of small stuff - but it certainly isn't very much money. For me, I've never put more than 2 items in hub because more than that I think looks to "sales pitchy". It also depends on the type of the hub though I suppose. Nothing I have written needs more than one or two.
by 02SmithA 9 years ago
I wanted to hear from some of the more experienced hubbers and see if the amazon and ebay affiliate programs make very much for them? I assume that they end up being very little of your overall earnings, but I wondered if they are worthwhile. Thanks!
by b opinionated 10 years ago
Hey! I was just wondering if anyone knew how to earn money through amazon and ebay. I supplied my affilliate I D or publisher I D and have nothing to show for it at all. Any one know whats going on or why I am seeing no results? Thanks
by Matthew Kirk 5 years ago
What are your tips for amazon and ebay ads. What are your suggestions for ebay and amazon ads?I literally have never had a sale, with almost 10,000 views now too! I have had a few views etc, but no winning bids at all! Where am I going wrong!?I tend to add in books in baking hubs as well as kitchen...
by James Paterson 9 years ago
In many previous forum posts there have been people who have given up hope with their Ebay and Amazon capsules on their hubpages, because they don't earn any money from them, some have even removed the capsules from their hubs. I don't really make much money from either but I keep the capsules on...
by Whitney 8 years ago
I've been trying to write more hubs geared toward our affiliates (eBay and Amazon). I'm probably taking a wild card shot at this one, but we'll see if they generate anything. I'm have several other series saved to work on, as well. I'm just taking blind shots in the dark, but I'm hoping for a few...
by Mary Hyatt 5 years ago
We used to be allowed to show more products from eBay and Amazon. I think the number depended on the total words in the Hub. Now we are limited to only two from each. I think having only two lowers the possibility of more earnings from them.On some of my older Hubs I have several,...
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