How can I find out which hubs are getting sales from their Amazon or eBay capsules?
I am new to HubPages, but have been happy to see some small sales on Amazon. I haven't been able to work out which hubs generated the sales. Can anyone enlighten me? Thanks!
...or what was bought. I used to like to see that on Squidoo especially the oddball things.
You can't see which hubs sales come from yet, but Paul said they'd be adding this feature soon.
by LeighMC 5 years ago
Hello hubbers.I am trying to get started with the Amazon Associate program, and have been rejected because I don't yet have enough content or followers.I currently have 10 featured hubs, and am busy with 11 and 12 today.At what stage will Amazon accept me into their program? What would be the ideal...
by Person of Interest 4 years ago
http://hubpages.com/my/hubs/stats?categ … ule=AmazonFolks, we really need to make a concerted effort to delete (or at least not display) those Amazon capsules we know to be in violation of QAP.The above link will hopefully help.
by peachy 5 years ago
Some of my hubs, I do include Ebay capsules that are related to my hubs but I had not earn a single cent nor a single click nor any impression from Ebay. Do I need to key in anything in the Ebay capsules like the ID? May I know what went wrong?
by mjkamrul 4 years ago
Hello Dear Hubbers,I'm somewhat in confusion while placing Amazon or Ebay capsule in my hubs because I don't know well from which program I can be benefited much. Do people like to buy something from Amazon? or Ebay in most cases? Any trick?
by tnvrstar 5 years ago
When it comes to selling products, do you prefer Amazon or eBay Affiliate?How much have you earned so far from eBay or Amazon affiliate?
by Luis E Gonzalez 6 years ago
I think that HP should discontinue Ebay capsules. The earnings are pitiful at best. Instead of Ebay I am sure that HP could use another advertiser/provider in its place.
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