Anyone have a great experience turning on their "Amazon earnings" here on hubpages?
I recently turned my "Amazon earnings" back on. I remember turning it off awhile ago, because I heard it was supposed to make more $ through hubpages earnings. Thought I'd give Amazon one more chance. Anyone else have experience with this?
Yes. I have never earned a penny from Amazon. Their policies are just too restrictive to actually make any money from their ads.
me neither. I once earned 80 cents and that's it. never earn a single cents after that
I've had one small sale, and one larger sale (that consisted of 4 ebooks I think) - I'm happy leaving them there, as any extra is welcome!
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