Does adding Amazon or eBay ads to your hubs increase or decrease viewership?
Will adding a couple of amazon or ebay ads make any difference in hub viewership or does it just affect the hub score?
As far as I know from the experience of other users here, overdoing it is definitely not a good thing. Somebody once suggested that not more than 40 or 50 percent of hubs should have Ebay or Amazon links, so this is what I am sticking to. But I do not have enough hubs yet to confirm it.
I have found that it really does not make any difference to views unless as already said you overdo it and have the maximum on all your Hubs. One or two will not hurt.
Just follow the rules and you will do fine.
Defintely not but don't want to Miss the chance either. Didn't bring in any high traffic. Share media did
I have no knowledge regarding views as I do not use these capsules. But, all that I know is there are some rules as to how many capsules are allowed per certain number of words. Overdoing is not permitted. Further too many ads distract your viewers and they may feel uncomfortable. Out of my 30 hubs, I added only 2 or 3 amazon capsules over all till now.
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by LeighMC 5 years ago
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by James M Becher 3 years ago
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by Person of Interest 4 years ago
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