Highest CPM ever and the equivalent of 1 Amazon sale a day! Amazing!
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Not sure if it is anything I have done but I sure like the result.
It's interesting to watch what CPM does. Mine is good, and rising, but nowhere near what I've seen in the past. It changes all the time.
Yay, Sally! I've been seeing an uptick in traffic and earnings as well. I'm wondering how much Maven is impacting it. But I do think the move to network sites has made a difference, too. Still, though, it is subject to wide variances over time.
I hope the earnings continue! It is inspiring. I'm writing a new hub again, but I had forgotten how long it takes me.
I'm also seeing higher traffic and higher CPMs. NICE! Maven is doing a great job!
Well done. You write really good, detailed articles so you definitely deserve this. Would love some Amazon tips though.
I think that you could add muscle building products to your hubs if you have some experience of using them, especially if you can prove they work. Nutritional products for dogs would probably produce a similar result especially if you know your dogs have personal favorites:)
Amazon this month is crazy good - 171 sales (so far). On one day last week there were 23 items.
Sally that's so awesome! I imagine that with your crafty articles, you're a perfect affiliate for Amazon because readers would need to buy new products to get started with your tutorials. Very nice!
Wow! All this success creating good energy on HP. Congrats Sally. Way to go theraggededge.
by Kylyssa Shay 5 years ago
OK, so it's probably too soon to tell, but along with getting a higher percentage of my views from Google searches, it looks a bit like my Amazon sales have increased both in number and amount since we switched from subdomains to a single domain. Is anyone else seeing this? Even if it isn't the...
by Leah Lefler 10 years ago
I only check my amazon affiliate account on a weekly basis, since I didn't have very many product hubs (I do have a few) and didn't expect a sale anytime soon. I was surprised to see an ordered item the other day! Yay!Even better, when I went to see what the person had ordered (most of my product...
by Chinweike 10 years ago
I just checked my Amazon account and noticed i have made a sale. Though not much, it's just $3.89 as commission. And guess what, it came from the hub i least expect would give me any sales.So happy to be saying this.GRRRRRRRIIIIIIII...........
by Peter Owen 9 years ago
I just got my first sale, a biggie at $.40Question - I just happened to go into Earnings and saw the purchase. doesn't amazon send an email when a purchase has been made?
by Projectlazy 3 years ago
Hello, about 3 years ago I along with many others were forced to leave Squidoo.com and come here. I'll say it really killed my love for the hobby. I saw articles that on peak days were getting over a thousand views drop down to less then 100. Now those same articles have become stale and get...
by Barbara Fitzgerald 19 months ago
This may be old news, but news to me if they have changed. I thought authors received 60% and HP 40%. That is not how it is playing out in my Ad Program breakdown. SO have I got something wrong? Thanks in advance.
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