I have observed that my Ebay affliate earnings are increasing steadily and adsense earning is decreasing steadily..
Any reason for this?
What I think is that if someone clicks ebay link they will not click the adsense..
so adsense click is now shared with ebay?
for me, I haven't seen any raise ebay revenue.
adsense is doing good for me this month. in fact, my page-view have increased
It's logical, really. If someone leaves your Hub by clicking on an eBay ad, then they're not leaving it by clicking on an Adsense ad. And vice versa.
Sounds like you're doing a good job with the positioning and content of your eBay ads. Good for you.
It might the fact that they are two totally separate types of company and offer different things altogether. Hmmmm.....?
EBay sux if you make Amazon sales occasionally. Only use it if you never make any Amazon sales. It will kill your Amazon commissions while someone else makes the big money off of Ebay, not you. They will pay you pennies and someone else gets the dollars. I sold over $1000 in Ebay products and made a few bucks at best. The same products on Amazon would have made me at least $60, or perhaps more, in commissions.
But if you cannot seem to sell anything on Amazon, or get Adsense clicks, then use both EBay and HPads. I use neither of them and don't plan to.
Shit randy, I sold a scope for a shotgun today...SCORE...LOL! I didn't make much, but I made more than I would have had the amazon ad not been in there!
I make ...a can of beer a week on ebay...but sooner or later, Sir, I'm going to sell one of those high end used acoustic guitars....but then I'll tell nobody on this site about it
You won't get anything but pennies if you do, Wesman! You don't earn a commission on EBay sales. Even if the used guitar is worth a thousand dollars it will only net you pennies. EBay is useless for sales!! Most don't realize this. I know I didn't. I thought is was like Amazon but instead, it's a rip-off with someone else--I've got my own ideas who--getting the commission.
eBay was disapointing for me. Generally, if you have a direct choice between eBay and Amazon for a product, I would use Amazon. eBaby is probably better for "collectibles" rather than selling new products. But earnings do seem pretty low regardless, in my experience.
Hehehe "eBaby" I love those unintentional typos. Or was it intentional?
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