I checked my account yesterday and discovered many of my sales were snow related. People are buying mittens, tire chains, hand warmers ect. What trends are you noticing in your Amazon sales?
Blippy.com is one site to notice the online purchase trends. Hope that helps get some ideas for hub
I have also seen increases in snow related items.
I have a lot of toy related hubs and I had a lot of sales in November, December from them. It tanked in January then started coming back.
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