by Paul Edmondson 8 months ago
We started testing Amazon's Ad Marketplace yesterday on TatRing and Holidappy. This allows Amazon to sit outside of our header bidding wrapper, use their first party data to buy ads from us, but still compete with our header bidding partners (Index Exchange, AppNexus, Facebook etc) and Google...
by Chitrangada Sharan 3 years ago
While placing ads on hubs, such as Amazon and eBay, how many ads can we choose?I have seen many hubs having more than two ads, whereas when I choose I have options only upto 2, both for Amazon and eBay.
by Sally Gulbrandsen 5 years ago
It is my understanding that we are only entitled to have two Amazon Ads on a Hub. I still see many Hubs with more than two Ads and also Hubs with several capsules which contain two Ads each. What is the official ruling about this please?
by Sondra Rochelle 3 years ago
I keep reading posts on the forums about people who are "confused" about adding Amazon capsules, etc. to their hubs and then do not understand how it is that they "followed the rules" and then had their posts unfeatured. Really? I do not see any confusion whatsoever...
by Will Apse 2 years ago
I am seeing the kind of traffic I used to get a few years ago after pages have been moved to niche sites but I'm getting a fraction of the Amazon income. There are a lot of factors involved but a main suspect for a significant part of this issue this has to be the replacement of Amazon capsules...
by Kate Swanson 2 years ago
Recently Paul Edmondson made a statement about ads which has caused some confusion.He has suggested that if you are using Amazon ads on a Hub, you should turn off other advertising. I can understand his reasoning, BUT it will backfire badly if you don't do it right.The theory is that...
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