While I've heard that people are not making as much money as they previously thought, I believe they are looking at these hubs in too narrow of a sense. I have made almost no money from ANY of the groups of which I am a partner (Google, Amazon, etc...) But I DID link my ebay account to my hub and as a result the views of my listed products SOARED! I think that this hub should function as a gateway to make more money, but not the end itself.
So are you talking about another account? Or has this soaring traffic come in the last hour?
The account that I am referring to is my eBay account. As a PowerMerchant, I have several different accounts that sell a wide variety of items. I recently set up this account to specifically promote some Apple MacBooks that I have recently acquired. But I SURE wouldn't mind traffic like yours! Any tips?
luckydice767 i am agreed with you. we must not think such programs end rather we should check out other prorgrams too. So what you will suggest others programs to join?
Actually, people can make nice money from hubs, ebay, amazon and even kontera.
I myself don't even see any click from the first day I joined until about the 3rd week with at least 15 hubs. Therefore, writing actually need a lot of reading and critical thinking on how to market your hubs.
It is always challenging but I found it very fun. Now, I am glad to say I see at least a few cents dainly on Adsense. Nothing much to say about but hey, something is better than nothing
by greathub 9 years ago
I already have an adsense account and also I have inserted the "number" in my hubpages account but no ads are appearing and therefore i cant earn. Similarly I haven't seen ads on any other hubs of any other person.But everybody is talking abut getting paid by adsense. I can't understand...
by Kelly W. Patterson 9 years ago
I see from time to time people discussing which hubs have generated eBay sales, but I've never been able to find an actual itemization of any sort in my eBay account of what someone bought. Is there somewhere that tells you that info in the eBay account page and I'm just missing it?
by Stacie L 3 years ago
I received a notice about being charged to keep my Amazon affiliate program active if I have no sales in 90 days. I'm sure others share this issue. Since I agreed to use Amazon under Hubpages program ID, I do earn more commission but now I may be charged due to my own ID isn't producing income.Is...
by TheGlacier 8 years ago
Hi SeenOnTV, wanted to know if you have not added your ebay account here and still making money?I read the FAQ and it says, revenue does not start unless signed up for adsense and amazon and ebay. So was I worried about ebay account.
by saleheensblog 8 years ago
by ib radmasters 6 years ago
Can you in real life actually put all of your friends in the same room at the same time? Can you give them all the same information?
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