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 sandra rinck 9 years ago
Has anyone been denied and ebay account? I was, I was wondering if I filled out the application wrong. I am wondering what url and business descriptions you used because I am going to try again. thanks, sandy
by Kelly W. Patterson 8 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 avan989 6 years ago
Which is the better affiliated program. I used ebay and that is where the bulk of my money is currently being made. Although they are all paid per click, it do get quite a bit of click. As for amazon, I get a couple of view but no buy. Which is really better in the long run?
by sriharsha11 9 years ago
I earlier opened an account in Hubpages but couldn't write anything because of a mistake I made while typing username(which I couldn't change). So I opened a new account and got adsense and amazon codes but it's been 10 days but I haven't got eBay code nor any mail from them regarding account.Can I...
by Diecast Guy 8 years ago
Anyone know how to set up the ebay account, I'm having a bad time with it?
by Paula Atwell 8 years ago
Anyone getting weird click rates on their Ebay account? Mine is way up today for some reason, and I can't figure out why.
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