Adsense and Amazon Earning Strategy?

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  1. jack01 profile image61
    jack01posted 7 years ago

    Hi Hubbers,

    I have been here from two years. However, I was not enough active for more than a year on HubPage. Meantime I realized the potential of HubPage so I have decided to be active on HubPage one more time. Right now my focus is to write pages about various iPhone 4 accessories.

    I want to make some extra cash through Adsense and Amazon Associates. I would like to know what's your strategy to make money  on hubpages through Adsense and Amazon?

    1. cheapskatemate profile image60
      cheapskatemateposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      You need lots of different but similar pages.

      So maybe a page describing each accessory.
      Another describing the good points about it.
      Another for the bad points.
      One page for the cheapest place to buy it.
      Maybe a user guide on how to use the accessory.

      These pages will need to link to each other.  Also, do the same on another article site (but the articles all must be unique) and link them all up.

      1. jack01 profile image61
        jack01posted 7 years agoin reply to this

        @cheapskatemate

        It could be a great idea to work on niche. Let's see if I can make hubpages in such a way.

        thanks

    2. Papajon profile image86
      Papajonposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      For each Hub you want to decide between making money from Adsense or Amazon - it is difficult to do both in the same Hub.

      Once you have chosen optimize your layout for that method. In other words if it is a product that will sell, make sure you Amazon module is right up high on the right at the very top of your article.
      If it is Adsense, then make sure you advertising blocks are up high.

      Try to go for narrow niches (specific products) as this is likely to be a very competitive field so it would be hard to rank for words such as "iPhone accessories" but you might rank for a review of a very specific accessory.

  2. WryLilt profile image90
    WryLiltposted 7 years ago

    Write lots and lots of hubs on lots and lots of topics.

    That's the best strategy.

    Learn about keyword research and SEO.

    Information hubs are best for adsense.
    Product hubs are best for amazon.

    1. nikmaya62 profile image59
      nikmaya62posted 7 years agoin reply to this

      Is the reader will click our ads after read and get information from our hub? How to make the reader  do more clicks for our hubs?

  3. profile image51
    MaxSerafinaposted 7 years ago

    Learn how to research keywords, so you can figure out the terms that people are using to search for the things you are featuring on your hubs

  4. nikmaya62 profile image59
    nikmaya62posted 7 years ago

    Do the keywords research and choose the high paying keywords to optimize your Adsense. Write an interesting article that can influenced the reader to buy the Amazon products.

  5. pisethz profile image67
    pisethzposted 7 years ago

    Just write simple hub articles that combine with keyword strategies and encourage to write more than 500 words per hub. I guess in shorter time this will gather quality traffic to the hub and then start earning continuously...

 
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