I have seen some hubs with Amazon capsule placement at the end.
They had some 8 or 10 product listings too.
Anybody have success with this approach?
Is placing Amazon capsule inside the text (by itself or aligning it to the right) better? or at the end of hub?
welcome Sekarg. Amazon capsule inside the text? In between the text is o.k. Even it is not like adsense ,telling clicks converted to money. In amazon somebody purchases a product , you will be paid commission.
As such placing of both adsense ads and Product capsule in the right place important.
According to me keeping Amazon capsule inside the text whether placed it on left or right side is better
It depends on the topic and type of hub.
Informational hubs - don't sell many amazon items anyway. So I usually place amazon capsules at the end, because they can add to the relevant keywords of the hub, without making the hub appear too commercial. Google crawls amazon descriptions as well.
An example of a placement would be in a hub about goldfish care: at the bottom I'd place items such as goldfish bowls, books about goldfish and goldfish food. I wouldn't expect many sales but if someone was searching "goldfish food" and it wasn't mentioned in my hub, google might still send them to the page.
Product hubs - in review or sales hubs, I try and put as many Amazon adverts in as possible - sometimes between 15-30 items. Why? Because they're aimed at buyers, and buyers like choice. The more choice they get, the more chance they'll stay on the page and click through and buy an item.
Ha there you go Wry sharing all your secrets!!
Yep Amazon products at the end don't catch the eye of the rather impatient surfer's attention is my take too.. But I still persist.. hoping against hope!!
To place Amazon capsule at the end, you need only to click capsule button once and it will be at the bottom. Number of products you can choose from 3 to 10. The option is provided.
Hmm... Learning something here. I've used Amazon capsuls at the end of all my articles and I have wondered when my first sale will come along. Now I'll experiment. Thanks!
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