Amazon Hubs Written - What next?

  1. J Sunhawk profile image71
    J Sunhawkposted 7 years ago

    I’ve written four hubs about Amazon products. I’m signed up as an Amazon affiliate. Now I'm looking for feedback from Amazon pros.

    What’s next?

    Should the hubs be submitted to Google Adsense channels?

    What’s the strategy to market these hubs?

    Go to bookmark sites?

    Anything else?


  2. WryLilt profile image91
    WryLiltposted 7 years ago

    (Based on Propane Heater hub.)

    First of all, get an Adsense block top right. This gets rid of the 'browsers' and the 'buyers' will scroll down to see what else is there.

    You don't need to set up an Adsense channel unless you want to - it's easier to link your analytics and Adsense for in depth look at  the $ you're making.

    And I started reading, waiting for lots of products... and they're right at the bottom!

    Amazon hubs are about getting people to visit Amazon and buy, buy buy. Choices and lots of items help them do that. So I'd put in about another 20-30 items.

    And it's very long. Buyers aren't often in the mood to read a lot - they just want to know why or why not on whether to buy the product, and then they want to either buy or go else where.

    Might be an idea to break the propane heaters into two or three hubs.

    1. J Sunhawk profile image71
      J Sunhawkposted 7 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks, WryLilt. I'll move the Amazon stuff up toward the top.