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I've been making progress with getting moneys from adsense however, despite my best efforts after 8 months I have yet to make any money with Amazon. I'm considering just removing the amazon boxes from my hubs because that way they'll look more appealing. Thoughts, question, comments?
P.S. I actually got an email from Amazon asking my why I'm so bad at selling their crap lulz.
I haven't had much success with Amazon either but one of the main reasons is that I wasn't focusing on promoting products. In November I read several hubs specifically targeted at increasing Amazon revenue, wrote several hubs based on that information wouldn't you know it-I made $45.
Hmmm can you give me a couple examples of these Amazonian hubs? I'd give you a big round of applause, and jazz hands.
Also, I think Nellie Hoxie is amazing. (She is my hero). I learn alot by reading her hubs and reading her forum threads. Here is a forum thread that I found very helpful. http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/50840
Falsor it looks like most of your hubs are informational hubs which is great for adsense. But I find that I make most of my Amazon money from my product review lenses. Try This. Think about a product that you couldn't be without. Then write a hub about that product. Add some Amazon modules about that product. I bet you will start seeing sales.
By the way, I only just started earning Amazon money in the last 5 months or so (last month I earned over $600. Am I an expert? No Way! But this strategy is working for me. Maybe it will work for you too.
It takes time. Keep writing hubs.
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