okay, not death really, but I'm getting kinda mad here! One of my sales Hubs gets easily over 100 views per day, however- not one sell. WHY?
Weelllll, list price is 29.99 Amazon price is 45.99! Every one of the dolls has an exagerated price that is (I'm assuming) throwing buyers to another source! How can I make this better???
Thanks but I did that....sad that you can buy thses dolls for 19.99 at the store but they are listed on Amazon for 50! I just dont understand.....
I know what product you are talking about and I have a similar product lens at Squidoo. My Bitty Button Lens gets lots of hits yet I have only had one sale in November.
The thing that I discovered with Amazon, is a product is either a hit or a miss. If it's a miss...I just don't worry about it, But I don't delete it, you never know maybe they will have a sale and things will change. I just move on and focus on building another hub on another product.
Another idea would be to remove all of the amazon capsules for the dolls and just leave the accessories. (since they are a good deal). And add more content. You might get some google love. Just a thought.
or become an affiliate for walmart, but they only pay 4%.
how do you become an affliate of Walmart????
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