I want to ask a question of any of you experienced Hubfolk who have BOTH an Amazon and Ebay affiliate account.
Do you find it worth your time to have BOTH on your Hubs... or have you gravitated to one or the other?
My sense is that if BOTH have the same product, a sale through a hub will get you more $$ from Amazon.
I've kept Ebay farther down on the page as a "last resort"... and it did get "something" for me when Amazon hasn't.
by Mary Wickison 5 years ago
Can someone please clear this up for me. If I use the Ebay module and someone buys anything from Ebay that started via my link, I get paid. This I understand. My question is, does this apply to Amazon as well? Or, do they have to buy the specific item I have placed in my hub? I am sure I read that...
by tthudium 8 years ago
Do you make more money with Amazon or with Ebay. Which one has better click though rate. Which one do you prefer. Thanks for posting! Hub on.
by Megan Smith 6 years ago
Amazon vs. EBay for sales?
by avan989 6 years ago
Which is the better affiliated program. I used ebay and that is where the bulk of my money is currently being made. Although they are all paid per click, it do get quite a bit of click. As for amazon, I get a couple of view but no buy. Which is really better in the long run?
by michiganman567 6 years ago
I use the amazon ads, should I also use the ebay ads on my hubs?I don't do very well with the amazon ads as it is. Should I continue to focus on amazon so that maybe one day I will get a pay off, or should I also use the ebay ads? Does anyone use both and how does ebay perform with...
by Appletreedeals 8 years ago
what are your thoughts about using both ebay and amazon capsules in a sales hub for price comparisons?or should a hub focus on one or the other, not both?for example:a descriptive text capsule followed by side-by-side ebay/amazon capsules for same productthanksGA
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