I am doing a 60 day challenge myself. I choose to select product hubs as you know I don't have an adsense. I have written 5 hubs already but I don't think I can write 30. Whatever I want to promote those hubs now with one way backlinks. I have decided to write in the following platforms.
This is Freelance
She Told Me [can I add amazon ads there?].
Squido [can I add amazon ads there?]
How is Hubdave? What type of account is suitable in hubdave for promoting hubs? Can I use amazon there?
Any suggestions? Will I try to promote amazon hubs or better try to write more hubs rather than promoting?
How long after writing a hub I would start to promote my hubs?
Er... immediately? But slowly.
Why have you decided against ezinearticles.com, btw?
I thought that the 60 DC challenge was to start in January.. do you have any news about this .. I don't see any info in the other threads.. need information here ..thanxs
You get 50% of amazon earnings on squidoo, She Told Me only gives you the 'in content' adsense block.
What are some other platforms where I can earn from amazon?
I don't think there are very many, you might want to check out DevHub (For more info take a look at my hub the Truth about backlinks). This is a pretty flexible platform, but I haven't really put enough effort in to it myself as of yet to see any real returns!
You didn't ask for a hub critique, but I do have one suggestion. Since you don't yet have adsense, don't feature it next to your first paragraph of text. Underneath your photo, put an Amazon capsule with two or three products. Just enough to match the size of the text. If you're doing product hubs, then make the products the feature. With the Amazon short cookie duration, you've got to get as many clicks as possible to get a good sales level.
If you do get an adsense account in the future, it's an easy fix to delete it if you choose.
Great suggestion from Nelle!
If you keep up the good work I am not sure how adsense could continue to deny you!
My pleasure, I hope you get your adsense as well, but there's a great living to be made off of Amazon and other affiliate programs, even if you don't. Keep us posted on your success.
I thought of blogging, started a blog, signed up for few affiliate programms with a great enthusiasm but could not stick on that more than one week. No hubber there you know, I felt very lonely and finally fixed my mind to write amazon hubs only to be with the hubber family. Lets see what happens.
That's very sweet. But once you taste Amazon success, you'll be ready for a site of your own. Your English is getting stronger and you'll know more about marketing and it won't take as long to work on your own site. I have many sites and still check in here several times a day.
I'm guessing you want to make a second income (or even first?)? If that is the case, having your own website becomes very important.
If only because there is no guarantee hubpages will not change its ToS... or get slapped by google... or simply go bankrupt.
Thanks for those Amazon tips. In my first month here, I did far better with Amazon than with Adsense! So I totally agree with what you've said.
I think learning to make affiliate sales like Amazon (or other affiliate networks) with their nice chunks of change is my new short term goal.
Thanks for your thoughts about that.
That is very true. Just continue to be persistent and ask your questions. Hubbers are all around, willing to help. Good luck to you! I wish you all the best at your success, and please let us know when Google accepts you . Don't worry it will happen in the right time.
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