I've been on hub pages for over 18 months. Didn't actively keep up with it until last month again. I started using my Amazon affiliate id 3 weeks ago and now have made 4 sales. My conversion for this month is 44.44%. Yippee!!
Hi txgal, I have an Amazon account posted to my HP too but I don't have any ads attacted to my page. Can you tell me why this is? Appreciate any help you can offer.
Congratulations! I'm presently digging to uncover healthy strategies to bringing in more sales on Amazon affiliate products showcased. Imagine that I've only made one sale of 0.40cents since 3 years on HubPages. I'm fully out to learn and to do well on it with time. Interestingly, Adsense earnings have continued to be quite impressive.
well done! i got my first sale last month and already have 7 sales this month- it just seems to get on a roll and people start not only clicking, but buying
Very well done, I had over 500 clicks before my first sale, now they seem to be pouring in! After 1 in January I have already had 6 in Feb. Yay
I am happy for you, wish you all the best.
I haven't had one as yet, I don't think its set up right, but i can't find the problem.
congrats to everyone on their success, persistance pays. You just gott akeep working and it will happen, never give up.
Congratulations! Glad that your Amazon sales have started rolling in!
by Andrew Orrell 7 years ago
At last! I have finally had my first Amazon sale. It took 384 click but I'm finally there, my conversion rate is now 0.26! Yay.Weirdly the first item I sold has nothing to do with the items I have put on my Hubs, but I'm not complaining. A sale is a sale.
by OregonWino 8 years ago
So I had decided not to put any more Amazon modules on my hubs as I was not seeing any sales etc from them...then I login today for the first time ina couple of weeks and I had sold a chainsaw and a bunch of romance novels....what the heck? Hehe, none of my hubs have anything to do with...
by Barack James 3 years ago
Hi hubbers, I made my very first Amazon sale two days ago and you can guess how I feel right now. I know there are hubbers who make several sales a day, but this is a very big milestone to me worth sharing. This is a big boost on earnings and now I have all the reasons to get back hubbing. Thank...
by lookatmenow 7 years ago
I had given up two months ago on amazon after only being on there for about 5 months. I didn't have that many hubs with amazon links in them and was getting about 150 clicks a month for those hubs. After I heard the news about these google algorithm changes, I had lost a little hope on...
by Sunnyglitter 7 years ago
I've had plenty of clicks through Amazon, but no sales until now. I've even had Adsense clicks on my product hubs, but no Amazon sales.Anyway, I earned $1 on Amazon from a pair of shoes that somebody purchased! As you can see, I'm pretty excited! Just wanted to share. I was...
by Keith Schroeder 8 years ago
I made the payout level for AdSense ($100) on April 3rd and Amazon's payout level ($10), too. AdSense has been growing each month and revenue is on pace to reach $70 or so for April. Fingers crossed, I should get an AdSense deposit in May for over $150.Amazon is the real surprise. I struggle with...
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