I earn a little on kontera, and on adsense, but I have yet to see anything from Amazon, though I am correctly set up for them, very little clicks, 52 last month and only 5 this month. Where should I be placing the Amazon ads, I have them on the left side of my article on the second text box, should I put them completely across the as a whole page themselves?
Well you've only been here six weeks so it might just be that your hubs have not matured enough to receive much search engine traffic...
Personally, I TYPICALLY don't usually like lining up ads to cover a full section of the page. I make them more subtle yet I know others who would disagree.
Play around with it and give everything time.
There are two main types of earning hubs on Hubpages:
-Informational hubs are answering questions or telling people how to do things. These rarely bring Amazon sales in my experience.
-Product hubs are aimed at reviewing a specific product or telling people about how that product works. These hubs are the most likely to earn you money on Amazon.
I've had informational hubs with thousands of views and no sales, and product hubs with less than a hundred views and 20 sales.
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