Almost fell off my chair while checking my Amazon account for the first time in a week. Someone actually bought somehting!!! 3 things in fact!
It's been a whole 2 months, but my amazon account is finally showing $2.94!!! WooHooo!!
Thought I'd gloat!
That is a huge result with the number of hubs you have and time you have been here, you must be over the moon! I bet you are going to have a whale of a time in the run up to Christmas! Holy cow are you going to have a good time then
Congrats, look what you did for that hub, then copy and repeat.
I am still waiting. thank you for the inspiration to wait longer!
You're welcome! Don't hold your breath though! The traffic will start coming after a while and with it the clicks.
I've begun to make a steady few pence per day from adsense, but these are first amazon buys! I'm hoping that with time, traffic and clicks will increase.
Congrats, superwags! Still waiting for that happy day myself!
I should probably temper my enthusiasm a bit. The clicks were on completely unrelated items to the hub! I think the buyer just clicked through amazon on my hub and went for something they'd had in mind a while before reading anything I'd written!
Still, happy days!
Congratulations! I wouldn't temper your enthusiasm whatsoever. As Pandoras Box noted, when you attract visitors and they're given a reason and an opportunity to head on over to Amazon, you never know what may happen.
My recollection is that another Hubber had noted that one morning, during the Holiday season, someone had bought nearly $2,000.00 worth of unrelated items all captured by his / her tracking ID.
Two of my better sales came this way as well. It all helps!
Congratulations again and cheers to many more sales!!!
Congratulations! I was also thrilled to see my first amazon earnings.. it's cool to brag about it!
Congratulations, SW! I love the unrelated items that people buy. Sometimes it's the best laugh I get all day - crotchless panties anyone?
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