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 hubpages, but I still kept things up and I will still getting views and clicks. Today I decided to check my report after over a month of forgetting about it to my surprise I made a sale on an HD TELEVISION...Out of all the things, probably the most expensive thing I have listed!! This is definitely making me rethink forgetting about amazon now!!
WOW! Awesome! Congratulations to that great big sale on Amazon! I've never had a sale that big. I'm so thrilled for you. Congrats again. Here's to more Amazon sales for you... Cheers!
well done, once you get one sale they tend to come along reasonably regularly, even post panda
Congrats, moving up to the big time now. Hope you have many more sales.
Congratulations Lookatmenow. It takes a while for it to happen but when does it is a good feeling when you finally get a sales.
I still have hope.. looks like I have time to make my first Amazon sale LOL
Hmmm...must be Father's Day...
No really...nice going lookatmenow. I occasionally get some big Amazon purchases. But it's always something other than what I was advertising. I get lots of clicks on my other affiliate sites for Amazon products, but very few purchases. I think most people are clicking just because they're curious. Perhaps Amazon isn't as good at sealing the deal as we'd like.
Christmas is usually a good time for Amazon sales. Otherwise it's totally unpredictable.
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 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 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 Lgali 9 years ago
Wow $3.56 from my first amazon sale -party time
by bogerk 7 years ago
A little over 2 months and I just made my first Amazon sale. It was on a "Product Review" type of Hub, so those who recommend those Hubs for sales are dead-on at this point.Thanks for all the help!
by txgal 7 years ago
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!!
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