One of my recent Amazon sales was a 24 pack of ramen noodles.
They must have left you and came to visit me - I sold 2 12 packs of chips of some kind.
Funnier (at least to me) is that I recently wrote a hub reviewing a TV wall mount. It got the expected couple of dozen hubber views, of which one actually produced a sale. It has not seen a view since then, up until last night.
If I can convince hubbers to buy, maybe I've got a real winner here!
Sometimes it's easy to figure out what hub a sale might have come from and sometimes it isn't. (At least for me)
I don't think any of my hubs have featured noodles of any kind-- and I don't know which hub it came from. I also sold three books about Christian Science and I don't have anything related to that in my hubs, so I assume someone can click on a product you have listed, then switch to another thing to buy and you still get credit--right?
That's exactly right. I believe that anything put into the shopping basket in 24 hours and bought withing a week (not sure about that, but it's more than a day) or something is ours.
I'd guess that less than 1/4 of what I sell is something directly from a link I provide. That means that 3/4 of it are things I can't know which hub produced the original click through - wish I could.
Times are tough and ramen is cheap! Maybe you should write a hub with recipes for ramen.
That's not a bad idea. Ramen and chips, ramen pizza, ramen and oreos...
Stop! You're making me ill. I'm not a fan of Ramen; might as well eat boiled straw.
Actually, I like ramen now and then. I always buy the chicken flavor, which is silly, because I always throw out the packet of chemicals (that is called flavoring), and add my own seasoning or some v-8 juice. There is nothing nutritious about the noodles, but it is cheap and quick.
Darn! Now I have inadvertently disclosed one of my recipes.
I have high school and probably middle schoolers reading my hubs...
I once had a purchase for a multi-pack of condoms! WTH? lol
Ramen noodles, college students love em. But as an outreach Case Manager, we called them 'crackhead soup' so it's either college students or...............:0)
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