Earning from Amazon

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  1. sid_candid profile image61
    sid_candidposted 6 years ago

    I have never earned big with Amazon. I am planning to write product hubs to boost my Amazon revenue. What would be your advice? I am unable to decide on these 3 options:

    i) Write Amazon product hubs on this same account.

    ii) Open a new account specifically for Amazon product hubs

    iii) Write at some other site like Infobarrel, Squidoo etc.

    1. wilderness profile image96
      wildernessposted 6 years agoin reply to this

      The only advice I can offer is my experience.  I started a second account late last year doing nothing but sales hubs and wrote about 20 of them.  Out of those only a couple did much, at 10-15 views per day.  The others might reach 5, but were often 0.  These are post panda views.

      I just left them alone for several months, but about a month ago they all suddenly went to 0 and stayed there for weeks.  I finally took the best 3 or 4 and put them in my main account, where they are getting around 20 - 30 views each almost every day.

      My conclusion is that that account became a plunger - google didn't like nothing but sales hubs.  The same hubs that got 10 views now get 20 or better, so they aren't bad hubs, they were just in the wrong place.

      It might have helped if I'd actually used that account, forum posting and maintaining its presence, but I actually doubt it.  For now it still languishes, getting a view or two every week or two, and I have no real reason to do anything with it.  Maybe I'll turn it into a political account or something.  Something that is controversial and will draw comments maybe.

  2. KCC Big Country profile image87
    KCC Big Countryposted 6 years ago

    I have never found a good reason to open another account.  I know some like keeping their stuff separate, but I prefer having it all on one account.

  3. sagebrush_mama profile image66
    sagebrush_mamaposted 6 years ago

    Don't overuse amazon links in the capsules...I've finally gotten my amazon links down to where my top keyword is no longer "price" or "amazon".  My traffic  is just getting back to pre panda levels.

 
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