I was wondering if anyone use FB, Twitter of Adwords paid advertising for their hubs or any other type of paid adverts there are on the web.
I highly doubt it Since we're not selling anything on the hubs - services nor products, it would be a total loss. Since the amazon commissions are next to nothing compared to the costs you're going to pay (considering the CTR and buy rate)
Thanks Brandon, I was just wondering, I use to see talk of Adwords in the forums a while back so was just curious how they did it.
I would only run an Adword campaign directed to my own site. Link to hubs from there.
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