I have published a few now on the relationships and Friendship, any idea how you earn money from your hubs?
Any ideas will be welcome..
I will tell you a small amount of information that I can fit in here. First, make sure you have all your affiliate settings set at. http://hubpages.com/my/affiliate
Next, just start putting up amazon, and ebay blocks in your hubs. By the way, how many page views are you getting a day?
After that, start promoting your hub by talking in the forums lots, and answering question. Adding more and more to your hubs until they get about 500 words helps too. Also, Keep adding hubs at this time.
Hoped I helped, hub on!
LOLOL Seeing as one of your first hubs is entitled "make money online research process" which is already published here:
http://www.articlesnatch.com/Article/In … --/1228175
I heartily suggest deleting all your hubs, learning something about this - and then start writing hubs about making money online.
"This article is from Geoffrey Awunyo, the affiliate marketer and a business owner and entrepreneur to help readers to learn about targeted traffic based on internet marketing research"
Lol Well spotted Mark. I didn't bother to check the hubs. Good to see someone is on the ball
I find it hilarious that people claiming to be "internet marketing experts" ask dumb questions like this in the forum.
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