Do you find you make more money from the Ebay or Amazon program?
In the short time I have been on HubPages, I've found that E-Bay is better. I've never made one cent from amazon. I've even stopped using amazon.
In my mind I would think Amazon would be better than Ebay, and probably just one of the best places to make money promoting products ever. But, I have no Amazon sales either, so I think I might focus on Ebay more. Thanks for your experience )
I am yet to make even a single penny on Amazon and I've been on hubpage for almost a year
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