I ask because I've noticed that my my eBay earnings are unusually low. An off day or two isn't anything to write home about, but five days in a row of unusually low clicks does raise eyebrows. Has anyone noticed an odd drop off of clicks (or EPC for that matter) in the past few days?
My gut instinct is that I'm just not converting recently, but it seems odd to me that I'd have such a low number of click throughs with Hubs getting visitors from search traffic like "Buy (item) online." Those are typically guaranteed clicks, but who knows!
eBay seems to periodically toss some pennies my way every now and then. It's what I've learned to expect. Oh, well...
by Susan W3 years ago
Hi everyone, thanks for checking out this forum post. As the title suggests, I'd like to ask you all how your traffic situation is right now, post-Panda. I got a dreadful hit (a decrease of 50%) last week from Panda but...
by Ultimate Hubber7 years ago
Mine was the worst in many months for this Saturday.
by Ritsos5 years ago
I know there's a lot about this all over the place but thought it might be good to have feedback in one place s to whether traffic is recovering after the google hit and if so, roughly how much?I can't personally say as...
by paradigmsearch3 years ago
Amazingly, I'm getting high single-digit traffic daily. I'm starting to contemplate throwing some more questions in there.
by Dale Hyde3 years ago
I have noticed that for the past few weeks, especially this past seven day period, that my earnings per view has dropped dramatically. On an average, for the year I have been here, even during the slump viewing...
by Mary McShane14 months ago
I just got this email. Is terminating your account normal if you don't have any sales or referrals in 90 days????Hello,Thanks again for joining the Amazon Associates program. We’re reaching out to you...
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