My Ebay sales report shows that 5 sales were made through my Ebay capsules yet the amount on my earnings report for that day shows 0 clicks, how can that be?
On the Ebay Sales report page it says;
"Please also note that the data below are on all impressions on this Hub, including both your share (60%), and ours and anyone else sharing that remaining 40% (including referrers)."
So maybe the sales weren't made on your 60% of impressions.
Also, I'm not sure if "click date" is always the same as the earnings credited date. If the item sold is listed in an auction (rather than a Buy it Now product), then the sale might not have happened on the click date.
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by Mahaveer Sanglikar3 years ago
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by Sally Gulbrandsen3 years ago
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by Krzysztof Willman4 weeks ago
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