I would like to know how is it that I have a person that purchased two irems off my amazon market but I have not reflected this in a the form of money just clicks. So do I not get paid for this or does it have to be a certain amount they purchased or a certain amount of people that purchaed through my market?
You only get paid for sales, not clicks on Amazon.
As I said in my post I had one person buy two items.
The purchases may have been made in the HubPage % of the time - it is I think still 60/40. You can check this information out at the Learning Center at the bottom of the page.
BTW - The products on your hubs are meant to relate to the subject of the hub.
It seems to me that the figures you see on the current report sale-wise are always 2 months behind, so you may well find these sales show up in two months time.
You do not get paid and it does not show up until the items are shipped.
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