I was extremely excited when I checked my Amazon Associate's page this morning, here's why:
I usually check it everyday to see if I got any new clicks, and to see if I finally made my first sale.
This morning however, when I checked it, my clicks were up from 8 yesterday, to 12, and those 4 clicks lead to a customer purchasing 19 items! Sure they were mostly small items, but everything counts.
So as of right now, I have 12 clicks and 19 ordered items. I can't wait until they ship so I can see what they tally up to be. Probably just a few bucks but it is extremely motivational to finally get that first Amazon sale!
That's motivating for you. I don't seem to have any luck with Amazon products and have changed to Ebay instead.
It depends on what the topic is, but the one that got me my first sale is my "How To Prepare For A Blackout" hub, in which I have a couple items after each text section. But there are some of my hubs where I have gotten a click or two with only one amazon item on them
by Sharilee Swaity 7 years ago
Last month, I got 37 clicks with no sales from Amazon. Does anyone have any wisdom about how to increase the conversion rate from Amazon? I mean, they are obviously interested enough in something to click on it, but not enough to buy. I wonder if it's a lot it being January, too.
by Ultimate Hubber 8 years ago
What is considered a good or average conversion rate for Amazon products in general??
by Bill Manning 8 years ago
I'm hardly a newbie to making money online, already working full time at home for the past three years.But for some reason I've never had any luck with Amazon sales. I see I finally got my first sale the other day. Like most of my other sales I think it came from one of my own sites, a Harry Potter...
by Sabrina Yuquan Chen (陈玉泉) 7 years ago
I've got 1025 amazon clicks for January, but only 23 items sold. I'm curious if this is typical for the month after the holidays? I personally feel that I have lower than average conversion. I've got quite some traffic on my beyblade hubs, yet no beyblade has been sold, isn't it strange?
by aa lite 4 years ago
I changed over to the HP Amazon program as soon as I could, mainly so I could get paid through paypal rather than by cheque.By now I've had 256 click throughs to Amazon and ………1 item ordered (!!!). That's a conversion rate of less than 0.5%.Before switching my conversion rate was 4.5% (440...
by smanty 7 years ago
This is just a quick question that I was sort of curious about because I have not earned anything from Amazon products. I was curious as to how many views you generally receive before you see a purchase from amazon through one of your links?Thanks!
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