Maybe I'm missing it---it's entirely possible---but I seem to think that there is a way to tell what page your Amazon sell came from? I can go into reports and see clicks and earnings but I'm just not seeing how to tell what page made the sell---especially when the product may not be related to anything you actually list in Amazon. I'd appreciate any insight.
No, you can't. The best you can do is use trackers to see which account they came from.
I have an Amazon app on my phone that shows me which products are getting clicks without sales though.
Hey Susannah what app are you talking about? That would be pretty helpful!
Thanks WryLilt. I agree, is there a name for the app. I'd be interested.
This is the app. There is a free and paid version. I have the paid one, but since I get regular Amazon sales, I use it regularly.
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