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Displayed on one of my Amazon capsules...
Amazon Price: $23.92
List Price: $18.95
Hopefully an anomaly...
I checked the capsules on 4 other hubs. All were as they should be.
I've rescheduled my heart attack until tomorrow. At which point I will check things again.
Just guessing here, but I remember the old Amazon capsules had this at one point. The Amazon price is usually the price to buy it from Amazon. The list price is the price of third party sellers, which is often cheaper, but more expensive on postage. Just gives buyers options, that's all.
Well, sports fans... Here's what the Amazon capsule had to say this morning...
Amazon Price: $32.74
List Price: $24.45
If there happen to be any screams echoing across the forums later today, be not afraid. It is just the said Amazon capsule noticing my mouse arrow approaching the red X...
If a person is interested in the product being displayed, they would still click on the Amazon link .
Then when they look at the other prices they would notice that the postage is higher from the other provider and go back. ---- that's my theory, anyway I wouldn't worry about it.
by Hearts and Lattes3 years ago
I am realizing that sometimes up to 2/3 of my audience is using smartphones to access my hubs, yet 90% of my Amazon sales are from desktop/laptop/tablet users. This makes me think that a lot of smartphone users are...
by IzzyM2 years ago
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by Sharilee Swaity7 years ago
I have a question for those of you who use Amazon in your hubs. Let's say that you are writing a hub with a list of different products. Do you think it's better to put all the amazon stuff at the bottom of the hub, all...
by Kuan Leong Yong22 months ago
Are Amazon links in hub a waste of time?Do people even click on those? How likely are people to buy something just after reading a hub?
by sid_candid7 years ago
I had my last amazon sale in January this year and nothing for 3 months of February, March and April. Finally this month I have sold 3 items on Amazon and made some money. I think this is encouraging. What about others,...
by Liz Elias13 months ago
I'm sure this has come up before...(**imagine teeny-tiny font, and red face...maybe it was even I who asked**), but I do not recall the answer. I rarely get sales from my Amazon capsules, and when I do, it...
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