I feel we need more detailed reports on orders.
I had 4 orders last week that have not been shipped yet - this could be because they were cancelled or because they are pre-orders. Without seeing the details of the order I have no idea what happened to the order.
I, too, would like to see orders when they are placed if it is possible. Instead we see orders when they are shipped (the actual item) in the "Amazon Sales Report" section. If they just showed up there when placed, with a zero earnings until shipped, it would be helpful.
One of the differences between the HubPages Amazon program and using the older plain Amazon affiliate program is that the reports we see from Amazon for the former lack many details.
Part of this is also that Amazon has a 60 day processing window and can make a refund or debit weeks after a sale if something is returned for example.
But it was always was that way. Amazon could always "take away" a commission weeks after shipping it; that's why they didn't pay for 60+ days.
What we're (or at least I) am asking for, if possible, is that the order shown in My Earnings Reports Amazon be shown in My Earnings Amazon as well. When the purchase is made, in other words, it shows up with a description of what was bought whether it has shipped or not. When it has shipped, add the commission amount.
by Glenn Stok 4 years ago
I have been keeping a close eye on my Amazon sales and shipments by displaying the Earnings Reports to show Amazon "All Time" and it shows that 10 items never were shipped yet. Seven (7) of those 10 items are pending shipment for over two weeks now, and maybe much longer. I can't...
by LindaSmith1 3 years ago
I know it can take up to 7 days for an ordered product to be shipped out, and that Amazon does not show ordered product on earnings report until it is shipped out. My estimation is that it has been 7 days since product was ordered, but earnings report still does not show it. If somebody...
by Christy Kirwan 2 months ago
Heads up! We’re changing the way we calculate Amazon earnings for participants in the HubPages Amazon Program (external Amazon affiliate users will not be affected).The changes we are making are necessary for the HubPages Amazon Program to work properly on AMP pages. Plus, authors will have more...
by Marina 4 years ago
We're excited to officially launch the HubPages Amazon Program, a new way for you to earn from Amazon products on your Hubs! The Amazon Program offers a very high Amazon commission tier because the volume of sales across all of HubPages is aggregated for the benefit of the entire community. Most...
by Claudia Mitchell 4 years ago
I recently switched over the to HP Amazon program and am confused about the reports. When I took a look at my amazon earnings report this evening it only shows numbers through Monday, March 24. Is the reporting for this new Amazon program always a few days behind? Thank you.
by lrohner 7 years ago
Is it just me, or did anyone else's Amazon reports not update for yesterday? My summary has been updated, but my Earnings and Orders reports are showing no activity.
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