Is there any way to find out which Amazon products sale? I found that I had an Amazon sale that made $0.88, and I went on my Amazon affiliate site to check and it has no sales listed--probably too soon to post there. I'd just like to know what sold--whether it was one of my books or another product. On Squidoo, they used to let us know right away what sold. Why does HP keep this info. secret?
James, go into your account (HP account), click on earnings, then Amazon sales report. There you'll find the items sold, quantities, earnings, and date shipped.
@James, @bravewarrior has pointed you in the right direction. http://hubpages.com/forum/post/2725855
That Amazon Sales Report will display sales that occurred during your share of impressions. If it occurred during the HubPages share if impressions, then it will not be on that report.
Matthew, is there anything you can do about giving us more information about returns? I've had a lot of products that didn't ship, and I want to know why. I don't want to leave the HP Amazon program, and I'm hoping this can be resolved. Thanks for your help.
The information we receive from Amazon related to the HP Amazon program does not indicate why a product didn't ship or was returned.
If an item is returned or not shipped it will be reflected as a negative amount in the Amazon earnings report.
This info would not be on your Amazon affiliate site if you signed up to sell through your HP account...they are two different accounts. The HP account pays more, so most of us use it. You can find the info you seek, if you sold via the HP account, by going to your Earnings and then Amazon Sales Report. This will show what you sold, when you sold it, the selling price, your percentage and your earnings. It will not show a sale if the item was returned or not paid for.
This is definitely on my HP Amazon account. But there is no way to know if something is returned, except that it doesn't ship. I seem to be having a lot of items that don't ship. I'd still like to see what was sold, even if it doesn't ship, and if it was returned.
Hi Matthew, I'm not seeing any negatives. Instead, about 6 percent of the items sold through my links do not ship. This is high.
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by Sherry Hewins 7 days ago
With the slump in traffic and HP ad program earning, it's not a great time in my HubPages life. But, on the bright side, I have made at least one small Amazon sale every day this month. In fact, for the first time I am making more from Amazon than ad program.
by OregonWino 8 years ago
I had two seperate sales listed a couple of says ago and I login today and both are gone (and yes I checked the last quarter of 2009 etc...nothing!!) Anyone had something like this happen before?
by GreenMind Guides 3 months ago
A few weeks ago my earning percentage dropped from about 10% to about 5%. Is it just me?
by Holle Abee 9 years ago
Someone told me that she purchased products from Amazon via my hubs last week. This is not showing up on my affiliate account - not even any clicks! Why?? She said she got an email from Amazon that the items have been shipped already. I used the Amazon capsule to display the items on my hubs.
by Bill Manning 8 years ago
Well yesterday I posted how I got my first Amazon sale. Today I see I got 3 more! However, I noticed it does not show any money, and they are marked as ordered but not shipped. Does this mean you don't get credited for the sale until they ship?
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