I am worried, i have 14 clicks on my amazon account but yet no penny. How come? Should i take off amazon from my hubs and concentrate on adsense.
My naija sis, no too worry yourself 4 Amazon head. Leave am there. If e no pay no show. E no go kill you. One day e fit pay. Lol. That's just my way of showing we're both Nigerians. Just finding out about ya, basically.
Adsense earnings really only depend on a few things:
1. Are people finding your hubs through search engines that are looking for products to purchase?
2. Are the products featured really relevant to the content of your hubs?
I only make sales through amazon when promoting products that people are looking to buy. Since the Amazon cookie only lasts 24 hours on the viewers computer, if you're not targeting people who are looking to buy, you only have the chance of selling to impulse buyers. It happens, but is very rare.
That being said, I currently have a conversion rate of 3% of sales from clicks. That doesn't sound like a lot, but I am making 1-2 sales per day now. It takes a lot of clicks, usually!
Get a realistic attitude about how long it takes for retail sales to work. And remember, it takes sales to make money, not product views.
you're welcome! A good idea for selling amazon products is to write reviews on products that you use and love. You could do comparisons or simply write about one of your favorite possessions.
For example, I wrote a review on the Dell Mini 10 netbook. You get $25 from the sale of a laptop on Amazon, which is pretty darn cool.
by Mary McShane 3 years ago
I just got this email. Is terminating your account normal if you don't have any sales or referrals in 90 days????Hello,Thanks again for joining the Amazon Associates program. We’re reaching out to you because we have not seen sales activity on your account.At the time your application was...
by Dan Harmon 7 years ago
I recently opened a second HP account and, following directions from HP, signed it up for Amazon. Eventually I made one sale (for $100, darnit!) and found that it was credited to a totally separate Amazon account which will mean that the total sales will not be added together to determine the...
by superwags 7 years ago
Almost fell off my chair while checking my Amazon account for the first time in a week. Someone actually bought somehting!!! 3 things in fact!It's been a whole 2 months, but my amazon account is finally showing $2.94!!! WooHooo!!Thought I'd gloat!
by GAGANPREET SINGH BHATIA 5 years ago
Amazon Earnings? I have a big confusion & I require your help. I do not have a google adsense account right now, but my Amazon account is active & I have amazon capsules in all my articles. From last month I am seeing that whenever I open my Amazon account, it shows 0 clicks....
by Miss Donna 10 years ago
Hey all,I have tried to add specific Amazon ads to my last two hubs, and when I input the ASIN number into the capsule it says noresults found. I'm pulling the ASIN number directly from Amazon.Any ideas? A glitch? I'm hopeless? Thanks in advance!Donna
by Ultimate Hubber 7 years ago
What is considered a good or average conversion rate for Amazon products in general??
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