This morning, there were three sales on my Amazon page (and yes, they were definitely sales and not clicks because specific products were purchased). However, I didn't make anything from it. Is it because of that whole five minute thing, where buyers have to make the purchase almost immediately in order for it to count? Or are there certain products that we don't get a share for?
Orders show up immediately, but you don't earn anything until the items are actually shipped. You should see the numbers broken down -- Items Ordered and Items Shipped.
And I believe Amazon still has a 24 hour cookie unless I'm totally mistaken.
by Lily Rose7 years ago
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by Glenn Stok3 years ago
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by aa lite3 years ago
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by Liz Elias3 years ago
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by lrohner7 years ago
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by Anolinde7 years ago
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