Yesterday, when I checked my orders report, it showed 8 orders, and to what items were ordered.
Today, when I checked, they're still under the orders report and not earnings report.
Does that mean that the items are in the amazon shopping cart and not yet ordered? Or should I just wait and they'll show in my earnings report within a few days?
Also, I read on Amazon Affiliates that if an item is placed in the shopping cart withint he 24 hour cookie, but not purchased until a few days later, you still get the revenue. Is this correct? If so, what is the time span of the window?
These are items from January 6th.
Also, I shows that none of the items were from my own links, but I have one of the items on my hub. of all 8 sales I had one product link clicked for some book, but the book and the other items are not related. Example. Book and cell phone accessories.
It only goes to earnings after it has been paid for and shipped. They then pay you 60 days after the end of the month it was shipped in. Assuming you make over $100 in that month They then send a cheque - which means you should get paid +/- 120 days after it gets paid for LOL
Of course it doesn't take a genius to work out that they probably make the 4% they pay you by hanging on to the money for that long.
So, as long as it stays in the orders report, it's more than likely sitting in someone's cart?
If so, how long will it stay in my orders report if they (the buyer) don't pay?
by AllanWrites 8 years ago
Once you get your first 7 orders completed, and your commission rate jumps to 6%, does it stay there forever? Or does it reset each month?Also, do you have to get all seven orders in one month to meet the criteria for increased commission?Thanks.
by paradigmsearch 4 years ago
...recognize and not count our own clicks when we are logged in?
by Keith Ham 5 years ago
I've never generated a cent from these two programs and they've also never really worked properly. Constantly my adsense claims its active then I'm not approved, then it just mucks up everything. I'm not making any money on hubs as it is but this isn't helping anything.
by Spacey Gracey 7 years ago
I really should know this by now but....On the orders report there are five columns:1. Product link conversion2. Product link clicks3. Items ordered through product links4. Other items ordered5. Total items.I don't really understand what they mean.I get reports where there is a 1 in the 'items...
by LindaSmith1 4 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 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...
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