How can I track which Hubs are generating Amazon sales?
How can I track which Hubs are generating Amazon sales? I can track what is being sold, the sales amount, and commission paid. Many times the item purchased is unrelated to what I have on my Hubpage, which makes it impossible to see which Hub generated the sale. I am using the HubPages' Amazon program rather than my own personal account. Is there a tool on Hubpages to track this?
Unfortunately right now you can only track Amazon sales in total, not per hub. You can look at which hubs got a lot of traffic on days you made sales, and then make guestimates, but that is as close as you can get.
by Glen7 years ago
by IzzyM2 years ago
Now that we are 'all in this together' so to speak with the new HP Amazon program, it is in all our interests to get as many sales as possible, as we will all benefit.I'll start.If your hub is all about cleaning...
by Chinweike7 years ago
I just checked my Amazon account and noticed i have made a sale. Though not much, it's just $3.89 as commission. And guess what, it came from the hub i least expect would give me any sales.So happy to be saying...
by Hearts and Lattes3 years ago
I am realizing that sometimes up to 2/3 of my audience is using smartphones to access my hubs, yet 90% of my Amazon sales are from desktop/laptop/tablet users. This makes me think that a lot of smartphone users are...
by johndwilliams3 years ago
My Amazon sales are dead in the water. My Amazon Caps are discrete - I have added only when directly related to a product.I am not getting much traffic at the mo, so I guess this is an issue. I posted around 60 Hubs in...
by Nathan Bernardo3 years ago
I was wondering if it's possible to have a feature in which we can tell which Hub made a specific Amazon sale, kind of like we have with the eBay sales. It'd be handy and satisfy much curiosity.
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