Has anyone else slowed down on their Amazon sales besides me?
I was averaging pretty good on my Amazon sales except for this past week has dropped to no sales. Just wondering if anyone else is had the same problem
I have never had a single amazon sale! So I cant say Ive seen a drop, but it would sure be nice to see at least one!
Mine actually picked up last week - though, I'd really like to know if there is a way you can find out which hub it came from.
I've only ever had the two sales...and this latest one was my biggest ever, but had nothing to do with any of my hubs...so was a click through that went in to buy something else - therefore I have no idea which hub it was from!
I'm off to check out more of your hubs to see if I can make sense of how people get Amazon sales weekly (not gonna use your subject or anything - checking placement, items etc...) Thanks!
How in the heck do you guys even get Amazon sales? In 2 years I maybe got a couple of ebay sales and zero amazon sales. Not a single one. Is it based on volume because if that's the case I know why but if you had to guess just as a ballpark, how many visits before you get a return?
Well I would also like to know how people are making four dollars a day just from the hub ad program. This is what the average is and I'm always around a dollar to a dollar and a half. I have never made over two dollars an day from the & program
Huh?? I get about 22cents at the most a day from the Hub Ad program. I average about $4 a month from everything!. I THINK, though, it's people who have a large amnt of 'guest' comments (lotsa mates). I've looked at a few that claim large $$..
@patty i'm not sure whether you would be penalized but I don't think that you would get any commission
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