What does Impressions mean in Earnings Program report?
I am noticing that there are many impressions recorded on my eBay program, but not that many clicks. I am still a novice in this matter, can anyone explain what does that mean, and whether that adds anything to my earnings.
Short version: Somebody has seen the product on hub, but had no interest in it so they did not click on your Ebay product.
Although you need views to get clicks, you need those views and clicks to convert into sales.
We get paid for Sales, not clicks, not impressions, not views of Amazon or Ebay products.
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