Amazon Question

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  1. WryLilt profile image89
    WryLiltposted 8 years ago

    Ok silly question... but is thee a page on amazon to find out which pages/items are getting the most click throughs? Thanks.

  2. kirstenblog profile image76
    kirstenblogposted 8 years ago

    They do do a top sellers type page, with their top selling items but I don't think thats what you mean is it?

    1. WryLilt profile image89
      WryLiltposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      No... I use amazon capsules on most of my hubs and I want to see which hub topics send the most people to amazon.

      1. kirstenblog profile image76
        kirstenblogposted 8 years agoin reply to this

        I don't think amazon gives any kind of information that would mean you could track which hubs send folks to amazon. I don't know if analytics  would be able to give a rough indication or not but I find analytics confusing smile

        1. aroberts profile image67
          arobertsposted 8 years agoin reply to this

          Amazon seem to be a bit stingey with the traffic information they allow out as well as the commission rates and caps.

  3. englightenedsoul profile image59
    englightenedsoulposted 8 years ago

    Unfortunately no...Amazon just wants you to send potential buyers to their site and they can buy anything in the 24 hour period and it will be credited to you.  Sometimes you can see bizarre items in your order list.  Though you can create different tracking ID for amazon store..But to know which hubpages or product is getting you click is not possible

  4. shazwellyn profile image67
    shazwellynposted 8 years ago

    When you search for related items in the Amazon capsule for keywords associated with products, they bring up the most popular searches.  This essentially is something that is done for you automatically.

    If you want to find the most popular items first and then build a hub around it, I would suggest you pick a category from the list and browse what's new or featured.  Invariably what is most popular gets featured first anyway.

    However, really, if you are doing a product review, it is better that it was items that you have had personal experience with.  The writing always tells the reader what is genuine because if you believe in something in comes across as such.

    I dont know if this is a happy compromise and whether anyone else can add to this debate, it is only by what I have observed, others may think differently smile

 
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