How many clicks in a month do you usually get before you get an order?
I don't even notice the clicks I get on Amazon, just the sales.
It varies - depending mostly on the subject/product targeted. From most of what I have heard, a 4% conversion rate is decent.
Personally, I have averaged around 4% since I started getting Amazon sales about six months back. Last month my conversion was a bit better, at about 6%.
On the other hand, today I managed 125 clicks with one product sold!
I am new to Amazon (not even a month). My 4th click was converted into a sale. But I believe its the sale that matter and not the clicks. It is almost impossible to draw a pattern of average as to how many clicks need to happen before a sale happens.
Hey Richie, I wouldn't worry about the clicks. Be glad you're getting them. The clicks mean that they clicked on your link to go to Amazon. If they didn't buy anything, then you didn't really sell the product on your hub.
I know the feeling- I've made 10+ sales this month and have 925 clicks. I will be revamping my sales hubs if this continues.
Oh good, I'm in good company then. I'm just happy my sales are increasing.
My conversion rate is usually somewhere in between 8-9%. I think much of it depends on how you are targeting your articles.
You can lead a horse to water, but you can't make 'em drink. I feel good if I get them to click, but I sure would be thrilled if they'd drink up more often.
by Ultimate Hubber 8 years ago
What is considered a good or average conversion rate for Amazon products in general??
by Sharilee Swaity 7 years ago
Last month, I got 37 clicks with no sales from Amazon. Does anyone have any wisdom about how to increase the conversion rate from Amazon? I mean, they are obviously interested enough in something to click on it, but not enough to buy. I wonder if it's a lot it being January, too.
by Andrew Orrell 8 years ago
On average what are people's Amazon conversion rates like? So far I have had about 40 Amazon clicks, but no sales. How many clicks does it take to get a sale? I no this depends on lots of factors but just wondered what the general average is?
by aa lite 4 years ago
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by Bill Manning 8 years ago
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