I made my last amazon sale almost a month back on 29th October. With the holiday season I was expecting amazon sales all through November. But had no sale till now in November. Today when I checked my Amazon account i had 6 ordered items and 1 shipped item. I am happy. This is my 2nd month with amazon and if all the items get shipped I will see a 200% rise in amazon revenue compared to last month.
I'm in the same boat - Amazon is generally good for 5 or 6 sales and maybe $5 a month. This month already has 40 sales and $50!
Not sure what's happened (probably Christmas) but I'm not complaining!
Amazon for me is jogging along, good month but no great increase in sales. I need a billionaire to log on and do all their Christmas shopping in one sitting! LOL
Well, it wasn't a billionaire, but I'm sure I saw some of that. Somebody bought 8 Charlie Brown DVD's (that I didn't push at all) and someone else bought a pack of tools (that I did push). Even with those, though, I'm still seeing a great increase in other stuff, including several $100+ items.
I expect it to die after mid december, but who knows?
Hey Sid I am so pleased for you. Let this be the start of great things, eh?
I have had 8 items shipped, not expensive ones though, waiting for my first engagement ring or laptop sale lol
Amazon is getting better each month, although I won't say how much I've earnt yet, I will say it's my best month so far, looking back on my earning notes.
I didn't really start getting any Amazon sales until July/August, but I am pleased to note that (unlike my adsense) earnings have doubled each month since.
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