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?
From what I've read, 4 to 6% is average and 10 to 12% is very good. Type "Amazon conversion rates" into search and you'll find a bunch of discussions on this topic.
For me, my rough average is one customer per 50 clicks, tho that can vary a lot over the period of a year. At the moment I am doing much better then that so I expect a real lull soon
I was assuming now was a bad time of year with it being just after Christmas. Kinda wish I had discovered Hubpages a month sooner.
I am doing pretty good so far this month (I know, I know, its only the 6th ) but I didn't make my first sale till this time last year (was a long time before I made any sales basically). Now that I do manage sales each month (often reaching at least one of the higher tier levels) I find that a 1 to 50 ratio seems pretty average, good. I find getting the clicks in the first instance is the hardest part, once a person clicks an add there is a good chance they intend to buy (tho there are a number of reasons why they don't, including not buying till your referral cookie has expired). Amazon do do a good job of selling once the traffic is on their site. Keep those hubs coming, with good content and ad placement. Best of luck to you!
by Ultimate Hubber 7 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 Bev G 8 minutes ago
We have another thread connected to this, but no-one from the staff side has responded. The recent changes in the structure of Amazon commission seem to have had a detrimental affect. While the number of sales has not decreased, earnings have halved this month.89 shipped sales (103 total sales so...
by aa lite 4 years ago
I changed over to the HP Amazon program as soon as I could, mainly so I could get paid through paypal rather than by cheque.By now I've had 256 click throughs to Amazon and ………1 item ordered (!!!). That's a conversion rate of less than 0.5%.Before switching my conversion rate was 4.5% (440...
by Richieb799 7 years ago
How many clicks in a month do you usually get before you get an order?
by Mary McShane 3 years ago
I just got this email. Is terminating your account normal if you don't have any sales or referrals in 90 days????Hello,Thanks again for joining the Amazon Associates program. We’re reaching out to you because we have not seen sales activity on your account.At the time your application was...
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