One thing I feel is missing from the eBay program reports is the ability to see which hub generated a click.
Currently the reports only displays the total number of clicks.
While the eBay sales report does indicate which hub generated a sale I don't feel that information is quite as important as clicks since we're not paid on sales, only clicks.
I think that seeing this data would be helpful for improving earnings and promoting the right products on our hubs.
If I can produce more clicks for eBay they should see more sales as a result and everyone wins.
by Brandon Lobo5 years ago
I just noticed that I don't get reports on my Adsense clicks in my adsense account based on individual sites. I added my subdomain as a URL channel under My Ads. What do I need to do in order to get reports as to how...
by Joanie Ruppel7 years ago
Many months ago I suggested a feature that would allow Analytics to track outbound clicks. http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/4077The key use for such a feature would be to track click throughs to Amazon (or Ebay)For...
by Mary McShane2 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...
by Akhil Dev3 years ago
How can I track amazon clicks ? I clicked amazon link on one of my own hubs to check if it is working.. but Amazon Reports didnt register that click.. .Still number of clicks 0 .. Anybody know why??
by PoeticPhilosophy3 years ago
I asked a long time ago, 2 times actually, if I had my amazon program set-up properly. I was leery about it, because I bring in fantastic traffic and could not come to grips with why I was not getting sales..After 5...
by David Zermeño4 years ago
I really don't know what to do...keep using Amazon capsules or change to Ebay due to the easier report in HubPages. Help would be good in this case.
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