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Title: "Add To Cart" and "Ordered Items"
Post by: [Not Shown, Login to View] on Mar 26, 2018
Good day everyone, I want anyone in the house to tell me if I am progressing with Amazon so far with these reports in the screenshot I uploaded.

I also want to know something about ordered items and add to cart.

Will I know when a customer I sent to Amazon added items to their cart? Will it show in my report?

Is add to cart the same when a customer ordered an item.

Is my Click Through Rate and impressions encouraging?

The screenshot of the report is below.

Thanks for explicit explanation.
Title: Re: "Add To Cart" and "Ordered Items"
Post by: [Not Shown, Login to View] on Mar 26, 2018
Will I know when a customer I sent to Amazon added items to their cart? Will it show in my report?
No it wont

Is add to cart the same when a customer ordered an item.
No. The ordered item is when the customer PAYS for the item. And it will only reflect in your reports when the product has been SHIPPED. When a customer adds an item to their cart then they most likely want to buy and its a good sign because if they pay within 30 days of adding it then you will still get the commission. I'm not too sure about the number of days now but it used to be about 30 days.

Is my Click Through Rate and impressions encouraging?
Yes they are encouraging but if you are not recording any sales yet then the clicks don't really mean a thing. It is the conversion rate you should watch for, as in how many of those clicks lead to actual buys. You may not get the data immediately but give it like a week and check the data again (for the last 7 days). Because even if someone buys and pays today, you may only see it a few days later after the item has been shipped.

Title: Re: "Add To Cart" and "Ordered Items"
Post by: [Not Shown, Login to View] on Mar 26, 2018
Thanks for your answer.


The number of days items can be valid in the cart are now 90 days.
Title: Re: "Add To Cart" and "Ordered Items"
Post by: [Not Shown, Login to View] on Mar 29, 2018
Okay thanks for the info.

Another thing too watch out for is the location of your source traffic because this can affect sales. How are you getting your traffic and what country are they coming from?