Amazon Associates Reports Module
WZone comes with a new module, it’s An Amazon Associates Report Module.
By using the Amazon Associates Reports you can now check straight into WZone’s Interface how your conversions are going.
This is a BETA Module, so it only works for the United States. We will implement other affiliate countries in the following updates.
If you might have noticed, in your Amazon Associates account, you have something called Reports – they are a powerful tool that you can use to increase your profits.
As an affiliate in the Amazon Associates Program, you have a range of reports at your disposal.
These not only offer a real-time overview of the current status of any orders made via one of your Affiliate links, but also provide a detailed overview of your earnings.
You can check reports from Today / Yesterday / Last 7 days / Last 30 days / Last 60 days / Last 90 days
What you will find useful in our new Amazon Associates Reports Module:
A great looking chart with the following informations:
The number of clicks on your Affiliate links.
2. Ordered Items
Total number of items ordered through your Amazon Associates links.
3. Shipped Items
Total number of items that were actually shipped to customers.
4. Returned Items
Total number of ‘returned’ items (when customers return products for a refund).
5. Shipped Items Revenue
This column totals the order value of all products ordered via the corresponding Tracking ID, including VAT.
6. Total Earnings
Total earnings from referral fees.
Ordered Items Table
Also, you can view a table with some detailed informations about the items ordered like:
Product ASIN / Item Link / Clicks / Conversions / Direct Ordered Items / Indirect Ordered Items / Ordered Items
Direct Ordered items = purchases made from your website for a precise product
Indirect Ordered Items = purchases made through the 90 days cookie
Link Type Performance Table
Here you can see the following:
Link Group / Clicks / Conversions / Number of items ordered / Items Shipped / Earnings
Also, which is very important for users using the PA API, you can see a table with information about the Link Type Performance.
What is this? It’s a precise overview of the performance data from your used Affiliate links. Direct requests to the Amazon Product Advertising API (PA API) are also included.
Note that your account will lose access to Product Advertising API 5.0 if it has not generated referring sales for a consecutive 30-day period.
In order to maintain access to the PA API, the links sent to Amazon must not be direct links, so you can either use the “Add to cart” option from WZone or simply activate the 90 days cookie.
If you use direct links, the sales you will generate will not be taken into consideration as PA API Links, and you will be able to see them as “Product Links” in the Link Type Performance table.