In my post, I show you how to check your Amazon affiliate earnings and the items purchased using your Amazon affiliate link, step by step.
You can access your affiliate sales report via your Amazon affiliate account dashboard. The report summary offers data for the last 30-days. Click the View Full Report to get more information.
Let us check your Amazon affiliate earnings.
Check Amazon Affiliate Earnings
Amazon Affiliate Account Earnings Summary
To view your Amazon affiliate account earnings summary for the last 30-days, go to the Amazon affiliate program login page and Sign In.
Enter your details to access your account.
After signing in, you see an earnings overview for the last 30 days on the left. A summary for the current month is on the right.
Your Amazon affiliate account is updated once every 24 hours.
Amazon affiliates earn a commission on shipped items only. If you have Total Ordered Items on your account but no earnings, this is because the customer hasn’t received the item.
Once the customer receives their item, this changes to Total Shipped Items and earns a commission.
Amazon Affiliate Account Activity Report
To view a full account activity report, click on View Full Report.
The default date range is the last day Amazon updated your account.
To change, select the Custom Date Range link.
Select one of the options, then select Apply.
Do you have more than one website? Ensure to select the correct tracking ID from the menu.
The report summary graph shows earnings, clicks, and ordered items.
Under the graph, there’s a summary of clicks, ordered items, shipped items, returned items, conversion, shipped items revenue, bonus, and total earnings.
Ordered Items And Link Performance
Under the graph, you can view ordered items and what type of link is generating the most sales for you.
There are three tabs, Ordered Items, Earnings, and Link Type Performance.
Ordered Items Tab
The Ordered Items tab shows you the items ordered, the quantity ordered, and the affiliate links used.
In my example, a visitor used an affiliate link to go to the duffel bag product page on Amazon.
This visitor also bought other items. Amazon affiliates get a commission on all items purchased by the visitor.
The Earnings tab shows you the number of items shipped, retail price, and commission earned.
Link Type Performance
The Link Type Performance shows you what affiliate links on your website drive the most traffic.
The Link Type Performance tab helps you improve your affiliate income. Find your best-performing links and use more of those on your blog posts.
How Much Do Amazon Affiliates Make?
Amazon affiliates get paid a percentage of the retail sale price. Products are categorized, and each category has a fixed commission income rate.
To view the latest commission rates. Click on the View Full Report tab on your affiliate account dashboard.
Next, click on the Commission Schedule tab.
The latest commission rates open in a new browser tab.
Amazon Affiliate Clicks But No Earnings
If you get clicks but no commission, please visit my Why Your Amazon Affiliate Account Has Clicks But No Earnings post to learn more.
Joining the Amazon affiliate program is an excellent way to earn money from your blog. The program is free to Join. Check out my How to sign up for the Amazon affiliate program post to learn how to apply.
Your Amazon affiliate dashboard shows statistics for the current month and the last 30 days.
To see a detailed report, click on the View Full Report link. Choose a date period and affiliate tracking ID.
The full report allows you to check your affiliate earnings by items sold and link type used by your visitor.
Your affiliate account data is updated once every 24 hours.
To view the latest affiliate commission rates. First, click on the View Full Report link. Then select the Commission Schedule tab.
I hope you found my post informative. If you have any questions, please leave them in the comments box.
The Amazon affiliate is an excellent program to join. But there are numerous rules you must follow. Check out my How To Not Get Banned From The Amazon Associates Program post to learn more.