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Does a HIGH CTR in Amazon matter? I'm talking like a 1,360,000% CTR rate

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by wasted, Jun 27, 2011.

  1. wasted

    wasted Jr. Executive VIP

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    Hey Guys,

    So the way that I'm using my amazon affiliate links are resulting in a Skewed CTR rate in my Amazon Dashboard.

    It is showing an over one million percent CTR rate and I'm scared I won't be paid.

    The only reason that I'm seeing this high CTR rate is that I'm not using their ads as they would like and I'm just using the root affiliate link so it is not counting impressions.

    So my stats show stuff like 10 impressions 100 clicks.

    Is this a problem? If so, what should I do?
     
  2. seocompanymail

    seocompanymail Regular Member

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    That is a big problem anywhere. It means you are not using the tools they provide and modifying the code which is against their terms and conditions.
     
  3. strackal

    strackal Newbie

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    hate bumping old threads but did you get a resolution to this? got a similar issue but havn't been altering code. Can you pm if possible?
     
  4. Hadouken

    Hadouken Registered Member

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    Anyone have any fresh insight on this? OP never got an answer and never replied to my PM asking if he was banned or paid for this. Impressions arent recording, so I have like 50,000% click through rate.