Sales is the total value of products sold attributed to your ads. Attribution depends on campaign type.
When shoppers click your ads and later purchase one of the products advertised, we attribute the sale to your ad campaign. The time period for measuring purchases after a click is called an attribution window. If shoppers return to your product and purchases it within the attribution window, that sale will be included in your sales data.
For Sponsored Products, sales data consists of the product sales resulting from ad clicks within 7 days. You can view sales attributed to a campaign for a given time frame by downloading a Campaign Performance report.
Sales data includes sales of the advertised products as well as sales of the other products in your inventory. For example, if a click on your ad for a blue shirt generates a sale for one of your red shirts, this is included in total sales.
For Sponsored Brands, sales data consists of sales resulting from ad clicks within 14 days. This includes sales of the advertised products as well as sales of other products within your brand that resulted from clicks on your ads, regardless of whether they were sold by you or by others.
Unlike Sponsored Products campaigns, Sponsored Brands will be shown to shoppers regardless of who presents the featured offer, helping you gain more impressions with shoppers on Amazon to promote your brand.
For example, if you own an athletic equipment brand, your Sponsored Brands ad for your new running shoe collection could also include sales for your brand’s socks and workout clothing. This allows you to see how your ad spend is having an impact beyond just the advertised product and increasing awareness of your brand.
For Sponsored Display, sales data consists of sales resulting from ad clicks within 14 days. Sales data for "Views" campaigns doesn't include products within your brand sold by third-party sellers.
For Stores, sales consist of the product sales generated by Store visitors within 14 days of their last visit to your Store.
There are two types of attributed sales and units we use in our calculations:
In addition, we attribute sales to Stores traffic source and pages as follows:
For attributed orders, if an attributed order contained multiple products that appear on separate pages, the order will be attributed only to the last page viewed and the traffic source of that page view.