I’m trying to understand what the item stats mean but am stumped. The income amount makes sense but the purchases does not. Here’s an [made up] example. What does the first line mean – 4.29 what’s per month? If the item has sold only once, how could it be 4.29 p/m?
1 purchase (4.29 p/month) $10.50 total ($10.50 p/month)
Yeap. Can’t understand too.
16 sales per 4 months = 4 sales p/m
4 sales per 1 month = 4 sales p/m of course.
1 sale per 0.25 month (after approve for sale) = 4 sales p/m.
imo good musican should be good mathematician and logician
Okay, so the monthly sales is computed by extrapolating the weekly sales, and assuming that there are 30 days in a 7 day week. 30/7 = 4.29 (rounded up) * sales (1). Makes sense once you know the numbers they are using.
However, I’m seeing single sale items in the same month having completely different sales per month. Items sold earlier have lower sales p/m, so I think the value must be divided by the number of weeks since the items first sale.
That clears it up for me. Cheers!
imo good musican should be good mathematicianreally?? noooooooooope! :)))
Yes, we noticed. That’s what made it a little condescending! LOL No worries here. Thanks for answering