This is how many books I sold by series in my Jennifer's Series Books booth on Bonanza during the month of July.
Nancy Drew - 52
Trixie Belden - 15
Dana Girls - 9
Hardy Boys - 7
Kay Tracey -3
Nancy Pembroke - 2
Three Investigators - 2
Betty Wales - 1
Beverly Gray - 1
Happy Hollisters -1
Helen Grant - 1
Judy Bolton - 1
Meadow-Brook Girls - 1
Shirley Flight - 1
This is what sold by dollar amount.
up to $4.99 - 37
$5-$9.99 - 30
$15-$19.99 - 3
$20-$24.99 - 2
$25-$29.99 - 4
$30-$34.99 - 4
$89.99 - 1
This is how many transactions I had by payment processor.
PayPal - 22
Amazon - 14
My Amazon transactions dropped, and this was likely caused by a problem in which the screen was hanging while the buyer attempted to make payment. The problem appears to have been fixed.
I took a screen capture of my sales sources for the last two months, for the period from June 15 to August 15. Click on the image to see a larger version.
As always, most of my sales that come from outside Bonanza come through my website and blog. A large number of the direct visit sales are also from the same sources via my widgets.
I have had a slight upturn in the number of sales that have come through Google's organic search. These are the search terms used.
nancy drew #26
nancy drew applewood quest for the missing map
trixie belden the sasquatch mystery
bruguera nancy drew
applewood editions 1930s of Nancy Drew
trixie belden the hudson river mystery
jennifer's series books
My Google sales almost always come through Google's organic search rather than from its product search. I am glad for that, since Google's product search is currently in a period of upheaval. Google is in the process of changing its product search to a "pay only" model in which merchants must pay for their listings to appear.
Bonanza management has stated that they will be paying for listings to show in the product search and are working on ways for sellers to maintain their exposure in the product search. It occurs to me that people who list on sites which do pay Google for the exposure might end up with more exposure in the future than what they previously have had in the past, since not all sites will be paying Google. This could end up working out well.