How are different types of ACX sales reported on my sales report?
ACX sales fall into three different categories of sale types. You can learn more about what those categories are on the ACX website
For reporting purposes, the following ACX sale categories will be displayed on your sales report as follows:
- “AL” sales to “Subscription-Credit”
- “ALOP” sales to “Subscription-Supplemental Credit”
- “ALC” sales to “Retail”
Is the Sales Dashboard reporting real-time sales?
Yes, you can see real-time sales information for many leading audiobook platform via the preliminary sales dashboard under your account. Please note that real-time preliminary reporting is not always available for all distribution selections, and ...
Why have my sales on the sales reporting dashboard gone down?
Only a subset of our full network offers daily or real time reporting. This causes new sales data to be added in large chunks for some partners, and can create a sense that sales are changing more rapidly than is actually the case. The data in this ...
How does Findaway Voices compare to ACX for Distribution?
Findaway Voices offers you more freedom and control than ACX while giving you access to over 40 leading audiobook retailers. More Control Over Distribution: With ACX, you can reach Audible, Amazon.com, and Apple Books - and ACX encourages exclusivity ...
Why Does the Live Sales Dashboard Not Match My Official Royalty Report?
The Live Sales Dashboard displays audiobook sales based on the transaction date of the purchase. In other words, the transaction date is the date the book was sold by the retailer/distributor, or the date it was reported to us in cases where ...
Why are library sales reporting at a lower price than I set?
You might be seeing sales under the Library Pay Per Use model (also known as "Cost-Per-Checkout"). Under the traditional library model, a librarian purchases your book once, paying based on the full list price, and can circulate that copy as many ...