How is a Top 10/50/100 Product Calculated?

How is a Top 10/50/100 Product Calculated?

Kindred Kindred
I was doing some product searches and was curious about the Top 10/50/100 ratings. It states that it is an "Index based on the internal sales statistics." I assume the rating is calculated based on sales over a given time period. I was just wondering what the time period is. Some of the products I saw as Top 10 somewhat surprised me.
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Pandahb Pandahb
I was wondering about that also. Maybe its based from its launch date or something. But the number of days would probably be in the equation.
09/18/2010
~LaUr3n~ ~LaUr3n~
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Originally posted by Kindred
I was doing some product searches and was curious about the Top 10/50/100 ratings. It states that it is an "Index based on the internal sales statistics." I assume the rating is calculated based on sales over a given time period. I was ...
I would guess it is a combination based on the amount of the product that is sold, the star value, and the amount of people who have it in their wishlist.
09/21/2010
Blinker Blinker
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Originally posted by ~LaUr3n~
I would guess it is a combination based on the amount of the product that is sold, the star value, and the amount of people who have it in their wishlist.
Really? Because products that have literally JUST been made available for purchase are in the Top 10. It's confusing sometimes. To me anyway.
09/21/2010
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