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Why You Should Buy My New EasyAzon Amazon WordPress Plugin

I’ve just finished up my latest project that I’ve very excited about, it’s called EasyAzon and it’s an Amazon affiliate link creation, money making, time saving, WordPress plugin.

You can check it out here.

What Makes It Awesome:

1. Build Amazon affiliate links without ever leaving your WordPress dashboard:

It’s so much faster to build affiliate links this way. I can add various affiliate links in literally seconds.

2. Create high conversion affiliate links that are Text, Images or a Product Information Block way faster than the old slow manual way:

Text Link Example:
Buy The Kindle So I Can Make More Money Image Affiliate Link Example:
[easyazon-image-link asin=”B002FQJT3Q” alt=”Kindle 3G, Free 3G + Wi-Fi, 3G Works Globally, Graphite, 6″ Display with New E Ink Pearl Technology” src=”http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/417XQ0XwQuL._SL160_.jpg” align=”none” width=”160″ height=”160″] Product Information Block:

You can also left align, right align, center align or choose no alignment for the image and information block so that’s really easy to fit your Amazon affiliate links nicely into your content.

3. Have International Traffic? (Rhetorical question of the day – duh, we all do) EasyAzon allows you to monetize that existing traffic you’re wasting with link localization:

Example: A UK visitor will see an Amazon.co.uk affiliate link and a US visitor will see an Amazon.com affiliate link

In the past you’d lose out on a potential commission from other huge markets like the UK if you built your links manually through Amazon (like I used to do before I built this plugin). This automatically changes for most products on Amazon (obviously if a product isn’t sold on the UK version or it’s different in some way the affiliate link will stay the same)

4. Have any contract writers or run a multi author blog? Well, now you don’t have to give them access to your Amazon account to allow them to build affiliate links.

If you want to have any of your content writers or other authors add Amazon affiliate links to your blog then at the same time you are enabling them to see how much money you’re making. Do you really want your writer knowing you’re making $5,000 a month off some blog and you’re only paying them $10 a post?

Should You Buy EasyAzon?

Do you like making more money from your existing traffic? If yes = buy
Do you like getting work done faster? If yes = buy
Do you have any paid writers for your WordPress blog(s)? If yes = buy
Do you like paying only less than $50 to get all this awesome stuff? If yes = buy
Do you like to use your plugins on unlimited blogs? If yes = buy
Do you like to buy products before their price goes up but still get free access to all of the future updates? If yes = buy

I built this plugin to be awesome by helping you save time and make more money with Amazon and I feel like I’ve accomplished that. The features found in this plugin are based on what I wanted to see after learning a ton of stuff about what works most on my way towards earning nearly $100k in Amazon commissions. Hope you enjoy it and feel free to leave any comments or questions below.

Buy EasyAzon Here

p.s As with anything I sell, there is a no risk 60 day refund policy

p.s.s. Hope you realize I was joking around with the obvious question asking. Thought it’d be funny as I sit while writing this blog post at 5:00 AM (need to sleep soon). But really though this software is awesome and I hope you enjoy it!

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100 comments… add one

  1. To be honest, i’ve been reading your site for a while but never bought.
    I haven’t got any sites that run with amazon but this plugin looks and sounds freaking awesome!

    Congrats Chris!

    Reply
    1. Hey Ralph,

      You should read some of my tips and then start building some Amazon sites. They’re easy money :)

      http://www.makemoneyontheinternet.com/make-money-with-amazon/

      Chris

      Reply
  2. What are great way to implement amazon it your post. I see it will save the average Joe lost of time.

    “Black Seo Guy “Signing Off”

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  3. I have a few questions:

    1 – Do prices update automatically (depending on which Amazon site we’re talking about and depending on price changes)?
    2 – Are there options to change the way the Info Box is displayed and what info it contains?

    Thx

    Reply
    1. 1. Yes they update automatically.

      2. You should be able to customize the CSS if you really wanted to but there aren’t any current built in features to change for the info box. Let me know what you’d like to see and if enough customers want it we’ll include it on the next update. I just did the stuff I know that converts the most based on my experience.

      My plan is to increase the price each time I do a big update to the plugin. All existing customers get the updates for free.

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      1. 1 – Perfect
        2 – The CSS is external (can be put in the theme directory), as I would like to keep my modifications when I update the plugin. And by changing the infobox I mean a way to set up globally for my blog which fields make it into the infobox (eg. Price, Link to review, Short description, picture, what’s written on the Buy button or a choice between multiple buttons, including my own designs).

        I’m asking all those questions because I’m looking for a plugin that does what your does and you seem to have a slightly price advantage, so I’m scratching the surface to see if I’m getting less for less money or I’m getting more for less money :)

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        1. 1. Cool.
          2. Adding in features to change the information displayed in this box will probably be included in the next version; however, I’m going to raise the price with each major version update to help offset the cost of further development and to better show the value of what you’re getting for the price.

          If you buy and don’t like it you can always refund. Just know that your plugin would stop working if you did that (the Clickbank order number doubles as your license ID)

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  4. This sounds great. The best part is not having to hand over your Amazon account details to an outsourcer.

    That has to be worth the cost alone.

    Reply
    1. Yes, I’ve already installed the plugin on half a dozen plus blogs and told my outsourcers how to use it. Because it’s so simple they are already using it with ease and I could never get them to figure out how to correctly do enough affiliate links or even do image based affiliate links.

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  5. Does your plugin automatically update the product list, for example if something is sold out , will your site update ? Would be really cool if it did

    Reply
    1. The product information block will change pricing as it’s updated, but it doesn’t update to say if something is sold out. You wouldn’t want people to not click through your Amazon affiliate links anyway and so if they click through and see it’s sold out Amazon has spent millions and millions of dollars making sure they convert that person into buying something. So I wouldn’t want to build in functionality that lets people know if something is out of stock.

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      1. I know I come to this post very late but would like to ask you a question about out of stock items, too.
        I make use of the link enhancer (code from th amazon website) which also shows availability (number of items or “out of stock”). As Amazon is famous for their extensive testing, how do you think they make people convert when the window showing this information on your site shows zero stock?

        I go along wiht you that it is most important to get the clickthrough to amazon and they will make the conversion, but I wonder how they do it in this case.

        Reply
        1. The plugin can’t account for stock on items when doing simple text links because that’s all your doing – using the plugin to make a simple text link faster and easier. In either case promoting an item that is out of stock is rare because if it’s sold by Amazon and they run out of stock there is a 3rd party supplier that will generally have it and then second there are always other items they recommend when people are gone.

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  6. Looks great! You’ve said above (in answer to a question) that the prices update automatically depending on the site visitor’s location (I think this is what you mean) – might have misunderstood. So a visitor from the UK looking at a given page with easyazon generated links on sees prices displayed in UK Pounds, while a German visitor looking at the same page sees the pricing in EURO etc? Thanks.

    Reply
    1. Hey Nigel,

      It works like this. You search for a product for sale on Amazon.com. If that same product is sold on Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.ca, Amazon.de, Amazon.fr and a visitor from the UK comes they see an affiliate link more suited for them aka Amazon.co.uk affiliate link. Likewise if someone comes from Canada they see an affiliate link suited for them aka Amazon.ca.

      The information block would automatically change to reflect the pricing for that version of Amazon affiliate link; however, the most important thing to note is that you can make more money because obviously UK visitors won’t buy a product through your Amazon.com affiliate link – they would just buy through Amazon.co.uk so this plugin automates the switch of affiliate links for you.

      Reply
  7. How is this different from the other Azon plugins your promoted like ReviewAZON etc.

    Reply
    1. Many of the other Amazon plugins focus on being able to auto import information from Amazon such as product description, features etc. whereas I believe doing that will only help lead to your site getting deindexed for duplicate content.

      This plugin allows you to just build the most important affiliate links that I’ve found through my own extensive testing can make you the most money. Also, I don’t believe any of the other plugins can do the link localization feature that I’m aware of.

      If you already own ReviewAZON or another Wordpress plugin it might not be worth it for you to buy this one. You can always buy and if it isn’t worth it there is a 60 day refund period.

      Reply
  8. I watched your video on this that came in my email today. I can see it’s a useful plugin and I love the international aspect as I’m always trying to juggle between US and UK Amazon. Does this also support the Amazon link extender script, the one that makes text links popup a little buy now window?

    Reply
    1. Hey Steve,

      Not sure if it does as I’ve never tested it in conjunction. Contact me via email with a link to it and I’ll see.

      Chris

      Reply
  9. Looks like and Awesome Plugin, Chris! Nice job.

    Reply
    1. Yes, I’m glad that it’s done and I can take a break. I’ve been up late a lot this week trying to get it all completed.

      Chris

      Reply
  10. This looks good, especially the Link Localization feature. Any chance you could add a way to link to categories AND searches? For instance, if I wanted to link to “Gold Watches,” I want the link to be search link or a category link. Amazon’s strip does a redirect for searches which prevents the user from bookmarking your link and keeping your affiliate code (see the link for more details). That would make my life a lot easier!

    Reply
    1. It’s not currently in this version, but it could be something to add in the future. I’m not sure how it would necessary be coded though. Perhaps I’d have an option where you could search on Amazon (from within the plugin) and include an option link to the search results.

      Reply
      1. Yeah, that would be great and another unique feature of your plugin.

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  11. Hi Chris,

    been following your blog for quite a while and like the look of your plugin. I like to have a separate amazon tracking code for every post of my blog, so I can track exactly what posts/articles are leading to clicks and conversions. Does your app handle this or are you limited to just the one amazon id for each blog/site that you load your plugin on?

    Reply
    1. Hey Craig,

      It’s currently just one Amazon ID for each blog but I’m always looking to improve the plugin so it could be a feature added later.

      I’m not sure how it’d be something we could code very easily. I suppose you could add multiple affiliate ID’s via the plugin settings area and then when you click to add an affiliate link it can default to one certain aff ID but then give you a drop down menu to sort through other options. That sort of what you had in mind?

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      1. Would you consider adding a no-follow option (in the admin page) for links generated by the Eazon plugin? Most of us have pages with plenty of links pointing towards Amazon sites, which looks fishy to Google.

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        1. In the near $100k I’ve made with Amazon I’ve never no followed an aff link and I’ve yet to have any major site or mini site suffer a serious blow from Google.

          That said, I know everyone has their preference and this is a feature that is on the 100% confirmed for v2 release.

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      2. A drop down list with all of the tracking ID’s associated with your Amazon account would be perfect, otherwise somewhere to manually enter the tracking ID you want would be fine.

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  12. Hi Chris,

    Installed already.

    Your EasyAzon plugin solves one of my major problems which is buying and setting up seperate sites for US & UK markets. Now I have half the work, half the cost and hopefully double the money.

    In your opinion does the location of the hosting make any difference to the results. i.e. Using a UK host for a site aimed at the US market?

    Many thanks for your recent help.

    Adrian

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  13. Looks good – I’m very sick and tired of manually creating amazon links in my sites. I’ve tried datafeedr, they are great for CJ and GAN, but useless for amazon.

    Can you tell me does you plugin have the ability to create new posts from amazon products? Or do I still need to manually create the post myself.

    Do you have a demo site where we can see how to use the plugin?

    Reply
    1. Hey JK,

      You still need to manually create new posts for the Amazon products. Auto generated content doesn’t work very well so I didn’t want to build a plugin based on strategies I knew to be ineffective.

      Listed above in the post you can see the plugin in action :)

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  14. I don’t see if its written anywhere – is that $47 allow you to use the plugin on any site or just one site? I have 7 amazon sites.

    Re: creating new posts, it’s more about getting started more quickly. I wasn’t suggesting copying the text from amazon verbatim, its more so that you can choose a product, and a basic post is instantly created for you with product title (linked), image (linked) and a buy now link already there. Then you just have to write some text around it.

    Reply
    1. You can use the plugin on as many sites as you own.

      As for the suggestion, I just don’t know how many people would want a single button to insert every affiliate link because I know if I’m writing content I won’t always be doing the same thing. But I’ll put it on my list of potential features.

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  15. And Chris, what happens if I want to sell a site created using this plugin? Is it easy to change the affiliate id for all existing links at once?

    Does the purchaser of the site need to purchase a new copy of your plugin?

    If they do not purchase a new copy, can they leave any links that were created before the site was purchased?

    Reply
    1. The new owner would need to buy a license. If you change the affiliate ID it auto updates every affiliate ID on the site (makes it very easy).

      To the last question, they would need a license for the software in any case…

      You know what, I think I’ll need to come up with a developer licensing system or something to fix this issue you’re suggesting.

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  16. Chris,

    I got this the other day and its working amazing. I’m using this with your Azon wordpress template on a new blog and I know sales are going to fly.

    Just on a side note – I’ve been using your Azon template on one of my sites for about 2 months now and sales are flying so much so the template paid for itself in a week. In a normal month I might have got 5-6 sales last week I got 4 in one day and am making sales most days (it’s a slow time of year for this market)

    Colm

    Reply
    1. Awesome – glad you’re making money with it!

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  17. Great plugin chris I must say it reduces the amount of time going to amazon copying and pasting the link as you know. Keep up the good work

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    1. the only think I am not sure if the localization is working properly as I am base in the uk and I entered both usa and uk code but it only show USA. Do you know why?

      Reply
      1. The link localization doesn’t work 100% (as mentioned in the settings / sales page etc.) the problem is that we have to use the EAN numbering system from Amazon but that system isn’t accurate 100% of the time, so it’s one of those things where I thought it was worth including it in the feature set even if it doesn’t change the product every time.

        We’re always looking for ways to improve the matching but in our testing unfortunately this was the best way possible.

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  18. hey chris,

    i read your post and did some research and found a free plugin on the internet called ” Amazon Affiliate Link Localizer” and though i got lucky . It turned out to be a dodgy plugin because i did a random check and suddenly found that it was replacing all my amazon ids with the another amazon id ( which i think is th plugin author amazon id )

    I think i will have to get your plugin now which sounds much better than any free dodgy plugin that steals your sales on the internet. Do you have a discount code ? Btw still havent recieved the third email with the themes ??

    Regards
    jeff/sheldon

    Reply
    1. Hey Jeff,

      The plugin is currently discounted as it is now. When we release version 2 in August we will be raising the price and as it is right now existing licenses get free upgrades.

      The emails are sent once a week or so. I still have this on a list of things to do…

      Chris

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  19. Just applied your plugin to all my blogs and from my first impression – it’s super easy compared to the way that I used before this!

    Looking forward to build more success with Amazon. Thanks Chris for this awesomely genius solution! :D

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  20. This plugin is exactly what I was looking for. Bought it today and still playing with it. Thanks Chris :)

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  21. I’ve been reading your blog for a while and I think I am ready to take my Amazon Affiliate sales to the next level. I’m going to buy your plugin tonight and install it on a new project to get a feel for it.

    One concern I always have w/ amazon sites is that sometimes the products get taken down and when someone clicks a link they essentially get a amazon 404 page. Would your plugin be able to automatically detect when a product is taken down and then pick a new one or notify the person running the website? If not, is that something you are interested in eventually addressing? It’s a problem with Amazon that always bothers me because I have to continually check for dead affiliate links (money out the window). Thanks.

    Reply
    1. This is something we can investigate in adding to version 2, but I can’t say for sure that it’s something we can say will be possible.

      Adding it to our features list now :)

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  22. Thanks a lot Chris! Gonna check out the plugin now!

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  23. Hi Chris, just a couple of suggestions for the next version:

    1. The plugin being able to auto import other information from Amazon, like Star Rating for example.

    2. Tables, for reviews

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  24. Hi Chris,

    I just created this blog for Amazon,and finding your blog is
    a blessing!
    If you allow me to take some of your ideas,that will be great!
    Your software is in my next list to buy!

    Thanks.

    Reply
    1. Sounds good :)

      Reply
  25. Hi Chris,

    Your easyazon plugin looks cool and I’ve been following your Amazon strategies.

    I do have a question about this plugin in relation to your formula.

    Does this plugin replace the need for Reviewazon?

    If not, why not?
    If so, what would you say makes your plugin a better choice?

    Thanks for your help.
    Don Pasco

    Reply
    1. I don’t like building my websites with any pre jolt item descriptions etc like you can do with ReviewAzon, my plugin makes it easier to build more unique content focused Amazon websites to help improve chances of success in the new post panda world.

      Reply
  26. I like the look of your plugin, especially the automatic switching between amazon.com and amazon.co.uk.

    However I do have a dumb question: I already have an amazon.com affiliate account, but I don’t know how to promote amazon.co.uk products through this account. What do I need to do?

    Thanks!

    Reply
    1. You just need an Amazon.co.uk account just go to that website and you can sign up for one. Also, inside the plugin we have spots to link to etc.

      Reply
  27. Just wondering if your plugin works with endless.com as well?

    Reply
    1. It only works with items sold on the Amazon.com website. As it uses the Amazon API to help run it.

      Reply
  28. Chris, does your plugin allow for displaying the current price for an item (sold by Amazon)? Thanks.

    Reply
    1. It will via the info block but the text link isn’t designed that way. It’s designed to create a text link to “awesome product”

      Reply
      1. OK thanks for the clarification. I’m looking for a plugin that will display the price but with a shortcode. Maybe a future feature for EasyAzon?

        Reply
        1. Well, when you use a text link and you’re trying to get someone to buy a product you should be using call to action stuff. When you display the price you can use the info block that does display the info…

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  29. Just wanted to provide some thoughts on this plugin after using it for a few months. Speaking from the perspective of an amazon affiliate with practically zero coding abilities and a limited budget, this plugin is well worth the money.

    The automatic info box creation is exceptional. It is easily my favorite feature and has helped my sites dramatically.

    Reply
    1. Thanks Dan,

      Version 2 (free upgrade that’s cost me several thousand dollars) will be available shortly too :)

      Very excited with how well EasyAzon has been received and I’m excited to continue to invest in making it better and better.

      Chris

      Reply
      1. Chris, that is another thing I forgot to mention – the peace of mind that comes with purchasing a product with a reputable person behind it. I look forward to what you got cookin in the update, keep up the excellent work!

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  30. Hey Chris,

    When will Version 2 be out and what are the differences between 1 and 2?

    Thanks

    Reply
    1. Before the end of the week :)

      Reply
  31. Chris, Easyazon is awesome. I got it though Andy Bailey and delighted with the features and bonuses. Getting onto overseas Amazons was so easy. Love it!

    Reply
    1. Thanks :)

      Reply
  32. Hey Chris, This is great plugin. I am using Amazon’s affiliate program in my Wordpress blog and I’m adding affiliate links between my content as text links, I have never tried any plugin to do it. This plugin sounds good.

    Reply
  33. After reading the content and the conversation above I understand how helpful and easy plugin EasyAzon is. I am very interesting and want to install it to my blog, too. Thank you very much for this great information.

    Reply
  34. Hi Chris, I have been looking for awhile for an Amazon plugin and this looks like it has the goods.

    Reply
    1. Good value for the money. Same price even though we’ve done 15ish free updates.

      Reply
  35. Hi Chris,

    I want to buy this plugin.
    Is this plugin still working good for 2013?

    Reply
    1. Yah it works great and we’re looking at what we’re going to do next. We’ve done roughly 15 free updates since first launching and it is continually supported.

      You’ll love it :)

      Reply
  36. Hi Chris,

    Do you recommend using EasyAzon with your Azon Theme?

    Reply
    1. Yes of course. You can use it with Azon Theme and all of the other themes out there.

      Reply
  37. Hello Chris

    Is easyzon WordPress Plugin is compatible with Thesis Theme?

    Reply
    1. Yep – it’s compatible with every theme worth using. If it doesn’t work with the theme, then the theme designer doesn’t know how to do their job.

      Reply
  38. Hey Chris, happy customer here.

    Any idea how to track clicks on these? The syntax means that they’re not tracked as outbound clicks by Clicky and I can’t seem to turn them on as events in Google Analytics. Thanks!

    Reply
    1. Use the data from Amazon to track clicks by tracking ID (make a tracking ID for each website) we don’t do reporting within the plugin as it’s redundant when all of that is accessible via Amazon associates.

      Reply
  39. Hello Chris,

    I bought the easy azon plugin and was wondering how I could change the size of font and color for the text link?

    Thanks!

    Toki

    Reply
    1. Hey Toki, email support [at] easyazon.com I specifically don’t handle product support via blog comments as it’s highly inefficient as I only just now saw your message 12 days after you posted it.

      Reply
  40. Hi Chris,

    I have Easyazon Version 2.0.4 installed on a few of my sites is this still the current version?

    While I am here I would like to ask a question about Amazon, and as you are a dev, is there any way to check if Amazon cookies are working, independently of Amazon.
    The reason I ask almost zero sales for 3 months.
    My links are embedded with my ID (I checked via proxy) my clickthroughs have not changed 250 – 300 per month on one site, sales are zero. this particular site had been making about $40 per month for about 2 years.
    Traffic is mostly US Google organic, and I have around 20 KW’s on the front page (this is a very cheap product btw)
    I already contacted Amazon, they just checked the links and confirmed they were working.
    Sorry I’m not a techy I just want to try and find out what’s going on, I note many others on the Amz forum have had the same trouble.
    I just find this very strange indeed – Any ideas please?
    Thanks
    Tim

    Reply
    1. Hey Tim, we’re releasing version 3 in mid November. Make sure you’re on the newsletter for that.

      As for tech support I don’t give it via blog comments because it could be days before I see your comment so reach out to my support URL and we’ll help you out with any issue.

      That said we have thousands of people using the software so it’s most likely you just aren’t getting commissions and not that there is an issue with any of your links.

      Reply
  41. Hi Chris,

    Great plugin! I just installed it to my site and signed up to be an amazon affiliate in all the various countries. It seems simple enough to use, and I’d like to get started with it right away; I just have a couple of questions:

    When I create the link as a popup, is there a way to make the popup go away when not hovering over the link? I was hoping to not have to move text below it out of the way but it seems to stay open once it pops up.

    Also, can you explain the “no follow” and cloaking features? Thanks!

    Reply
    1. Hey Rebecca, it shouldn’t still hover after moving off. Email support if it does.

      No follow is an attribute that can be tied to a link to not pass the link value to the destination URL (in this case Amazon.com) so the theory is that the value stays on your website. Cloaking is designed to prevent Google from seeing that it’s an affiliate link.

      But honestly I use neither of those features. I just added them for some people that want them.

      Note: Blog comments are the worst place to ask questions about the software though. Email support for fastest response. Hope you enjoy!

      Reply
  42. Is EAzon3 limited to Word Press?

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    1. Yes

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  43. Is Easy Azon3 compatible with NPPU Site Builder? Is it exclusive to Word Press? Do I have to change to Word Press? Please advise.

    Reply
    1. Not sure what NPPU builder is. You can always buy, try it and if it doesn’t work ask for a refund.

      Yes it only works on Wordpress.

      Reply
  44. Hello Chris
    I was told that “If the software you purchased on HTML websites then you could use it in NPP Ultimate.

    I would suggest that you contact their support since this is a third party software to better understand it. Let us know if you will still need our assistance.”
    Please advise.

    Reply
    1. Reach out to our support team for tech support (because sometimes I don’t see these questions for days).

      That said: The software is a Worpdress plugin. So it should only work with Wordpress. If for some reason there was confusion on our end or your end and it won’t work for you, again just contact support and ask for a refund. (or just use it for the websites you do have powered by Wordpress). I’m not even sure what NPP Ultimate is.

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  45. I purchase this plugin two days before, it is really easy but problem with me this that i make account on other country of amazon, but after one day amazon reject my request. I am success for making account only in three countries usa, canada and france.

    Reply
  46. Chris,
    Do each Amazon affiliate link help build rankings as if they were seo backlinks?
    Thanks.

    Reply
  47. Hello Chris,

    I just purchased easy azon 3.0 and it is amesome plugin, by the way, do you have suggestion which theme is best to use with easy azon 3?

    Thanks

    Reply
    1. Hey Nelson, Azon Theme or AmaTheme are good for Amazon specific websites. Also nichewebsitetheme.com as well.

      Reply
  48. Your app is very helpful and it’s saved me hours and a lot of trouble creating links but there’s one tiny detail I’d like to be able to change. When I create a link, I generally add a ASIN from the store in the USA, as I’m hoping most customers will come from there, but when I click on a link from outside the US (I live in Spain), the search it creates takes into account the whole name of the ASIN. For instance, I create a link to a product called “Nokia Lumia 1020, Yellow (AT&T)”. This makes sense when clicking within the US but when I click in Spain, since that ASIN does not exist in the spanish Amazon, it makes a search with those exact words: “Nokia Lumia 1020 Yellow (AT&T)”. I wish there was a possibility to say “in case the search is made outside the US, search for the following words: “Nokia Lumia 1020″”. That would create more appropiate results. I hope I expressed myself properly, sorry about my english :) Thanks again!

    Reply
    1. Yah there’s only a few ways we could integrate the link localization and the method we went with was to provide people with an automatic method (what you’re suggesting could only be done manually for people to individually assign products from each locale).

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  49. I would love to use your plugin, however, I’ve been spending the better part of TWO weeks going through over a hundred posts and manually changing out every single Amazon link I have from another plugin because that plugin is no longer working and now I have a ton of shortcodes. I want a program that doesn’t use shortcodes – there is no guarantee your program will be around forever. Any solutions to that?

    Reply
    1. Hey Sara, quite frankly we make enough money from selling our plugin that we’d never want to stop selling it. The only way to do fancy stuff our plugin can do is by using short codes but we have explored other options of not using short code though but it would reduce features.

      Reply

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