For those that are wanting to promote their site by way of Amazon Associates, it can be a bit of a daunting task. One of the issues that a lot of people often have trouble with is getting people to click through to Amazon. Thankfully though, the team at Amazon Affiliate for WordPress has got you covered on this one.
A picture paints a thousand words
Whenever you write an article relating to a product on Amazon, you will of course want to link back to Amazon. In AAWP, there is however an option to have a product box appear instead. Not only will it show the key information about the product, but it will also have a Buy Now button as well as showing a high quality photo.
For example, if you were promoting the Amazon Fire 10 on your site, the box would appear as so:
- Brilliant 10.1" 1080p Full HD display (1920 x 1200) and up to 10 hours of battery life.
- Up to 1.8 GHZ quad-core processor, 2 GB of RAM and Dolby Atmos audio.
However, you have full control over every aspect of the box. You can select how many bullet points are included in the list along with altering the title to make it more appealing to potential buyers. You can also opt to have the price present on the page, or have it omitted. It’s really up to you. We have recently implement this onto this site. On another site that we own, there has been an increase in clicks of 83%, and the sales are through the roof as well.
Comparison tables to make things easier
Supposing you have a range of products which are a bit similar. An example of this would be Android smartphones. A great way to immediately catch the attention of buyers is to have a comparison table. In the plugin you have the option to tailor make the table to your exact specification. You can include product photos, as well as highlighting different columns in varying colours. The list of things that you are able to do is endless. The end result is a highly professional looking product that converts readers into buyers. Whilst you could make a table in a different plugin, you then need to greatly alter it. You would need to adapt it to make the images clickable, as well as altering the size of the rows and columns. In AAWP, all of this is done for you, making the whole process seamless.
Get commissions from all over the world
If you’re really wanting to make a proper income online from Amazon, it’s crucial that you have employed the use of as many Amazon sites as possible. Since there are now versions for the USA, Canda, the UK etc, you really should be targeting all of these sites. Previously, you had two options to do this. The first was to have numerous outbound links for the different Amazon stores for each country. This isn’t an ideal situation since a large number of outbound links can hurt your ranking. Supposing you had a ‘best of’ list with ten items on it and you were targeting 5 Amazon stores. This would be 50 outbound links. Ultimately, it could cause your site to tank.
The other option would be to opt for a link forwarding service. There are quite a few available, however they all charge for the privilege. In the long run, you could be spending a lot on this service. Of course, with Amazon Affiliate for WordPress, this will automatically re-direct traffic to your visitors local Amazon site. The benefit of this is that you’ll never loose commission on these sales.
Get it whilst its hot!
If you’re really serious about promoting Amazon products and are ready to make the big bucks, then you really need to pick up this plugin today. It is fully supported by Amazon (they allow it to use their API). You can get instant access to it as well as reading more about it by clicking here.
- Ease of Use
- Value for Money
Amazon Affiliate for WordPress is a fantastic plugin and an excellent way to increase your conversions on Amazon Associates. Get it today to ensure that you don’t miss out on any potential sales.
Last update on 2019-10-17 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising APIThis site is part of the Amazon Associates program and may receive a commission from any purchases you make from Amazon when clicking through to their site.