Is it wise to put amazon widget about their best selling products on my website to get more sales?
Of course, that's what they are for. However you should pick items that match what your site is about.
Also frankly, I think the looks of those widgets are now so common, with so many using them that people don't even look at them.
Instead I recommend using product links and using the item pictures, making your own unique looking banner or item product pictures.
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