Hi I usually use the http://www.associateeasy.com/storeOwner … teasin.php
site in order to get the ASIN # for me to get the links for the Amazon products I add. But it seems to be broken for the past few days. Does anyone have a suggestion of how else I can get the ASIN#?
If you can't see it on the page (it gets lost in all the amazon hype) use the browser page search facility (under edit) and search for 'ASIN' - that's the easy way to find it.
I usually just pull it directly off the URL.
It's after /dp/
http://www.amazon.com/Omnivores-Dilemma … 87N0N9SWQQ
So, the ASIN here is: 0143038583
http://www.amazon.com/Supernatural-Comp … amp;sr=8-2
B000X5SPBI for this DVD
Just search for the product and get it from the product info on the page, I personally think it's the best way.
As everyone else said, do a search for the ASIN on the page.
But if it's a book then search for the ISBN.
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