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I have seriously started to work on amazon. I am confused with some features, so I have few questions.
1.Can I track which product is being clicked in amazon? If yes, how?
2.What percent of revenue HP deduct from my amazon earning?
3.Can I send a link to my aStore? If someone buys from my eStore will HP be deprived from their share?
4.Do I need to create multiple Amazon account for different websites?
5. If I add an amazon widget to my blog do I need to create a new tracking token in Amazon or anything else like integrating my ID somewhere in my blog?
2. 40% of impressions, not necessarily sales or clicks, just like adsense.
3. Yes, and yes.
4. No, but different tracking IDs, which helps alleviate the lack of number 1. Though you can't track specific items, you can track specific tracking ID's, a separate one for each HP or other account.
5. Yes and yes.
Please, elaborate the 5. a little more. If I enter my blog url in Amazon it suggests some tokens. I have taken one of those and this is my new tracking ID, right? Where in the blog I would have to add the ID?
Um, it depends I reckon on what blogging platform you're using. On Blogger it's under the monetize tab, then under amazon associates.
I haven't gotten that far on my self-hosted wordpress blog, but if that's what you got let me know and I'll be glad to help you find it. Since I'm heading that way anyhow, lol.
Any other platform I haven't a clue.
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