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How to Track Earnings on Web Pages or Blogs With Amazon Tracking Ids

Updated on March 1, 2024
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Amazon Tracking ID's

Have you ever wondered how you can track your earnings with Amazon? I hope to show you in this article how to track your earnings on Web pages or Blogs with individual Amazon Tracking IDs. You can see which blog or writing site is earning the most clicks or money simply by creating individual tracking IDs for each blog or web site.

Most people know how they can earn money with Adsense by writing on the internet and still earn extra money from another affiliate such as Amazon. Although they do not realize that they can see reports on how much each individual site or blog is earning.

Earning dollars and cents while you sleep

It may sound funny to some people that anyone can become excited over earning a few dollars or cents every day, but those few dollars will add up to hundreds if you continue to write articles with good content on the internet. They will also earn you money while you are asleep. How good is that?

It is terrific to watch your earnings add up as people either click on an advert or buy things from affiliates on your websites, blogs or writing sites such as hub pages or info barrel. There are also other sites that have the capabilities of earning money from Amazon.

Tracking your earnings

Amazon allows you to have multiple tracking ID’s although there is a limit of 100 Tracking IDs per associate account. By using them you can track the earnings for each of your sites. In other words if you had 100 websites or blogs you could track each one with an individual tracking ID for each with one associate account.

If you really must have more than 100 you can. Contact Amazon with your Associates ID that you want to set up multiple tracking IDs for. Then tell them how many you will require, you can have up to 1000 tracking ID’s. These will allow you to track the activity of individual links with ease and accuracy.

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If you have not yet registered with Amazon you will need to do this first before you can earn money with them. Once you have registered, then you can add Amazon capsules to your hub pages which are relevant to the article that you have written. For instance; if you have written an article on the topic of restless legs or something similar, Then add capsules that will give people more information to ease this condition.

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How to set up individual Amazon tracking ID’s

You will have to login to your Amazon account to create tracking ID’s. When you registered you will have created your account; which for the purpose of explaining this we will say it is called- retirement-20

Once you are into this account section, click on your Account settings then click on Manage your tracking ID’s then click on the Add tracking ID. This is where you type the name for your new tracking ID.

How it works

1. If for instance you have a health blog you may want to call it weight reduction-20.

2. You may have another blog for selling Toys so you call it kidstoys-20

3. And if you join hubpages and have written many hubs you could call it myhubs-20

Continue in this manner for each new tracking ID that you wish to create under the one Associate account of retirement-20.

Why is the number 20 on the end

This is added to all tracking ID’s to distinguish what area or region your account is from.

How to View individual Tracking ID reports

Log into your Associate account for retirement 20; to view your individual tracking ID’s you will need to take the tick out of combined reports then click on the little arrow at the side to choose which tracking ID you want to see a report on.

Different report views

You can view different sorts of reports:

  • You can change the date, month or quarter
  • Change it from earnings to orders
  • Misc. referrals
  • Link type reports
  • Daily trends
  • Tracking ID summary reports

If you have a problem or cannot understand anything you can be assured that if you click on help and type in the required information Amazon will respond to your query. They are very helpful in this regard.

In conclusion, if you were not sure on how to set up your tracking ID’s then I hope this will help you to understand how to track your Individual Earnings on Web pages or Blogs with Amazon Tracking IDs in future.

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