Instead of going to you associates account and looking up products, getting the link and going through all of the steps on our blogs or websites, Amazon has added Publishers Studio. I watched the how to video. Looks a bit time consuming to me, but what do I know. I haven't actually tried to set it up yet.
I read several reviews and it looks like a viable option...it won't work here since you need to embed a code into your article.
Let us know how it works for you in the future.
It's not that great. Ordinary text links had better conversion - much better.
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