Setting up One Link with Amazon

Earning money from affiliate sales is one of the pillars of income generation for bloggers. There are many different affiliate networks but one of the easiest is Amazon. Although the cookie length and commission rates may put you off because it’s a recognised site with a reputation it’s a good one to recommend. One of the newer tools in the Amazon system is One Link. If you have an audience in different countries then this is the tool for you.

What in One Link with Amazon Associates?

One Link is one of the tools within Amazon.com Associates dashboard and lets you connect between your Amazon.com and your international Amazon Associate Accounts.

Being a U.K. blogger but with an international audience thanks to Pinterest and other social networks as well as Search Engines it used to be that with every Amazon Affiliate link I used there would be Available on Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk with links to the products.

By switching to One Link I literally use 1 link to send my readers to the Amazon site that is for them.

How do you Set up One Link?

One Link is set up within your Amazon.com dashboard. You will need to sign up as an associate here and set it up.

BE AWARE THAT IF YOU DO NOT MAKE A SALE IN 90 DAYS ON AMAZON.COM THAT YOU WILL BE REMOVED FROM THE PROGRAMME.

Quarter 4 is an ideal time to set this up and use the links on your most popular and seasonal content.

Follow the step-by-step tutorial video below on setting it up and start on your way to monetising your international audience.

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Cerys is the founder of Rainy Day Mum a top UK parenting blog. Prior to having children, she taught digital media and web development. Supporting other bloggers to develop, grow and expand their blogs through actionable tasks that aren't as terrifying as they seem to be!

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