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How To Track Amazon Affiliate Links Using Unique Tracking Id

Posted: Tue Jan 18, 2022 9:09 am
by sabbirhasan
So you're making a little money as an Amazon affiliate ... but you may be wondering, exactly what I ordered at Amazon Associates, and which articles are the most converted Can you know? You are not alone. Tracking blog posts on Amazon isn't as easy as other affiliate programs. Almost all of Amazon's affiliate options allow you to automate this entire process through affiliate dynamic subid tracking. But hey, many sites rely on Amazon for their revenue. By performing content-level tracking, you can understand which content is actually making money and create more content. In this post, you'll learn how to track Amazon affiliate links using the Custom Tracking ID feature. Get more insight into which posts on your website are making money, which products are selling best, and how to use that data to run experiments and optimize affiliate blog posts. You can see how it helps. By the end of this article, you will know: Which of your articles makes you the most money on Amazon Which articles turn traffic most efficiently into revenue (using RPMs)Which recommended products are most commonly returned and on which page What are people buying instead of the product you recommend (you can recommend it directly instead to improve conversions)Whether any of your changes to your article have ruined your profit efficiencyAll of this can be seen in two different reports, Affiliate Content Analysis.

Amazon Transaction Report by Page Then you'll see an affiliate dashboard where you can group and filter the Mailing List rest of your insights. Create a tracking ID for your Amazon affiliate programAlright, let's go How Amazon Associates default reporting works By default, Amazon Associates Central provides several types of reports to Amazon's composite reporting dashboard. Items ordered (clicks, items ordered from links , revenue ordered)Revenue (clicks, items, revenue, bonuses, commissions)Link type performance (if using the Product Advertising API or native ads)This information can be grouped by date or tracking ID (discussed here). Suppose you click Revenue and group by date: Amazon default report That's great, but there are some things it doesn't tell us. Which blog post mentions these clicks? Which one did you sell? Which is the best-selling item in my blog post? Which of my blog posts did you find the most returned item? What items will be returned? Which item in my blog post has not been converted and needs to be replaced? Amazon provided some of this information in a report called Content Insights, but this report has always been very incomplete and has since been discontinued. So we'll show you how to better understand the performance of your content and create more content that transforms and modifies poorly performing articles . How to create a tracking ID in the Amazon Associates portalYou can create up to 100 unique tracking IDs in the Amazon Associates portal . These can be used in a variety of ways, but it's a good idea to create one unique tracking ID for each blog post . Here's how to do this step by step: Know which pages on your site are sending the most clicks to Amazon Create a unique Amazon Affiliate Tracking ID for each page Update an existing Amazon affiliate link or replace it with a new tracking ID1.

Know which pages on your site are sending the most clicks to AmazonIf you don't know where to start, you can use affiliate network reports to find the page with the most clicks on your Amazon affiliate links. Create a tracking ID for your Amazon affiliate programThis report displays each page of your website sorted by outbound clicks to Amazon affiliate links only. In this example, the top article is /best-vitamix-blender, so let's start by creating an Amazon affiliate tracking ID for that page. 2. Create a unique Amazon Affiliate Tracking ID for each pageOpen the Amazon page and manage your tracking ID. You can also find this page from the menu by clicking on your email address and selecting Tracking ID from the dropdown. Click Add Tracking ID and name it according to your blog post. Manage tracking IDs Enter a name similar to your blog post. For example, if the URL of your blog post is /best-vitamix-blender"best-vitamix-blender". Create a tracking ID for your Amazon affiliate programYou can now change the Selected Tracking ID by simply clicking on the Tracking ID under Search Tracking ID.