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Noob Question.. Help me!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by deeraj005, Apr 17, 2016.

  1. deeraj005

    deeraj005 Junior Member

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    Oh no, I don't wanna learn how to earn $5 per day. I have already read a lot of awesome threads and am now ready to take action.

    I want to start with Amazon Affiliate program, however, I have a question.

    If someone clicks my link from UK, will they be redirected to Amazon UK or will they go to Amazon.com homepage?

    How about India? Will they be redirected to Amazon.in or not?

    Thanks a lot!
     
  2. roguerabbit

    roguerabbit Regular Member

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    Try clicking someone elses affiliate link and see what happens .. ?
     
  3. deeraj005

    deeraj005 Junior Member

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    Gud idea! But I want to confirm...
     
  4. Brad100

    Brad100 Supreme Member

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    If you place links from Amazon US on your sites, all the traffic will be taken to the Amazon US page, you'll need to register with Amazon UK/In/Ca/De separately and add your affiliate IDs to a plugin like EazyAzon, then the traffic will be redirected to their own country's Amazon.
     
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  5. deeraj005

    deeraj005 Junior Member

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    Ow wow. That's a lot of work.
     
  6. jacker818

    jacker818 Power Member

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    Lol and you thought this would be simple didn't you..
     
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  7. deeraj005

    deeraj005 Junior Member

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    No I expected it to be hard... But didnt think that getting affiliates links would be like this...
     
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    If you are just starting, concentrate on USA. Later when you see the traffic coming and you are getting revenue you can buy a plugin like easyazon and add all the other amazon sites.

    Signing up with all the amazon sites are not that difficult anyways :)
     
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  9. deeraj005

    deeraj005 Junior Member

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    Thanks, will try to do that!
     
  10. snowface

    snowface Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    It's great that you have awesome threads OP. You'll need separate amazon accounts and a plugin, as above, to achieve best results. Not too tricky to set up so go for it. Good luck.
     
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  11. deeraj005

    deeraj005 Junior Member

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    I have awesome threads? not sure what you mean by that. Anyway thanks for the advice!!
     
  12. snowface

    snowface Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Haha - my mistake. Apologies. I misread your thread! Although I'm sure that you'll have awesome content if you are able to reach a global audience. No worries and hope it works out for you. Cheers.
     
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  13. CallmeReaz

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    It pushes you to the appropriate Amazon country. If you're in UK, pushes you to UK - USA directs to USA etc etc...