Amazon Succes With LP On PPV

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Is it allowed to have a LP set for amazon with a product on
When they click the link they are refered to your website with a review on of that product and then your amazon link ?

Does it work ?

I have made arround 150 sales as of yet ( social media ) but most is below 20$ of sales . Now that my % is higher i would like to promote with ppv or something and more expensive items

What do you suggest ?
#amazon #ppv #succes
  • Profile picture of the author Greedy
    I am not exactly sure what you are asking, but Amazon's Affiliate program doesn't allow you to use PPV or pop-up ads to promote it. If that what you are asking if works?
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  • Profile picture of the author iluvatoq
    Well not direct linking ofcourse . But i mean it like this

    LP => Website with amazon => Click to amazon
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  • Profile picture of the author iluvatoq
    yes that would be my thing . If they click from my "review" site there is no way for amazon to tell that i got the traffic from ppv to my website ?
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    • Profile picture of the author cgtarga1
      ' there is no way for amazon to tell that i got the traffic from ppv to my website ?'

      Sure they can tell. Something as simple as using similarweb.com will point them in the right direction and get you banned.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mateenyall
    Hmmm I would assume this statement from their ToS would apply?

    "23. You will not post or serve any Special Links or other content promoting the Amazon Site within any pop-up or pop-under windows, transitional page ads, or layer ads around or in conjunction with the display of any site that is not your site."

    I would translate that into a 'no', even with a lander

    Shoot em an email though, you never know!
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    • Profile picture of the author Greedy
      Originally Posted by Mateenyall View Post

      Hmmm I would assume this statement from their ToS would apply?

      "23. You will not post or serve any Special Links or other content promoting the Amazon Site within any pop-up or pop-under windows, transitional page ads, or layer ads around or in conjunction with the display of any site that is not your site."

      I would translate that into a 'no', even with a lander

      Shoot em an email though, you never know!
      Yes, I agree I would be careful or contact Amazon if you are going to use PPV traffic.
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  • Profile picture of the author iluvatoq
    Well i would not post special links on the lander. I would post a link to my website. And once on my website i have the Amazon link
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  • Profile picture of the author PPV Affiliate
    Yep don't even touch Amazon with PPV...LP or no.
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  • Profile picture of the author Inferno272
    amazon pays so crappy, your marginal rate of return wouldnt make it worth the time.
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  • Profile picture of the author htm986
    I would suggest you to create the niche site( review site) instead, because is the long-term gold mine for you. Although it doesn't earn you anything in the first 3 months perhaps, but again it's long-term business as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author 55sadhikar
    I think a review site as landing page should be ok. They just don't want to their brand to be seen in negative light. If you directly pop amazon affiliate url link they would probably "kill you...well may be not", but you 'll get ban hammer for sure. However, a review site would brand your site, not amazon so then you should be safe.
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