Is this a solution to breaching Facebook ads to Amazon affiliate links TOS?

by Steve Foulds 7 replies
Amazon doesnt allow paid ads from Facebook to go straight to Amazon affiliate links - can you link to a page on your site, that has automatic redirect to the product page set up?
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  • If you redirect or clocking still it looks like direct linking, I am working with CPA network they won't allow this kind of promotion. Always create a landing page, collect the email address than sell the Amazon product through email, this will work well.

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    • Profile picture of the author Steve Foulds
      Originally Posted by Christyjohnson Johnson View Post

      If you redirect or clocking still it looks like direct linking, I am working with CPA network they won't allow this kind of promotion. Always create a landing page, collect the email address than sell the Amazon product through email, this will work well.

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      Thanks! That was my next option, I try keep things as few clicks as possible. Your just set up as email box and an autoresponder sends the link?
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  • Profile picture of the author imstarter2016
    Amazon does not allow his affiliates to promote his products through emails,you got to be careful.The right way is setting up your website and embedding amazon affiliate products in your site,then u collect your audiences' emails,then email them and send traffic to your site...
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    Why you are not asking amazon is beyond me. But I will add my 2 cents.

    Send people to your website first, then all is well.

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    Risky, Amazon are ban happy, don't give them a reason
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  • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
    Originally Posted by Steve Foulds View Post

    Thanks! That was my next option, I try keep things as few clicks as possible. Your just set up as email box and an autoresponder sends the link?
    Bad move, as Amazon does not allow affiliate linking from emails. Too much risk of fraud and spam - makes for a lousy user experience and leaves Amazon no way to police it.

    One possible solution, which you will want to verify with Amazon, is a modified redirect page. Instead of an automatic redirect, you could use a combo picture/text link with your affiliate code and something like "click to continue" as the text. Make sure the required affiliate statement is visible on the page, either as text or an image.
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