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Old 11-11-2010, 03:25 AM
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Has anyone ever thought about promoting Amazon products via CPV (with a landing page of course)?
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Old 11-11-2010, 03:27 AM
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I believe that is a no-no
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Can't do it direct, maybe a landing page would work though.
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i'm testing it now and i think sean has played with it. i create simple landers and send them to a review page.

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I was just thinking that someone searching for a physical product should be in buying mode already. I know the commission rates are crappy, but the conversion rates could be higher. Amazon does billions in sales so higher sales volume could make up for the lower commissions. Just a thought.
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Originally Posted by browie View Post
I believe that is a no-no
As in not allowed?

Surely you can target niche-specific websites with an Amazon products-related lander?

EDIT: Ignore above, need to learn to refresh before replying lol
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Old 11-11-2010, 04:36 PM
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I think Lucas has what you can do.

Make LP to your Review site.

But I don't think you can have them click your LP and go straight to Amazon. (I THINK)

I believe you can't but if you could well shit I know what my slave wife will be doing for the rest of her life.
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Originally Posted by browie View Post
I think Lucas has what you can do.

Make LP to your Review site.

But I don't think you can have them click your LP and go straight to Amazon. (I THINK)

I believe you can't but if you could well shit I know what my slave wife will be doing for the rest of her life.
hahaha! yah, browie is spot on. just use a lander or send them right to a review page

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I just skimmed through the terms and conditions of Amazon and I didn't see anything saying that CPV is prohibited. I know you can't direct link, but why wouldn't you be able to just use one landing page and then go right to Amazon?
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Old 11-12-2010, 03:58 AM
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Originally Posted by trikee01 View Post
I just skimmed through the terms and conditions of Amazon and I didn't see anything saying that CPV is prohibited. I know you can't direct link, but why wouldn't you be able to just use one landing page and then go right to Amazon?
Huh, well if you went through it.

Now, they may not say "cpv" or "ppv" so you may have to look for other terms.

Ummmm Like I said if you can just make a simple LP image and have it click to the same item on amazon hell yes I"m serious about locking my wife in my office and whip 100 of those out every day.

When I think about 200 email submits on a network I think that's a lot of campaigns but Amazon? I think that's called infinite campaigns.
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