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Tools We Love – Track Your Affiliate Revenue Without The Hassle

Since we introduced Choice Pages back in 2016, we’ve been strong advocates for diversifying your affiliate revenue and providing consumers with multiple purchasing options.

However, while providing a multi-retailer approach for consumers is a definite win/win for both you and your audience, being an affiliate with multiple affiliate programs can sometimes cause a lot of frustration, as it means having to log in to each unique affiliate dashboard if you want to track your earnings.

For a long time, this meant managing passwords, navigating extra browser tabs, or even forgetting which dashboard you need to log into for each respective program. These challenges have often been a sticking point for new affiliates, who dread the extra work that managing and optimizing multiple affiliate programs entails.

That said, this doesn’t have to be such a painful experience now, thanks to a new tool that is quickly becoming one of our favorites – Afflytics!

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Amazon Associates Affiliate Marketing

Amazon.com Affiliate Commission Rates: A Historical Guide

Updated April, 14th 2020 to reflect the recent notice of commission changes coming on April, 21st 2020

The Amazon.com affiliate program (a.k.a. the Associates Program) is the most popular affiliate marketing program in the world with one recent source citing “millions” of affiliate publishers.  The Amazon.com Associates program has also evolved significantly since its inception in July of 1996 (as anything Internet-related should in the ~ 23 years of its existence). One of the most impactful changes is in how the affiliate program rewards the affiliate publishers who direct customers to Amazon and recommend various products.  

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Geniuslink News

Amazon Associates: Cash in Your Amazon Japan Gift Cards

One of the complexities of Amazon’s international Associates Programs is that Amazon JP will only pay commissions internationally with Amazon.co.jp gift cards. This means you can only use them in the Japanese Amazon storefront, which is obviously a challenge when you aren’t based in Japan and don’t regularly shop from Amazon.co.jp.