That was the response I got from Bibi, a “mommy blogger” and an expert in home remedies when I asked her how she would feel if Geniuslink suddenly disappeared.
As the new marketing manager at Geniuslink I had to ask “But why?”.
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Amazon has become one of the world’s largest ecommerce marketplaces and now has storefronts in 14 different countries. Because of it’s massive scale and global reach, Amazon is an ideal channel for affiliate marketers looking to connect people with products all over the world. In order to maximize the commissions you earn as an Amazon Associate, it’s important to understand the intricacies of using the different Associates programs for a global audience.
Most affiliate marketers in the Amazon ecosystem are familiar with the major Amazon Storefronts
But there are three “other” storefronts that get a whole lot less attention.
We recently had the opportunity to engage Nick Daws in a conversation about our Amazon support following a review of GeoRiot published on his blog last month. He had a number of insightful comments, and a few product-related questions, which we decided to put together in a blog post to share with the rest of you. So without further ado, here are a few things you may have always wondered about GeoRiot, but never thought to ask.