Conversion rate (CR) is a percentage-based calculation, used to see what percentage of website visitors are making a purchase or taking some other desired action. A higher conversion rate means that more people are converting, or taking the action you are measuring.
Can I Use rel=”sponsored” for Amazon Affiliate Links?
It seems there is some confusion in affiliate marketing circles on whether or not you can (or should) use the rel=”sponsored” link attribute for Amazon affiliate links. In fact, we’ve had several AmaLinks Pro users write in and ask us if we will be adding this as an option within AmaLinks Pro. Here is the Read More
Should You Build an Amazon Affiliate Store or an Informational Website?
Starting a new affiliate site is an exciting endeavour, but choosing the wrong type of affiliate business model can be costly. The early excitement can quickly turn into frustration and despair, leading ultimately to a lot of wasted effort. Taking your time to investigate the different options before you start could prove to be a Read More
The Best Amazon Affiliate Strategy for a Marketer at Any Level
There are many tactics you can use to build out a great Amazon affiliate strategy, no matter where you are on your journey. Whether you’re completely new to this and just starting out, a seasoned pro with years of experience, or somewhere in-between, in the fast-paced world of affiliate marketing there’s always something new to Read More
The Amazon Affiliate Commission Rate: Everything you need to know
As with many aspects of affiliate marketing, the Amazon affiliate commission rate changes often, not just in terms of the actual percentage rates, but also in the nuts and bolts of how it works. In this article, I explain in detail everything you need to know. Unless otherwise stated this post refers to the U.S Read More
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