These Mistakes Will Get You Banned As An Amazon Affiliate (Most Do # 1 & 7)

Making money from Amazon can become a nightmare if you do any of these mistakes!

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For many bloggers and niche site builders, Amazon’s Affiliate program is a saving grace, a way to make serious money to support their writing and niche site investment.

But for some bloggers and niche site builders, making money from Amazon can become a nightmare. Like every ads network or affiliate programs, Amazon reserves the right to ban you any time.

If you break any of Amazon’s long list of Terms of Service (ToS), all of the hard work you’ve put into your niche site could fly out the window, and your niche site investment could take a serious hit.

If you are an Amazon affiliate, or planning to sign-up, read about these big mistakes that will get you banned from the program.


1. Send Amazon Affiliate Links In Email

Amazon explicitly bans any use of affiliate links in “offline promotion or in any other offline manner,” and it can surprise some new users that that applies to email too.

After all, email users use the internet to check their accounts, right?

While that may be true, most email platforms also allow users to access their emails offline once they have been read on a mobile device or downloaded on a desktop email client.

That means that using Amazon Affiliate Links in email can quickly land you in hot water. If you still want to make money from Amazon using email marketing, instead of sending traffic to Amazon, link to a page on your site that includes your Affiliate Links.

Some niche site builders allow readers to subscribe to site which results subscribers getting new post notification directly on their email inbox. If you use your Amazon link on the first paragraph, users will get a clickable link on their email inbox.

Example of Automatic Newsletter
Example of Automatic Newsletter

Clicking on the link later can get you banned. It is always advised not to use these kind of automatic email newsletter service.

2. Affiliate Link Shortening or Link Cloaking / Hiding

Amazon is very concerned with affiliates misdirecting audience, as the reputation of the Amazon depends on how affiliates are referring the site to visitors. The e-commerce giant wants users to know where they are being directed to.

For this reason, Amazon bans link shortening that doesn’t make it obvious that you are sending users to Amazon.

[pullquote align=”normal”]You will not cloak, hide, spoof, or otherwise obscure the URL of your site containing Special Links (including by use of a redirecting page) such that we cannot reasonably determine the site from which a customer clicks through such Special Link to the Amazon Site[/pullquote]

Amazon explicitly states under their 30th Participation Requirement.

However, you can use Amazon’s default link shortener service,

3. Including links in eBooks or PDF documents

Just like email, these two mediums are easy to access offline, which is a big no-no for placement of Amazon Affiliate links.

This requirement has been somewhat ambiguous in the past, with some users pointing out that Amazon expressly bans emailing links but never mentions eBooks. However, according to the Amazon account agreement,

[pullquote align=”normal”]In any printed material, mailing, SMS, MMS, email or attachment to email, or other document, or any oral solicitation[/pullquote]

Document is specific here, so it’s assumed that the policy for any E-book will be same. So include Amazon affiliate links on your E-Book or any other PDF documents only if you want to get banned.

4. Using Your Affiliate Link for Items You Purchase

It’d be a pretty sweet deal if you could do all of your shopping online via Amazon using your affiliate link, and earn some Affiliates commission while you do.

Unfortunately for thrifty shoppers, Amazon has expressly forbidden this practice.  Rule #29 of the Participation Requirements states

[pullquote align=”normal”]You will not purchase any Product(s) through Special Links for use by you or for resale or commercial use of any kind. [/pullquote]

That’s pretty clear cut language (not just the legal jargon), and an easy way to find yourself with a ban!

5. Operate More than One Account

In an effort to limit spam and make sure that their bans carry weight, Amazon only allows one account per individual.

If you create more than one account, expect to get banned promptly. Some business owners may qualify for an exception depending on the nature and scale of their business, so feel free to contact Amazon and ask for some leniency.

If you go ahead and create another account without reaching out first though, a ban is coming your way.

Some new affiliates do this mistake often. Amazon Affiliate Account BanThey think of new accounts for new sites to keep track of the site’s earning.

For this purpose, you don’t need new accounts. You can create upto 100 tracking ID from a single account and use 1 Tracking ID for new sites.

You can avail tracking ID wise report from the report section.

6. Use Amazon User Reviews as Your Own

Feel free to base your potential endorsement of a product based on how well that product is reviewed. In fact, relying on the user generated reviews on Amazon to determine the quality of products is a good idea overall.

I use user’s opinion and develop content accordingly. But I don’t copy them directly. I just take the opinion, and write of my own. I make sure to publish high quality contents that both Amazon and Google loves!

Don’t ever copy and paste those user reviews to your own site, or pass them off as your own. It might seem like an easy way to generate copy and bulk up the content on your site. Warn your freelancer about it before you hire them on freelance marketplace. Just copy-paste will land you with a banned account quickly.

Again, the language on this one is very upfront in participation requirement #28:

[pullquote align=”normal”]You will not display or otherwise use any of our customer reviews or star ratings, in part or in whole.[/pullquote]

I have seen so many affiliates’ showing customer reviews on their site using WordPress plugins. This is a policy violation and any time can lead those marketers to ban.

[thrive_text_block color=”note” headline=”Special Note”] Some affiliates mention Amazon user rating on their site manually. Don’t do this. For rating, you can rate something similar to Amazon user rating naming ‘Editor Rating’ or something similar on your site.[/thrive_text_block]

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7. Forget to Mention You Are an Amazon Affiliate

Every page of your website that sells an Amazon product needs to have a disclaimer explaining that you are an Affiliate, and will earn a small commission from sold products.

Every.  Single.  Page.

Leave out this information, and you’ll land in banned territory quickly. An easy way to include this information is on the footer of each page that sells a product.

From now on, put the following disclaimer to all of your niche sites.

[code] is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to (“your website name” (, or,,, or[/code]

You can also announce however you want. Whatever disclaimer you draw up, make sure you have something announcing you are an affiliate.

For all of my niche websites, I also publish an ‘Affiliate Disclosure’ where I mention everything. You can also do the same to be in safe side.


8. Link from Sexually Explicit and/or Violent Sites

Under item 2 of the operating agreement, Amazon clearly forbids using affiliate links on site that contain certain materials.

[pullquote align=”normal”] One example of an unsuitable site “include those that: promote or contain sexually explicit materials. [/pullquote]

While this can be a vague term, it’s better to err on the safe side.  Or, check in with Amazon before posting your links on a site that could be on the border line of explicit or violent.

9. Auto-Tag Amazon Sessions (iFrame, Automatic Cookie install)

Amazon by default stores cookie information for users who click on your links, saving your affiliate information in case that user buys your linked product within a 24 hour period.

But some savvy Amazon Affiliates have figured out ways to take advantage of this practice, and auto-tag users to make it look like a lot more clicks are coming in.

I want to share an interesting story I read a couple years ago.

Digital Point Solution founder Shawn Hogan followed a similar practice with eBay affiliate program, and he was the top marketer at eBay in terms of making money! eBay didn’t know the insight, so they offered Shawn a Private Jet! He made $28 Million with this system he found.

However, later eBay sued him, FBI arrested Shaw and taken to court.

If Amazon thinks you are engaging in this practice your account will be banned (and possibility of being taken to court 😉 ). To make sure you don’t trigger any false flags, avoid using iFrame’s on your site all together, as that’s how shady sellers use this trick.

10. Buy Paid Search Placements

Amazon defines paid search placements as follows in their Associates Operating Agreement

[pullquote align=”normal”]“Prohibited Paid Search Placement” means an advertisement that you purchased through bidding on keywords, search terms, or other identifiers[/pullquote]

While paid placement of this kind can do a lot to make your site more successful, it can also lead directly to an affiliate ban. So be careful while generating traffic for your niche site using paid ads.

11. Violate Amazon’s Trademark Policy

No matter how big your Affiliate site is, Amazon can shut down things quickly if they believe you are in violation of their trademark rights. To clarify, Amazon owns a ton of trademarks, not all of which have anything to do with the phrase “Amazon.”

Proprietary products like Kindle are trademarked too, and you can quickly violate these trademarks by including trademark information in your site’s Domain name.

However, you can use trademarked name in your post permalink, as keyword in permalink is one of the on-Page SEO factors that help getting ranked in Google.

OK –

Not OK –

12. Mentioning Price in Niche Site Contents Manually

It might be tempting to discuss things like price and how great of a deal certain items are in your content directly, but doing so runs afoul of Amazon’s good graces.

Amazon changes the prices of items regularly, and putting price information right in your content means that your site will look obsolete when changes do occur.

And worse than that, discussing prices in your content directly could result in a ban.

I’m an affiliate marketer with Amazon for more than 2 years now. I didn’t even know there is any policy that might lead me to ban.

I learned this from Joseph Magnotti from EmpireFlippers while I listed one of my niche sites for sell recently. Here is the email screenshot Joe sent me.

Amazon Terms Joseph

Noticed anything?

Amazon affiliate accounts are getting banned for mentioning product price in content. An example how I was breaking Amazon’s term.

Amazon Price Policy Violation

How to comply with this term? Well, this is what I did in a different post.

Avoid Policy Violation

Here is what mentioned about price display in Amazon Operating Agreement

[pullquote align=”normal”]If you choose to display prices for any Product on your site in any “comparison” format (including through the use of any price-comparison tool or engine) together with prices for the same or similar products offered through any web site or other means other than the Amazon Site, you must display both the lowest “new” price and, if we provide it to you, the lowest “used” price at which the Product is available on the Amazon Site. You may not otherwise include price information on your site. [/pullquote]

So it’s clear that we can’t mention price manually, and the only option to show price is using theme like AuthorityAzon (the theme automatically update price from Amazon using product advertising API) or plugin like EasyAzon.

13. Avoid Social Media Promotion without Knowing The Rules

While Amazon generally does not allow you to share affiliate links on sites you do not own, social network sites are something of an exception. However, there are a few important rules that govern sharing links on social media.

In general, avoid all of the bannable offenses above, like sharing links on a sexually explicit or violent Social Media page or using Amazon trademark info in your page titles (like creating a Facebook page named – Amazon Discount and posting affiliate links of product with discount).

In order to make sure that you are sharing acceptable links on your social media, be sure to click the “share” buttons from the Amazon Affiliates Stripe when you are logged into your affiliate account.

Amazon Affiliate Social Share

Note that, you will only get the option once you are login to your Amazon affiliate account, and your ‘Display Setting’ is on from ‘Associates Site Stripe Options’ which can be found in Account Setting.

Amazon Affiliate Display Stripe Options

14. Promote Amazon with Copy Content

In general, Amazon wants to be sure that Affiliates are sharing links on high quality sites only. That means that if your site is all advertising copy, or totally devoid of content, Amazon won’t look at you favorably.

When you first join as an Amazon Affiliate, you will need to meet quality guidelines on your site as far as content is concerned.

And as long as you maintain that high level of quality, and make sure that your site contains genuine content and not entirely copy content, you should be fine.

With copy content, not only Amazon will ban you as an affiliate, you will get a penalty from Google as well.

15. Offering Rebate

Offering rebate is one of the tricky ways marketers use to increase sales. While this works for digital product marketplaces like Clickbank, there is no way to apply the same technique for Amazon affiliate program.

[pullquote align=”normal”]You will not offer any person or entity any consideration or incentive (including any money, rebate, discount, points, donation to charity or other organization, or other benefit) [/pullquote]

The agreement clears it all. Offer rebate only if you want to get banned.

16. No Sales In 90 Days

I run a Facebook group of Amazon Affiliate marketers in my country. This ’90 Day Sales’ term came to my notice once one of the members posted the following screenshot on the group recently.

Amazon 90 Days Sales Policy

According to the email, once you sign up for Amazon Affiliate program, you need to sell at least 1 product within 90 days, else you will no longer be an Amazon affiliate.

However, the good news is, you can re-apply to become Amazon affiliate anytime later only on this circumstances.

It’s Your Turn

For more information about all of these common pitfalls, and all of the other things that Amazon wants you to know about being an Affiliate, make sure to check out the full Amazon Affiliate’s agreement.

Have questions about any of the bannable offenses above?

The best thing to do is to contact Amazon.

Don’t risk it: your status as an Amazon Affiliate hangs in the balance.

68 thoughts on “These Mistakes Will Get You Banned As An Amazon Affiliate (Most Do # 1 & 7)”

  1. Hi Al-Amin Bro,

    Thanks for the awesome post to protect our Amazon Affiliate Account.

    I have a question, If I hang an affiliate disclaimer as graphical image in every single page, is there any problem?

    • Hi Fakharuddin,

      I’m glad that you loved the post.

      Adding an affiliate disclaimer with images will also work. Amazon wants your visitors to know they are being directed to the site with an affiliate link, and you will make money if they purchase any product from the e-commerce giant.

  2. Thanks for sharing such an important post. I was wondering if I use plugin like easyazon or theme like authority azon where amazon Product Advertising API key is used to import the updated price of the products automatically whenever price changes, would that be violation of amazon associate TOS. I guess not 🙂

    • Thanks for the heads up Raihan.

      Yes, you are right. Showing data on your site using Amazon Product Advertising API won’t harm your Amazon Affiliate Account. So it’s safe to use AuthorityAzon or EasyAzon.

  3. At number #10, Buy Paid Search Placements is not allowed. Could u give us more explanation about this?

    1/ PPC > Amazon Referral Links
    2/ PPC > Review Site > Amazon Referral Links

    I think the first option is not allowed by Amazon, but the second option is allowed. CMIIW

    • To add to what Al-Amin Kabir indicated – you cannot use a redirect in the second example. If a surfer clicks on a link in your PPC ad and is automatically redirected from your site to Amazon, a ban could be in your future.

      Bottom line is that PPC > Review Site > Amazon is OK if the surfer clicks the link on the review site, but not otherwise.

  4. Everyday I try my best for know few new info about amazon from your Facebook group, I am new. So I want to know more about amazon, after then I will start. Thanks again for your great post.

  5. This is really very awesome Al-Amin.
    The funny thing is that I’ve never taken the time to read the entire Amazon associates TOS and i just discovered some mistakes I’ve been making as well without knowing its against their TOS.

    The major mistake being the issue of writing product prices on my pages especially on my product comparison table.

    I know this post must have taken you lots of time to put together but the truth is that its really helpful.

    Thanks for sharing.

  6. the true is you can mention/put the price in your site..but you must put the disclaimer under the price mentioning that tht price is valid as the date of the post been published..this is what amazon staff respones to my email..

  7. Al-Amin, thanks so much for a detailed post! It is very helpful for Amazon affiliate beginners like myself.

    I would like to inform you that 90 days mentioned in #16 is no longer true.

    I applied for Amzon affiliate just a few days ago, and in my welcome email they mentioned 180 days: “If there has not been a referred sale through your Associates links within 180 days of sign-up, the application and your Associates Central access will be withdrawn.”
    Which is a good news 🙂 When I saw 180 days I freaked out a bit, but I am now glad to see that they have actually extended this period

    Thanks again for an awesome post!

  8. Thanka for this helpful article. I will be glad if you answer my below question abour baning amazon account.

    Can I post my amazon adfiliate links in my facebook profile, facebook pages, twitter profile??

    How can I send my amazon affiliate link of amazon home page to my us clients? So that they can use my affiliate link when purchase from amazon.

    Will amazon ban me for these things?

  9. Thanks for the great article.

    I have a question about using Amazon’s product images – sometimes to get images to display nicely on my site I end up saving a copy of the Amazon product image, and then cropping or resizing it to suit. I will then upload the image to my wordpress media library and I use the image with a custom URL to the Amazon product listing.

    Is this within the Amazon terms of service?

  10. Thanks for sharing AL Amin. I need your advice. Actually i have one mini site affiliate amazon, until know i did’t make any sale. So what should i do to earn more money from affiliate amazon? Tq

  11. Great post.
    I was not aware that you cannot mention amazon ratings in your web posts.
    But for the price, yes amazon did send me email about the prices, and that i must folow the rules, so i removed all of the prices.

  12. Really a nice post. Actually it is kind of summarize of amazon rules and regulation. I will keep looking post like this. Best wishes bro

  13. Thanks for such a great piece of content.
    There´s no translation of the Tos in Spanish so we can misunderstand some things.

    I´d like to ask what´s the procedure of Amazon in the case you infringe:

    – Do they send you an e-mail so you can correct them or do they directly close your account.

    I guees that would depend on how hard you infringe the TOS

    Thanks in adavance

  14. Thanks for the tips and knowledge But still I have confusion on the very first point “Send Amazon Affiliate Links In Email”

    You told not to place direct amazon link in emails. And also mentioned to place links in first paragraph of the newsletters.

    So I’ve got few questions regarding sell via email marketing >

    1) if I do email marketing to targeted people with my Niche site’s link is that okay?

    2) if email marketing doesn’t work well, so why people inspire to do affiliate through sales funnel? ( as far as I concern, sales funnel is helpful to get customer’s emails/leads)

    3) as you mentioned ” Clicking on the link later can get you banned.”, what is the meaning of the term “later” ? Does it means 1/2 days or something else?

    Apologies for the too much questions, but i need these answers badly. You answers will help me to take the right decision.

    Best Regards
    Abdullah Al Masud

  15. A little tongue in cheek humor? You mention in the title that the most common errors are #1 and #7.

    The table of contents shows #7 is “Forget to Mention You Are an Amazon Affiliate” – but discussion of #7 is… missing 🙂

  16. Thank you for your great article but I’m a bit confused by one thing.
    I understand that non-updated prices on an Amazon affiliate website can be a reason for banning, but what if you’re making articles for ‘best microwaves under 300 dollars’ or ‘this product costs just a little under 500 dollars’ and so on? It’s not specifically stating the price of the product, but the price range. What do you think about this situation, could this be a reason for banning?

  17. Hi again Al-Amin,
    I’ve read in several other websites that:

    #2: it’s ok to obfuscate affiliate links, as long as your website states it’s an Amazon affiliate website
    #7: the Disclaimer could be inserted in an apposite webpage (like Affiliate Disclosure), and it’s not needed to be inserted in any page

    What do you think about hese 2 points?

    Thank you

  18. Hi Kabir

    Indeed a great post about internet marketing mistakes.

    I am glad that you have covered the major internet marketing mistakes which almost every internet marketers do.

    Internet marketing is the best way of making money online and the best part about it is, It allow internet marketers to earn with few but potential visitors. We don’t need huge amount of traffic to earn. We only need 10 targeted visitors who can purchase the product.

    The most common mistake which internet marketers make is, they promote so many products at once without having any experience with them.

    To earn more, internet marketers pick every high paying product and start promoting them but don’t get any sales from them because they don’t focus on each product correctly that’s why they are unable to makes sales.

    Every successful internet marketer suggest to promote only those products which you have personally used.

    I would like to thank you for sharing such a great piece of content. 😀

  19. Oh my goodness! I didn’t know these restrictions. Thank you so much for opening my eyes. I’ll make sure to blog about this to inform my own readers and will credit you on this post. Congrats on this terrific article.

  20. Hello Alamin, Thanks for a Great Articles about Mistakes to get banned.

    I have a Question about Mentioning Products Price. You wrote #15 Step about this. My question is if i used Amazon Banner. I mean “Native Shopping Ads”. Is its problem about this? Exm-

  21. I’m really really excited with your blog post and read twice and hopefully I’m not yet prepared for a niche site or amazon affiliate! Still finding a profitable niche without paid softwares. Thanks for your post! 🙂 Well written content! 🙂 I will visit your website everyday! 🙂

  22. Al-Amin Bhai thanks a lot for sharing such a nice informative post .

    I have some issues to be discussed with you as follow :

    1. Firstly, about the point no 10 – Buy Paid Search Placements – I have run an ad campaign recently on one of my sites , before doing this I mailed to Amazon customer support about this and they replied me :

    Hi Shamsul,

    If you are referring to Adword compaigns they are not against the Operating Agreement. Be cautioned your are not allowed to put your link directly inside of it though. You must refer them to your website only. Also be sure to add to your account. Account Settings>Edit your website list.

    I hope this helps

    We’d appreciate your feedback. Please use the links below to tell us about your experience today.

    Best regards,
    Jason J.

    So, it makes me confused that driving traffic on my niche site by ad campaign may banned my account

    2. About the Affiliate disclosure . I saw many top leveled niche site disclose their affiliate disclaimer on a different page and link of this page are visible on menu, or on footer . Do I really need to publish the disclaimer on every page or a page link naming ” Affiliate Disclosure ” will be okay which is shown on every page ?

    All other information are really valuable and useful for us . Thanks again for this article .

    Emon Anam

  23. I read your post and it’s really very helpful for all of who use Amazon Affiliate Programme but I have a question if I use affiliate links to the Youtube videos description is amazon banned my account?

  24. Hi Al-Amin, I have a big question. Should I use funtion “cloak-hide” link of EasyAzon? Can I get ban with this?
    Hope you answer. Thanks!!!

  25. Thanks for this very useful article Al-Amin. If I become an affiliate partner of other sites in addition to amazon and give buyers different buying options, will that violate Amazon’s rules? Thanks in advance.

  26. Hello,

    Well, I am trying to learn affiliate marketing from last few months, but I am finding it very difficult, specially the conversion part, as I am not able to attract any sales expect one or two.

    Although, I am learning it quickly, and Now, I can say, I made a mistake by picking products without enough research and also, I reviewed the product without even using it, so all this resulted in failure.

    But I hope, I will improve on my skills and will succeed in Affiliate marketing soon.

  27. Great post, can using WordPress plugins like Amazon-product-in-a-post that displays products in a list type format with price using amazon API get you banned?

  28. When I read this article, my Amazon affiliate account was closed because I violated some of rules that mentioned in this article.

    Knowing Amazon’s ToS clearly is very difficult, its rule sometimes is changed/updated, this will make our account closed soon.

    Thank you for your sharing

  29. Dear Al-Amin,
    Your blog covered every single top on amazon affiliated Marketing. But, this very blog post is very exclusive. Thanks for writing such an excellent post. This is one of the best and rare post.

    Keep shining….

  30. Brother Al amin i am trying to create amazon niche site ,many many thanks for published this article ,its so helpful for me .

  31. Hi man, first of all great article.

    I just wanted to clear something up. number 13 is not really complete. you CAN share your links on any social media with the normal link BUT you need to tell amazon that you will do so first! (that can be done adding your social media profile links in the “traffic sources” textfield.) i’ve built a few amazon niche sites here in italy and i’ve read and chatted with every single amazon staff there is (great support from them as always), just to avoid breaking the rules. i’ll actually pass this post to my clients from now on and save up some time =D

    thanks again for the great blog post!

    • Hi Alejandro,

      I have been sharing Amazon ref links to my social media networks. However, I have not listed my social media sites in Amazon account. Is it mandatory to add all social media sites (fb, twitter, reddit, pinterest, etc) to Amazon affiliate account? And I didn’t find Traffic Sources text field in Amazon dashboard/settings.

  32. Thank you for this valuable post on amazon affiliate. We recently started one amazon affiliate website and earned few bucks.
    This info really helps us how to promote amazon products without getting banned from amazon and most of the info that you mentioned in this post really helps newbie like us. Thanks again for posting valuable to amazon niche marketers.

  33. This is a powerful information. Thank you so much for this post, I have just found new tips to increase my knowledge about the amazon affiliate program. Thanks again.

  34. Hi,

    I read your article, I observed that some mistakes always for newbie.thanks for kindly information from us.

  35. List goes on:

    1) Dont use texts “check Best price on Amazon”, “check cheapest price on amazon” etc. If your prices isnt the cheapest or best you get a ban.
    2) When you write an article “best product under 100$” all products prices must be under 100$, Alwyas. These post types are very risky.
    3) Dont use any pop ups with amazon links.
    4) I dont recommend visitors send to category pages but only product pages.
    5) Dont use customized amazon banners and buttons.

    • Hi Carlos,

      Should not send visitors to category pages but only product pages.
      Can you elaborate on this ?

      Also about the popup stuff….If i monetize the pop ups with other CPA options then will Amazon have any problem


  36. Hi Al-Amin,

    In Point No 9 , yu have mentioned that we should not use iframe….

    But I stumbled across an amazon site which uses Iframe to dislay Amazon customer review which he pulls from Amazon website….
    Check the Amazon Customer Reviews in Product Desription Page….You will find the amazon reviews displayed inside an iframe…..Is this allowed.


  37. Hi Al-Amin,

    In Point No 9 , yu have mentioned that we should not use iframe….

    But I stumbled across an amazon site which uses Iframe to dislay Amazon customer review which he pulls from Amazon website….
    Check the Amazon Customer Reviews in Product Desription Page..

    ..You will find the amazon reviews displayed inside an iframe…..Is this allowed.


  38. Hi Admin,

    This is really nice article and helpful to me or anyone. But I still confuse about some thing, special “6. Use Amazon User Reviews as Your Own” rule.

    In the review articles, I have mentioned to user reviews on Amazon site. But, I don’t just copy and paste. I rewrite it as my own. For example:
    “D.Gushman, a satisfied customer says it is the best purchase decision that he has ever made. He has rheumatoid arthritis and now sleeps deeply for between 6 to 8 hours every day. He wakes up feeling refreshed and rejuvenated. He equates sleeping on the comfortable, quality mattress to a relaxing and spiritual experience on a serene, heavenly cloud. He rated the Perfect Cloud memory foam mattress with a well deserved 5 out of 5 stars.”

    It it right or wrong? If it’s wrong, what is exactly I need to do to make Amazon love?

    Thanks for nice article and your help!

  39. Hello,

    Thanks for your awesome guide.

    Can I use adsense? Is this safe for amazon affiliate account. Please let me know.

    Looking forward to seeing your positive replyl,

  40. I’d like know the impact of iframe on seo, is that not suitable to get good ranking on SERP? Amazon affiliate put three choices, firstone is text+image which contain iframe, secondone only text, plus thirdone is image. But im more interested by thev first choice, what i should do in this case?
    Thanks for advance.

  41. Hi, Thanks for detailed info. But I am little confused with price mention in the content. For example if I say, This earphone is awesome deal under $25 . and actual prices are is $15 which I don’t mention in the article. But as google has search query like above mentioned. Can I include in the article without risk of banning by amazon?
    Waiting for the precious reply.

  42. What happened to #7 – it seemed to be removed and the main article jumps from #6 to #8 – especially when #7 is featured as a main point in the title?

  43. I really frustated with amazon, i got email from them, they say
    “You are not in compliance with Section 2 of the Operating Agreement because the information in your Program application and otherwise associated with your account (including your email address and other contact information and identification of your site) is not accurate or up-to-date.”
    So, must we update my website information? I think I was add and update it when i create new website.

  44. Quick question (this pertains to the missing #7): I just read through the Amazon Associates user agreement, and it said something along the lines of “don’t say you’re affiliated with us”, and then immediately afterwards said “you must say you’re affiliated with us.

    Which do I do….? I’ve seen plenty of others say that they are affiliated, but is there a limited way we can do it?

  45. Hi, Thanks for the guide. A quick question, Can I buy real traffic and push that to a landing page of my affiliate site? Will this cause a risk of banning my amazon account?


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