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How to use Amazon SiteStripe

There are a variety of advertisement options that can help you share Amazon products with your followers. These ads can be in the form of individual text links, banner links, or widgets, and they can be quickly and easily created by SiteStripe and added to your website.

Watch this video and learn how to easily monetize on any Amazon product or page.

It’s easier than ever to create associate links

SiteStripe is a convenient desktop link-creation tool that eliminates the need to visit Associates Central. SiteStripe lets you build your Amazon Associate links right from the Amazon page itself. Once activated, SiteStripe will appear at the top of every Amazon page and provide quick and easy access for building and sharing links.

Use SiteStripe to access helpful features within each Amazon store page

  • Settings: Access or edit settings for SiteStripe.
  • Help: Select this for SiteStripe help.
  • Earnings: Access the Reports tab on Associates Central.
  • Share: Click on the Facebook or Twitter icons to directly share links on either platform using your own account. After you select the channel, you can add text to customize your post.
  • Link—Text and Image: Select this to create the HTML code for a link box with the name, picture, and current price of the product, and then copy to integrate it into your site.
  • Get Link—Text: Create an HTML code for a text link while you are on a product page. You're able to create long or short links, and then copy to integrate them into your site.
  • Get Link—Image: Create an HTML code for an image link while you are on a product page. You're able to choose from multiple sizes, and then copy to integrate it into your site.

Get ready to earn!

You must be registered in the Amazon Associates Program to display SiteStripe on the Amazon shop page. Follow these steps to ensure SiteStripe is activated:

  • Click on Tools in Associates Central and choose SiteStripe.
  • Scroll down and click Learn more.
  • Scroll further and click Enable in Display Status.
  • Now you will automatically see the SiteStripe bar at the top of every Amazon page you view. If you can't see it, re-enter your registration data in the Amazon Associates Program and then re-visit the Amazon website.
  • You can create a link in SiteStripe and it will be automatically attributed back to your store ID.
  • Copy and paste the link into your site and receive a portion of every product sold.

Fine-tune SiteStripe settings and adjustments

Just click SiteStripe at the far right of the Settings icon and then click SiteStripe Options to amend the settings for SiteStripe. You can also access the SiteStripe options by clicking on My Account > SiteStripe Options within the Amazon Associates Program.

Do you have more questions about Site Stripe? Visit our FAQs for help.

Watch more Associates tutorials and tips on our YouTube channel.

Sours: https://affiliate-program.amazon.com/resource-center/sitestripe-overview

On a hot summer’s day in a lush, green Cairo garden just a stone’s throw from the Nile, 29-year-old Mostafa Amin is talking about bread. He’s speaking with the kind of reverence usually reserved for celebrities, football teams or minor miracles like manna - the small, doughy rolls dropped from on high to help the Israelites flee the Pharaoh, according to the Bible.

“In Egyptian Arabic, we call bread ‘aish’, which translates as ‘life’,” Amin explains. “We are a culture of bread - not rice, not meat or potatoes. Most of us eat Egyptian baladi bread with all three meals across the day. Last year we were the world’s number-two consumer of flour and we produced – not consumed, okay — 28 billion loaves of baladi. It’s important.”

Indeed, bread is more than just food in Egypt – it’s history, glory, anger and revolution. The first ever loaf of bread was baked in Egypt 10,000 years ago, thanks to the quern, a technological innovation that allowed nomadic people to crush grain. The Nile delta, at the height of the Roman Empire, was the bread basket of the world. Across the 20th century, every drop in the bread subsidy in Egypt, a country where 45 per cent of the population earn around $2 per day, caused huge public protests. On 17 January 2011, a baker called Abdou Abdel Monaam set himself on fire in the port city of Alexandria over the price of bread, sparking an uprising that kickstarted Egypt’s Arab Spring and led to the fall of President Hosni Mubarak’s government.

In this context, launching Breadfast, a home-delivery startup promising fresh loaves delivered to by 5am, was a no brainer to Amin: a huge population, bread’s enormous popularity and a service that could grow quickly into the Ocado or Amazon Fresh of Egypt and on into the rest of the Middle East.

But, in north Africa, it’s not quite that easy. “Egypt has political instability, soaring inflation and high interest rates.” Amin says. “If you go to an investor right now, they’ll ask why they should put money in a startup while they can put it in the bank and get 15 per cent? There are probably ten investors in the whole country with vision beyond wanting 90 per cent of your company for $200,000. Most of the rest are real estate investors who want a quick return.”

Amin is not used to this way of thinking. In 2014, he moved to Berlin for a couple of years Berlin to earn some cash as a coder and there the startup philosophy was, as he puts it, “reach the first million in your user base, and then see how you can monetise. But in the Middle East, we don’t work like that. From day one, investors want you to show something tangible. They don’t speak about the next generation, they want to talk about something basic people will pay for on the spot.”

Since the 2011 revolution, Cairo has experienced a dramatic increase in young entrepreneurs like Amin. Almost 30 per cent of Egyptians live below the poverty line, while millions hover just above it. After years of energy subsidy cuts, tax increases, austerity measures and currency flotation, these entrepreneurs offer one of the best hopes for the country to achieve Harvard University’s Center for International Development’s hopeful predictions of annual growth rate reaching 6.63 per cent by 2026.

“Egypt has one of the best strategic locations in the world,” Amin points out, sheltering under a tree from the heat of the midday sun and sipping a cold bottle of water. “We have 100 million people and if you give these people a proper education, you will create lots of impact. This country is a treasure. But we have terrible infrastructure, short sighted investors, zero management and zero vision. Those are our problems.”

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How to Enable Amazon Site Stripe for Affiliates

What is Amazon Affiliate SiteStripe?

This is a navigation bar for Amazon affiliates to easily create links from pages on Amazon, check stats, go to the affiliate discussion boards, and more.

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What is New Feature of  SiteStripe?

The new SiteStripe feature allows you to create links directly from the Amazon.com site without having to visit Associates Central. It lets you build links to any page on Amazon, and even share those links on Facebook or Twitter. It also has handy shortcuts to some other useful Associates pages.

How to Enable/Disable Affilaite SiteStripe?

If you click Settings >Options, you can turn off the Site Stripe and select which buttons are displayed.

I love this new feature because I would have to open two browsers in the past to create Amazon affiliate links: one for the direct link to a given product and the other for the affiliate interface to create a link.

The Site Stripe only seems to show up if you’re logged in to your Amazon account already. At least, that was my experience when taking a look in Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer.

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How To Use Amazon Site Stripe - Link To Any Page On Amazon As An Affiliate

SiteStripe Help

What is SiteStripe?

The new SiteStripe feature allows you to create links directly from the Amazon.com site without having to visit Associates Central. It lets you build links to any page on Amazon, and even share those links on Facebook or Twitter. It also has handy short-cuts to some other useful Associates pages.

What's new in the latest release?

The new SiteStripe has a new look and feel that we think will make it easier for you to create links directly from the Amazon.com site without having to visit Associates Central. Here are the key SiteStripe features:
  • Get Link: Text – lets you build short and long links to the current Amazon page you are viewing. Your store ID and tracking ID are already included in the short link. Your last used store ID and tracking ID is incorporated in the initially generated short link. You also have the option of specifying the store ID and tracking ID to use in the short link. Copy the generated short link and paste it into the code for your website or to use in your Facebook and Twitter posts. The linking options vary depending on whether you are on a product detail page or not. Links to specific products can only be made if you are viewing that specific product.
  • Get Link: Image – lets you build image links to the current Amazon product page you are viewing. Your last used store ID and tracking ID is incorporated in the initially generated link. You also have the option of updating the store ID and tracking ID to use in the link.
  • Get Link: Text+Image – lets you build text and image links to the current Amazon product page you are viewing. Your last used store ID and tracking ID is incorporated in the initially generated link. You also have the option of updating the store ID and tracking ID to use in the link.
  • Native Shopping Ads: Custom – lets you create a Custom ad variant of Native Shopping Ads in the Card format. First, you need to search for a product in the Amazon search box that you want to create an ad for, and navigate to the product detail page. The option to create a Custom (Card) format will be enabled only on a product detail page. Click on ‘Custom’ to see the preview of the ad. Note, if you have Adblock enabled you will be unable to see the ad preview. Copy the generated HTML and insert it into your page’s HTML code at the position where you want to display the specific product in the Card format.
  • Share: on Twitter or Facebook – lets you post a quick update to Twitter or Facebook through your own Twitter/Facebook account with a URL to the current Amazon page being viewed. When you click the Facebook or Twitter button, a new window will open in which you can log in to your Twitter/Facebook account if you’re not already logged in. On that page, you will also have the option to change the default message before posting it.
  • Earnings – links you to your Earnings Summary report. You will be asked to log-in to your Associates Account before viewing your report to ensure the privacy of your report information.
  • Help – links to this help page
Based on your feedback, we now have removed some of the links from SiteStipe to provide you with a cleaner interface. All those functionalities: 'Add to aStore', 'What's New' and 'Discussion Boards', can be accessible by logging into Associates Central.

How Do I Turn SiteStripe On?

To see the SiteStripe you need to be recognized as the Amazon customer corresponding to your Associates account. Ensure that you are signed-in to Amazon using your Associates account by looking at the top of the Amazon.com page.

If there is no name at the top, click the “Sign in to get personalized recommendations” link and sign-in using your Associates account information.
If the name at the top is incorrect, or you are not sure you are using the correct account, select the “(Not <username>)” link (where <username> is an actual account name) and sign-in using your Associates account information.

How Can I Change the Settings for SiteStripe?

You can control whether to view the SiteStripe or not from the Settings button on the SiteStripe or by logging in to Associate Central and then going to your Account Settings - Associates SiteStripe Options. The SiteStripe Options allow you to control the features that you see on the SiteStripe as well as turning the display of the Stripe on or off.

How Do I Turn the SiteStripe On or Off?

To turn the SiteStripe on or off, simply click to the Settings icon on SiteStripe and choose 'Turn Off SiteStripe' option. You can also go to the Account Settings - Associates SiteStripe Optionssection of Associate Central and select the appropriate option to turn the Stripe off or on.
Sours: https://affiliate-program.amazon.com/help/stripe.html

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3 ways to use Amazon SiteStripe links on your blog

SiteStripe is a tool that is located in the Amazon Associates toolbar.

It’s a quick and easy way to include an in-text product link or image. That’s because SiteStripe creates short links without ever leaving the product page.

Why is this important?

Earning a passive income could start as soon as you click publish on your post. What’s key? Cut down the amount of time spent fiddling with the technical side of things! That’s what SiteStripe does.

So SiteStripe really reduces the turnaround time in generating affiliate links. Then, you can focus on the creative side of things.

But how does it all work?

How to use SiteStripe on blogging platforms

To start integrating SiteStripe links on your blogging platforms and other content platforms, you simply need to enable it in your account settings:

1. Log on to your Amazon Affiliates account and click on Tools, then SiteStripe and “Learn More”.

2. Once you have reached the SiteStripe page, make sure there is a green “ON” under the display menu.

3. If SiteStripe is not switched on or the display menu lists it as “OFF”, then just reactivate it and head to the home page again.

4. Double check SiteStripe is now enabled by heading to a product page to see whether the toolbar is now at the top of the item page.

5. Now start linking and sharing your favourite products with your audience!

What do SiteStripe links look like?

Most bloggers use a range of platforms to communicate with their audiences. This means that the linking styles they use must be just as versatile. Luckily, SiteStripe helps with this by providing three different options for how to display links:

Get Link: Text

The first type of link you can choose is a simple text link. Just choose whether you would like a short or long link. Then, integrate it into your written content via the text editor.

Click the ‘Text’ icon on SiteStripe to create a HTML code for a text link – no matter what Amazon product page you’re on. Note that a text link to a product may only be created when you are on the product page on Amazon.co.uk.

Your Tracking ID is automatically integrated into the link. If you have several Tracking IDs, you can choose between them via a drop-down menu.

Get Link: Image

If you would like to link from an image directly, then selecting “Image” will create an HTML code for an image link. Again, you must be on a product page, and you can choose one of three image sizes.

The most-recently-used Tracking ID is inserted into the link, but you can also choose another Tracking ID from the drop-down menu.

Get Link: Text + Image

If you would like to push the product recommendation a little more and have it appear independently of the text, then “Text and Image” is the choice for you.

Clicking on ‘Text+Image’ in the widget on a specific product page creates the HTML code for a Link Box with the name, picture and current price of the product.

The Amazon logo and a ‘Buy’ button is integrated into this box. The most recent Tracking ID is automatically inserted into the link. However, you can also choose a different tracking ID from the drop-down menu.

How can I make settings and adjustments for SiteStripe?

Although the SiteStripe is flexible, you might need to make an adjustment for your preferred settings. Don’t worry, this is easily done and just needs you to click on the “Settings” gear on the far right of the SiteStripe menu.

Here you can amend any settings or even just double check what your current settings are.

Alternatively, you can also access the SiteStripe options by clicking on My Account > SiteStripe Options within the Amazon Associates Program.

If you have any questions, just reach out to Amazon’s support team for a helping hand.

So what are you waiting for?

Now that you have SiteStripe enabled, adding affiliate links to your content should take less time than ever before. Faster link creation means your audience has the chance to see and can start clicking on your links sooner than you thought.

Check out your Amazon Associates settings and enable SiteStripe now.

Sours: https://amazon-affiliate.eu/en/3-ways-use-amazon-sitestripe-links-blog/
How to Use Amazon Associates SiteStripe

What is SiteStripe?

The new SiteStripe feature allows you to create links directly from the Amazon.eg site without having to visit Associates Central. It lets you build links to any page on Amazon, and even share those links on Facebook or Twitter. It also has handy short-cuts to some other useful Associates pages.

What's new in the latest release?

The new SiteStripe has a new look and feel that we think will make it easier for you to create links directly from the Amazon.eg site without having to visit Associates Central. Here are the key SiteStripe features:

  • Get Link: Text – lets you build short and long links to the current Amazon page you are viewing. Your Associate ID and tracking ID are already included in the short link. Your last used Associate ID and tracking ID is incorporated in the initially generated short link. You also have the option of specifying the Associate ID and tracking ID to use in the short link. Copy the generated short link and paste it into the code for your website or to use in your Facebook and Twitter posts. The linking options vary depending on whether you are on a product detail page or not. Links to specific products can only be made if you are viewing that specific product.

  • Earnings – links you to your Earnings Summary report. You will be asked to log-in to your Associates Account before viewing your report to ensure the privacy of your report information.
  • Help – links to this help page
Based on your feedback, we now have removed some of the links from SiteStripe to provide you with a cleaner interface. All those functionalities: 'What's New' and 'Discussion Boards', can be accessible by logging into Associates Central.

How Do I Turn SiteStripe On?

To see the SiteStripe you need to be recognised as the Amazon customer corresponding to your Associates account. Ensure that you are signed-in to Amazon using your Associates account by looking at the top of the Amazon.eg page.

If there is no name at the top, click the “Sign in to get personalised recommendations” link and sign-in using your Associates account information.
If the name at the top is incorrect, or you are not sure you are using the correct account, select the “(Not )” link (where <username> is an actual account name) and sign-in using your Associates account information.

How Can I Change the Settings for SiteStripe?

You can control whether to view the Site Stripe or not from the Settings button on the SiteStripe or by logging in to Associate Central and then going to your Account Settings - Associates SiteStripe Options. The SiteStripe Options allow you to control the features that you see on the SiteStripe as well as turning the display of the Stripe on or off.

How Do I Turn the SiteStripe On or Off?

To turn the SiteStripe on or off, simply click to the Settings icon on SiteStripe and choose 'Turn Off Site Stripe' option. You can also go to the Account Settings - Associates Site Stripe Options section of Associate Central and select the appropriate option to turn the Stripe off or on.

Sours: https://affiliate-program.amazon.com/help/node/topic/GJMMT7G4C8K4Y3AY

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Amazon Associates Program Add ‘Site Stripe’ – Make Affiliate Links from Any Page on Amazon

I just logged into Amazon Associates just now and found that they’ve done a redesign of their Associates area and have added a very handy new feature for Amazon Associates publishers.

It’s called ‘Site Stripe’ and essentially it allows you to create affiliate links as you surf Amazon. It’s a little grey stripe that appears at the top of any Amazon.com page that allows you to link to that page, add a product to an aStore, see your Earnings Summary, See ‘what’s New’, go to a discussion board or see ‘settings’.

Here’s how it looks (click to enlarge):

Amazon-Site-Stripe

Click links and you are taken to an Associates area relevant to the selection that you make.

This is going to be really handy for Amazon affiliates that link to a lot of products on Amazon – it’ll save flipping between Amazon pages and Associates back end pages and should speed up the process and remove a few steps in the process.

When you log into the back end of Amazon Associates you can set up the settings for this feature by clicking the ‘Links and Banners’ tab and then clicking the ‘Learn More’ button in the ‘Site Stripe’ section. Here you can turn Site Stripe on and off as well as selecting which features you want in the stripe.

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