|Written by Lifeengineer|
If you sell and market on the internet as an Amazon Affiliate it can be very helpful to add additional Tracking ID's if you have a lot of internet content on websites or blogs.¬† The Amazon tracking ID's can help you understand where your hits and sales originate from so you can fine turn your internet content.¬† Since Google Blogger recently added Amazon affiliate sales as a way to monetize a blog, this might be the perfect time to try it out.¬† Follow these easy steps to add an additional Amazon affiliate tracking ID.
Step 1:¬† Go to amazon.com and login to your affiliate account.
Step 2.¬† Click "Account Settings" near the top right of¬†any Amazon Associates page.
Step 3:¬† Click "Manage your tracking IDs" near the right side of the settings page.
Step 4:¬† Click the yellow icon labeled "Add Tracking ID".
Step 5:¬† Create a unique tracking ID with a least 10 characters (numbers or letters).¬† If the tracking ID you type in is already selected, Amazon will ask you to enter another tracking ID.¬† The 10 digit ID you select will be displayed in the URL, that the potential buyer will see.¬† An extension such as -20 will automatically be added to your new tracking ID.¬† The -xx, indicates a location.¬† For example, -20 is North America.¬† Continue to add as many Amazon Affiliate tracking¬†IDs as you want by cliking the "Add Tracking ID" icon again.