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    Amazon Site Stripe Works Great - Easy Way To Build Links
    Finally trying it out. Basically after you sign in to your associate's account, just go to any page at Amazon.com and there is a link in the stripe on the top of your browser - Link To This Page - After you click it, it'll go to a page where you can grab links to that page. Can pick if you want just text links or product links and can customize them. Saves a lot of time.

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    it seems to work well, but I noticed a slight format change in the text links. now I am changing all my text links.

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    Saves a lot of time.
    Yes, it's great! I'm lovin it.

    Now, if they would just change the Highlight HTML to a Highlight and Copy, we'd save one more keystroke.

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    I'm putting this on my "to-do list."
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    I've been finding that I really like this, especially when I am blogging about particular products and want to grab a link.
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    Yep, tried it and really liked it. Nice time saver.

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    Cool
    This is one of them affiliate updates that really is useful, saves time and builds more links for me, I can concentrate a full hour on blogs contents and the links.

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    That is nice ... I haven't really done anything with Amazon although I've belonged to the program for quite a while. It looks so easy now I may start working on some products.

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    Site Stripe has saved me *hours* of time. It is much easier than before to extract affiliate code for an Amazon product.

    Most of my links have to be in bbcode, though - as my main Amazon affiliate site is a discussion forum. I tried in vain to find a tool that generated forum links for Amazon affiliate links, and ended up developing my own.

    It seems that Amazon should provide bbcode as well as HTML for its affiliate links..?!

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    Thanks for the reminder. I've yet to try it.

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    Newbie hchute's Avatar
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    If you have a forum, you can use that link-making tool (for forum posts of Amazon affiliate links). It's at http://www.link-creator.com

    For HTML links, site stripe is a great time-saver for Amazon affiliates.

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