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    Recommended Product Links
    I LOVE the Amazon Recommended Product Links but detest that huge, heavy black boxed logo that clashes with my website. Does anyone know of a way to change that big black box to something more compatible with lighter website designs?

    I have seen that the Omakase links have an option to change the logo--but the Omakase links don't work well for me.

    When someone asked a few months back on the Amazon link, they were advised to make specific links. I feature new releases for specific authors, so that won't work well for me over time.

    Suggestions?

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    Would their Context Links beta work for you?

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    Hi DoctorMike,

    Thanks for pointing me in the direction of the new Amazon links. I'll be checking them out soon. It would certainly be an easy solution if it works!

    Connie

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    I've put them on some of my sites, and while it's too early to judge results, at least the context links are reasonably close to the subject matter. Imperfect, of course, but reasonable.

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    i'm using APF bridge for my amazon affiliate site(with joomla cms). very easy to use

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    I think so for joomla its the best.

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