I have been adding Amazon links to my site for the last 4 days now. I test them afterwards to see that they are working properly. When I logged into my affiliate account I noticed quite a few 'clicks' have been recorded.

Are those my personal 'clicks' when checking my links, or are they from visitors to my site?

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georama Premium
Thanks Lydia. With your feeds we are also learning.
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Blessings44 Premium
I have so many questions, Vimal. So we learn from one another.
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talimont1 Premium
Thanks for bringing that up Lydia and Rich for the info. We get more learning from others in WA than the actual training it seems at times......that's what keeps WA seperate from the crowd!

Ken
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Blessings44 Premium
That's so true Ken. I had no idea that you had to apply for seperate accounts for different countries.
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@RICH. Premium
I'm afraid they're probably your own, I don't think you can exclude your own IP address in the settings although I might be mistaken. Also, if you're targetting a global market, don't forget you'll need separate Amazon affiliate accounts for USA, Canada, UK, etc. https://my.wealthyaffiliate.com/training/using-the-amazon-link-localizer :) Rich.
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Blessings44 Premium
Thanks for the info Rich. Will go through the training. Lydia.
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@RICH. Premium
You're most welcome! :) R.
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mwd21 Premium
Jeez I didn't know that, thanks for the tip Rich. I'll be doing that this morning.
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@RICH. Premium
No probs. It's only Amazon who puts their affiliates through this nonsense of "localisation" but Dom's training on this is superb and covers all the bases. :) R.
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