Author RamenRiches
2016
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If you've been around in the marketing world for more than a year, you may be using Amazon images in a way that will get your account banned thanks to an update in 2016.

After speaking with Associates Central on the phone earlier today, I wanted to share the "acceptable way" to use images from Amazon on your own website.

Also, this practice DOES NOT have to be at the start of your article. You can add the image code anywhere you like inside of your content.

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Triblu Premium
Perfect! Thank YOU Tony for creating this easy to follow video tutorial. Have tagged it for sharing in the future.
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RamenRiches Premium Plus
Glad I could help. Best wishes!
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mbani Premium
thanks for the update!!
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RamenRiches Premium Plus
No problem at all. I just don't want people to find themselves banned over silly stuff like this.
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chrissie60 Premium
Thank you for that information, I appreciate very much.Chrissie
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RamenRiches Premium Plus
Glad I could help. Best wishes!
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gdarni Premium
Thanks for sharing, it was great information!

Gloria
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RamenRiches Premium Plus
Happy to hear that it was helpful. Best wishes!
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Labman Premium Plus
This actually sucks. By using the image this way, they will be blocked by the adblockers.

So, I guess the only recourse is to purchase the product, take your own image and use that to promote on Amazon using the text link from the site stripe. That is unless you want to find another work around to the adblockers.
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RamenRiches Premium Plus
One other option is to head over to the product manufacturers website and see if they have a "press area" with images you can use. You can also email them requesting images.

One tactic that I'm planning to use it to pick the 10 top items in niches and then do reviews, comparisons, FAQs, etc.. to build more than ample amounts of contents to reach profitability.

Just a couple of ideas you could look into.
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