I live in the UK but my affiliate supplier link offers are coming from both the US and the UK. I’m happy to work with both but I need to know how to go about this correctly.

*Is this doable, and if so how it is done exactly:
- Do I need to have two different websites e.g. one for $ and the other for £?
- Doable on one site but i need particular kind of software or plugin to adapt the prices based on the country the customer is in?

But then again i’m reminding myself that the customers won’t be buying from me personally but directly via the suppliers sites. So maybe, i don’t need to do anything at all?

Any advise, suggestions and even scary examples you might have faced, learned and will never forget in order to avoid it ever happening agian in future, would definitely be welcomed :-)

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AbieAJ Premium
I don't think you'd need anything, you are simply directing your readership to supplier sites to buy proposed solutions.

So it is up to your suppliers to convert multi-currency values in $ or £, dependent buyers locations.
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AbieAJ Premium
It may be wise finding out which supplier ship to where and plan ahead what notes to include in your posts.

For example if it was Amazon, you could easily sign up to each country location separately and have the one link share, amazon would then divert your buyers according to their location.
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PatriceWill5 Premium
Understood and really good to know.
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PatriceWill5 Premium
I’m looking into supplier delivery locations now. All noted and appreciated Abie. I’m on it! :-)
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DCaribbeanQ Premium
I have never done it so I have no experience to offer. I'd suggest a few things:

1. You could leave the prices out. That's what is do. When they seek to purchase they'd get that info.

2. I'm assuming that you can mention the supplier on your blog since I've seen this done. Not sure if this goes for all affiliate programs and mention price showing pound or dollar sign.

I don't think it's an easy answer without actually checking your blog.

Candy Benn
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PatriceWill5 Premium
Hello and thank you for the swift reply Candy,
I had considered leaving the prices out but i’m not personally comfortable with that option, but might have to rethink it later if this proves to be an issue.

The Suppliers position at that stage isn’t much involved in that side of things - in fact one of them actually asked ‘me’ how i was managing that sort of thing Lol, pretty much left the ball in my court.

I’ll continue my research elsewhere if WA associates aren’t familiar with this.
Thanks for touching base
Patrice
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DCaribbeanQ Premium
Prices can change on there end then how will you know?

Will you be able to keep up with their changes?

Candy Benn
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PatriceWill5 Premium
I’m Not like to be keeping up with that sort of thing Lol, so that has crossed my mind as well to stay on safe side.
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