How to Create an Amazon aStore

You can use to create a referral website by Amazon aStore tool that will help you make money online from selling items of, and there is absolutely no need of any programming knowledge. Amazon aStore is very easy to create

How to Create an Amazon aStore : eAskme
How to Create an Amazon aStore : eAskme


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To be an Amazon Associate sign up on Amazon Associate website. You will make money on referral fees for selling Amazon products. Go to Amazon Associates website and either create a new account to sign up as an associate or use your existing Amazon account.
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Login to Amazon Associates account then click on aStore link to the left. This will take you to the starting to create your aStore.
Set category pages. You can add many category pages to your aStore. Select first category page to determine how products will be compiled and which products will appear on the category page. Add a name for page at the top right-hand of the window.Choose how you will select products in the drop-down menu. You use a "Listmania" where you list or select a whole Amazon website category or can choose individual products or can choose individual products. Enter a description for the page and click on "Save Changes" at the bottom. You can add more categories if you want.
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Customize the design and color of aStore. Select a theme that will open a starting palette of colors. You can then change the text colors, body, header and background. You also can change fonts.
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Choose sidebar widgets. The sidebar widgets show information to the customers that can help them find a specific or similar products and find accessories for their products. Select the widgets you like to include and choose on which side of page you want your sidebar to appear.
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Get aStore link. You will link your aStore from your website with this link. This link must be an aStore URL with aStore ID at the end. You can also get the code to embed aStore directly into your blog or website.

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