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Amazon adds features to aStore

Posted By Darren Rowse 13th of October 2006 Affiliate Programs 2

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Bloggers using Amazon’s aStore will have received an email today announcing some updates which include (the below is a direct quote from the email):

  • For those of you linking from your website to your aStore rather than embedding it, we have added the capability to put a link back to your website in the store navigation.
  • Advanced users can now remove both the header and category navigation when embedding the aStore within existing websites.
  • The custom product description length has been extended, allowing you to say more about the products you recommend to your customers.
  • Product detail pages now display a “crossed-out” list price followed by the Amazon.com price.
  • The page title in the browser now displays the name of the aStore combined with the category name or product name, making aStore more search-engine friendly
About Darren Rowse
Darren Rowse is the founder and editor of ProBlogger Blog Tips and Digital Photography School. Learn more about him here and connect with him on Twitter, Facebook, Google+ and LinkedIn.
Comments
  1. Being that I’ve considered giving aStore a whirl, and being that I have WP configured with topic titles, I really, really liked reading… “The page title in the browser now displays the name of the aStore combined with the category name or product name, making aStore more search-engine friendly”

    Awesomesauce :-)

  2. I thought they were going to implement the feature to create multiple aStores for multiple websites with one account? Is this just on the backburner or did they implement it and I miss it?

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