Hit Amazon from the link, then just manually search for it. Item numbers are a good way, and you can copy paste those. The cookie will follow your browser session, so whatever you find, add to cart and purchase will give TWT the credit.How have I missed this? TWT's Amazon link now on my Favorites list, right at the top. Just how to figure out how to look up something from Amazon I happen across on some other site so TWT gets credit.
No. It would be nice if they would do that so you could be sure, but for some reason they don't I thought the same thing though when I was using the link for someone else's forum (not allowed to use my own).I just used the link to amazon and ordered some "stuff" but I did not see any TWT information on the order. Should I be able to see any refrences to TWT getting credit?
I can logon to Amazon and check what folks have purchased at any time. The question here was how the person making a purchase can verify at the time of purchase whether or not the intended organization will be getting credit. To my knowledge, there is no way to do thishttp://www.twtex.com/forums/showpost.php?p=1221569&postcount=84
He gets monthly e-mails from Amazon.
Me, too, and I don't know, either. As the purchaser, I'd want to prove to myself it goes where I want it to go. it only makes sense to me that Amazon could fulfill this tiny request. They already have the calculations at every purchase - showing me can't be that big of a deal to code in.What I would LOVE to see is something right there on the order confirmation page that clearly shows you who will be receiving what for each purchase. I am not sure why Amazon doesn't do this
Can't hurt to email them and let them know.Me, too, and I don't know, either. As the purchaser, I'd want to prove to myself it goes where I want it to go. it only makes sense to me that Amazon could fulfill this tiny request. They already have the calculations at every purchase - showing me can't be that big of a deal to code in.
That part I emphasized would make it seem that even having this discussion might be prohibited5. Identifying Yourself as an Associate
You must clearly state the following on your Site or any other location where Amazon may authorize your display or other use of Content: “We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.” Except for this disclosure, you will not make any public communication with respect to this Agreement or your participation in the Associates Program. You will not misrepresent or embellish our relationship with you (including by expressing or implying that we support, sponsor, or endorse you), or express or imply any affiliation between us and you or any other person or entity except as expressly permitted by this Agreement. [emphasis added]
So I am mandated to make sure people know that I am participating in the affiliate program so they know I am not actually part of Amazon. The stated purpose of the mandated disclosure to it let people know that my affiliation is specifically intended to allow me to earn fees for linking people to Amazon (based on purchases they make once there). However, I am not supposed to request that anyone I might know to use that link... It's almost like they expect the links to be used randomly and not intentionally on the part of the end customer, and for the customer to have no idea they are actually supporting a specific site (despite the required disclaimer) In reading through various posts on their discussion board for associate members, there seems to be a LOT of confusion about this issue There are many sights that heavily push people to use links on their site and yet Amazon has done nothing to them. Maybe they are just living on borrowed time. I don't know.8. Content on Your Site. You will be solely responsible for the content on your Site and ensure:
(u) You will not directly or indirectly purchase any Product(s) through Special Links, whether for your use of for the use of any other person or entity, and you will not permit, request or encourage any of your friends, relatives, employees, contractors, or business relations to directly or indirectly purchase any Product(s) through Special Links, whether for their use, your use or the use of any other person or entity. Further, you will not purchase any Product(s) through Special Links for resale or commercial use (of any kind) or offer any Products on your Site for resale or commercial use of any kind.
Link boxes?Hmm make one of the link boxes above a Amazon box?
My mother saw the commercial for the snapPower outlet cover night light and decided she had to have some and I found you can only buy them direct from the maker or direct from the maker via amazon.
Oddly they are cheaper with Amazon as a middleman.
I figured purchases by my wife alone would yield you that much ...On a really good month, like say November or December, I might get anywhere from $200-$250 from this program. Most months are more along the lines of $100-$150. It doesn't sound like a lot, but every bit helps.
You can see that tag when you enter the site. Once you start navigating around on Amazon looking for different stuff, adding/deleting to the cart, etc,... many of the people have complained that they cannot tell if it is still going to go to TWT. I cannot use it because of their rules, so I can't really play around with it to see how it works on the customer end.I figured purchases by my wife alone would yield you that much ...
It's easy to spot if you are using the correct TWT link.
Nope.Yes, I only see it at initial log in.
I don't see it with a direct link to an amazon product.
I recently replaced my shop-vac with a Shop-vac brand vacuum cleaner.
On or about the 3rd of Sept. I purchased that K&N oil filter KN-655.
Not sure how specific your Amazon affiliate log is, but do you see either of those?
If this is it, then yes.just ordered a new senior executive computer desk chair (with massage and heat ) using the link.