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Maximize Revenue Opportunities With RebelMouse’s Amazon Affiliate Integration

Designed to be an always-modern CMS, our platform is constantly expanding as we continuously update elements of our product to provide even more options for content creators. For example, our Add Media Bar is full of elegant media integrations to make each article more dynamic.


Add Media Bar features an Amazon integration which gives users the option to choose how Amazon products are displayed in their posts: Add Full Embed, Add Image Embed, or Add Link Embed.

Before you get started, your product manager needs to know your Amazon Affiliate tag, secret key, and ID. For more information on how to access this information, click here and read the answer to question #6.

Here are how the options look in our Entry Editor:

And here are screenshots of how each option looks after being pushed live:

Add Full Embed:

Add Image Embed:

Add Link Embed:

If a user inserts a product that has previously been embedded in the same post a second time, it will be rendered the same way as the first. So if the "Add Image Embed" option was selected the first time the product was chosen, that same embed option will automatically be used for the second instance.

Please contact your account manager or support@rebelmouse.com if you have any questions about this new feature.

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