Make More Money With This WordPress Plugin

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Make More Money With This WordPress Plugin

I absolutely love WordPress, if you don’t know me well enough yet to figure that out. It’s the greatest CMS/blogging tool there is, in my opinion, and that’s mainly because of the extensive plugin collection that’s available.

If you’re looking to make money with your blog, a really good way to go is by using Amazon Associates and doing reviews. It’s how many of the top affiliate bloggers run their shows, because if you’ve got a niche that doesn’t lend itself to finding good affiliate programs elsewhere, there’s ALWAYS something related available on Amazon. Once you receive the payment from affiliate links, you can choose to save that money on a digital bank like Starling Bank. It’s mobile banking made easy.  Check out to learn more about this bank.

(At the end of this post, I’ll talk briefly about how what you link to doesn’t matter as much as what they buy!)

So I get this email about EasyAzon, a new plugin by well-known Amazon affiliate Chris Guthrie that makes your life super easy when it comes to inserting affiliate links to into your blog. I mean, when I say super easy, you have to know that this is coming from someone who used to have multiple tabs open, switching from one to the other to search and copy and paste and everything. Immediately after reading about how the thing works, I went and bought it. I knew it was going to make my life easier, and I can’t tell you how completely right I was!

Benefits In A Nutshell

  • No more tab hopping – everything is done from inside your post writing page on your blog.
  • Search for a product by name, company, or keyword.
  • Include text links, image links, or info boxes with ONE CLICK using shortcodes that you don’t have to remember.
  • Localization! The plugin intuitively knows where your visitors are located, and will direct them to the proper Amazon site for them. If they’re in the UK, it sends them to the UK version of the site. If they’re in Germany, it sends them to that one. No more forcing people to buy from the US based Amazon, or dealing with companies that don’t ship internationally.
  • Have multiple authors on your blog, and don’t want them seeing your reports? They won’t, unless you add them as a user manually.
  • Buy the plugin once, get free upgrades for life and use it on as many blogs as you want for that one-time payment. Forever!


Setting Up EasyAzon

Localization Settings

Searching for Products from Inside Your Blog

Hide Your Income From Co-Bloggers

So the bottom line is that you need to have this plugin if you’re going to use Amazon to build links on your blog. That’s it, end of story. I don’t ever recommend something unless I’ve used it and believe in it’s power, and I’m telling you that the time it’s saved me thus far is beyond anything, the biggest benefit. I’m a huge fan.

After you head over and grab EasyAzon before the price goes up (it’s currently $47 for the launch, but is set to go to $67, which is still totally worth every penny if you ask me), check out this post by Darren Rowse at ProBlogger, about the weird things people purchased on Amazon that actually made him money even though he didn’t recommend them!


4 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

    Hi Lara, I got the same email yesterday. Currently I use Apture to insert the links from within the post. Is the benefit to EasyAzon the localization feature?

    • Lara Kulpa says:

      Personally I think the localization feature is a huge benefit, because we all get traffic from other countries, and it’s nice that people from England who visit my site could click a link and automatically be taken to instead of, and I still get credit for the sale/s.

      I’ve never used Apture, but I have used other Amazon plugins and none of them really made life THIS easy. I mean, search and click “insert” and you’re done, you know? :) Perfect!

  2. Hi Lara,
    I got Chris’ e-mail as well and am considering purchasing it.  Thanks for the review as I missed the webinar last night about it.

    @KarenSwim:disqus how do you like Apture?

    • Lara Kulpa says:

      Hi Kerwin – I hope the review helped. It’s really a fantastic tool, and helps keep things uniform and lightning fast. :) I’ve already installed it on three blogs and am so thrilled with it.

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