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I'm rather negative towards Amazon these days, with new initiatives just hiding the fact that affiliate revenues (percentages) falling all the time. I send as much traffic as ever to Amazon, but find my revenues are around a third of what they were three years ago.

I've not tried astore, but to be honest, I'm not sure it fits in with my rather 'niche' sites. Might give it a shot just for research purposes!

After trying out aStore’s feature set, I decided to enhance it a bit. I setup aSensibleStore.com, which tracks statistics, allows you to add AdSense ads and to include your aStore directly in your code without iFrames.

Please use the contact form on the website if you have any questions or new features you’d like to see.

um...how do you know that Amazon is crawling your site? Do you get stats from somewhere? I can see if your links appear in Google then that makes sense but beyond that?

Hi Mark
You are right, I can only tell by seeing links within Google searches.

Although the admin page within Amazon highlights the number of clicks within the store.

Not sure how reliable they are, but it is unlikely that my French site is sending so many people on its own to warrant the numbers I am seeing.

Hope this helps.

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