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Fulfillment by Amazon

 
wrapitup4me
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on 08/22/2012

I just spent ages trying to add some particular amazon products onto my new lens only to have them consistently come back as "No Hits". This was exasperating to say the least.

Finally by accident I discovered that that is because they are connected with "Fulfillment by Amazon" (FBA) and in order to promote such products one needs to be added to that programme.  Can Wizzley do that?

Thanks.

Oh Darn!!!  Can I delete this?

I just realized that I was trying to attach an amazon product into a zazzle module.  I guess I've been working too long without a break.

Please forgive me for this stupid post.

2uesday
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on 08/22/2012

I use the method of adding the 'Amazon code' of the item that I want to feature. Although it takes longer to search for it that way, I am sure that of getting the products I really want to show on Wizzley.  It still only works in the Amazon module though Smile .

wrapitup4me
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on 08/22/2012

Yes, that's what I do - look for exactly what I want and put the code into the module space set aside for that. And yes, amazon products only work on amazon modules. Silly me!

Ragtimelil
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on 08/22/2012

I get "no hits" sometimes when I'm trying to add a product number in the search box. Sometimes I'm not sure why. I think I have it right, but who knows. I need more coffee.


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on 08/22/2012

 

Ragtimelil: 08/22/2012 - 01:35 PM

I get "no hits" sometimes when I'm trying to add a product number in the search box. Sometimes I'm not sure why. I think I have it right, but who knows. I need more coffee.

Be sure to add the Amazon ASIN, not the manufacturer's product number. It's easy to mix them up.


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Jerrico_Usher
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on 08/22/2012

The easiest way to remember/figure out what number to grab is to go to the product page, look up at the url and look for the /dp/ part... the number to the direct right of that up to the symbol is the ASIN...

Here's a picture:

in firefox you can just double click the middle of the number to highlight it and copy paste... in chrome, double clicking always includes that trailing / seperator, but you can double click copy paste hit back space right away and the / is removed :)

Hope this helps

Jerrico


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