Your current affiliate links are great if all of your customers and merchants are in the same country.
But that’s probably not the case.
For instance, if you are promoting Amazon.com, they have ten storefronts across the world (Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Spain, United Kingdom, and United States).
Each Amazon site has a separate affiliate program.
There are similar issues with other companies and their affiliate programs, including eBay, Groupon, and iTunes.
So, I was excited to come across Go2Geo, which was developed to enable users to integrate tracking URLs from multiple regions and networks in one link and send their traffic to the most native vendor or location.
Then the potential customer can benefit from the quickest and cheapest shipping, payment in the correct currency, etc.
Happy and satisfied customers result in increased conversions for affiliates.
I wish I had this for last Christmas.
I just joined, so now I’ve got to sign up with all of those Amazon programs around the world.