How To Set Up Amazon OneLink Universal Amazon Link

How To Set Up Amazon OneLink? Universal Amazon Affiliate Link

I was surprised when I received an email from associates program introducing Amazon OneLink. Universal Amazon affiliate link. One link to rule them all (ok, not just yet).

As a long time Amazon affiliate, this is an exciting new feature for me. And a significant step from Amazon.

As most affiliate marketers know, Amazon is an excellent choice for promoting affiliate products. It is a massive store covering almost any product.

With a global market, Amazon is great for affiliate marketers from any county. But there was always one major problem with its affiliate tracking links.

Amazon links are country-specific. As you might now Amazon operates several online stores across the world with different domain name endings.

If you were promoting .com version products, you might be missing some revenue from international visitors.

For example, Guiseppe from the Italy might click your Amazon US affiliate link and make a purchase. But you’ll get zero commission from that purchase.

It would only count if Guiseppe is from the US and made a purchase using Amazon US store.

Various link shortening services and WordPress plugins have emerged over time looking to solve this problem. Some successfully while some failed.

But this is all gray area as it is not confirmed nor disconfirmed if Amazon approves that kind of services.

It is well known that Amazon doesn’t like other third party shortening services and highly recommends using its own link shortening tool (which is great by the way).

Up until now, affiliate links have only worked for the regional store it was generated for. But finally, in July 3d, 2017. Amazon has provided its own free solution. Amazon OneLink.

You now have the ability to monetize international traffic from the United Kingdom (UK) and Canada (CA) by automatically redirecting them to their local Amazon storefront to complete their purchases.

Be noted that in above steps I will mention some things related to WordPress. If you don’t use WordPress you can still follow steps mentioned below.


What is Amazon OneLink?

Amazon OneLink is a tool in the Amazon Associate dashboard that allows you to link your different Amazon Associate accounts (from the US, UK, and Canada), providing geo-localised redirection from your affiliate website to a relevant Amazon product.

This will help you earn more affiliate income by converting website visitors from multiple countries at once.

OneLink is backward compatible. Once configured, it will work for all your new and existing Amazon affiliate links.

It also works with Amazon short links. Be noted, it does not work with third-party link shortening services.


amazon affiliate link globalizer


Amazon OneLink currently only works for US, Canada, and UK Amazon associate accounts and can currently only be setup from your US associate account.

Hopefully, in future, this will be expanded to more Amazon stores. OneLink uses a script called oneTag.

The oneTag script analyzes Amazon links on your site and then interacts with them to land international traffic to the corresponding local Amazon storefront.

UK visitors will be redirected to, and Canada visitors will be redirected to

After you link different regional accounts together, you can then install a JavaScript on your websites that will take care of redirecting users to the correct regional Amazon website with the correct sales tracking code for that region.


Why You Should Use Amazon OneLink?

If you want to utilize traffic from other countries, then Amazon OneLink is a way to go.

You can either set up the links manually (register and grab the affiliate id for each country) or use a 3rd party plugin/service for creating Amazon affiliate links.

The first one is obviously time-consuming. Using 3rd party plugins or services makes the job a lot easier but also brings potential issues.

Like compatibility problems between plugins, nor redirecting visitor correctly, hijacking commissions, mess affiliate links, etc. However, these all are slowly starting to change thanks to OneLink.

In short, if you have traffic from UK and CA coming to your site on which you have US Amazon affiliate links, then it is a good idea to take advantage of Amazon OneLink and see if you will earn extra cash from those locales.


How to Set Up Amazon OneLink?

If you use Amazon text links, you can now monetize international traffic coming to your website from the United Kingdom (UK) and Canada.

OneLink, as already mentioned, uses oneTag as a script that enables you to configure this functionality on your website.

Amazon claims that oneTag script does not interfere with any other scripts on your website.

Step 1 – Sign up an account for Amazon UK and Amazon CA if you didn’t already

Step 2 – Once you have signed up, log in your Amazon Associates US account, click on “Tools” and select “OneLink.”

Step 3 – Click on “click here to link” to start mapping your Store ID for proper traffic redirection.


amazon affiliate link localizer


Step 4 – Verify both by logging in respective accounts (UK and CA).


one amazon link for all stores


Step 5 – Click on “get the code here” under oneTag. Copy and integrate the code into the footer of your site.

If your theme doesn’t have a section for inserting code (most premium have), you can use a plugin like Insert Headers and Footers (free) or add directly in your theme footer.php (it is recommended to use a child theme for any theme changes).


amazon onelink oneTag code set up


Copy the oneTag script that appears in the box and place it in the footer of your site(s). The same code is for all your sites so no need to register new for each.


how to install amazon onetag for onelink


Step 6 – Optional

You have the option to set ‘Close Product Match’ (default) or ‘Exact Product Match’ as your redirect preferences.

If you choose the Close Product Match preference, your UK and Canada visitors will be redirected to or in case exact or similar product is found.

Or to the search results page in the absence of a similar product on and

If you choose the Exact Product Match preference, visitors will be redirected only when there is same product on or

In the absence of an exact match, visitors will be redirected to By default, Close Product Match is set to increase monetization.


amazon onelink redirect preferences


Let’s understand this further with an example. John is a website owner who writes about latest mobile phones and uses Amazon’s text links in his posts.

He uses US affiliate store links and mostly targets US visitors. He also gets 12% of his overall traffic from the UK, 10% from Canada. He chooses ‘Exact Match’ as his OneLink preference.

When a UK visitor reading post clicks on the link for Samsung Galaxy S8, he will be redirected to showing Samsung Galaxy S8 with price in GBP if the exact same product is available on

If Samsung Galaxy S8 is not available on, the visitor will be led to Amazon US store. Same applies if the visitor was from Canada.

If John chooses ‘Close Match’ as his OneLink preference, then the same visitors in the example above will be redirected to the same product or a similar product on the relevant Amazon store (CA or UK).

In the absence of a similar product on and visitor will be redirected to the search results page.


You can now monetize your international traffic from Europe and Japan using OneLink. OneLink now monetizes traffic from United Kingdom, Canada, Italy, France, Spain, Germany, Japan and neighboring countries.


Amazon OneLink Javascript Code (oneTag)

The suggested deployment method on the Amazon Associate dashboard is to include a JavaScript to your site footer.

This JavaScript code goes through every link to detect Amazon links. Including in banners and Amazon widgets (as I understand) to replace them with a special redirect link.

The script will update existing Amazon links without the need for website owners to update existing links.

The redirect service detects your Amazon Associate “tag” in a link, figures out where the user is located using an IP address, and then replaces the associate tracking tag with the appropriate linked tag for the region before the user is redirected to their local Amazon store.

It also works with Amazon’s short links as long as they contain an Amazon associate ID tag. However, some may question if oneTag script will slow down the site and add to the page size.

While it surely adds few KB, after implementing oneTag and testing I didn’t notice a significant slowdown of the site.


Check Matching Products

If you want to check which products appear on the UK and Canada storefronts, you can use Check matching products tool to verify. Just put the link for the product in the ‘Enter the URL’ box and click on ‘Check.’

The table will show you the corresponding and links. This is a good way to test the difference between Exact match and Close match forwarding.


Check matching products in amazon onelink


Try this use a few times to see if links are forwarding correctly. You can also up- and down-vote the results, which presumably helps Amazon’s algorithm learn how to generate more relevant results.

You’ll be able to view your earnings report in your UK/CA account. It will reflect under ‘Redirected traffic’ section of the Link Type Performance report.

The commission rates will be as per standard rate card prevalent in the UK and Canada.


Does Amazon OneLink Work With WooCommerce, Shortcodes and Third Party Plugins?

After testing it seems Amazon OneLink works with banners generated from Amazon Associates program as well as with native ads.

It works with content links and with links on images. I also noticed it works with links made with shortcodes from REHub theme (didn’t test on other themes).

Amazon OneLink also seems to work with no issues with shortcodes and buttons made using Content Egg plugin. But it seems it doesn’t work with WooCommerce or some WooCommerce plugins like YITH Compare.


Amazon OneLink PROS and CONS

Here are some advantages and disadvantages I noticed with Amazon OneLink service.


1. Unfortunately, Amazon OneLink only works when you embed the oneTag code onto your website. Then, links will geo-redirect when they are clicked by visitors from your site. It will not work on YouTube.

If most of your traffic comes directly to YouTube, not your own website, then you won’t benefit from using OneLink. There are other options for you, though. I’d recommend taking a look at Genius Link instead.

2. Doesn’t work with third-party link shortening services. This may be a huge bummer for people who oriented their entire affiliate links on site using third party shortening plugin or tool.

3. Can currently only be setup from your US Associate account.



1. Works with all existing Amazon affiliate links and short links created using Amazon shortening tool. This is for me most important. Imagine having to reapply all links again to utilize Amazon OneLink tool.

2. Easy to set up. It is straightforward and well explained how to configure OneLink and install oneTag.


FAQ About Amazon OneLink

Q: What about the traffic my site(s) get from other countries?
Traffic from other countries will continue to get directed to pages.

Q: Does OneLink work for all Amazon text links?
Yes, as long as you have completed the one-time setup and use Amazon full links or Amazon short links on your site. Shortened links created by third-party link shorteners are currently not supported and will not be redirected.

Q: Does it work for readers on mobile devices?

Q: Where can I see my earnings from redirected traffic?
Earnings through the redirected traffic are available in the ‘Redirected traffic’ section of the Link Type Performance report in your UK and Canada accounts.

Q: How will my earnings for the redirected traffic be calculated?
Your redirected earnings will be calculated based on the standard fee table applicable for the UK and Canada programs.

Q: How would I get paid for my redirected traffic?
Your redirected earnings will show in your UK or Canada account and will be paid through the payment method you choose in your UK or Canada account settings.

Q: Do I need the UK or Canada bank account to get paid?
Not necessarily. If you do not have the UK or Canada bank account, you can choose to get paid either through check payment or a gift card.


Will This Work With Native Shopping Ads?

In short, yes. But currently you can only monetize traffic from the United Kingdom (UK) on your website with Native Shopping Ads.

With this feature, your visitors from the UK will be able to see ads for Amazon UK products and complete their purchases on

The products will have prices in GBP and details will be as per Amazon UK catalog. When your UK visitors click on these ads, they will be redirected to product detail pages on

This solution currently works only for Recommendation and Search variants of Native Shopping Ads. The feature will be soon extended to Canada also.

For Recommendation Ads, engine tries to find the closest matching products on to product recommendations for any given page.

If an ‘exact match’ for a particular product on is not available on, it selects a ‘best match’ from the UK catalog which is reasonably similar to the US products.

For Search Ads, engine uses the search phrases and category specified by you and searches the catalog in to select the ads to be shown.

For both the variants, the ad unit will be hidden in case a sufficient number of products are not found in the catalog.

Since exact matches for the US products might not always be available in the UK, this feature is currently not available for Custom Ads for which, Native Shopping Ads only show the products that have been specified by you.

All you have to do is map your US store ID with your UK store ID. If you have already mapped your US/UK stores (for OneLink), your UK traffic on Native Shopping Ads will start getting monetized on its own. You dont need to do anything further.

Native Shopping Ads will now show ads from to users from the United Kingdom (UK).

Until this change, Native Shopping Ads displayed products only from, irrespective of the country which the visiting user was from.

If you map your US store ID with your UK store ID , UK visitors on your site will see ads from UK and upon clicking these ads, they will be re-directed to

For more information visit UK traffic monetization FAQs.


OneLink Universal Amazon Affiliate Link Summary

Amazon took a step in the right direction by launching their OneLink tool.

With this solution, you are at least able to cover users who are from the US, Canada or the UK with one link.

This only works if you can add a Javascript to your website. After you linked your accounts with the Main Account, Amazon will present you with a code you have to install on your site.

The best place for the code is somewhere in your footer so that it will be displayed throughout your whole site.

But if you are a YouTuber and place your links in your video description, they won’t redirect to the according store.

OneLink is currently only available for the Amazon Associate programs in Canada, United Kingdom, and the United States. These are Amazon’s largest English language markets.

Although not stated explicitly by Amazon, I believe OneLink debut in these markets because it is easiest to match products across international catalogs when the stores are in the same language.

Associates can choose between “direct matches” where product links must link to an exact copy of the product, or “close matches” where a very similar product or search results may be displayed instead.

Before the introduction of OneLink, Amazon Associates would either have to come up with their own geotargeting solution or buy a tool which can redirect users.

OneLink is a simple and fast way for Amazon associate partners to unlock affiliate revenue from users in markets they typically don’t reach.

In my opinion, this feature should have been released a long time ago. But better later than never.

This solution for sure is a step in the right direction. But still far away from what most Amazon affiliate partners would like to see.

Option to use the just one link for all Amazon locales without the need of third-party service, plugin or tool.

DISCLOSURE: My posts may contain affiliate links. If you buy something through one of those links, I might get a small commission, without any extra cost to you. Read more about it here.

102 thoughts on “How To Set Up Amazon OneLink? Universal Amazon Affiliate Link”

  1. Hello, I hav one query that when I register on Amazon’s all countries sites will my name or tax information be same or would be different for different countries account?

    1. You need to register for each of them. You can use same login details and all information can be same. I am not sure if data is automatically applied for all.

  2. Hello, I have successfully linked my UK site to my USA account. However, I am thinking of setting up a new ID for tracking a different website. I can’t see options of linking a new USA ID with a new UK ID. There only seems to be the option of linking my USA account with a single UK tracking ID. Any suggestions?

    1. I’ve been trying to figure this out as well…

      What I find weird is that OneLink has been around for a long time now. On top of that, there’s probably like 100,000 affiliates by now, if not more, and none of them has faced this issue for some reason. It’s like the solution is ought to be right there on my nose, but I simply can’t see it anywhere I look…

  3. Thank you so much for this post. It just helped me to get this fixed. I’m wondering what happens to old affiliate links on your site, assuming you already have some links on your site before the setup. Should one go back to replace the links or simply leave everything at that and that would take care of links that earlier existed on the site?

  4. I have been looking for a detailed article about OneLink and I finally found one. However, I have a question to ask.

    Per what you stated in this article, payment will be recieved in various Amazon accounts ( Amazon UK, DE, CA, etc). Is there a way to receive all payments in just one amazon account?

  5. Hi,

    I installed OneLink yesterday and it works fine for products. However, I also added a banner for the Prime Free Trial but that doesn’t seem to redirect the visitors to their local Amazon shop. Any idea how I can work around this? Or is it really only to be used with products? I did check the link in Genius as well but they also don’t seem to redirect this.

    Thanks in advance!

  6. Hello,
    I’m trying to add onelink code to my site. My site has links that are generated dynamically at runtime in different tabs.
    When I load it first time, it works fine. But when i switch to different tab (i.e. new links are generated in the tab) it doesn’t work.
    Do I need to reload the onetag script or is there any other way to solve this issue?

      1. Let me explain. I have a tab structure in my html. When clicked on tab, set of links are rendered in div i.e. each anchor tag is generated at that time. I guess, for 1st tab links, it works properly since the Amazon tag code gets called after the anchor tags are created. But when I clicked the second tab new set of links are generated in div set. hence the links do not work.
        While testing, I found that reloading the Amazon script file helps to sort the issue. But then I have reload the file on every tab click.
        Another way is generate all the links set before loading the onejs script which again gonna increase my page load.
        Hope I’m clear now. Is there any way, I can call some function from Amazon onejs file which recheck for the links available in page?

        1. Thank you for explaining. This is unfortunately beyond my knowledge regarding Amazon OneLink.

          Maybe it is better to ask Amazon associates support regarding this.

  7. I have a question that I hope you can help me with and that is not too rudimentary. I have built a WordPress site with normal Amazon links. I built the page before registering for Amazon Associates, so as placeholders I just put the normal links on the website.
    After this, a few days ago, I registered with Amazon US, UK, DE, FR, IT and ES. My question is, if I create and insert the footer code, will that correctly insert my relevant tracking ID when someone clicks on the normal amazon links or do I have to use the associates dashboard to create an associates link to the product and replace all of the ‘normal’ links on my site for the footer redirect to work correctly? Thanks

  8. Good and informative article. I have one question:

    Currently I use Amazon affiliate to recomment particular products to visitors of my niche-info website. The way I do it now is the following:

    I want to recommend “SomeCompanyName ProductModel2233” as the best for a given (explained) application. What I do is make the link for Amazon search using those exact company and model names.

    In my experience, this gives more relevant results, than linking a particula product from a particula shop. Shops tend to run out of stock, or cease support, but this method is more time-proof in my experience.

    So when users click on my affilate link, they go to the Amazon site and see the search keywords already entered and executed in the amazon’s search box, with a list of given results. Then they can choose the preffered shop, based on price, shipping cost, previous experience etc.

    If i add on-link code to my website, will this work the same, just sending visitors to their local amazon website version (uk, de, etc…)?

  9. I like your detailed post on Amazon Onelink. I have affiliate account for about 4 months now and I think it’s time to monetize my international traffic as well.
    Thanks for sharing!!

  10. Hi Kasa, Thanks for the article. I have set up Onelink successfully. It’s working as well as it can but I’ve noticed limitations in a good proportion of cases. Sometimes the product match isn’t intelligent enough. For example, if a book has a different US publisher and UK publisher I want to be sure that the amazon link directs visitors to the best version in each market (so far this hasn’t happened in testing). Also if I am talking about a product e.g. coconut oil. The variations across markets will be completely different. Even if the brands operate in both markets, the packaging, volumes and names could be completely different. I would much rather choose for myself which version of a product is shown in each market. Do you know if that is possible using Onelink or any other plugin?

  11. Thank you for this informative guide.
    However, I am currently on the trial period for Amazon’s USA associates program. If I sign up for UK and Canada, would I be on trial for those two, as well? If so, would I need three purchases on all three accounts? I am very confused about this. Or would I still just need to get three purchases overall…

      1. This is a good question I have been wanting to know th answer to. As this was asked and answered a year and a half ago, do you know now if we link .com and accounts are they considered the same account when a commission is paid and will the probationary period be over for both if a sale os made through one?

        1. Hi Tom,

          They are still considered as separate accounts. But now you can see commissions for all locale accounts from same dashboard.

  12. Hi Kasa;
    Thank you so much for explaining one link. I am trying to add the code to Blogger but can’t find where to put it..any suggestions? I’ve been struggling with this for a while now.

  13. Dear Kasa,
    Thanks so much for your information. I am new with affiliate marketing with Amazon. I signed up affiliate account ( I think this is U.S account. So, I can only get commission when the people in US purchase via my affiliate link? If other countries purchase like Vietnam, Australia…, I will not get commission? that make me so confused, I appreciate your reply.
    Thank you

    1. Correct. If you registered for Amazon US affiliate program and used affiliate links from there you will only get a commission if someone from US purchases through your link.

  14. Hey Kasa, I’m brand new to using affiliate links. I’ve signed up with, .ca and UK’s affiliate programs and Onelink-ed them. But I want to use the affiliate links for a Facebook page. I’m thinking that this is not possible because of having to put oneTag on a website – which Facebook page is not. Am I right there? Is there another option for using one link for my FB page followers from US, Canada and UK? Or do I have to list them separably in each post when I want to use aff links?

    1. As I am aware this is not possible. Your best option is to include links for all three in the Facebook post and let visitors decide which they prefer.

  15. Hello There,

    I am using Astute Links for quite a while now and it is working great for me. It also has Amazon OneLink Support. I have used Easy Azon Pro before but I prefer Astute Links as it does not affect the loading time of the blog.

  16. Hi Kasa, thank you for the post about OneLink !!. I have two questions:

    1-I am testing OneLink with a VPN (IP of Germany), and there is no way to redirect to to
    I tried with several international famous products and “close match” setting,(I suppose that its exist in Germany) and always show the products in
    In the address bar of browser, I can see the several redirecctions (aax-us…) but retrun to
    Do you have any suggestions ?

    2-When chosse several countries to use with OneLink, do you know if is possible to remove one country from OneLink ? I do not see any link o point to remove in the OneLink page.

    Thanks for your help.

    1. Hi,

      Are you sure you have registered as an affiliate to affiliate program and set OneLink correctly for Germany?

      If you want to exclude the certain country from OneLink, just don’t set OneLink for that country.

      1. Hi Kasa, thank you for your response.

        Yes, I have an Germany affiliate account, and in the “OneLink” page, the link with USA account is VERIFIED.My VPN is using this option in Opera browser.

        About second point, I chose 4 countries to link with OneLink, and in step 2 of OneLine page, I see one unique code to add at tobmy site ( thist should include the 4 countries), and don´t see options to remove one country and get a new code in step 2.

        Any suggestions?

        1. Yes, but in Link Your Accounts section you have option which store (country) to link. You dont need to link store that you dont wish to use.

  17. Hi i have a question related to this. I just signed up for Amazon Canada .ca affiliate but i received an email saying that i should make three sales within three months. On the other hand i already make sales on my U.S account on almost daily basis and U.S account is already fully approved. I have a question will my U.S account also terminated if i don’t make 3 sales from .ca account within 3 months. As .ca account is also associates to U.S now

  18. Thank you for this article! I have a question – Does OneLink work if I use shortened links from the Amazon Canada affiliate site, or do the original links need to be US/.com?

  19. Hi Kasa Thanks For The Great Article. So I Have This Problem when i insert the OneTag Code in The footer of my website i Get A Error message and it dosen’t save the code on my website

    1. I need more info. In which file exactly you put footer or you used plugin or your theme custom code option?

      And what error message you receive?

  20. Hey great article! I set up onelink successfully and tested it via a vpn.

    On one page it successfully redirected to the right amazon domain. However on another affiliate page, it didn’t direct.

    Any ideas why that would be?

        1. I have also done testing regarding close match and for me too not everytime is redirected to or (at least to search page as it should).

  21. I’m new to affiliate links and have added the OneLink. Is it still worth me paying for EasyAzone Pro Plugin as it makes it easy to add links from within my site. I haven’t managed to set it up yet as I can’t get an AWP account set up for some reason.

  22. Idk why but one link is not working for me in the case of UK visitors, it is working fine for people clicking my US Amazon links from Canada. My store ids have been verified and everything fine but I tested by asking some UK people and they are redirected to only. In the “check matching products” options as you have shown in this post, I cannot see my matching links for column US links are shown and Canada links in the other, just like your screenshot. Any suggestions?

    1. I wish I could help but without actually seeing your site and checking I can’t tell. I suggest you also test links by yourself using VPN.

  23. I have few questions for u as I just opened my us Amazon affiliate account and that’s it account no or what to do next should we hire some one to do seo or Google Adsense or should make my own Amazon website affiliate is same commission 10 percent
    Can u kindly help me in the program as I am in need of urgent and can help me my email [email protected]

    1. Well, I would suggest that you start your website where you will pick one niche and write about products from that niche. In each post include Amazon affiliate links in text and images. Also, put Amazon native ads.

      You could also start YouTube channel and put Amazon affiliate links in video description or focus on any other social promotion like Pinterest, Facebook, Google plus.

  24. Thanks for this, what do you think of easyazon plugin is there any difference if I use easyazon compared to this new one amazon one click?

    1. Amazon OneLink only works with US, CA and UK for geo targeting. If you need anything other than that you can use Easy Azon plugin.

      1. Hey kasa, awesome post! I used easy azon links on my site. should I remove it and use amazons own link?

  25. It’s useless.

    Only available payments are check (which has a much larger minimum payment) or a gift card (why would I want to buy something thru Amazon UK?)

    Started to complete the registration process and gave up. There are much better ways to monetize international traffic than this. As usual, Amazon is about 10 years behind the times.

    1. Well, many find checks acceptable as well as gift cards. You can always buy something for others and then they pay you in another way.

    2. I agree. It’s perfectly valid to expect for international purchases to be a minor part (especially for countries with language barriers). Having to request payment at 2-6 different sites, in gift cards or by checks in 2-6 different currencies hardly seems to have been the right way to approach this. I imagine this will turn off a lot of people.

  26. Great write up! From what I understand, this should work as a free tool. If so, what’s the point of GeniusLink? Also, I imagine this will get more people to use the Amazon Associates Link Builder WP plugin just for the sake of feeling confident about those redirects.

    1. The point of GeniusLink and other similar tools is that they provide redirection for all Amazon stores while Amazon OneLink currently only for US, CA and UK and links need to be US as it seems. Also, people with UK links cant set to Amazon US and CA for example.

  27. Sukanta Rakshit

    Glad to see Amazon released this most wanted feature for affiliate marketers. Can you confirm that Onelink works with all regional sites or only with US/CA majors?
    Thanks for this useful info.

  28. Thank You Kasa for the great review and tips…
    i have an issue and i want your help ( my english isn’t good enough to be clear .. may god help you to understand my issue 😀 )
    first of all : i have a wordpress website and i use google tag manager …. to manage all scripts and i think that this can helps to avoid high load time of website when using a lot of tag script… and i use direct amazon links in posts
    second : in the store website i’m using woozone plugin and he integrate his own Geo localization for CA and UK.
    my question is when i’m testing all posts links with a vpn they take me to the default amazon country …. is it a problem of compatibility with the plugin or its a problem of google tag manager because this works great with other plugins ?!!

    1. I don’t exactly understand the issue. Do you have a problem with WooZone Geo targeting or you also used Amazon Onelink with WooZone and now you experience issue?

  29. Hi, is there any way to put Amazon one tag scripts on AMP website? Because javascript makes invalid in AMP.

  30. Hi,

    I run a UK based product review blog, where the Amazon affiliate links inside it are linking to Amazon UK.

    Over 50% of my traffic is from US customers, so just having UK amazon affiliate links is a waste. I want to fully monetise my website.

    I heard of Amazon OneLink, however it seems this only allows me to turn links into CA/UK, but since my links are already there is no conversion happening after adding the script.

    Are there any ways to get this to work with OneLink in the way I wanted? If not, are there any free ways to achieve this with other tools?

    1. exact same problem I was encountering. Could find no information telling me that it would not convert Uk to USA links. So only after getting told by US Amazon that I need to make sales or they will close my US account down did I realise something was up. I really do not fancy changing all links on my site to USA now.

  31. Thanks for the article, I would like to know where exactly to put the onetag code on wordpress step by step, if you can put a video about it, it would be awesome.
    Thank you

    1. Hi Amine,

      Well if your theme doesn’t have a section for adding the external code you can use the plugin I mentioned (free).

      If you don’t want to use a plugin you can add code to the footer.php. Footer.php can be accessed within your site dashboard Appearance -> Editor. There under Templates on the right side look for Theme Footer (footer.php) and click on it.

      Copy oneTag code and paste it before END BODY.

      Now it all depends on WP theme you are using so sections could be different. You can also access footer.php by using FTP client like FileZilla or through your hosting File Manager (cPanel if hosting use it). In this case, you can find it in wp-content -> themes -> yourthemename

      Be noted that when your theme gets updated the code will be removed. This is why you need to use a child theme if you don’t already.

      But if reading this you just think what the heck am I talking about, then I suggest you use the plugin. Also using plugin, when theme gets updated you will not lose code.

  32. Actually, adding on to my previous comment, I am finding that some links are geo-working and others are not. I wonder if anyone else is facing the same issue

    1. Natalie, did you use Exact Match or Close Match? Are your links in text links or generated via a plugin? Do you use WooCommerce?

      I tested my links via VPN and they are working great for both Canada and UK. But I noticed that they don’t work on WooCoommerce buttons or with some WooCommerce plugins.

      This is actually good from one side as you can get a cookie on visitor browser for both his store (UK or CA) and US store. Maybe he even decides to buy from US Amazon store rather that his own if wished product is not sold on his locale.

      NOTE: Sorry, I sometimes forget that people who don’t use WordPress might be reading this (as this is a WordPress oriented site). If you don’t disregard most questions.

      1. I used Close Match and all are text links that I manually picked up from Amazon. Some are amzn shortened links, many are the long version. And yes, its a wordpress site 🙂

        1. Well if it is closed match it should at least always show search field with term already inputed and related products shown if there is no exact match.

  33. hi Kasa, that was a great guide, thank you! I was able to follow it and install the OneLink code on the footer of my website.

    However I found that it doesn’t seem to be working, I had someone in Canada click on a link and it still sends them to Amazon US. Any insight into that?

  34. Thanks for the overview. I wasn’t totally clear based on what you said – will the OneLink still work and redirect traffic appropriately if you are using third party affilaite links services?

    Right now I am using Thirsty Affiliate and I am unsure whether this chance will actually help considering the links in my content are ‘’

    Thanks again!

    1. I last used Thirsty Affiliates long time ago so I don’t know. The set up is easy and you need few minutes. Then you will see if it works.

      My guess would be that it doesn’t work with Thirsty Affiliates. But if I am not mistaken they have their own geo-targeting addon.

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