How to use Amazon images on your blog

In my post, I show you how to get product images from Amazon to use in your blog posts, step by step.

Images are available to members of the Amazon affiliate program only. If you haven’t signed up for a free account yet, head over to Affiliate-program.Amazon.com, to join.

By the end of this article, you will be able to select a product to promote from Amazon, generate code for an image, paste code into your blog post, and publish content with images that have your affiliate link embedded.

Let’s get started

Step one – Sign in to your Amazon affiliate account.

Amazon product images are available to use for Amazon affiliate members only. To start, ensure you have signed in to your account.

Sign ion to your Amazon affiliate account

Once signed in, you have access to the Amazon Site Stripe, this allows you to get product images from Amazon.

You can see the Site Stripe across the top of the screen every time you visit Amazon.

Amazon Site Stripe

Step two – Select a single product from Amazon.

Next, find a single product from Amazon that you want to promote on your website. Only single product items have an option to get an image.

As an example, I have selected the Wyse cam.

Wyse cam

Step three – Select the Image link from the Site Stripe.

To get an image for this product, click on the ‘Image’ link in the Site Stripe.

Select Image from the Site Stripe

In the popup, there is an image preview, size selector, and highlighted HTML code. Select the size you require, then copy the highlighted code.


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Step four – Paste the code into your blog post.

Once you have your code from the Amazon Site Stripe, return to your blog post.

To add the image, create a new HTML block.

Click on the create block icon on the right or top-left.

Create a block on WordPress

Search for ‘HTML.’

Search for HTML
Search for HTML

Select the ‘Custom HTML block.’

Select custom HTML to create a block

Now you have a block for the Amazon Site Stripe code.

HTML block

Paste the code you got from Amazon into this block.

Paste the code from Amazon

To preview your image, select ‘Preview’ from the toolbar.

Preview image

To change the alignment of the image, click on the three dots on the right of the toolbar.

Select the three dots on the toolbar

From the list, select ‘Convert to blocks.’

Select convert to blocks

Once selected, you get an error message to tell you the image has to ‘Alt tag.’ Delete the error message first by using the remove block option.

Remove block

Once removed, you can change the alignment of your image and add an alt tag.

To change alignment, select this icon, and make your selection from the list.

Change alignment

To add an alt tag, add your text to the box on the right of the editor.

Add alt text to your image

Step five – Publish your post.

Once you have finished your blog post, it is time to publish your content.

Select ‘Publish,’ then ‘View post’ to see your Amazon product image on your blog.

View post

Here is my live post. The image has your unique affiliate code embedded. If a visitor clicks on the image, they go to the product on Amazon. If they purchase the item, you get a commission.

Product image on my blog

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Conclusion

Now you know how to get Amazon product images for your website. Always use the Amazon Site Stripe don’t download images directly from Amazon. Those images are copyrighted. You could get your Amazon affiliate account deactivated.

I recommend adding the ‘Alt text’ to your images. Alt text helps search engines understand the purpose of your image.

If you would like to join the Amazon affiliate program but are not sure of the process, check out my ‘How to join the Amazon Affiliate program‘ post. I walk you through the signup process step by step.

I also have a YouTube channel with tutorials on WordPress, SEO, and the Amazon affiliate program.

Before you return to your blog, would you kindly spare one minute to leave a comment? Did you find my blog post helpful? Are you having problems displaying Amazon images on your posts? I appreciate all feedback.

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