Welcome to my ExtendAzon 2.0 review. Someone told me this was being launched, so I decided to take a look to see what it’s all about…
Product Name: ExtendAzon 2.0
Owner: Ryan Stevenson
Price: $47 + upsells
My Rating: Okay
Similar Product: EasyAzon
What is ExtendAzon 2.0?
It is a plugin which can increase your sales as an Amazon affiliate. Normally, when someone clicks an Amazon affiliate link on your website, a 24-hour cookie is placed on their computer. This means you get paid a commission if they make a purchase within that 24-hour period.
The problem is, if they wait until after that 24-hour period before they buy, you won’t get a commission. ExtendAzon gets around this by adding the product to their cart, which lasts for up to 90 days. Take a look at the video:
So, as you can see, it adds the product to a cart on your site. This gives them time to consider the additional products recommended by ExtendAzon. Once they have added all the products they want to buy to their cart, they can click through to Amazon to complete the purchase.
I have to admit, the ability to recommend additional products from on your site is a great feature. This, along with the 90-day shopping cart, really could increase your commissions dramatically.
Do you really need a plugin to do this?
I’ll let you into a little secret. You don’t actually need to buy a plugin to make use of the 90-day shopping cart. Here is a page on the Amazon Associates site explaining how you can do it yourself for free:
You may still think it’s worth getting the plugin to easily manage your affiliate links as well as make use of the recommended products feature.
How much does ExtendAzon 2.0 cost?
If you get it early when it first launches, you will pay between $9 and $37. If you buy it later, you will pay either $47 for an Unlimited Domain License.
HOWEVER, there are two additional products you will be offered when you purchase. These are:
- $27-$47 for Azon Overhaul Amazon Training Course
- $17-$47 for ExtendAzon Plus
So you could end up potentially paying a total of $191 if you bought everything at full price. It’s a shame these additional products are not part of the main product. I’m not quite sure what ExtendAzon Plus includes, but surely it could have been part of the standard ExtendAzon product? Also, with the training course, why isn’t that part of it? Why sell someone a product and then ask them to pay extra to be shown how to use it? It just seems a bit sneaky to me.
I hope you found my ExtendAzon 2.0 review helpful. If you have any questions or comments, please post them in the comments section below. I will reply as soon as I can.
All the best,