Linkmoney App Reserved Store Tags

This article will cover how to add Reserved Amazon Store Tags to your Linkmoney App License Control Panel.

While most Amazon Affiliate Publishers use a single Amazon Associates Store ID (Store Tag), we have found there are many affiliate sites that have more than one store tag on their site.

Because of this, we added a section in the Linkmoney App License Control Panel called “Reserve Tags”.


Linkmoney App Reserved Tags Explained

When we first signed up for The Amazon Associates Program, we were issued a tracking ID. This is the ID in the upper right-hand corner of your Amazon Associates account.

Linkmoney App Amazon Account ID
Main Amazon Account Tracking


Some Amazon Affiliate Publishers will add additional store tracking ID’s to their Amazon Associates account.

Linkmoney refers to these additional store tracking ID’s as “Reserved Tags”.

Why did we add the ability to Reserve Tags?

Linkmoney App will automatically find fix and replace all unwanted store tags on your affiliate site. You could have more than one Amazon Store Tag in use that you want to keep.

Find your Reserved Tags in your Baseline Scan

After you purchase your Linkmoney App Plan, we automatically run a Baseline Scan to locate all the Amazon Store Tags on your affiliate site.

After the Baseline scan, your dashboard may look something like this:

Linkmoney App Baseline Scan
Here is an example of a typical Baseline Scan that you can see in your Dashboard:

Now you can see all the different Amazon Store Tags that are currently on your Amazon affiliate site.

Reserved Tag Example

If you have an Amazon Affiliate website that tracks let’s say, seasonal sales, as an example, you may want to tag those seasonal items.

Summer Collection– items typically sold in summer

Spring collection– items typically sold in spring

Fall Collection– items typically sold in the fall

Winter Collection– items typically sold in winter

Note: You can add these additional store Ids to your Amazon Associates Account. Here is Amazon Associates’ help on adding more tracking IDs called “How do I request multiple tracking IDs?” for more information.

Locating the store tags you want to reserve

Find all the tags you want Linkmoney App to not replace, or “Reserve”. If it is easier, copy and paste them into a Google Sheet or Excel.

Linkmoney App Reserved Tags example
Find all the Amazon Store tags you would like to “reserve”

How to Reserve Tags

Now that you know what tags you would like to reserve, go to the Linkmoney App License Control Panel.

Enter the store tags you would like to reserve.

Note: It’s easy to do if you Copy the Store IDs you want to Reserver from your dashboard and Paste them into the Reserve Tags field.  


Click the “Update License” button to save your settings. 

Now when you “Run Scan”, Linkmoney App to automatically finds and fixes your Amazon Affiliate links. All of your reserved store tags are also automatically fixed and updated.

Linkmoney App will still find and fix your Amazon Affiliate errors if you are reserving store tags.

Here is the same site as the Baseline Scan above after Linkmoney App found and fixed the Amazon Affiliate Links:

Linkmoney App Clean Scan


If you are using multiple Amazon Store IDs, Linkmoney App will reserve those tags and still find and fix your affiliate links errors.

Please let me know if this article needs more explanation.

Recommended Reading

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Linkmoney App Baseline Scan

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How To Change Multiple Amazon Affiliate Tracking IDs to One Single Tracking ID


Charles Joyner

Charles Joyner

Hello, I am a fellow Niche Website Publisher. Like you, I’m always looking to earn the most revenue I can from Amazon Affiliate websites. We created Linkmoney App so we all could earn more revenue from our hard work and time publishing and operating affiliate websites. I love all things SEO and Publishing! Software nerd since 1998. Leave me a “whoot!” in the comments if you read the article, and please comment on what would make it better. Thank you!

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