Add Amazon Product Images to a Table

If you are an Amazon affiliate marketer, you might want to create different types of tables, like comparative, specification, listicle, etc., to promote products. You’ll want to add images to the table to make your content engaging and eye-hooking.

But to display Amazon product images, you have to use their image links generated with tracking codes. Just downloading and uploading images isn’t enough.

This post will show you how to add Amazon product images to a table in WordPress using the TableBerg plugin.

Step 01: Sign into Your Amazon Affiliate Program Account #

You first have to sign into your Amazon affiliate program account. After that, you’ll be able to generate image links with tracking codes.

Sign into Your Amazon Affiliate Program Account

Step 02: Go to Your Product Page #

Go to the product page that you want to promote through your site.

Click the Image option on the top bar of the page.

Go to a product page

Step 03: Copy the Tracking Code of the Image #

A popup box will open on the right side under the image option. You’ll be allowed to change and select the image size you want.

You’ll get the tracking code of the image below. We have pointed out everything in the image below.

Copy the tracking code.

Copy the Tracking Code of the Image

Step 04: Add the Custom HTML Block to the Table #

Now, come to your website. Create a table with the TableBerg plugin. Then, add the Custom HTML block to your desired cell of the table.

Add the Custom HTML Block to the Table

The Custom HTML block will be added to the table in a second.

The Custom HTML block is added to the table

Step 05: Paste the Amazon Product Image Link to the Custom HTML Block #

Just paste the Amazon product image link to the box you copied just a while ago.

Click the Preview button on the toolbar.

Paste the Amazon Product Image Link to the Custom HTML Block

The image will be previewed in the table.

Image showed up with the block

In the same way, you can keep adding images to the other cells using the Custom HTML block.

Here’s a complete guide on how to use the Custom HTML block and stylize it further.

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Updated on July 13, 2024
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