AMZ Image Plugin: The Easiest Way for Amazon Associates to Insert Images from Amazon in WordPress

I'm a part of a few Facebook groups related to building Amazon affiliate websites, and I heard some grumbling.

A few people were expressing their frustration with inserting Amazon compliant images in WordPress.  The problem seems simple enough.  Take an image from Amazon and put it on your website.

However, the issue lies in what Amazon allows you to use as an Amazon associate.  You can't just download images and upload them to your website.  Amazon could shut down your Amazon associates account for that.

You have to use the Amazon API in order to stay compliant with Amazon.  As long as you go through the proper channels, you can use the images you see on Amazon on your own website.

After hearing a few different times how frustrating this little problem was for people, I decided to create a simple solution.

That solution is the AMZ Image WordPress plugin that I am releasing today!

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What Does AMZ Image Do?

What if adding an Amazon compliant image was just as easy as inserting a regular image?  That's the aim of the AMZ Image plugin that I just created.

Check out this short 3 minute video to get a full overview of what the plugin does and how to use it.

As you can see, the plugin is super simple and easy to use.  Once you've added your Amazon API credentials and your Amazon affiliate ID, there's really just 3 simple steps.

First, click the “Add Amazon Images” button (conveniently located right next to the standard “Add Media” button in your WordPress editor).

Second, search for the image you want using either a keyword or specific ASIN.

Finally, select the image you want and the size and insert into your post.  That's about it!

Once your image is in your WordPress post, you can treat it like any other image in terms of alignment, positioning, etc.  Just drag it around like any other image as needed.

Here's an example image below of an image I inserted with the AMZ Image plugin.  As you can see, my Amazon affiliate ID was automatically inserted.

Morakniv Bushcraft Carbon Steel Survival Knife with Fire Starter and Sheath, Black

The plugin has one purpose: a no-nonsense way to quickly find and insert Amazon product images in WordPress.

You can Get the AMZ Image Plugin Right Here!

Why is AMZ Image Better than Other Plugins?

There are more powerful Amazon affiliate plugins out there, I'll admit it.  However, many plugins that assist you as an Amazon affiliate (including inserting images) have so many bells and whistles that they often do alot of things pretty good, but not one thing well.

The AMZ Image plugin, I hope, is the easiest and most simple way to insert Amazon product images in WordPress without all the “Extras”.  In particular, what I mean by extras is price, ratings, buy buttons, and more.

As you can see from my example image (of a survival knife) above, there are no prices displayed, no buy buttons, no ratings, etc.  Those things have a time and a place.  But sometimes, you just want to make your blog post look nice with some great looking Amazon product images.

You don't want a glaring advertisement sometimes.  Sometimes you just want some images to make things look a little nicer.

Other plugins either don't offer the ability to insert the Amazon image by itself (without the price, button, other); or they make you jump through a bunch of hoops to get JUST the image.

So, have you EVER wanted to JUST insert a few images from Amazon to spruce up your blog post?  This is where the AMZ Image plugin stands out.

Oh, and of course you can still make money from these images!  You have the option to automatically insert your Amazon affiliate link to the image, so when someone clicks and buys on Amazon, you make a commission!

As you know, many people do click on images.  And it's a standard best practice that your Amazon images should be an affiliate link to Amazon to maximize commissions.

The Special Offer for the AMZ Image Plugin

I created AMZ Image plugin to help people get rid of the frustration they have when simply wanting to add Amazon product images to their website using the Amazon API.

For this week, I'm offering this new plugin at about half off what I plan to normally charge.  I think it's a pretty good deal at the normal price, but I'm hoping that you'll consider it a no-brainer at the price it's listed at today.

For less than the price of a meal, you can get the plugin.  I'm not talking Ruth's Chris Steak house either.  I'm talking a normal meal at McDonald's.  So, you can have either a Big Mac Meal or the AMZ Image plugin. 

It's up to you…but one of the choices is much better for your health and much more likely to make you some Amazon commissions!

Check out the AMZ Image Special Offer Right Here!

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June 18, 2019 | 40 Comments

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Will it great compare to easyazon . Easyazon also pull images without the extras.


Hi Spencer. This looks great. Can it be used to generate the featured image for a post?

Spencer Haws

I think that might depend on your theme.


I get more than 10K people every month on my website, but I can’t make any amazon sales even with the product review articles.
I get clicks on my amazon links, but no orders.
I also use WP on my blog, so I wonder if this plugin can do something to solve my amazon sales problem.

Spencer Haws

Try it out and let me know.


Do you NPI members get it for free aswell? the already-paid-inside members?

Spencer Haws

Yes, its free for NPI members.

Goran Duskic

Nice, thanks! I’ll try this out when I get some free time!



Does this works with Thrive Architect?


ShaRhanda Bynum

That was also my first question!


As far as I know, Amazon doesn’t allow you to copy their product pics and use them on your site as affiliate links. I have to look around the Internet to find different ones. How does this plugin help me with this? Thanks

Spencer Haws

You can use images in your blog posts if they come from the Amazon API, which is what this plugin does.


Even they come from Amazon API, it doesn’t mean you are in compliance with their rules, for instance Easy Azon does the same thing and I’m pretty sure it will be shut down soon. Convince me to buy your plugin that’s already been put on “sale” to a new buyer? Thanks

Spencer Haws

I see no reason why you think EasyAzon would be shut down soon, it’s been powering websites for 7 or 8 years?


Hi Spencer. This looks great. Can it be used to generate the featured image for a post?


Are there any answers to the questions in the comment section? Thanks.

Spencer Haws

Yes, all answered now.


Hi Spencer,

Does this plug-in work with WooCommerce? I would love to see a solution that can display the Amazon image in WooCommerce, without downloading the image.

I don’t know of any way this can be achieved at the moment.

Spencer Haws

We have not tested it with Woocommerce.


Hi Spencer,

Will your app store our Amazon secret key on our server as plain text, or is it encrypted?


Spencer Haws

I’ll have to confirm that and get back to you.

Faruque Alam

I just bought the Unlimited Site license of AmzImage. Amazing plugin, it’s a lifesaver. Thanks a lot.

Could not find your support page, so posting here. What should I do?

VaultPress is giving me some security warnings. The message showed up after installing your plugin. One part of the message:

This code pattern is often used to run a very dangerous shell programs on your server. The code in these files needs to be reviewed, and possibly cleaned.

Ignore Threat
1 File Affected
View Code4 hours ago

Spencer Haws

Here’s the support page:

Matthew Okosodo

Can I use AMZ plugin without having Amazon API

Spencer Haws

No. but the API is free, so you should just do it :).


You said “You can’t just download images and upload them to your website. Amazon could shut down your Amazon associates account for that.”

Can you please reference this? Where is this written in Amazon TOS?

Mark Mason

It comes down to ownership and copyright. Amazon does not own most of the images on their site (the manufacturer does). So Amazon cannot give you blanket permission to use images. Instead, they manage it through the API (and through the Amazon affiliate stripe where you can select “image” or “image + text” to generate an HTML code which will display the image). You can also get image permission directly from the manufacturer.

As for documenting this in the TOS — the TOS is a mess on this issue. Last time I looked at this the API TOS and the Associates TOS did not even agree. So, proceed with caution.


Does this API insert the large photo (large file size) and then is able to adjust the size of the photo for appearance (still large file size)


Are there different size photos (each with a different file size) that the api can choose from Amazon???

The reason I ask is for page speed. Larger file size photos load pages slower, no matter what adjustments to size you make in wordpress.

I understand the photos will not be on my server, but on Amazon’s server.

Just wondering…..Thanks!!!

Spencer Haws

There are different sizes the API can choose from.


This looks a nice tool, that trying to grab that longgg image link in Amazon

Spencer Haws


Chris Vasey

This is exactly what I have been looking for. Amazon can be strict for affiliates. My friend is doing a softball glove website and he was downloading product images to make the links to the their products. Because of that he got a warning.

Amy Miller

Great article. I am also affiliate marketer and try to build my own affiliate website.


fabulous’s a free plugin and be used to generate the featured image.

Masood sadiq

it would make the work easy of affiliate marketers.


Hi Spencer

After receiving error messages after installation I messaged support. They replied with one confusing email and then stopped replying to me altogether.

I’ve now asked for details on how to get the 30 day money back guarantee (because I currently cannot use the plugin), however am not receiving a reply on this either.

Any advice on how to proceed?


Spencer Haws

Hey Scott, I sold this company (AMZ image) a few months ago. Please continue to contact support. If you still don’t hear anything, email me and I can forward your message to the new owner.

Scott Fraser

Hi Spencer

I’m still not having much luck with support. They don’t reply to most of my emails.

What email address can I contact you at?

Spencer Haws

I have a contact form on my site here, just go to the header menu, click the 3 little bars on the right, then contact. That will email me.

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