Create Landing Pages For Specific Groups Of Your Shirts



So for this tip, you will need the master ASIN’s for the shirts you want to group onto a single search results page.  Since I don’t want to show my own designs on here I am going to use some of the top-selling merch shirts listed on Merch Informer.

First the ‘magic’ URL…

(If you have an Amazon associate account add your ID tag like this: but for this example, we will use the basic base URL above.)

You will add one or more master ASIN’s to the end of it, separated by commas.  Master ASIN is the one that shows when you go to your item, before choosing and sizes or colors…

So, for example, this top listed Merch shirt:

(you can check it out now… before everyone freaks out it looks like this is an actual licensed Star Wars shirt.. see the Star Wars logo for the brand name?)

So the master ASIN is  B077NMWD7C.  You can find it in 2 places…

So we add that to the Base URL and get: 

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If you try that link above you will get this.





Now we will add some more shirts…  we will add

(again, not my shirts. these are the top 5 merch shirts right now according to Merch Informer)

So our base link becomes:,B0756MLZF2,B075KRMKTR,B075CW3WLJ,B0721R7V17

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That link gives us this:






Once you have the landing page set-up to your liking you should take that URL and paste it into… that is Google’s URL shortener… I did this and got this short URL

EDIT: It was brought to my attention that Amazon’s Terms Of Service prohibit changing a link to Amazon so that it isn’t obvious that it takes you to Amazon.  So I no longer recommend shortening the link with (which is being deactivated soon anyway).  If you are an Amazon Associate you can take the landing page URL generated with the above method and use the ‘Link to any page’ option in the associates tools to generate a shortened link that will include your associate ID and meet Amazon’s T.O.S… BUT be sure to test the shortened link before you use it as I have had some problems with these at times.

So there you go… want to promote a select variety of your shirts.. follow the above then take that short url and use it in ads or social media… wherever… you may want to create several google short urls and use a unique one in each promotion… shows you the click traffic so you can also gain a little insight which promotions generate the most traffic to your shirts!

Let em know if you have any questions or comments.


4 Responses to Create Landing Pages For Specific Groups Of Your Shirts

  • Thx for this great tip.

  • Wow!! This is amazing! Thank you so much for this tip!

  • I do have a question.
    How do I interpret the number in parens next to the word NEW.


    NEW (75): $22.99

    • Sorry for the delay.. I just saw this comment. The New (75) for example is the condition (New, Used, etc… here is a list ) and the number of variations of the item… so in the case of the short that shows 73 variations… that is 5 colors… each with 6 men’s sizes, 4 women’s sizes and 4 colors having 5 kids sizes (heather colors only have 3 kids sizes)… So:

      • Baby Blue has 15 variations (6x Men’s sizes, 4x Women’s sizes, 5x Kid’s sizes)
      • Navy has 15 variations (6x Men’s sizes, 4x Women’s sizes, 5x Kid’s sizes)
      • Silver has 15 variations (6x Men’s sizes, 4x Women’s sizes, 5x Kid’s sizes)
      • Slate has 15 variations (6x Men’s sizes, 4x Women’s sizes, 5x Kid’s sizes)
      • Heather Grey has 13 variations (6x Men’s sizes, 4x Women’s sizes, 3x Kid’s sizes)

      So 15+15+15+15+13=73

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