For most people, having your own Amazon profile is likely to be of little interest, as they do not share wish lists, do not participate in Amazon rating programs, or do not write reviews. However, if you set up wish lists for children's birthdays, Christmas, Easter or other occasions and want to send them to friends, you will sometimes be asked what your Amazon profile is. The link to your own profile on Amazon is also an important entry ticket for participating in review portals for Amazon products.
You can find my Amazon profile, for example here - I write reviews more often because I like to work my way through other people's reviews when I want to buy a product. If I give my opinion every now and then, this may help me help others.
Question: How do I find the link to my Amazon profile?
You can actually find the URL of your Amazon profile via your Amazon account. However, Amazon has the practical function that you can directly link subpages - including the profile - and you always end up with your own profile via the link. However, the prerequisite is that you are logged into Amazon.de in the browser you are currently using.
To the Amazon profile via a direct link
If you are already logged in to Amazon, you can access your profile via the following link:
When you have called up the page, you can copy the complete URL in the address bar of the browser and send it to other people by email or other means. If they then call up the link, they land directly on your public profile on Amazon.
Instructions: Find the profile link in the Amazon dashboard
If you prefer to go via Amazon.de and click through, you can access your profile this way:
Click "Hello..." in the top right corner to go to your account
scroll down to the boxes
Select "Profile" in the "Order and shopping settings" box
Now switch to public view with the link "See what others see".
You are now on your profile page, which looks like what other people call it when, for example, they click on a link in one of your reviews.
The address from the browser address bar can be marked and copied and then pasted into an e-mail or elsewhere so that other people can view your profile.
Check the Amazon profile link
If you are not sure whether you copied the correct link, you can easily check this. To do this, open a private window in your browser or an incognito window, as it is called in Chrome, and copy the link into it.
If your profile appears when you call it up, everything is correct. Using a private window prevents you from being automatically logged into Amazon and possibly only being shown a view of the profile that you can only see yourself.
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4 comments on “Amazon profile link to copy and click”
Helpful for those who need it. Do you also wonder how harmful Amazon can be for other small retailers? Not to mention the working conditions for their employees, with which I have no personal experience.
Hi Michael! I don't know the working conditions at Amazon, but I know that they just make the buying process extremely comfortable. When I look around at the "small dealers", it often quickly becomes clear to me why their business is not going well. The usability is sometimes so abysmal that even a willing customer cannot really search for, find and buy the products. I'm sorry if I prefer Amazon. But one could also criticize the fact that there are rare earths in iPhones and that one should not buy them for that reason. Basically a correct thought, but far from reality...
I need help.
I ordered something from Amazon but I have problems with the review link.
I call for help but don't answer dany.
Hello Behrouz! To be honest, I still don't fully understand the problem. 😊