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Does this conform to AMS rules? Somehow I really doubt it.

Hi Mark,

I appreciate your concerns. Just to clarify, we use Amazon's own API which they provide for this very purpose. Without Amazon's consent and systems this app would not exist. We had to go through legal vetting with Amazon in order to get access to the API.

There are many existing services which manage your Amazon PPC. Most are for 'sellers', we wanted to focus on authors.
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