They actually just rejected me… but I have an idea now! So give me a quick second to adjust a few things…
Edit: It was again saying I ‘didn’t have the natively tracking tag in my links’. My new theory is that they might approve if I use their stupid link creator for the links, rather than just my natively tag. The link creator generates multiple other tags in the url which shows where exactly you’re coming from. Maybe they like that… even though they never specified that before or in their docs.
I’m just talking about for the approval process. They assume you are using their little widget to create the urls, not simply appending. After that we can do the tags … as that does track the sales.
Idk. They just keep saying in their email that I don’t have appropriate tags on my urls (even though the sales are being tracked) and they point me to use their special link creation widget. So trying it …
I’m very frustrated as this could be a huge blocker!
(website and app, it seems volumes of manga might be restricted to the app)
What is required to use this provider? Local address? Local credit card? Local web address? Great question, I only used my email address as far as I remember, but you may need a Japanese ip adress. I haven’t tried buying anything either yet. Someone in a different country should test it out.
Budget rating (Free, $, $$$) There are many free chapters available for free free, free coins, and paid coins
[For Ebooks] How is the software? Is it easy to use? Text selectable? No selectable text, but it seems screenshots are allowed.
General notes? Pros / Cons? When searching, pay close attention to whether it’s listed as 話 or コミックス. コミックス are typically whole volumes only available for paid coins and go for the same price as the Kindle volumes. However, the 話 are often free free or free coins. Free coins are coins that you can get by reading, watching ads, completing surveys, etc. They’re really easy to accumulate. If a chapter costs free coins though, it might only be a rental chapter. Anyhow, it’s a great way to read for free and support the publisher.
Can the ‘where to find’ editing section be modified to autodetect whether the link added is an ebook or audiobook? The option to select disappears once the URL is added, but the info is included within the link itself.
The current stopgap isn’t particularly aesthetically pleasing.
There are auto-generated Yes24 links for the physical and ebooks, presumably because they’re linked on the Yes24 page. Would it be possible to have something similar for GP, since the ebook/audiobook are often linked?
It seems the amazon DE links have lost their reference.
I tend to use the https://learnnatively.com/book/b26291e5b3/ link, because I know there is one for amazon DE but it’s now https://www.amazon.de/-/en/%E9%A6%99%E6%9C%88%E7%BE%8E%E5%A4%9C-ebook/dp/B00TKIAMYW/ without any reference.
it used to be: https://www.amazon.de/-/en/%E9%A6%99%E6%9C%88%E7%BE%8E%E5%A4%9C-ebook/dp/B00TKIAMYW/ref=nosim?tag=natively-21
Edit: Had to buy some stuff for work. I used the second link, but not sure it counted. JFYI. I wonder if the issue with the rejection is, because I don’t buy books.
Oh no! So i fixed that one. That’s correct however, it doesn’t auto apply the tag for non Amazon US & Amazon JP anymore… so let me know if you need another link. You can find all the links by doing a search too : search link
We didn’t get any successful purchases. If you have somethings you need to buy that are on the site, please send me the links and i’ll apply the tag