I've also integrated a similar store in one of my sites... no sales yet but it's only been there for a couple of weeks and the traffic to the site isn't enormous.
One tip regarding the iframe code given my Amazon, I've found it useful to change the 'height' variable to about "1000" instead of "4000" which is way too long, and then setting the 'scrolling' variable to "auto" instead of "no" so that if an item's description is too long a vertical scroll bar will appear.
LoL no hard feelings but I wouldn't buy anything through such a site though it's an amazon affiliate in reality.
Come on will throw in some few dollars get it atleast viewable LOL
Indian & International webmasters are welcome !!!
Hee hee, I've just added two aStores to my lame period dramas website.
Unfortunately, I couldn't really fit them into my design perfectly (width-wise). I've squashed them as much as I could (without doing loads of extra work) by editing the CSS, but I still can't fit a scrollbar in. So, I've just made the iframe really long to accommodate long product descriptions. I think the stores look OK though.
Now, if only this were a decent niche...
Dr. Stavros (5 October, 2009)
a small update...
since I read this thread, I start to put a bit more attention on my aStore, and I realize that it ranks on some keywords and made a few more sales now.
So I believe it is worth to try. I am right now optimizing that aStore and hopefully it will start to rank on other keywords as well.
bogart (30 November, 2009)