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Anyone tried doing amazon niche sites recently.

Do they still work? I came across an interesting post about how it is quite passive compared to authority sites.
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  • Profile picture of the author writeaway
    Yes it still works but if you want faster traffic, setting up your own PBN is pretty much the way to go
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  • Profile picture of the author yukon
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    Originally Posted by Hubert Koh Yu Meng View Post

    Anyone tried doing amazon niche sites recently.

    Do they still work? I came across an interesting post about how it is quite passive compared to authority sites.
    That doesn't make sense.

    An authority site that targets one niche can also be an affiliate site.
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  • Profile picture of the author guitarprince
    About authority sites:

    Cons

    - They can take a long time before they turn out to be profitable (often around 6-8 months).

    - They require a huge amount of time and attention in order to be successful.

    - The content needs to be good enough to earn attention. Otherwise the whole model falls apart.

    - Outsourcing and scaling high quality content and promotion is somewhat of a challenge.

    Pros

    - It feels good to be helping people while making money.

    - They're true passive income once they're rolling.

    - Working on them is fun and interesting.

    - They're an incredible platform to launch much bigger businesses from.

    - They're a high value commodity that can easily be sold for a 6-7 figure number when they're successful.
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