Selling Amazon Products

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I have put up a couple of sites selling amazon products. I have gotten a few sales, but not much. Does anyone know a top quality product that would show me how to set up successful sites selling Amazon Products. I have seen a lot of very Positive feedback about Jan Roos and his videos teaching how to make money selling amazon products. Any comments will be appreciated. I am thinking about buying his videos.
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  • Profile picture of the author rhinopower
    Let me know how it goies. I have about 30 sites with Amazon products and I haven't made a sale yet. Then again I don't have any backlinks to them yet. So we will see.

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  • Profile picture of the author tommen
    When it comes to selling Amazon products online, I have had some success by writing for Hubpages.com.You have the possibility to add an Amazon widget with products next to your articles.The best thing is that Hubpages articles often get indexed quick and the domain has a good page rank.

    If you start selling Amazon products from a brand new blog, you need to wait for some time before your blog gets indexed and receives some page rank.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Thompson
    You can checkout Deadbeat Super Affiliate. It's pretty good. I bought it and I'm using it with my team now.

    Here's a post about it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mohammad Afaq
    Amazonian Profit Plan and Profitzon are two good ones that I have bought.
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    • Profile picture of the author Will Perkins
      Originally Posted by Mohammad Afaq View Post

      Amazonian Profit Plan and Profitzon are two good ones that I have bought.
      Profitzon is now DeadBeat Super Affiliate.

      I'd highly recommend Dan's product. It's more basic information, but will definitely show you to how build some good niche sites and build solid links.
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      • Profile picture of the author genietoast
        I recommend Matt Carter at MattsMarketingBlog which is absolutely free video training. Plus, he'll give you a free wordpress affiliate template. His blog posts, themselves, are great, too.

        Just remember, though, that when you start earning with Amazon, you won't be paid until 60 days later. Read the help section on "payments" and look at the payment schedule.
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        • Profile picture of the author showmegreen
          but why they pay after 60 days later?
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      • Profile picture of the author SteveFinch
        Check out Dan Brock. He has a lot of success with amazon.
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  • Profile picture of the author ina3270
    I had good response with Squidoo lenses.
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  • Profile picture of the author getsmartt
    I highly recommend Jan Roos products, you cannot go wrong with his methods.

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  • Profile picture of the author Ntech25
    Originally Posted by musiclyons View Post

    I have put up a couple of sites selling amazon products. I have gotten a few sales, but not much. Does anyone know a top quality product that would show me how to set up successful sites selling Amazon Products. I have seen a lot of very Positive feedback about Jan Roos and his videos teaching how to make money selling amazon products. Any comments will be appreciated. I am thinking about buying his videos.
    What I usually do is let amazon tell me what are some best sellers and whats ranking up in sales. Amazon.com Movers & Shakers: The biggest gainers in Kitchen & Dining sales rank over the past 24 hours. This link here tells you what products are moving up in rank and might be worth to do some keyword research into.

    A lot of times you can do all the niche research you want but you won't know if it will make money until you build your store the right way with content and good seo.

    Good Luck
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    • Profile picture of the author KenJ
      I have been doing Amazon since September - No sales until November - Yesterday 14 sales in one day.

      It looks likes it takes a bit of time for google to notice the sites and put them up in the ranking.

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      • Profile picture of the author Hoodyy
        Originally Posted by kenj View Post

        I have been doing Amazon since September - No sales until November - Yesterday 14 sales in one day.

        It looks likes it takes a bit of time for google to notice the sites and put them up in the ranking.

        Kenj
        How much SEO did you do on these sites? How much banklinking etc?

        I'm interested to know because I have an Amazon site and it's currently not getting any traffic even though ranked in google - ranked on first page for one keyword (only 80 searches/m though) currently.

        I want my individual product review pages to rank really. Need some ideas how to get traffic to these sites.
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        • Profile picture of the author Michael Franklin
          Originally Posted by Hoodyy View Post

          How much SEO did you do on these sites? How much banklinking etc?

          I'm interested to know because I have an Amazon site and it's currently not getting any traffic even though ranked in google - ranked on first page for one keyword (only 80 searches/m though) currently.

          I want my individual product review pages to rank really. Need some ideas how to get traffic to these sites.

          They key is to be consistent in your backlinking to your individual pages as well as to your site itself. Most of the time your sites will do a google dance and that's the time to keep backlinking. Most people make the mistake of giving up and then their rankings really suffer after the dance!

          Also, you need to look at keywords that have higher search volume than 80 searches/month. That is way too low!
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          • Profile picture of the author Hoodyy
            Originally Posted by Michael Franklin View Post

            They key is to be consistent in your backlinking to your individual pages as well as to your site itself. Most of the time your sites will do a google dance and that's the time to keep backlinking. Most people make the mistake of giving up and then their rankings really suffer after the dance!

            Also, you need to look at keywords that have higher search volume than 80 searches/month. That is way too low!
            The 80 searches a month is the exact results for my domain name (I had to put a plural which ruined my domain name, otherwise searches would've been much higher). My plan is to do most SEO on the individual review pages and these all have over 3k/m searches.
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        • Profile picture of the author KenJ
          Originally Posted by Hoodyy View Post

          How much SEO did you do on these sites? How much banklinking etc?

          I'm interested to know because I have an Amazon site and it's currently not getting any traffic even though ranked in google - ranked on first page for one keyword (only 80 searches/m though) currently.

          I want my individual product review pages to rank really. Need some ideas how to get traffic to these sites.
          I have one article on EA pointing to each blog page. I have done nothing else for offpage SEO

          I do pick my keywords very very carefully. Usually with no competition for inanchor and intitle - if I can get it. I don't worry about low searches as well chosen keywords will get found in time by google.
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          • Profile picture of the author jan roos
            Originally Posted by getsmartt View Post

            I highly recommend Jan Roos products, you cannot go wrong with his methods.

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            Originally Posted by AFI View Post

            I just have to say that Jan Roos' program is amazing. I currently have about 5 sites set up following his system and they're starting to see sales now and I bought his system in early October.
            Thanks for the vote Guys. Much appreciated!

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  • Profile picture of the author Eyetrap
    I purchased the nicheprofitcourse.com and it helped me, I think it's pretty good.
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  • Profile picture of the author AFI
    Originally Posted by musiclyons View Post

    I have put up a couple of sites selling amazon products. I have gotten a few sales, but not much. Does anyone know a top quality product that would show me how to set up successful sites selling Amazon Products. I have seen a lot of very Positive feedback about Jan Roos and his videos teaching how to make money selling amazon products. Any comments will be appreciated. I am thinking about buying his videos.
    I just have to say that Jan Roos' program is amazing. I currently have about 5 sites set up following his system and they're starting to see sales now and I bought his system in early October.
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  • Profile picture of the author beavboyz
    Chris Guthrie is good as well, has a free e-book on his site. I found out about him on the smart passive income.

    Here are some tips for making money on Amazon

    - Focus on big ticket items that are popular (you can check the best sellers list on Amazon for lots of categories)
    - Smaller items are good because people tend to buy small items, cheaper on shipping!
    - Do keyword research before hand so you know what people are searching for, and what you should be writing about on your site
    - When you build your site write good content, write reviews and share any coupons you find, these are things that BUYERS will be searching for, and you want buyers to click on your links
    - Put your affiliate links in the article, multiple times, and add some pictures also with your affiliate link linking to the product page
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  • Profile picture of the author foxtrot3
    Another good one is Sara Young's Easy Paycheck Formula, but I'm not sure if it's available right now. Also see this thread...

    http://www.warriorforum.com/main-int...i-ve-done.html
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  • Profile picture of the author theoneinventor
    I can second, the nicheprofitcourse being good material. I don't have any other Amazon affiliate products to compare it to, but Chris has put together a basic, yet comprehensive plan that is easy to follow. It comes with a nice theme too which is probably worth close to the cost of the course. Also he answers questions that you post inside the course which is pretty valuable.
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    • Profile picture of the author inter123
      I have about 10 small sites and one of them makes 90% of the sales. I am figuring there is a certain kind of person that really likes to shop at Amazon. It would be good profile such people, identify the things they are into and promote these products.
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