I tend to choose Amazon products that have at least 20 reviews and are 4 stars or higher. Then I will make sure there is enough info about the product around to create a 600+ word review.
On average it takes me about 30-40 minutes to write a review and about another 10 minutes to create a couple graphics/banners to use with the review on the site.
I currently have one site that I am posting all of my reviews on and it has a very good product review theme/layout. I am only using one domain for the reviews as opposed to having a domain with the keyword I am targeting in my review as this tends to get a little more risky when using company/product names in your own domain name/website. So I have decided to keep it more to a general site and put all my reviews on it.
The domain is ~2 years old so nicely aged and allready had some previous backlinks in google as well. That's why I chose the one domain for the site.
I plan to write 1 review per day and post it to the site so in a month from now I will have about 30 reviews out there ranking and hopefully profiting too.
I am using automatic backlink creator to build backlinks slowly so it doesn't look to suspicious to google. I think this will work well too as the product name keywords I am targeting are low competition so it should be easier to rank high with especially with my aged domain as well.
My plan is based on numbers and volume rather than skill and luck which some seem to think making money online requires (luck). I f I keep at it in 2 months I will have 60+ reviews out there and keeping it conservative, if I make 2-3 sales per month with each review at an average of $5 per sale (I am mainly targeting products over $100) then that is an extra $600-$900 per month which isn't too bad at all and with that I would reinvest it to outsource the review writing and keep scaling it up more and more.
I would like to know if you guys think this is a good plan of attack and if there is anything you might change about the plan let me know I am open for ideas. Thanks