18 Tips I've Used To Earn $90k+ with Amazon.com

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I've been earning money with Amazon's affiliate program for a little over 2 years now and because I know most people struggle to make money with Amazon I'm posting my best tips based on actual testing and experience.

Top 18 Tips I've Used To Make $90k+ With Amazon.com:




1. Niche Selection Is Crucial

I'll get to the actual methods I use on my websites in the next tips, but the first thing I want to say is that the niche you choose is the absolute most important decision you can make.

I love to target physical product focused niches and keywords

It's easiest to make money using Amazon's affiliate program if the people coming to your website are looking for a specific product that your website discusses. It's more difficult to use a random personal blog and make money linking to physical products because the people coming there are most likely not actively looking to buy something.

2. Link To Products Inside Your Content

Important:

Roughly half of my Amazon income comes from basic text links posted inside the content body area of a blog post or page.

Simple text links in the content of an article are the most effective way to get web visitors to click. People trust the body of the content on a page more so than any other area of the website and I know this because of the tracking data I've collected.

3. Make Product Images Clickable Affiliate Links:

The second best thing I've found next to a simple text link is to use images of the product you're talking about and make them clickable like this cool usb missile launcher:

Roughly 15% of my total Amazon income has come from simply making all of the product images on my websites clickable affiliate links.

If you're not sure how to do this with the HTML code, I made an image to show you:



4. Link To Amazon.com As Many Times Possible

I alluded to this in the previous few tips but I want to make sure you understand that each link inside one of your articles is another opportunity for a visitor to click through and make their way onto Amazon.com.

Important: It's common for me to link to Amazon five to ten times in a single article (more if I'm doing a product review).

5. Product Review Articles Convert The Best

Doing a quality product review for a product directly related to your niche is a very easy way to garner higher click thru rates and increased sales, but only if your review is higher quality.

Ideally you contact the manufacturer's marketing team or PR agency and get them to send you a demo unit of the product to review, but this takes a lot of effort and may not be worth it on a smaller traffic site (at first).

You want to convince the reader to investigate their purchase options by the time they finish reading an article, which is why I'll always include links to all of the products mentioned in a review at the end of the article. That way it's an easy transition from learning about the product during your review and then at the end it's time to make a purchase.

i.e. Link: See more about this product on Amazon.com

6. Build An Email List

You've probably heard this over one thousand times by people telling you to build an email list from the blogger and internet marketing crowd, but building an email list is way easier to do on a physical product oriented website.

Why? People don't have their guard up when they are researching a physical product to purchase (when compared to other purchase decisions online i.e. digital goods). So what I like to do is offer some type of freebie like a buyers guide or some type of information that provides more details about the products they're researching.

Overall I could attribute at least five to ten percent of my total income due to my email lists because I like to focus on promoting products heavily to my lists during the holidays which leads into my next tip.

7. Write Sales And Promos During The Holidays

I typically made between $500 and $1,000 a day every day during Black Friday Week, Cyber Monday and Cyber Week. It is lower during other holidays like Mother's Day, Father's Day, Presidents Day, Valentines Day etc. but you can still promote various sales during these holidays as well. I target every holiday because Amazon creates an actual dedicated sales page every time one of these holidays come around. The deals shared on these pages are generally really good too.

So what I'll do is put together an article of all the top products that are on sale in my niche using the tips I've shared earlier like linking as many times as possible, making the product image clickable and then sending out an email to my list etc. to get even more conversions.

Stats From A "Cyber Monday (My Niche) Discounts" Post Last Year:


(Some of that traffic pop is also attributed to the day I mail out to my email lists though)

For the structure of these articles I like to target a frequently searched keyword such as "Cyber Monday (My Niche) Discounts" etc. because I know people search for "Cyber Monday" and "Black Friday" millions of times each year but they also search a longer form version like "Cyber Monday (My Niche) Discounts" as evidenced by the above traffic graph from one of my Amazon sites.

8. Sell More Products To Make Incrementally More Money

This one sounds simple enough and it really is. The more you sell with Amazon the more you make AND the higher percentage you earn. During holiday months I will typically hit around the 8% mark which is double the 4% rate you start with for shipping only 1 - 6 items per month. Even if you sold 7 items you get bumped up to 6% and the best part is that this increase in commission percentage is retroactive (meaning once you reach the next level you get to apply the higher percentage referral fee to every product you've sold during the entire month):



9. Sell Large Quantities Of Inexpensive Products To Boost Your Payout On High Priced Products

One thing I do is have websites that are set up in lower competition niches where the items typically aren't as expensive and where it's easier to sell these products in larger quantities ($50 or less). Then I have other niche sites that sell more expensive products at much higher prices ($XXX - $X,XXX) that are sold less frequently. So this way I get to use the increased quantity of sales from these lower priced product websites to help me get up into higher payout brackets so instead of making 6% on that high end item I'll get 8% instead.

10. Use Multiple Tracking ID's For Each Website

By default Amazon assigns you one tracking ID like blahblahblah-20 but you can create additional tracking ID's here up to a total of 100. If you hit that total you can always ask for more so feel free to be liberal with your creation of tracking ID's for your websites.

You wouldn't install the same Google Analytics code on every single website you own right? Of course not, because you wouldn't be able to tell how much traffic each of your websites were receiving individually. So the same thing can be said for tracking the money you make on your websites (and yet people still tell me they use only one Amazon tracking ID for all of their websites /facepalm). In the past I've gone so far as to create 15 different tracking ID's for use on a single website.

11. Insert Buy Now Button Into Your Articles



I use buttons like this (or a Wordpress theme that auto inserts them) and these buttons have contributed to about 5% of my income.

12. Create A Product Comparison Grid

Creating a product comparison grid for all of the products within your niche and allowing people to sort by various features is a great way to get some additional sales. I've used this tactic on several of my websites and the product comparison page alone can add an additional 5% to 10% income increase for a website.

I use Wordpress on most of my websites so I use the WP Table Reloaded plugin to create my table. What I do is include various columns for information about the product and in the final column I use a buy now button that people can click to see more info about the product.

13. Publish A Recurring Deals Post

If you want to find a way to be able to mention products that are on sale more frequently on your website one of the easiest ways I've done that in the past is to just do a weekly deals post. So what I'll do is publish a post every week with the best deals for my niche and then incorporate all of the previous tactics I've discussed above to link to the products on Amazon.com. Depending on how often you publish articles you could do it more or less frequently (I've seen some websites do these style of articles every day).

14. Publish A Monthly Bestseller List

Amazon has a bestseller page found simply at Amazon.com/bestsellers and so one thing I've done on my sites is publish a bestsellers list and simply mention the currently trending bestsellers. Generally speaking the cream rises to the top so if you write an article talking about the bestselling products those are likely to be the best products your visitors are looking to buy anyway.

Just go to Amazon.com/bestsellers and look for your respective niche category. I shoot for listing off the top 5 or top 10 products.

15. Use Carousel Banner Ads Over Static Banner Ads

Through testing I've found that the carousel style Amazon banner ads are about 3 times better than the static style Amazon banner ads. Even Adsense out performed static Amazon banner ads in my testing.

Carousel widgets spin are interactive and typically display 5 - 10 products in a banner.

You can create the Amazon carousel banner ads inside your Amazon Associates account here and you're able to manually add products or just display bestselling products from a specific category.

16. Don't Bother Creating An Amazon Astore

When I created a store page and used the Amazon Astore tool to "build my own store" I found it converted terribly. Less than 1% of my total income came from Amazon Astore pages before I stopped using them. If you're not familiar with Astore's just take my word for it when I say they suck.

I know people like to shop, but sometimes I believe they'd rather just find a resource that tells them what the best deal is instead. Whatever the reason, the tracking data I used to track my Amazon Astore's showed that they routinely underperformed.

17. Just Get People On To Amazon.com

I know 30% of my earnings came from products people bought because I happened to be the one that sent them onto Amazon.com. For example, I sold a watch a while ago for $5,000 and got a $400 commission but I don't even own a website that even remotely discusses watches. This is one of the other reasons why I love using Amazon's affiliate program.

When you send someone to Amazon.com you get a percentage of anything they buy for the next 24 hours (30 days if they added an item to their cart) so if you can just get them onto the website and they happen to buy something completely unrelated you'll get the money for it.

Amazon spends millions of dollars on improving the way they get people to convert. The fact that they provide a custom user experience for every person that goes to Amazon.com based on the buying behavior and viewing patterns tells me they know what it takes to close a sale. Some of the best closing advice I can give is to simply find ways to get your visitors onto the Amazon.com webpage and they'll take care of the rest.

18. Stop Reading And Start Doing

When I got started making money online I spent wayyyyyy too much time reading about how much money other people were making and not nearly enough time actually doing stuff.

Just do something. I don't even care if you go check out my blog. I love what I do for a living and the internet is huge so . Sharing these tips is my contribution towards helping you quit your day job.

It is possible. I built my Amazon income up to several thousand dollars per month all while I was working a full time 50 hour a week day job.

Now go get after it


Side Note: I live in Seattle and like meeting with other online marketers. Hit me up if you'd like to do a Warrior meetup sometime (I just hate planning them myself)
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  • Profile picture of the author Barch
    Wow Chris, what an amazing share. Just when I get tired of the IM blare, as IM experts ply their well honed skills on the IM crowd, along comes someone like you who selflessly shares all for free and takes the trouble & time to detail in all clearly and really well. Restores my faith, when I find a good pers like you. Thanks Chris, your One Good Human!!! This is Gold, from a person of experience, given selflessly, to others starting out.
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  • Profile picture of the author Archon
    Thanks so much! Great informative post.
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    • Profile picture of the author Deltia
      Thats a great post there
      Plenty of usable advice that can help a lot of people.
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  • Profile picture of the author fitz10
    This is a great list and I've come to many of the same conclusions as you about Amazon sites.

    The biggest emphasis I can make is don't use aStores! Actually better yet don't even bother with Amazon created collateral. I find your carousel findings interesting, but personally I've noticed on my Amazon sites that contextual text links or photos outperform banner ads of any type by a wide margin.
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  • Profile picture of the author Coby
    Amazon is an amazing opportunity for an internet marketer... You have millions of products to choose from to promote and you can easily find one that has almost no competition and get on the first page of google easier than you might expect.

    Thanks for the tips, I love the set it and forget part of amazon. My best performing Amazon site is completely hands free... I just have to add backlinks occasionally to push it back to number one (it will fall to number three every so often) and thats it...

    Any one can use these tips to start profiting from Amazon now...
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  • Profile picture of the author altoro80
    thanks man, this is great. I can tell i am going on the right path, i am already doing your steps but i just started. hopefully i'll do as good as you.
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  • Profile picture of the author Thomas W
    I love to see numbers like this. I get so tired of seeing these over hyped numbers
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  • Profile picture of the author Lassitor
    I make about $300/month with various reviews and links on a few popular blogs. I am totally inspired now to really put some effort in my marketing. I am looking for fellow warriors who want to work with me. Everyone pulls the load, no slackers or free rides.
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  • Profile picture of the author Lyanna
    Thanks for the tips. I must admit I have tried Amazon but made nothing...*sigh*.
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  • Profile picture of the author Napoleon Solo
    Thanks for those excellent tips. I'll definitely incorporate them into my own Amazon sites. I especially like the tip about the WP Table Reloaded plugin as I've been wondering for a while how to create a product comparison grid.
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    • Profile picture of the author jgant
      Great tips. I agree that product comparison grids work very nicely.

      Thanks for such a thorough post. That is pretty much a "make money on Amazon" manual.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mike McAleer
    Thanks a lot for this. Another tempting piece of information to distract me from my current business. I never really liked doing Amazon sites though....
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  • Profile picture of the author LMC
    great great post.

    Guys keep in mind all these ideas that he has shared will also work in other affiliate networks.

    But great post.
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  • Profile picture of the author yssync
    I was just in Seattle, yesterday!!! I'll have to try you next time!!! I have 4 sites up for a month now and will build more after I know 100% that I'm doing the right way.

    Thanks for sharing!!!
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  • Profile picture of the author semrawut
    nice sharing Chris....

    i want to ask about the website.. whether CMS was also influenced by SEO?
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  • Profile picture of the author Ernie Lo
    Thanks very much great info.

    So you just post product reviews on your blog?

    Then what?

    What about traffic?

    I make money too from Amazon but really want to step it up.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kurt
    Good post...Let me add a few suggestions if I may:

    - Try to pick products people can't buy at their local Walmart or Home Depot.

    - Write about products. If you have to write an article/page/blog post about something, may as well make it about something you can sell.

    - Find smaller stuff where shipping costs aren't that big a deal.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chevy5
    Great tips, thanks for sharing them with us.
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    Good stuff.
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  • Profile picture of the author Fazal Mayar
    thanks chris, no wonder why I interviewed you for my blog. Lots of great tips for amazon associates program there!
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    Great List Chris... Really helped
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  • Profile picture of the author markowe
    But Chris, to achieve this, why, you would have to do quite a bit of w**k wouldn't you?! (four-letter word deleted for those sensitive souls out there). Seriously though, awesome stuff, and not rocket science either.

    Now will the critics of the Amazon affiliate program please step forward?
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  • Profile picture of the author GLX
    wow great tips m8 thanks a lot for the time u put to write this
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    Huge and great! Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kom
    Wow that great,man..
    I did not see How many website do you own ?

    I am kind of new on amazon, my site get click ( amazon link click ) every day between 20 and getting up " NO SALE YET... " I am try to make it more visitor to amazon. my site is 2 month old.
    i want to see i get sale then i will make more site to get more money, i keep try and big hope...

    I like to hear more ...thank
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  • Profile picture of the author MikeMorgan
    Nice share .

    Really great tips .
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    Great Tips.. I need to start doing this now.
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  • Profile picture of the author celente
    Man that is such a cool post. Thanks for sharing man.
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  • Profile picture of the author paulie888
    Thanks for sharing all these great tips, Chris. It's pretty obvious that this information was gleaned from your considerable real-world experience in selling Amazon products, but I'm pretty sure that the majority of these tips can also be applied to marketing digital (especially Clickbank) products, where there are plenty of comparable products that you can pit against each other on a product review site.
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  • Profile picture of the author farhan0101
    it was really nice tips and tanks a lot for this post
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  • Profile picture of the author Big Al
    Wicked post... a lot of things that go against what many people teach (using Amazon carosel etc etc).

    My Amazon income varies a lot from month to month for no apparent reason (ie. traffic stays the same and they're not seasonal products).

    Looking forward to trying the product comparision in particular - cracking ideas.

    Thanks
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  • Profile picture of the author Karan Goel
    Thanks You Chris for such a wonderful post.

    I think you should mention step 18 before step 1 as well.

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  • Profile picture of the author Rezbi
    Thank you for an excellent instructional post. Amazon is something I haven't been able to make money on.

    This will definitely help.
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  • Profile picture of the author spearce000
    Thanks for sharing this great information. My only attempt at making money from Amazon was building an Astore - and I wholeheartedly agree with point 16.

    I'm building another site now, and will use this info to build Amazon into it.
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  • Profile picture of the author Lainie
    Thanks for these amazing tips Chris, I'm definitely bookmarking this page... too much information to take in all at once.

    I've had some success with amazon and I already do some of what you say but now with your help I hope to dramatically increase my sales.
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    • Profile picture of the author JCamp
      Amazon is a GOLDMINE!

      Great post, learned some new helpful tips, and i definitely agree with all of your points.
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  • Profile picture of the author pdrs
    Very solid post all around.

    Through a year of experimenting and trying a training course or two I've found basically 100% of what you've said to be true. I don't usually bother with the Carosels however and stick almost 100% with in text links because I like my review sites to look as clean and "non advertisey" as possible. I find this definitely works best.
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  • Profile picture of the author Hoodyy
    Chris,

    I can't thank you enough for this post. I had almost given up with Amazon, only getting a trickle of sales from my various sites until I checked recently and found I had a decent conversion rates from the latest site I had built. So I've started up again and am increasing the traffic to that website to see what happens.

    I definitely need to implement the strategy of sites selling smaller valued items to increase my commission and will look to build a few more Amazon sites around Summer time...

    Thanks again for the tips!

    *bookmarked*

    Hoodyy.
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    • Profile picture of the author tijja
      Love #9. You always see people telling you not to promote anything under $150ish but if you have a couple sites with low price items it makes it MUCH easier to get that commission percentage up. I rock the small product sites and have no problem getting up to 8% or 8.25%, now I just need to make the large product sites to push my income up even further.
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      • Profile picture of the author edv
        Thank you for sharing your experience. Thumbs up for you business!
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        • Profile picture of the author ChrisGuthrie
          Originally Posted by Barch View Post

          Wow Chris, what an amazing share. Just when I get tired of the IM blare, as IM experts ply their well honed skills on the IM crowd, along comes someone like you who selflessly shares all for free and takes the trouble & time to detail in all clearly and really well. Restores my faith, when I find a good pers like you. Thanks Chris, your One Good Human!!! This is Gold, from a person of experience, given selflessly, to others starting out.
          There is generally at least some value in paid information but it's also important to just pick a point to start putting everything you've learned into action too.

          Originally Posted by fitz10 View Post

          This is a great list and I've come to many of the same conclusions as you about Amazon sites.

          The biggest emphasis I can make is don't use aStores! Actually better yet don't even bother with Amazon created collateral. I find your carousel findings interesting, but personally I've noticed on my Amazon sites that contextual text links or photos outperform banner ads of any type by a wide margin.
          Yah Carousel ads just work better than the other banner ads but Carousel ads are still outperformed by text links and image affiliate links though as well.

          Originally Posted by Thomas W View Post

          I love to see numbers like this. I get so tired of seeing these over hyped numbers
          Hah, well I wish I could show you $500k over a 2 year time period lol.

          Originally Posted by Napoleon Solo View Post

          Thanks for those excellent tips. I'll definitely incorporate them into my own Amazon sites. I especially like the tip about the WP Table Reloaded plugin as I've been wondering for a while how to create a product comparison grid.
          Yah, just finding different ways to display information while at the same time as adding value for your visitors is key.

          Originally Posted by mikeroosa View Post

          I'll vouch for Chris too. I recently did his Amazon course and it really goes in depth with exactly what you need to do. He also shows a couple of his sites so you can see how he's killing it.
          Thanks Mike!

          Originally Posted by LMC View Post

          great great post.

          Guys keep in mind all these ideas that he has shared will also work in other affiliate networks.

          But great post.
          Indeed, I also make several thousand dollars with other product based affiliate programs but Amazon is one of the biggest for sure.

          Originally Posted by semrawut View Post

          nice sharing Chris....

          i want to ask about the website.. whether CMS was also influenced by SEO?
          I use Wordpress as my CMS for all of my Amazon sites.

          Originally Posted by Ernie Lonardo View Post

          Thanks very much great info.

          So you just post product reviews on your blog?

          Then what?

          What about traffic?

          I make money too from Amazon but really want to step it up.
          I could talk for hours on traffic stuff but the gist is going after frequently searched keywords and aiming to rank for them for SEO traffic. I've found organic traffic converts the best even over Social Media traffic.

          Originally Posted by markowe View Post

          But Chris, to achieve this, why, you would have to do quite a bit of w**k wouldn't you?! (four-letter word deleted for those sensitive souls out there). Seriously though, awesome stuff, and not rocket science either.

          Now will the critics of the Amazon affiliate program please step forward?
          Yah of course you need to do some work but at the end of the day the work is certainly more appealing than the 50 hour a week sales job I got fired from back in 2009 when I decided to do website stuff full time.

          Originally Posted by paulie888 View Post

          Thanks for sharing all these great tips, Chris. It's pretty obvious that this information was gleaned from your considerable real-world experience in selling Amazon products, but I'm pretty sure that the majority of these tips can also be applied to marketing digital (especially Clickbank) products, where there are plenty of comparable products that you can pit against each other on a product review site.
          Yah I agree. I just haven't gotten into selling Clickbank products as an affiliate. I have some of my own that I sell like courses and a Wordpress plugin but I just haven't built niche sites to target a lot of digital goods just yet.
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        • Profile picture of the author mrfixituk
          I made it onto the fourth page in Google with Chris's advice from his ebook. So what? Fact is I have zone zilch really to get there. Now where would I be if I really took action instead of reading about other people doing it.
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        • Profile picture of the author officer_iron
          That's a great post. I love the idea of selling lower priced items to bump up the commission percentage for the higher end items. Great method!
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        • Profile picture of the author mark healy
          Wow loved your very detailed information.I thought is was extremely helpfull.Thank you ever so much for sharing this.
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          • Profile picture of the author sergit
            Good list Chris.
            But I am also puzzled about your tip #6 - building a list off an Amazon site. Never tried it.
            I guess it depends on the niche you are in. If you have a site about dog crates you can build a list for dog owners and sell them other pet related stuff. But if you are selling I don't know - cameras or TV sets?

            Also, could you describe a structure of your typical site? Is it a micro-niche site where you in blog format review various products related to it?
            Ever tried to have a site dedicated to just one product/model with easy to find exact match domain?
            What other pages to you have - contact, about, privacy policy?
            Thanks
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        • Profile picture of the author tritrain
          Don't miss out on a lot of potential money via Amazon.

          Make sure to check out a few of the best Amazon Associate store scripts, which usually use the Amazon API (AWS) and link directly to the checkout process on Amazon.

          It's an excellent way to turn clicks into cash.
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        • Profile picture of the author robackyap
          thanks for usefull info,,,
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  • Profile picture of the author Deviatore
    Awesome Read. I like your 2nd last point - Stop reading what others say and start taking actions right now!
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  • Profile picture of the author Chad Masters
    Awesome Post Chris. This is extremely helpful. I just got accepted by Amazon a couple days ago. Now I have a road map thanks to you.
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  • Profile picture of the author WAWarrior
    Thank you Chris. Wise thing to do You will be blessed further for giving..
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    Wow great advice Chris! I had an amazon site once but it only made $100 tops I think. Thanks for the great tips.
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  • Profile picture of the author BenoitT
    Awesome post. Anybody who want to make affiliate sales should take this as an example and motivation

    Originally Posted by ChrisGuthrie View Post

    I've been earning money with Amazon's affiliate program for a little over 2 years now and because I know most people struggle to make money with Amazon I'm posting my best tips based on actual testing and experience.

    Top 18 Tips I've Used To Make $90k+ With Amazon.com:



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  • Profile picture of the author himanuzo
    Average profit = $90336.65/24 months = $3764.03/month.
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  • Profile picture of the author stepman77
    Thanks a lot for the share. It's been a lot informative.
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  • Profile picture of the author cooler1
    Thanks for the advice.

    For your sites backlinking, do you hire an SEO firm or do you hire someone from a site such as oDesk/Freelancer? I was wondering which option is likely to be more effective in terms of results and cost.
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  • Profile picture of the author im1217
    Nice tips, but how did you get traffic to those review pages??? That's key.
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  • Profile picture of the author ZassarDotCom
    thanks for the sharing..
    i'm in the same arena with you..amazon affiliate!
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  • Profile picture of the author gofirstrate
    Originally Posted by ChrisGuthrie View Post

    Side Note: I live in Seattle and like meeting with other online marketers. Hit me up if you'd like to do a Warrior meetup sometime (I just hate planning them myself)
    I live in Seattle too! I'm new to WF and relatively new to IM but I'd love to help organize a meetup!
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  • Profile picture of the author affiliatepro15
    @ChrisGuthrie - great tips...Thanks for sharing! I have had a great first month with my first Amazon affiliate site ($75 total commissions) and I have been reading as much as I can about how to optimize my site for customers.

    I have a couple questions...

    1. What do you do on your homepage for Amazon affiliate WordPress sites? Do you just let the posts list the excerpts x 10, just feature one, make a static grid of the products?

    2. What are your thoughts about exact match domains? There are a few niches I would like to use, but end up skipping them because I am able to find an available EMD. Should I just target each page with the keywords and use a more generic or lower searched term?

    3. Do you have better success with the simple description/features or with the no-sidebar 1000+ word talking to the user style reviews?
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  • Profile picture of the author soontobefishing
    Hey Chris,
    Bought your video course and I found it outstanding. Very informative with some truly great advice. Thanks for the info
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    • Profile picture of the author ChrisGuthrie
      Originally Posted by cooler1 View Post

      Thanks for the advice.

      For your sites backlinking, do you hire an SEO firm or do you hire someone from a site such as oDesk/Freelancer? I was wondering which option is likely to be more effective in terms of results and cost.
      I do a little bit of both. I'm testing out some automated link building solutions now as well as a firm in India. I still find "low quality" link building is effective despite what the talking heads say on the random SEO blogs that only make money talking about SEO and not doing it.

      Most cost effective? Do it yourself

      Once you learn how to do it yourself well enough you can hire people full time to do it for you like what I've done.

      Originally Posted by im1217 View Post

      Nice tips, but how did you get traffic to those review pages??? That's key.
      It's all organic traffic from Google. Some social media but not a ton.

      Originally Posted by gofirstrate View Post

      I live in Seattle too! I'm new to WF and relatively new to IM but I'd love to help organize a meetup!
      Hit me up on my blog or post a thread in the local meet up. If possible come over to West Seattle lol that's where I am.

      Originally Posted by officer_iron View Post

      That's a great post. I love the idea of selling lower priced items to bump up the commission percentage for the higher end items. Great method!
      Yah I have some little websites like this that do like 100 items a month at really low prices but they almost always bump me up at least an extra .5% of commissions.

      Originally Posted by affiliatepro15 View Post

      @ChrisGuthrie - great tips...Thanks for sharing! I have had a great first month with my first Amazon affiliate site ($75 total commissions) and I have been reading as much as I can about how to optimize my site for customers.

      I have a couple questions...

      1. What do you do on your homepage for Amazon affiliate WordPress sites? Do you just let the posts list the excerpts x 10, just feature one, make a static grid of the products?

      2. What are your thoughts about exact match domains? There are a few niches I would like to use, but end up skipping them because I am able to find an available EMD. Should I just target each page with the keywords and use a more generic or lower searched term?

      3. Do you have better success with the simple description/features or with the no-sidebar 1000+ word talking to the user style reviews?
      1. I do post excerpts and a featured rotating section of 5 posts: AzonTheme.com is what I use

      2. Big fan of exact match keyword domain names. Some people worry the bonus will go away, but IMO there will always still be some type of bonus. If you go for an authority / brand site EMD's aren't as necessary

      3. I like my websites to look good in terms of the usability and quality of content. The no column layout = fail in my opinion, but I haven't done a bunch of testing to confirm that.

      Originally Posted by soontobefishing View Post

      Hey Chris,
      Bought your video course and I found it outstanding. Very informative with some truly great advice. Thanks for the info
      Thanks glad you liked it
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  • Profile picture of the author getprofits
    I was wondering if people could buy other products on AMZ if we just get them there I was under the assumption that we only got credit for the product we promoted. nice. thanks for the info
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    • Profile picture of the author getprofits
      I found a theme today for Amazon reviews wondering if it is worth it or just use free themes

      its not aff link

      sevensomewhere dot com / penthesilea
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  • Profile picture of the author Jay Vikaz
    Wow Chris! These are amazing tips.

    I know it sometimes seems like flogging a dead horse, when we talk about list building. But, it is amazing how so many people do not give it the attention it deserves.

    List building is key .....and I can see how focusing on that contributed to your incredible success.

    While that is a "Usual Suspect" tip, some of the other tips I've never heard of before. Useful stuff...

    Thanks for sharing.

    - Jay
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  • Profile picture of the author affiliatepro15
    @ChrisGuthrie - Thanks for answering my questions! I am going to try one of the no-sidebar sites and see how it goes.
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  • Profile picture of the author waterburn
    Great post. Review sites is the way to go. It all makes sense.
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  • Profile picture of the author Steve Faber
    Chris,

    That was a great post. You could simply package it and sell it as a product all by itself. I dabble a bit in Amazon, but haven't put as much focus there as maybe I should have.

    I am right outside of Seattle. A meeting would be a great idea.
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  • Profile picture of the author Traffic Eagle
    What a great post and thanks for sharing. There's more good advice there condensed and ready to take action with than you'll find in many a report on sale.
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  • Profile picture of the author majurski
    Originally Posted by ChrisGuthrie View Post


    18. Stop Reading And Start Doing

    When I got started making money online I spent wayyyyyy too much time reading about how much money other people were making and not nearly enough time actually doing stuff.
    Very powerful ! If We can do that, we may follow you ....
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  • Profile picture of the author Sam31
    Thank you very much for the post. It's always hard to find "real" information and not just theory even when paying for it. For me 18 is always the crucial step. I spend way to much time reading and not putting in to practice what I've learned. Thanks again for the advice and here's to putting information in to action!
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  • Profile picture of the author Andy Yusuf
    nice tips chris !
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  • Profile picture of the author ijohnson
    Great tips, Chris!!

    These money-making and inspiring tips are very helpful -- sure makes it easier for me to compare notes and see where I may need to crank things up more with my niche sites to get better results.

    Hope to see more of your tips soon.

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    thanks for the share
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    Very usefull post,thank you!
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  • Profile picture of the author Jake Gray
    This is juicy information indeed.

    I'd recommend everyone bookmarking this for future
    reference.

    Jake
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    Those are some big numbers with pretty useful tips. Thanks for the share
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  • Profile picture of the author socialbookmark
    Tips are OK but i have one problem for doing it. I have problem in finding products and keywords for making an Amazon affiliate site. What should i do and what are more detailed techniques for it?
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    • Profile picture of the author Michael Franklin
      Originally Posted by socialbookmark View Post

      Tips are OK but i have one problem for doing it. I have problem in finding products and keywords for making an Amazon affiliate site. What should i do and what are more detailed techniques for it?
      Look for products that are being actively searched for. My suggestion is to use the Amazon Best-Seller Lists in conjunction with the Google Adwords Keyword Tool to pinpoint product and category keywords that have good monthly volume AND sell well on Amazon.
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  • Profile picture of the author Noel2010
    Thanks for the free tips. It is worth combining with other ebooks I have to make more money with amazon.
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  • Profile picture of the author HosoiLover96
    this is the holy grail! (tears are running down my eyes). man thank you so much for this post. my mouth just completely dropped open when I started to read this solid info. bookmarked,favorited, saved, and screen captured!
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  • Profile picture of the author Rob Marr
    Thank you Chris for sharing this with us. I would be more interested to see your transition from a beginner up until today.
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  • Profile picture of the author coronaborcalis
    Hi Chris thanks for the great post, I found you on Pat Flynn podcast and wondering how I can learn more about your amazon technique and finally the techniques is reveal here. once again thanks for this great formula.

    Good luck with everything
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  • Profile picture of the author Quincy
    Thanks Chris,

    You may well be one of the best kept secrets on Warrior Forum. Looking forward to more info from you in 2011.
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  • Profile picture of the author Simon74
    I always loved amazon, great way to make money!

    Thank you for sharing your tips!

    Simon
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  • Profile picture of the author moralde
    I have a problem with number 6. Someone once suggested that I build a list from my site that markets one specific equipment that is sold in Amazon. I just thought that once the subscribers buy the equipment, the list would be a stagnant list because it would be several years before the equipment malfunctions and they would think of buying again.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Franklin
    Chris, great list of tips...If your post doesn't get the Amazon-curious off of the fence, nothing will!

    I really like your #6 tip and it got my gears going! Although I don't incorporate it on my group of sites, I do think there's excellent potential in it, and I will start to experiment with it...

    Great, GREAT Post!
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  • Profile picture of the author Dimitris Skiadas
    This is a great post and a great piece of advice.Thanks for sharing with us!You are the live proof that Amazon does really work and that hard work does really pay off some time!Thanks again for the grat info!
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  • Profile picture of the author GraphicDesign
    Thanks :-). Great tips, will take a look into them!
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  • Thanks for sharing your knowledge and congrats on your success.
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    • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
      Originally Posted by Kurt View Post

      Good post...Let me add a few suggestions if I may:

      - Try to pick products people can't buy at their local Walmart or Home Depot.

      - Write about products. If you have to write an article/page/blog post about something, may as well make it about something you can sell.

      - Find smaller stuff where shipping costs aren't that big a deal.
      Piggy-backing on Kurt's last point, the "free shipping for orders over $25" offer is your friend.

      I've seen many people order a book or CD or some other low-priced item just to get over that threshhold. It doesn't seem logical to spend $10-15 to avoid $5 in shipping, but people do it all the time.

      Especially if you remind them...
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      • Profile picture of the author catcat
        Bookmarking this now. Awesome thread! Will need to reread a few times to make sure it all gets absorbed!

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        • Profile picture of the author ChrisGuthrie
          Originally Posted by Steve Faber View Post

          Chris,

          That was a great post. You could simply package it and sell it as a product all by itself. I dabble a bit in Amazon, but haven't put as much focus there as maybe I should have.

          I am right outside of Seattle. A meeting would be a great idea.
          I have a course that's more in depth but you can just do a Google search to find that (not sure if I can link to it)

          Originally Posted by Traffic Eagle View Post

          What a great post and thanks for sharing. There's more good advice there condensed and ready to take action with than you'll find in many a report on sale.
          Thanks!

          Originally Posted by Sam31 View Post

          Thank you very much for the post. It's always hard to find "real" information and not just theory even when paying for it. For me 18 is always the crucial step. I spend way to much time reading and not putting in to practice what I've learned. Thanks again for the advice and here's to putting information in to action!
          Dude, it's all about actually putting what you learn into practice. The only reason why I come to forums like this is to share info and then I of course like it when people read my blog etc. but at the end of the day posting on a forum isn't going to get another website built for me etc.

          Originally Posted by doorkicker13 View Post

          If you don't mind my asking, what does that 90K look like after taxes?
          » Official 2011 US Income Tax Brackets (IRS Tax Rates)

          Check that link. Last year I believe I hit the 33% tax bracket but this year I'll probably hit 35% as my wife is working now and I expect my business to grow considerably.

          Originally Posted by Rob Marr View Post

          Thank you Chris for sharing this with us. I would be more interested to see your transition from a beginner up until today.
          Here's a short about me post I wrote on my blog a while ago:
          How Halo Helped Me Build A Six Figure Online Income

          Originally Posted by Quincy View Post

          Thanks Chris,

          You may well be one of the best kept secrets on Warrior Forum. Looking forward to more info from you in 2011.
          Thanks I'll try to keep up a good list of information to share

          Originally Posted by moralde View Post

          I have a problem with number 6. Someone once suggested that I build a list from my site that markets one specific equipment that is sold in Amazon. I just thought that once the subscribers buy the equipment, the list would be a stagnant list because it would be several years before the equipment malfunctions and they would think of buying again.
          This is the thing: Build an auto responder sequence promoting your money pages and send out as many emails as you want. The people that are still interested in your product will stay subscribed. Those that aren't will unsubscribe.
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  • Profile picture of the author sailor4528
    Thanks Chris - Masterclass stuff, and your generosity is terrific. What goes around comes around, you deserve it all. I'd given up with Amazon, but your ideas are sparking with me.
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  • Profile picture of the author sitywyde
    Great Tips...Amazon is something i really haven't done yet.. Maybe it's Time
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    • Profile picture of the author Michael Franklin
      Originally Posted by sitywyde View Post

      Great Tips...Amazon is something i really haven't done yet.. Maybe it's Time
      When you consider the significant growth of online sales of physical products and consumers' strong desire for great deals online, it really sets up the perfect storm to sell on behalf of Amazon...There's never been a better time than now!
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      • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
        Originally Posted by sergit View Post

        Good list Chris.
        But I am also puzzled about your tip #6 - building a list off an Amazon site. Never tried it.
        I guess it depends on the niche you are in. If you have a site about dog crates you can build a list for dog owners and sell them other pet related stuff. But if you are selling I don't know - cameras or TV sets?

        Thanks
        You assume that everyone who visits your site and opts in also clicks through and buys immediately. Not so.

        If you capture their data and permission to use it, you can send updates on special offers, sales, new models of the item you promote, etc. This will, over time, convert more visitors to buyers.
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  • Profile picture of the author coluden
    Chris,

    I cannot recall if I actually thanked you before, but I don't mind doing it again.
    Thanks! I appreciate what you are doing here.

    My best,
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    • Profile picture of the author sergit
      wow, 3 pages of 'thank you' posts. Don't we have a 'Thanks' button?
      I have one more question to Chris and other Amazon experts.
      What do you think about using plugins allowing you to have your own shopping cart and only go to Amazon for check out? This way customer can order multiple items from your site except leaving it after first click on 'buy' button
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      • Profile picture of the author coronaborcalis
        Originally Posted by sergit View Post

        wow, 3 pages of 'thank you' posts. Don't we have a 'Thanks' button?
        I have one more question to Chris and other Amazon experts.
        What do you think about using plugins allowing you to have your own shopping cart and only go to Amazon for check out? This way customer can order multiple items from your site except leaving it after first click on 'buy' button
        Done that and really make nothing. like Chris say

        "Whatever Amazon trying to tell you about making money that is the worst thing to make money"
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  • Profile picture of the author shurets1
    Thanks for sharing wonderful information here; I am going to follow them
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  • Profile picture of the author Almut
    Wow. This is really a great write up on amazon affiliate sites. Thanks for sharing. I already have two Amazon sites up but they don't really sell that well. Need ti check more closely I think now.
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  • Profile picture of the author pikeman
    Impressive. My sites are more general information sites so amazon has never really worked for me, I find the commissions to be far too low. But can see how it would work very well with a rich review site. Well done.
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    • Profile picture of the author Michael Franklin
      Originally Posted by pikeman View Post

      Impressive. My sites are more general information sites so amazon has never really worked for me, I find the commissions to be far too low. But can see how it would work very well with a rich review site. Well done.
      When I first started, my sites all consisted of short 1 paragraph posts of every product that fell under my niche....It almost looked like an autoblog. Despite the sheer volume of products, conversions were horrible!

      It took a lot of tweaking as well as good input from warriors to setup all sites from then on in the product review format....It is by far the best converting format.

      Even though it does require a little more time upfront, it will yield you dividends for a long time to come!
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    Thanks for sharing them with us.Great post.
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    This is very helpfull, thank you very much!
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    • Profile picture of the author ShaneWilliams
      Chris,



      Very impressive man. These are the kind of results that hopefully can wake up some people to get off their "but" and quit whining about the economy.

      People still spend money everyday. No matter what. Someone could be down to their last $30 for the week and buy something online before spending it on food or a bill. Then you got the people with money who are buying a ton of stuff. As long as lots are spending.....lots can earn. With 7 billion of us on this planet, saturation is not going to be an issue. Ever.

      Appreciate the solid and free content you delivered.!



      Shane




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      • Profile picture of the author Michael Franklin
        Originally Posted by ShaneWilliams View Post

        People still spend money everyday. No matter what. Someone could be down to their last $30 for the week and buy something online before spending it on food or a bill. Then you got the people with money who are buying a ton of stuff. As long as lots are spending.....lots can earn. With 7 billion of us on this planet, saturation is not going to be an issue. Ever.
        And....consider also the fact that with the recent run up in gas prices, online spending has spiked as well. People cannot afford to waste their money on shopping trips and need to find low costs. Online places like Amazon are havens for low competitive prices....so you will see even more online spending.

        This will be a great year if you have physical product sites...Christmas in July? Perhaps!
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    Too bad Amazon will ban you just for living in the wrong state
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  • Profile picture of the author designerjack
    Seriously, the list is just one step into the masses. I like to use dominate control over trending items and do a whole lot of press releases to your page. Your page should convert high numbers or else you are in big trouble. After all, you're working on targeted traffic anyways, or why else would they buy from your affiliate links!

    Just my 2 cents.
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    Thank you so much for this, and congrats on earning so much money here
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      thank you very much
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    • Profile picture of the author Michael Franklin
      Originally Posted by mandark View Post

      This could have been a WSO. Truly awesome. Thanks for the share!
      If you research all of the 5 star Amazon posts on here, you'll have more than enough to get going!
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  • Awesome Post, Fantastic Tips and Strategies. I love Amazon Too, they do convert like crazy and have plenty of products to promote. Keep sharing your success and your tips, and we'll eat them up.
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