how many products will you put in a website?

by Nelson Felix Banned
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what's your favor? sorry i mean amazon aff site...
#products #put #website
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    • Profile picture of the author Richard Van
      My, what an exhilarating thread, 2 posts and 6 whole words

      If I'm targeting a specific niche I tend to have 2 products so the customer can compare. 3 or 4 products tend to get less sales (at least for me in tests I've done), I think because the customer has too much choice. Some niches I've found a straight out right sell, of one product, works best.

      If it's the launch of a new product I have one, obviously.

      If it's an E-commerce site, I have as much as possible.

      It depends what the site is, what the niche is and what the customer base is, along with their needs and desires and indeed lots and lots of other variables.

      It's an extremely broad question.
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      • Profile picture of the author Nelson Felix
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        Originally Posted by Richard Van View Post

        My, what an exhilarating thread, 2 posts and 6 whole words

        If I'm targeting a specific niche I tend to have 2 products so the customer can compare. 3 or 4 products tend to get less sales (at least for me in tests I've done), I think because the customer has too much choice. Some niches I've found a straight out right sell, of one product, works best.

        If it's the launch of a new product I have one, obviously.

        If it's an E-commerce site, I have as much as possible.

        It depends what the site is, what the niche is and what the customer base is, along with their needs and desires and no doubt lots and lots of other variables.
        greate experience
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        Originally Posted by Richard Van View Post

        My, what an exhilarating thread, 2 posts and 6 whole words

        If I'm targeting a specific niche I tend to have 2 products so the customer can compare. 3 or 4 products tend to get less sales (at least for me in tests I've done), I think because the customer has too much choice. Some niches I've found a straight out right sell, of one product, works best.

        If it's the launch of a new product I have one, obviously.

        If it's an E-commerce site, I have as much as possible.

        It depends what the site is, what the niche is and what the customer base is, along with their needs and desires and no doubt lots and lots of other variables.

        It's an extremely broad question.
        Yea my thoughts exactly, thought there was maybe more to come lol
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  • Profile picture of the author Richard Van
    Originally Posted by 92 View Post

    what's your favor? sorry i mean amazon aff site...
    Amazon sites I tend to go for 4 to 7 products, again depending on what the product is.

    Jan Roo's has a very good course on Amazon affiliate sites. Quite literally, shows you how to do it from start to finish, including marketing the site. I'd been doing it for a while but still learned a lot of good tips from the course.
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