Can Someone Post Some Examples Of Amazon Sites?

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Right about the time I started getting into Amazon theydid away with affiliates in my state. I recently took a job that's giong to put me in another state for a good portion of the year and am going to change my residency and then I can rejoin amazon. I was wanting to get an idea of what an amazno affiliate site looks like. If you guys have them can you post a link or show me some examples?
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    Originally Posted by jgetsmoneyy View Post

    Right about the time I started getting into Amazon theydid away with affiliates in my state. I recently took a job that's giong to put me in another state for a good portion of the year and am going to change my residency and then I can rejoin Amazon. I was wanting to get an idea of what an Amazon affiliate site looks like. If you guys have them can you post a link or show me some examples?
    Not many will show you an example of a good site that's earning well. Understandably so, because each one would like to protect their source of income from being copied or plagiarized by those who take a look at it(not you).

    One of the ways of looking at sites that earn well is to use the advanced search feature of flippa.com and search by keyword "Amazon". Put in a minimum auction price of $200 and choose the won listing sin auction status. You will get a list of Amazon sites that have been sold on Flippa. Take a look at examples, niches, how the site is structured, method of promotion as described in the sales page and many other aspects of the websites.

    Another good way is to type a keyword phrase consisting of a category of products on Amazon(vacuum cleaner) in Google search, or the product name of a best seller and then typing the word "review" after it. If not on the first page, you will surely come across Amazon product review sites on later pages that are promoting that category of products or the specific product itself.
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  • These are broad Amazon review sites. They look professional and out of reach only because they've spent time in developing their own backend and design (shouldn't actually cost that much), and as time has progressed they've probably added more members of staff when income permitted it, to review more products and add them.

    These are the sort of review sites I recommend. If you don't want to go this broad, I recommend still giving yourself room for authority such as Office Equipment, Living Room furniture, or a bit broader and just furniture. It's a little more niche, less work than covering everything but still gives you a chance to go beyond the smaller amounts affiliates are making which can be from a couple hundred per site to 30k per month. These bigger sites clear 6 and 7 figures monthly.

    Which would you rather? Here they are:

    Consumer Reviews, Product Ratings, Compare Best Prices | Review Centre
    Digital Photography Review
    Product Reviews and Reports - ConsumerSearch.com
    Consumer Reports Online
    Product Review Australia - your reviews on products and services on the Australian marketplace
    Consumer reviews on Movies, Cars, Bikes, Mobile Phones, Music, Books, Airlines, Restaurants, Hotels & more - MouthShut.com
    TopTenREVIEWS Expert Product Reviews

    Nothing special, just review sites who developed their own brand, system and design and started adding reviews, whether big or small. Infact, the majority of them only do small reviews, or just overviews and they allow their users to review for them.

    It was possible for them to start that way because some of those sites are owned by bigger companies such as About, Inc.

    Personally I like the design, and method / business model / reviews that consumer search site does and I've had something developed that works similar to that. Noone will ever find it until it becomes big enough that people will have no choice but to know about it!

    Since google dominated some of my smaller sites which need to work on more than content but also ranking power to earn, I started to look for examples whereby sites were earning ridiculous amounts and getting good SERP results without the usual need of having to backlink, and that also got more than just Google traffic, but also social traffic.

    Enter these big review sites! I saw that a culmination of that many reviews, regardless of the fact that a lot of the pages barely had any backlinks resulted in a lot of traffic because When you write unique content, Google always sends you some form of long-tail keyword traffic, from 2 visits per month to a dozen more. Add that to the fact that they have hundreds of thousands of review pages and they are receiving millions of visits per month.

    Plus, sharing sites like these on social media platforms are a lot more easier and rewarding than a site that only caters to one product type whereby the majority of people aren't going to be interested.

    Google sees your social status, the amount of content you have, your users begin to browse your site for longer, and it starts to get recommendations and links from others due to the huge database for people to read and the authority grows exponentially.

    So why hasn't anyone we know around here done it (or maybe they have? and we don't know )? Because, this is something that unless you have a huge budget to start with, you're going to have to work at for many years. Infact, with focusing on just content and not linking much, you may not see any significant money for the first year or so. I don't think the majority have that drive in them to build something like this up from the ground, and those that do or have the resources just haven't had it come to mind yet

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    This amazon site impressed the heck outa me that no one can replicate anytime soon cuz the content is freaking awesome
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