First $44 in Amazon Sales!

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Hi Warriors,

I've been providing services for years, but only recently have decided to start an Amazon affiliate website.

A lot of my clients have been hit hard with Google's updates and, learning from them, I'm glad I started now and not a year ago.

I built a review site for a niche product about a month ago and haven't done any article marketing, but did put it up on a few directories with Directory Mazimizer. I've targeted a few keywords and made sure to provide helpful authoritative content in addition to the reviews to make it more of an authority site.

Anyway, I have slowly been getting around 10-20 targeted visitors a day but have only had about 84 clicks this month. Anyway, I was thinking perhaps I should stick to my services but I've logged in to Amazon today and see I've made $44.82 in shipped sales (4). I'm still down on my investment with content but it's great to see for myself that making money with Amazon affiliate marketing is still a possibility.

Now to improve my click through and conversion rate, step up my marketing - and rinse and repeat with other sites.

Thanks to all the Warriors who have helped by answering my Amazon affiliate questions and by providing helpful information on this forum.

Btw: Many people are worried about Google, but if you have been marketing your website the way it's been recommended for years (quality over quantity) then nothing has really changed - if anything it's gotten easier.

Antony.
#$44 #amazon #sales
  • Profile picture of the author USA
    Congratulations Antony!

    My philosophy is:
    1. If it works, use it.
    2. If not, throw it away.
    So, learn from your first sale using Google Analytics. Research such data as:
    • Where your traffic is coming from (organic search, ads, etc.).
    • What keywords you were found for.
    • What your bounce rate is.
    • etc., etc., etc.
    Test and evaluate.

    Then tweak and perfect your site and repeat the whole process.

    When you find the winning formula, scale it up and perfect it.

    Good luck and never give up.
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    • Originally Posted by USA View Post

      Congratulations Antony!

      My philosophy is:
      1. If it works, use it.
      2. If not, throw it away.
      So, learn from your first sale using Google Analytics. Research such data as:
      • Where your traffic is coming from (organic search, ads, etc.).
      • What keywords you were found for.
      • What your bounce rate is.
      • etc., etc., etc.
      Test and evaluate.

      Then tweak and perfect your site and repeat the whole process.

      When you find the winning formula, scale it up and perfect it.

      Good luck and never give up.

      Great advice!!!
      The best advice I was ever given was find something that works, scale it up, perfect it and NEVER give up!

      Nice one
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  • Profile picture of the author Chri5123
    Originally Posted by AHayes183 View Post

    Hi Warriors,

    I've been providing services for years, but only recently have decided to start an Amazon affiliate website.

    A lot of my clients have been hit hard with Google's updates and, learning from them, I'm glad I started now and not a year ago.

    I built a review site for a niche product about a month ago and haven't done any article marketing, but did put it up on a few directories with Directory Mazimizer. I've targeted a few keywords and made sure to provide helpful authoritative content in addition to the reviews to make it more of an authority site.

    Anyway, I have slowly been getting around 10-20 targeted visitors a day but have only had about 84 clicks this month. Anyway, I was thinking perhaps I should stick to my services but I've logged in to Amazon today and see I've made $44.82 in shipped sales (4). I'm still down on my investment with content but it's great to see for myself that making money with Amazon affiliate marketing is still a possibility.

    Now to improve my click through and conversion rate, step up my marketing - and rinse and repeat with other sites.

    Thanks to all the Warriors who have helped by answering my Amazon affiliate questions and by providing helpful information on this forum.

    Btw: Many people are worried about Google, but if you have been marketing your website the way it's been recommended for years (quality over quantity) then nothing has really changed - if anything it's gotten easier.

    Antony.
    Awesome work Antony!

    Originally Posted by AHayes183 View Post

    I've targeted a few keywords and made sure to provide helpful authoritative content in addition to the reviews to make it more of an authority site.
    This ^

    It pretty much is as easy and hard as that!

    It is easy in terms of all you need is regular, quality content and the hard thing is keeping up the work.

    Props to you!

    Keep going, build up the site and try and get more sales or sell for profit now.

    All the best,

    Chris Jones
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  • Profile picture of the author raffman999
    Well done. With such limited off page SEO your content must be excellent and really connecting with your audience. And the big G loves good content!
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  • Profile picture of the author daviddifranco
    Congrats! Selling products via Amazon is a lot of fun. You can eventually make a decent amount of money once traffic increases. Keep it up!
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  • Profile picture of the author AHayes183
    Thanks for the tips, they're definitely inspiring. I'm looking forward to see what I can do with this now. Next time I might try focus on a broader niche so I can compare the two.
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  • Profile picture of the author Kush Sharma
    Originally Posted by AHayes183 View Post

    Hi Warriors,

    I've been providing services for years, but only recently have decided to start an Amazon affiliate website.

    A lot of my clients have been hit hard with Google's updates and, learning from them, I'm glad I started now and not a year ago.

    I built a review site for a niche product about a month ago and haven't done any article marketing, but did put it up on a few directories with Directory Mazimizer. I've targeted a few keywords and made sure to provide helpful authoritative content in addition to the reviews to make it more of an authority site.

    Anyway, I have slowly been getting around 10-20 targeted visitors a day but have only had about 84 clicks this month. Anyway, I was thinking perhaps I should stick to my services but I've logged in to Amazon today and see I've made $44.82 in shipped sales (4). I'm still down on my investment with content but it's great to see for myself that making money with Amazon affiliate marketing is still a possibility.

    Now to improve my click through and conversion rate, step up my marketing - and rinse and repeat with other sites.

    Thanks to all the Warriors who have helped by answering my Amazon affiliate questions and by providing helpful information on this forum.

    Btw: Many people are worried about Google, but if you have been marketing your website the way it's been recommended for years (quality over quantity) then nothing has really changed - if anything it's gotten easier.

    Antony.
    Congratulations !!

    Can you reveal what type of review site it is? Do you give short reviews of many products on one page to compare, or a full fledged reviews of products?
    And how narrow is your niche? And what type of normal content do you add?
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    • Profile picture of the author AHayes183
      Originally Posted by GoonerPride View Post

      Congratulations !!

      Can you reveal what type of review site it is? Do you give short reviews of many products on one page to compare, or a full fledged reviews of products?
      And how narrow is your niche? And what type of normal content do you add?
      The niche is within home and gardening on Amazon. Basically I've had a look around for some mid to high ticket items (higher priced products) and found something around the $600 to $1000 mark. After a lot of keyword research I figured I could create a website that wouldn't have too hard a time receiving traffic.

      The reviews are full 500+ word reviews in an honest and second person narrative. I don't lie and pretend I own the products but take what information is available on the product, and put it all in a helpful format for the reader. I also provide in insight into actual Amazon reviews, pros and cons etc. For this website I've only chosen the best selling products so the majority are good reviews anyway.

      The theme that I used is the ProReview theme which does take a bit of tweaking to make it look good, but it's clean and so far effective.

      With the lowest affiliate rate I think I got $28 from my first sale - the other three sales have actually been other products - two related and one $300 gift card. As mentioned, what I have done so far needs some tweaking and I plan to work on:

      Building More Traffic - Most likely just through article marketing and writing more content for the site. I could use social media and other marketing methods but I want to keep it simple for the moment. I don't want to experiment with PPC advertising just yet and might not for these affiliate sites.

      Increasing Click Through and Conversion - At the moment the links are just used in the call to action and with the "Visit Website" button that comes with the theme. I will add a few more links within each review. I might also see if I can improve my preselling so that the visitor is in more of a "buying mode" when they click through.

      Increasing the Affiliate Rate - I might build a couple of sites that sell lots of low prices items. The idea here is to sell more stuff to increase the affiliate rate, and as a result make more money when the higher priced items sell.

      I'll spend more time looking at the analytics to see how I can get better results. I also need to refine the process of building, marketing and managing the sites so I can build more of them without overwhelming myself.
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  • Profile picture of the author JSProjects
    Congrats! You've done what most IM'ers struggle to do. (See Results.)

    Just keep plugging away. You've found something that works. Now do it again, and again, and again.
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  • Profile picture of the author onlinemangr
    Congrats. that's awesome.

    Q: content -- what did you create/outsource?

    -OM
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    • Profile picture of the author AHayes183
      Originally Posted by onlinemangr View Post

      Congrats. that's awesome.

      Q: content -- what did you create/outsource?

      -OM
      I have my own content company so luckily just used a couple of writers from my team.
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  • Profile picture of the author tjaysen70
    yeah congrats bro...amazon is so cool because they actually want you to make sales and money, because that's how they make money too. Good job
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    • Profile picture of the author livo
      Really well done,i get around 171/180 clicks a day and only get a hand full of sales per week.Sometimes i can go weeks even with the same amount of traffic!

      Obviously iam doing it the wrong way and you are doing it right!

      From what you have written i know exactly where i have been going wrong.

      Thank you for your inspiring post
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  • Profile picture of the author cooler1
    Congrats on your first sales.

    Did you do anything regarding on page SEO or didn't you give any attention to that aspect?
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    • Profile picture of the author AHayes183
      Thanks for your congrats. I'm glad I haven't given up and looking forward to see where I can go with this.

      Originally Posted by cooler1 View Post

      Congrats on your first sales.

      Did you do anything regarding on page SEO or didn't you give any attention to that aspect?
      I always use a keyword density of 1% and use the All in One SEO plugin. I always use the relevant keyword in the title, description and meta data.

      Originally Posted by pizzatherapy View Post

      Congratulations!

      You can try all of your tricks, scams, black hat methods and all the rest...and eventually you will end up with a hand full of nothing!

      Bottom line: if you put up quality information, and add more quality information, you will be rewarded...big time!

      A toast to you my friend!
      Congratulations!
      Thanks for that, I'm glad you agree!

      Originally Posted by rgb View Post

      Great,

      Amazon can work in some cases, one tip though even though it might sounds
      redundant, I always did better with promoting product over $300-$500.
      I was thinking of only creating a couple of low priced item sites in an effort to quickly get sales each month and increase the affiliate rate for the higher priced items.

      Originally Posted by RockingLastsForever View Post

      The OP's strategy of just adding articles to a few article directories isn't enough in most cases. You need to diversify your traffic, bring in people from multiple avenues, and work hard at getting new people on to your site as well as retaining your current visitors.
      I agree that a multifaceted marketing approach will work best, but I want to make sure that any strategies I use are worth the time and effort. Last thing I want is to get discouraged or overwhelm myself with too many marketing tactics and feel that my efforts are for nothing. In this regard I'm still learning, so do you have any specific tips?
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      • Profile picture of the author Andrew2012
        Congrats on your first sale !!!

        I'm also starting to make money with amazon.
        Hopefully could get information from this topic.
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  • Profile picture of the author jgant
    That's outstanding. Now just scale it. You're fortunate to have a content generating team ... you can really scale up your content fast. It's the content that takes a long time to generate. Plus, if they're good writers or at least decent, you can use them for guest posting. You're in a very good position now that you've established a system that works for you!!
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  • Profile picture of the author pizzatherapy
    Congratulations!

    Your post is an inspiration...

    ... if you have been marketing your website the way it's been recommended for years (quality over quantity) then nothing has really changed - if anything it's gotten easier.


    As someone who gets regular checks from Amazon, I could not agree with you more...

    You can try all of your tricks, scams, black hat methods and all the rest...and eventually you will end up with a hand full of nothing!

    Bottom line: if you put up quality information, and add more quality information, you will be rewarded...big time!

    A toast to you my friend!
    Congratulations!
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    • Profile picture of the author robo916
      I have just gotten in Amazon sales myself. Looking to build up. Good Story!
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  • Profile picture of the author weigemeiser
    Since commission for Amazon affiliates is so low, it takes a lot of patience and optimism to stick with it. You need to keep publishing review sites, or whatever it is that you do, even if things seem futile at first. Otherwise, it is so easy to give up. If I only saw "peanuts" coming in, I would probably lose all motivations to keep going. It is really a number's game. Once you put enough out there and passes the mysterious "threshold", the tide begins to turn to your favor.
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  • Profile picture of the author Stuart Walker
    It pretty much is as easy and hard as that!

    It is easy in terms of all you need is regular, quality content and the hard thing is keeping up the work.
    You need to do much more than just write high quality content and wait for visitors to turn up. You need to get your content in front of the people who want to see it, you need to work out who your target market are, where they hang out and who has their attention and get your content or adverts in front of them. You need to be pro-active in this respect.

    The OP's strategy of just adding articles to a few article directories isn't enough in most cases. You need to diversify your traffic, bring in people from multiple avenues, and work hard at getting new people on to your site as well as retaining your current visitors.
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  • Profile picture of the author Chris Cole
    It's always a fantastic feeling whenever your work pays off. I remember my first ever Amazon associates commission. That few cents felt like I have earned $100's...

    'It worked'

    Now you have to refine and tweak at your systems and you will see some great checks hitting your accounts. (Amazon pay like clockwork )
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  • Profile picture of the author rgb
    Great,

    Amazon can work in some cases, one tip though even though it might sounds
    redundant, I always did better with promoting product over $300-$500.

    Besides its almost the same process of building a website selling cheap or expensive products.
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  • Profile picture of the author Danny Shaw
    Well done dude. I decided just after Christmas that is was going to go after amazon this year if nothing else but testing. I have on broad niche website (only 40ish posts so far) making daily sales and have just started a niche website that is on page one with zero content so far. The first site I mentioned gets 100-600 visitors a day, within a few months. It is easy money. The trick is, have 10-20 websites and have enough quality content for all.

    Keep going. I amusing a few plugins that really help with rankings. PM for the info.
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  • Profile picture of the author workoutstuff1
    That's great to hear! Right now Amazon seems to be the place to be to sell products, and it comes up organically in Google.

    Article marketing is one of the best ways to drive traffic to Amazon (regardless if it helps your PR with Google). Post up a couple of helpful articles with some Amazon links that you drive traffic to, and you should get some really good conversions.
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  • Profile picture of the author Gaz Cooper
    AWESOME WORK MATE AND CONGRATULATIONS

    As I have been saying for years Amazon is a great way to make some decent money online and a great way to get started online and a beginner can quickly see some sales and realize that you really can make money online, once they see those first few sales it is enough encouragement to ramp it up and get to a point where it is a nice consistent montly income.

    Keep it up Ramp it up and best of luck to you

    Kickin it on Amazon

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  • Profile picture of the author Evocess
    Congrats buddy!

    Many people are enjoy earning via Amazon. I think you are now in the right track. You have a $44 sales already for just a small amount of traffic. Generate more traffic and more sales will come in to your way.

    Keep it up!

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  • Profile picture of the author Isaiah Coe
    Congrats Antony

    I'm actually starting to make some nice earnings with amazon too.
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  • Profile picture of the author DerekGann
    Congrats Antony!

    This is what many people want but a few get it and definitely you are one of the few.
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  • Profile picture of the author himanuzo
    Good work! $44+ with Amazon. You can scale up your method to 10 times or more.
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  • Profile picture of the author Dennisknows
    Congrats. Nothing like making money out of thin air...

    I've made a few bucks with Amazon but I've never taken it seriously..

    May do some niche sites in the future but for now, I'll stick to services, products and affiliate marketing

    ***UPDATE***

    and what do ya know. I decided to check my account I made 9 sales for a total of $9.42... YAAAAAH!!

    Converting at around 9% with 100 clicks.. I'm gonna anchor down on this area and scale it up...
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    • Profile picture of the author AHayes183
      Originally Posted by Dennisknows View Post

      ...and what do ya know. I decided to check my account I made 9 sales for a total of $9.42... YAAAAAH!!

      Converting at around 9% with 100 clicks.. I'm gonna anchor down on this area and scale it up...
      Nice one, you must be advertising low priced items though?

      Originally Posted by theaccountant View Post

      How much money have you spent until now to get those sales?
      So far I've spent around $200 on content and $100 on getting the site up on niche relevant directories. I'm experimenting now with Facebook ads in addition to article marketing. I guess it'll take a bit of spending to see what works.
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  • Profile picture of the author SamuelCarter
    Hey,

    That's fantastic News and nice to get information likes this!

    Money is out there for the taking!

    Samuel
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  • Profile picture of the author theaccountant
    How must money have you spent until now to get those sales?
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  • Profile picture of the author Stevie C
    Amazon is a great place to start if you are new at affiliate marketing and congratulations on the results. You have a head start with your own content creators on board. Start targeting a few low competition keywords/products and you should ramp up your sales easily.
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  • Profile picture of the author TonyG23
    Congrats! Now turn that 44 dollars in amazon sales into more. I always like to reinvest my earning to even earn more. But keep up the good work and don't give up. You will see more and more money if you stay with it!
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  • Profile picture of the author Irwin Dominguez
    That's so awesome! Congratulations! Find out what led to those sales and repeat the process. Every morning, the first thing I do is grab my phone to see how many sales I made with my amazon sites the previous day. I bet you're doing the same thing too!
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    Originally Posted by AHayes183 View Post

    Btw: Many people are worried about Google, but if you have been marketing your website the way it's been recommended for years (quality over quantity) then nothing has really changed - if anything it's gotten easier.
    This really says it all right here! Congratulations Antony!
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  • Profile picture of the author rapidcereb
    One thing that sucks about amazon is that you cant opt for the KDP option (free give away) if you are currently selling your digital book elsewhere( guess it sort of makes sens though), but amazon certainly appears to be a highly effective mode for getting your books out there. The only thing that is not the greatest about amazon is that when someone purchases your ebook, it is technically only leased to them, and amazon can confiscate it back anytime they wish.
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  • It's nice to hear from yet another person making money with Amazon. The great thing about being an affiliate with them is that their site and sales process is so well designed. Once you get people there, their site does a great job at converting visitors into buyers
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    • Profile picture of the author SamKalai




      just rinse and repeat...







      and another one with $12,9k will arrive by the end of this week...Will post pics as soon as it arrives... YES YOU CAN!


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      • Profile picture of the author rsto95
        Originally Posted by SamKalai View Post





        just rinse and repeat...







        and another one with $12,9k will arrive by the end of this week...Will post pics as soon as it arrives... YES YOU CAN!


        Wow! That's a nice amount you're earning there. Right now that amount doesn't even seem reality to me. But I am really starting to focus on Amazon because of the mass potential it has.

        In November I began experimenting with Amazon and have battled up to earning about $300 during February. Amazon income has doubled every month. I wish to have your success. My focus this month is so targeted at Amazon, maybe one day I will have success like you
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        • Profile picture of the author ChrisWF
          Congrats buddy. Always good to make some money.
          However, the route you are going can sometimes be tough and take a long time.
          I would suggest you invest some time (and money) in an Amazon FBA course.
          Well worth it.

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  • Profile picture of the author Lady M
    congratulation mate! Amazon affiliate marketing has proven to be a good way to earn some bucks. Not a while ago, I just made around 100 bucks from them, so glad to do it. One thing that intrigue me while doing this business is my bounce rate. Even though my bounce rate is pretty high, there is always some people who buy my product. I have my confidence in my product review after all.
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  • Profile picture of the author Cyber Star
    nice works! glad you made it trough, some people will give up after trying Amazon affiliate without knowing their mistake. You are not one of them, you don't give up, you learn your mistake, and keep moving forward. You earn it! I am curious about your sales funnel though. Nothing happen in the past few month, and suddenly BOOM, you got some hard earned cash in there.
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  • Profile picture of the author lucidbs
    Congrats. Personally, I thought cookies set in amazon is not fair to affiliates. but if it converts, rinse and repeat. But I'd personally build one product and do the same with more control.
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  • Profile picture of the author Airwolf
    Well done! It is not hard to earn money as an Amazon affiliate if you work hard to create a review site and then able to rank the buying keyword on 1st Page of Google.
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  • Profile picture of the author WordpressManiac
    I made my first sale from an ugly autoblog :-) An office chair to be precise and since then I changed a lot in my strategy. Great to see you found something that works for you! For me high quality sites with reviews work best, far better than my autoblog did.

    So yes it works and no, there isn't a magic bullet ;-)
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  • Profile picture of the author Riter Ric
    Any more sales made to date Antony?
    Regards
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  • Profile picture of the author onlinemangr
    Any updates?

    How does buying content work out for you? Are they reviews or >?

    -om
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  • Profile picture of the author ShaneWZ
    Congrats! So you outsourced all your reviews?
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  • Profile picture of the author himanuzo
    Long tail keywords are key to make money with the Amazon.
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  • Profile picture of the author markobrien
    Just started with my first Amazon site, working on content. Thanks for the uplifting posts, I think I can, I Think I can, .....
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  • Profile picture of the author Igor Fridrihs
    Well done, Antony.

    A Journey of a Thousand Miles Starts With One Step (Lao Tzu). Analyze and keep going.
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