Starting up amazon authority site - what profitable/buying niche should I start it in?

by D37
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Where can I find this information? I want to make sure I start it in a good niche that is profitable...
#amazon #authority #niche #profitable or buying #site #start #starting
  • Profile picture of the author wolfmmiii
    You should start with a niche that you know something about.
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    • Profile picture of the author yukon
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      Originally Posted by wolfmmiii View Post

      You should start with a niche that you know something about.
      Exactly!

      It makes the whole process of creating content more enjoyable when you already know about the subject.

      Example, If your hobby is music, promote drum sets, guitars, etc...
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  • Profile picture of the author sovereignn
    Go to Amazon

    Go to top sellers

    Research the top sellers competition on Google

    Go from there

    I have an Amazon authority website in the Tech niche

    It's a lot of work honestly and you have to be very active on your site at least in my Niche people are always commenting and wanting responses so you really have to learn about that stuff
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  • Profile picture of the author D37
    I am also looking on Pinterest to see what people "like" so to speak.
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    • Profile picture of the author thomharvey87
      Agree with doing what you like. chances are you'll be more successful because it will have your passion in it.
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  • Profile picture of the author WittyBlogger
    Here's a little secret for you.

    Go for late-phase transactional queries.

    Some examples of these are [product names].

    buy [productname]
    [productname] deal
    [productname] discount
    [productname] price
    purchase [productname]
    [productname] coupon
    [productname] review

    etc.

    You get the pic. Might not be a lot of searches, but the traffic is extremely targeted and highly more likely to convert.

    -WittyBlogger
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  • Profile picture of the author D37
    any other methods on finding buyer niches?
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    • Profile picture of the author ranktrackerpro
      Originally Posted by D37 View Post

      any other methods on finding buyer niches?
      Start with something simple first or you will get burned out real fast trying to rank a competitive term.

      Just because you know a lot about cameras doesn't mean you should try to create amazon affiliate site. That's a tough niche.

      Look up few things that sell reasonably well in Google Adwords keyword tool, check the monthly search volume and evaluate the competition on the first page.

      If you see some low hanging fruit you think you can outrank, go for it.

      If it's all 5+ years old domains, PR4+ with several hundred backlinks each, move on to something easier.

      Spend 80% of your time on keyword research and 20% of your time on the site design.

      Over time, this ratio will change, but that'd be a good start.
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