Guide my Amazon site please

by lebox1
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Hi buddies.

I have since done a few initial things.. Now I need help.

I am getting such impressions but visits today is zero. I hope you can guide me please ..

Buy garage door opener

Thank you experts..
#amazon #guide #site
  • Profile picture of the author slomo
    whats wrong with your old thread?
    http://www.warriorforum.com/adsense-...-guide-me.html
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  • Profile picture of the author DPM70
    Totally amateurish and spammy. Stop trying to be something that you're not (a garage door expert) and try adding some value to the web.
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  • Profile picture of the author wolfmmiii
    OP, as I mentioned in your other thread, that site needs LOTS of work. It does, in fact, look very amateur and spammy. Spend some money on a premium theme and on some design services. Ask yourself if YOU would buy from your site. Better yet, ask a friend if he/she would buy from it.
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  • Profile picture of the author remodeler
    How does your site add value to any visitor looking for a garage door? Seriously?

    Here's an example to try and help you out. You say in one of your articles. "If you buy an insulating kit for your garage door, it would probably cost you around $100. However the potential savings would be probably many times of this."

    That's absolutely meaningless to me. Find out how much it actually DOES save the average homeowner in utility costs. Search for the information and find that out. Then, put it on your review. Let them know that by having this kit they can save on average "X" number of dollars per year. Maybe even mention that what they could do with that added savings. Let the visitor visualize it.

    How about talking a little on how easy the kit is to install? Or is it easy? How would I know if I had never installed one? Is it something the average guy/gal could do on their own? Do I need to call in a handyman? Find out and let me know that information. Is there a users manual online? Add a link to it so people can see for themselves how easy it is. You want them to say, hey this is easy. I can do that! And out comes the credit card.

    This is just the tip of the iceberg so to speak. But this is the kind of information that will set you apart from the other affiliates that do exactly what you are doing...throwing up a site that provides absolutely ZERO value. Ask yourself if you would buy from a site like the one you've put up? If not, then why would anyone else?

    My best advice would be to take the time to research and really know your niche and build a site that sets you apart... or shut it down and get out because what you have now is not going to make you any money.
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    • Profile picture of the author lebox1
      Thank you for the long advise. I get it now. Thanks. To be very honest my best niche is tablets and mobile phones. However there are 101 of sites out there and also the keywords are highly competitive. Not to mention those mega sites on the said topic. How am I going to survive ? Can you provide some wisdom for this ?
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  • Profile picture of the author nik0
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    As long as the OP realizes that with these type of sites it should be treated as a churn & burn strategy then there is nothing wrong with this site.

    In that case you also don't need to worry about offering value to visitors, just make sure there is a good CTR to Amazon and they'll buy anyway.
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    • Profile picture of the author remodeler
      Originally Posted by nik0 View Post

      As long as the OP realizes that with these type of sites it should be treated as a churn & burn strategy then there is nothing wrong with this site.

      In that case you also don't need to worry about offering value to visitors, just make sure there is a good CTR to Amazon and they'll buy anyway.
      I agree, that's the first and most important decision that you have to set in your mind. Are you going for possible short term gain or are you looking to build a longer term asset? I was assuming from his post that he was looking longer term, but maybe I was wrong. You're right though, when you throw enough crap against the wall some of it is going to stick.
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      • Profile picture of the author nik0
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        Originally Posted by remodeler View Post

        I was assuming from his post that he was looking longer term, but maybe I was wrong.
        He's just in it for the money but doesn't know how to respond to the critics so he makes up stories that he wants to offer true value.

        You can not serious be in it for the long term and then produce such worthless website.
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