As search engines have become more prominent, some affiliate marketers have shifted from sending e-mail spam to creating automatically generated web pages that often contain product data feeds provided by merchants. The goal of such web pages is to manipulate the relevancy or prominence of resources indexed by a search engine, also known as spamdexing. Each page can be targeted to a different niche market through the use of specific keywords, with the result being a skewed form of search engine optimization.
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Want to promote cameras through your photography blog/review site? First check out a couple of camera retailers and choose only the best affiliate programs. Are their terms favorable? Is the payout big enough to sustain your affiliate business? Do they offer a wide range of products? Do they have good reputation in the market? Is their affiliate program successful? How do they treat their existing affiliates? These are just some of the factors to consider when choosing the products and partners to promote.
The question is, from a buyer perspective, if they are worth anything. Of course they are not. Yet, they have repeat customers, and their all-positive feedback goes back as far as eBay feedback goes. So customers must be happy (?). Everyone knows that getting traffic is far more difficult than (very basic) designing. Plus, if you want to make the site unique, you have to change pretty much everything, pictures, text, graphics etc. This requires skills in WordPress so one might as well design the site from scratch and save the $30 - and be unique.
If it were as simple as paying $100 to buy a website that will make “instant profit” and “give you financial freedom” don't you think everyone would shell out the $100 bucks? Hell – shell out $10,000 bucks to buy 100 of them? When you look at it logically, you know it's a product that preys on desires of finding financial freedom – and not a real solution to that desire.
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In April 2008 the State of New York inserted an item in the state budget asserting sales tax jurisdiction over Amazon.com sales to residents of New York, based on the existence of affiliate links from New York–based websites to Amazon.[41] The state asserts that even one such affiliate constitutes Amazon having a business presence in the state, and is sufficient to allow New York to tax all Amazon sales to state residents. Amazon challenged the amendment and lost at the trial level in January 2009. The case is currently making its way through the New York appeals courts.
As an experiment today I have designed a wordpress site exactly identical to those. Took me very little time, but it took me much, much longer to configure all the affiliates stuff (they have Amazon store, clickbank, adsense, textlinks etc). On top of that to finalize the sale you have to push the domain name, manage the transfer, take care of the hosting configuration and dealing with problems, which are likely since I believe they deal with newbies. So, these sites, if just for the labour, are definitely worth $30 (although some of them have sold at $200 or $300 and even more).
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Many voucher code web sites use a click-to-reveal format, which requires the web site user to click to reveal the voucher code. The action of clicking places the cookie on the website visitor's computer. In the United Kingdom, the IAB Affiliate Council under chair Matt Bailey announced regulations[42] that stated that "Affiliates must not use a mechanism whereby users are encouraged to click to interact with content where it is unclear or confusing what the outcome will be."

There’s no universal consensus for what constitutes ‘long-form’ content. However, as a rule of thumb, you can think of this as any piece over 1,000 words. Research shows people tend to trust long-form content more. On the other hand, most online readers still tend to skim articles. This means you also need to find ways to adapt your longer content for skimmers.


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You pay a fee and for that fee, they give you a website that is set up as an e-commerce store based on affiliate datafeed(s). Many times they tout that the website also auto produces content for you in the form of articles, news, and video. There's nothing to do on your end! Simply pay the fee, and you get an affiliate site that's ready to go, and you will make loads of cash!
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Awesome job! By the way, in order someone to let’s say make $10.000 a month from amazon affiliate website, do we need to target buyer intent keywords that have like 20-40k monthly searches or such? I’m thinking is it better to make 5 smaller sites each to generate $2000, or 1 site that can make $10k, but in order to make that much from a single site do you think we need products in range from $100-300 and main keywords to have at least 10-40k global monthly searches?
You can make your own decision about which hosting plan to sign up for, but I highly recommend just going with the BASIC plan. If this is your first affiliate marketing website, the basic plan gives you everything you need and you can always upgrade this plan later on. However, if you feel more comfortable with a higher plan, by all means, feel free.
Once you’ve done all the heavy lifting of niche selection, keyword research, and competition analysis, then you can finally start building your site. It’s important not to skip all the steps above. You’d hate to spend months on a site, only to learn that it won’t be profitable at all. All that hard work for nothing. You can read more about why I use WordPress for my Amazon sites.
Most of the traffic for your affiliate website will come from product related searches, and product reviews. Generally, these will be more long-tail terms such as, “Blendtec 570 vs Vitamix 5300”, or “greenworks mower vs black and decker”. The traffic coming from keywords like these will be very targeted, as the searcher has the intention to purchase something.
I can also promise you this… Once you see those residual payments coming in, all that effort will be totally worth it. When I wake up in the morning, the first thing I do is check my phone to see how much money I made while I slept. When I go on vacation, I will still get paid, even though I’m doing no work. It’s incredible and YOU can have this lifestyle too. You just need some guidance.

Most of the traffic for your affiliate website will come from product related searches, and product reviews. Generally, these will be more long-tail terms such as, “Blendtec 570 vs Vitamix 5300”, or “greenworks mower vs black and decker”. The traffic coming from keywords like these will be very targeted, as the searcher has the intention to purchase something.

In order to get some Amazon reviews, we used Tomoson.  In the process, we found out that lots of the reviewers have blogs and are willing to write a blog post review of your products.  So, we gave it a shot and asked for maybe 10 people or so to write a blog post reviewing our Amazon product.  Because our niche site is one place where we sell our product, we got a link back to our niche site with each of those product reviews.

Obviously one may think that people would never purchase anything like this (all the sites come with 10-20 articlebase articles, always the same, not even spinned), yet, the British for example, has made approx. 220 sales in the last 30 days, average $30 each. That is $9,000. Every bidder is required to purchase (out of eBay, which is not even allowed per eBay rules) one year of hosting at $50, that's another $11,000. Total income about $20,000. (If the winner does not want the hosting there is a $25 migration fee). The only expense is the domain name and the low eBay fee since they start the auctions at 1 cent.

May – July 2016: 0 articles published. To be honest, I hadn't really been paying attention to how much this site was making.  I knew it was doing well, but I was shocked in July to see exactly how well it was doing on its way to a $3k month.  So, in July I decided its time to refocus on the site (only 4 articles had been published in all of 2016 and yet the site continued to grow really well).  We decide to find another 100 low competition keywords and start publishing more content.  My hypothesis is that more low competition content = more traffic!  I was right before, and I suspect I'll be right again.  The plan is to have these additional 100 articles published between August and December 2016.
HI Spencer, just found your blog…very thorough and interesting to read. I am going to mention it as one stellar example of Amazon affiliate marketing on my newest blog to inspire my subscribers. I’ve used Long Tail Pro keyword tool and promoted it (got some affiliate sales because it’s THAT good)…and it’s nice to see a face to match with the tool. Awesome results you’ve had. Congrats! I’m really glad to see you post “real-world” case studies of what it looks like when you and others are just getting started. Often, we expect overnight success, but the reality it that it takes consistent, focused action. But, oh boy, it is worth when it starts paying off. Thank you for the inspiration your blog is providing for me personally, and all those that follow! Have a grand October – Warmly, Kristie

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It’s also important to remember that your content should be actionable. For example, if you’re writing a review for a coffee machine, it’s not enough to talk about its features and how great its brew is. You also should look to answer any questions your visitors might have about it, and explain how the product can benefit them. Focus on the positives, and how they can be valuable to the reader.
Do you know who those guys are that own those hosting review sites that ranking for “best host” etc? I think Pat Flynn is one of them. I am very curious as to how guys who are on the first page for those keywords got to that level. I looked at all the sites on the first page and these guys are so elite they aren’t even using Thrive or normal themes but it’s pretty much all custom. I am guessing these guys mastered “Amazon authority sites” or niche first before moving into the hosting niche? It seems to me to be one of the most competitive niches online with super high KD (some keywords have KD 70 etc in ahrefs) plus these hosting programs payout like crazy.
Among those sites, I still found 50em.com to be one of the most superficial ones. As some would say, working as an affiliate is similar to that of an employee, in that if the company discontinues the products, or stop the affiliate programs, the money would stop coming in as well. The hypertarget focus of 50em.com is well appreciated and a great lesson though.

You can find the BEST sites right here in the forum. Seriously, there are some great sites that you can easily make money with BUT you still need to WORK them. These sites are designed from fellow internet marketers...just because someone designs, does not mean they know internet marketing and what it takes to get CONVERSIONS. But the designers here in the forums DO KNOW what it takes.
They all sell exactly the _same_ websites (same WordPress theme, LifeStyle from Studiopress), same design, same affiliates etc. So tons of absolutely identical websites, only domain name and keywords / photographs change, depending on the niche. So we have incredibly lame names such as TheAcneRemovalAdvisor.com and so on. After a couple weeks the same seller would sell exactly the SAME website calling it TheNewAcneSolution.com, or change name and photos to say, TheVeryUsefulWineMakingClub.com, then rinse and repeat.
I thought I would just bring something else to your attention; I did take a second to look at your site; you know why I left within just one second? EXACTLY! You have less then 3 seconds to make your first impression on visitors; if your visitors are bouncing off your site at the speed of light, they either found your site by mistake, or they were not impressed with your site, and left, which means? right, they did not trust your site!!! What happens if you have a high bounce rate? right, you can certainly lose rankings! Is google going to keep sending you traffic if you have nothing to offer? nope! I can not say this is your problem, or you could have multiple problems going on at the same time to cause you to lose rankings. I can tell you one thing for sure by just taking a 1 minute look at your link profile; You have quite a few links, and you have almost no authority, what does this mean? This most likely means you are spamming your link to poor quality sites. You also have a massive amount of do-follow links which does not look natural vs your no follow links, and with your site having low trust flow, do you think your site deserves that many do-follow links? I wonder what google thinks? at first glance, your anchor/link diversity does not look to bad, so your anchor/text does not look over-optimized, but whoever is building links for you, consider firing them immediately, as you are getting all the wrong links. I am going to assume at this point google has certainly given you a penalty; Your next move to to hire someone to audit your site, and start disavowing/removing bad links from your portfolio, over time, your rankings may come back, and that may depend on other factors also, but at this point, it certainly looks like you have link issues. Just a little bitty research goes a long way. good luck.
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I'm not sure you're "missing" anything. I imagine the facts, as you report them, are entirely accurate. And about the hosting, I agree with you (and I suspect that that's where most of their profit is, really). For the rest, we just have different perspectives, because you don't think a ready-to-go site like that can be worth $30 (perhaps because you're able to produce one yourself in very little time, because unlike me you have some technical skills?), whereas I think it could easily be worth that (because I can't easily make it myself, but can fairly easily replace the expected poor quality writing on it with masterpieces of my own. Or at least mantelpieces, which is close enough).
Most of the traffic for your affiliate website will come from product related searches, and product reviews. Generally, these will be more long-tail terms such as, “Blendtec 570 vs Vitamix 5300”, or “greenworks mower vs black and decker”. The traffic coming from keywords like these will be very targeted, as the searcher has the intention to purchase something.
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