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.
For internet marketers and online resellers, you may resell these products by simply uploading the blog package to your own digital product store. Make sure, however, to write a really informative and compelling sales copy so you can make more sales. For email marketers with responsive subscribers, create blog bundles of 10's, for example, and send an offer to your list.
I wrote about this years ago in one of my books. Seller selling the same sites with all scraped content each and every month averaging 10k +. New people come to IM each and every day and are often delighted to find that they can get a business in a box for less than $100. Of course, it's not a business but if done right ...by adding value to ensure that the buyer can succeed then that's a different thing
If you’re primarily going to be promoting Amazon products it’s important to choose a set of products that has a relatively high price point. After all, it’s hard to make a solid income off of promoting $1-5 products, since the commission on Amazon is so low. Items that have a higher price point, like high end appliances, furniture, BBQs, blenders and juicers, or bikes can net you over $50 a sale at least.
Simple, it saves you time and we offer unique turnkey websites. We don't just take a snapshot (same exact articles, pictures and graphics) of a website and resell it over and over and over like many do on the internet. We have built a complex system that makes sure no website we build will ever look identical. Every website is built with a custom header and will have a different set of articles and pictures. We not only provide you with a professional turnkey website, we also provide the knowledge and support to help you run a successful internet business. We offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee with every turnkey website you purchase from us.
We also saw a big increase in Amazon Associates earnings when we went back to some of our older articles are started adding more shopping comparison charts. The theme we used has comparison chart functionality built in. If you don't know what I'm talking about, I wrote a pretty comprehensive guide on how to create a Amazon shopping comparison chart here.
All in all, building a WordPress affiliate site and turning a healthy profit is doable. Many sites on the internet depend and thrive on commissions, so yeah, it is a viable business model. Just play your cards right and exercise some patience. Become a shark and invest your resources wisely. Until next time, remember sparring is training. Here’s to your success: Cheers!
Before you start creating your website, whether it's from scratch or by customizing a template, spend time surfing the web looking for other sites that you consider to be top-quality and well-designed, and that you'd like to emulate. Determine in advance what features and functionality you want as well as what design elements you'd like to incorporate into your site. Knowing your immediate needs and what your needs might be in the future helps you choose a turnkey solution that's best suited to your business venture.
“It only takes 5 minutes and your site is ready”. BS is right. Trying many times through the years and years to make some IM affiliate and real product $$ . I finally bought from one ready made turnkey tshirt store last week June 2014 because all my other efforts doing things the hard way wasn’t making anything. An old saying says A fool and his money are soon parted. Even the senior citizens like me that should know better bought some hype and lost. But those that have been pumping that affiliate turnkey covert junk are now marked by me and being unsubbed from. The winners in this are you smarties that were too smart to buy the junk. I can’t go out in public now.
Wufoo has created forms that are fantastic for website developers such as yourself to use on your business’s site. It’s great to know what kind of audience the customer’s site is intended for, so before you get started with design, ask your clients to use a Product/Service Design and Customer Requirements Form. Have them send it to their customers, so that they and you will have a clearer idea of who they’re serving and how the website should function. It’s a handy tool, and your clients will appreciate the extra-step you’re taking to understand their audience.
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.
After creating my website with a DIY platform, I thought I didn't need another website. That is until I saw what Xtreme could do. They showed me all the options available and how it could impact my business sales so I decided to give it a shot. Man I'm glad I did! - They really took the time to get to know me and my business (more than I expected) and got to work. I was a bit nervous about the outcome at first but after a few weeks I was surpris... Read More
For good or bad, this is always how I've approached my niche sites. I put a little bit of effort into building links after the site is a few months old, and then I just focus on the content for the site. Now, its possible that I may go back and do another link building push at some point. However, the site continues to grow in terms of Google rankings and traffic, so I see no reason to go out do more active link building.