Since your prospects don’t know any better, they go out and attempt to find bargain basement oils for cheap, at the chain stores or online. They don’t realize you get what you pay for. So, they end up with inferior products, don’t get the results, and think that oils don’t work. As you know, new prospects don’t know about oils' authenticity, the company history, or even where to start.
I like to see other weak sites ranking with lower Trust Flow and Citation flow (or domain authority and page authority).  So, first I just look at the overall KC score and try to find keywords under the 30 mark.  Then I double check to see if there are some weak affiliate sites, forum posts, article directories, or other weak sites that have poor metrics.
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Correct, some people won’t be able to replicate what I’ve done due to the costs. However, if they can write their own content, they can avoid the bulk of the costs. Average article price is around $30 to $40. Lets just say $40 x 124. That’s about $5000. So, I’ve definitely made my money back. And I’m now at $3,500 a month. Investing $5,000 to get a $3500 a month return is ridiculously profitable. Its almost insane.
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I couldn't agree more on the advice on providing long-form content. In fact, most of modules we created are probably still longer than the ones found on AuthorityHackers, and 8000-words is considered normal. With the difference being that since they are technical in nature, they probably take 1.5 more times to create than a regular post written in English. :)
While affiliate marketing has been incredible for me, back when I first started in 2009, I had absolutely no idea how to build a website. Even to this day, I am still not the most technically advanced person. That’s why I decided to create this tutorial on how to create your first affiliate marketing website. I feel like if I can just help you to get started, from there, you’ll be off and running. So many people never start just because building a website seems so overwhelming.
To build trust, you need to create content that’s honest and sounds natural. There’s a lot of competition in affiliate marketing, and plenty of websites that churn out product reviews sound as if a robot wrote them. If you take the time to carefully research each piece and are honest about a product’s downsides, however, you’ll be able to establish trust organically.
If your agency tends to gravitate toward a particular niche, this method can be incredibly successful. Let’s say you focus on building websites for restaurants. You’ve probably identified a few things they all have in common: menus, hours of operation, photos of the food, etc. It’s noble to create a custom solution for every single client that comes knocking on your door, but the truth is – not all of them need a custom solution. Many will just want something that looks professional, works, and sticks within their budget. That’s exactly where a turnkey website comes in.
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The phrase, "Affiliates are an extended sales force for your business", which is often used to explain affiliate marketing, is not completely accurate. The primary difference between the two is that affiliate marketers provide little if any influence on a possible prospect in the conversion process once that prospect is directed to the advertiser's website. The sales team of the advertiser, however, does have the control and influence up to the point where the prospect either a) signs the contract, or b) completes the purchase.
Affiliate marketing overlaps with other Internet marketing methods to some degree, because affiliates often use regular advertising methods. Those methods include organic search engine optimization (SEO), paid search engine marketing (PPC – Pay Per Click), e-mail marketing, content marketing, and (in some sense) display advertising. On the other hand, affiliates sometimes use less orthodox techniques, such as publishing reviews of products or services offered by a partner.[citation needed]
In general, I am more concerned with low competition than traffic volume.  In fact, I set no minimum limit for monthly search volume for the keywords that I found.  So, if the keyword only had a KC score of 25 and was searched for 1,000 times a month…great!  Or if a keyword had a KC of 20 and was only searched for 50 times a month…that's great too!

I couldn't agree more on the advice on providing long-form content. In fact, most of modules we created are probably still longer than the ones found on AuthorityHackers, and 8000-words is considered normal. With the difference being that since they are technical in nature, they probably take 1.5 more times to create than a regular post written in English. :)
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.
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We can setup the website to automatically post all new content to Facbeook. This helps get each new page a backlink from Facebook, which in turn will help new pages get indexed. Besides new pages on the site, it is also a good idea to post other content to Facebook, and we can use RSS feeds for that. This will help keep our Facebook pages looking "real" and not just self-promoting pages.
This is fantastic! Glad to see the site is doing so well. I’m hoping you or a member of your team can answer this—are you at all concerned about any kind of penalty against sites that get backlinks by posting guest posts on other sites? Matt Cutts had mentioned something last year about Google seeing guest posting as a spammy practice, and you mentioned that you’ve done a few guest posts to build backlinks for this site—is that a safe practice?
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.
Budget: At the end of the day, you also have to consider how much you are willing and able to spend on growing a preloaded dropshipping website. As mentioned earlier marketing is a must for any site, and it can be free or paid marketing. However, paid marketing get measurable and quick results while free forms of marking will scale your site slowly and consistently over time. So it’s up to you as a business owner as to which route you want to take.
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?
Correct, some people won’t be able to replicate what I’ve done due to the costs. However, if they can write their own content, they can avoid the bulk of the costs. Average article price is around $30 to $40. Lets just say $40 x 124. That’s about $5000. So, I’ve definitely made my money back. And I’m now at $3,500 a month. Investing $5,000 to get a $3500 a month return is ridiculously profitable. Its almost insane.
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