Working From Home, Affiliate Marketing, Amazon Associates, Q&A

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Keyword Golden Ratio SUCCESS STORIES

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DOUG CUNNINGTON, PMP writes about SEO, productivity, project management, and niche sites. His work has been featured all over the web, including Ahrefs, Empire Flippers, Niche Pursuits, Side Hustle Nation and more.

I am an internet marketer and a Project Management Professional (PMP).

FAQs –
Site Design and Hosting
-What’s the best WP theme?
-Do you recommend any of the themes specifically built for Amazon affiliate sites?
-Should I use a page builder?
-What do you think of Thrive?
-Which hosting provider should I use for my Amazon Affiliate Site?
-Do you use a table plugin? Which one?
-What plugins do you use?

“Permission” Questions
-Should I start an Amazon Affiliate Site? It seems like there are so many out there already?
-I found a great keyword but the search volume is 5,000 per month. Should I go for it?

Amazon Affiliate Site Questions
-How Much Do Niche Sites Earn with Amazon Associates?
-How many posts do I need before I launch my niche site?
-How often should I post content for my site?
-How long should the content be on affiliate sites?
-Is it ok to publish multiple posts at once?
-Do you use other affiliate programs?
-Do you use Amazon images?
-Where should I put affiliate links?
-Do you cloak Amazon affiliate links?
-What is the Amazon Associate Disclaimer that I should use?
-Do you use sidebars on your site?
-The Amazon Associate Report looks wrong or hasn’t been updated — what gives?

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5 Responses

  1. Cleaning Things says:

    Hey! My sites now been up for 3 ish months with 18 articles. I’m getting a view every other day but when I pull up the analytics it says they spent 0 time on page. What’s happening?

  2. Marcel Theisen says:

    In general, the questions are mostly obsessing about things that have very little impact on being a successful affiliate marketer. In the beginning, content is the number one thing people should be spending time on. Write more informative and better-researched content than your competitors. There is a TON of valuable info on Doug's channel but people seem to focus on things that are not important.

    Things like Amz conversion rate are overly simplistic and do not give you much insight. It's just orders/clicks. If you are doing a recipe website where people stock up on Amazon Pantry you could have a huge %, if you are selling luxury items you might have ~3%.

    If you want a realistic benchmark, calculate your revenue per 1,000 website visits (similar to ad revenue RPM) to see how well you are "converting" the traffic on your site. My site that makes the most money doesn't have the highest conversion on Amazon but it has the highest revenue/visit so that's where I invest the most of my time.

  3. Kevin Noyes says:

    I agree with you about the case studies and them being someone else's' livelihood! Spot on here Doug. Good stuff as usual! I'm always there looking for those little golden nuggets even though I don't comment much. Thanks again.

  4. Uehara Shoyo says:

    I missed this one again… great information, have you schedule your next live on youtube yet?

  5. Tammy Ohagan says:

    Would love to see some more success stories – even small success stories keep me going while I'm waiting to see some decent traffic results.

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