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Amazon Affiliate Links and On-Site SEO Structure

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by skchung0711, Apr 12, 2017.

  1. skchung0711

    skchung0711 Registered Member

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    I am first building my Amazon affiliate blog and the way I structured my site is

    For example:

    Best Stereo Speakers(Main Page which points only pillar articles)

    Best Floorstand Speaker (Pillar article - More of informational article with no amazon links and pointing to Sub-Pillar Articles and one link to main page)
    - Best Floorstand Speaker Under $5000 (Sub-pillar article - More like Top 10 products compilation which has some amazon links and some links to individual reviews and one link to pillar article and one link for main page)
    - Best Floorstand Speaker Under $20000

    Best Speaker Cable (Pillar article - More of informational article with no amazon links and pointing to Sub-Pillar Articles and one link to main page)
    - Best Cables For Floorstand Speaker (Sub-pillar article - More like Top 10 products compilation which has some amazon links and some links to individual reviews and one link to pillar article and one link for main page)

    Reviews by Brand
    - Individual Review 1 (amazon links, one link to sub-pillar article, one link to pillar and one link for the main page article)
    - Individual Review 2

    Is this a good structure or is it too complex or is it no no?
     
  2. faisalmaximus

    faisalmaximus Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I am telling you how I write the review articles.

    1. I start with an introduction of the product.

    2. Then on 2nd paragraph, I write the best key feature of the product.

    3. On next paragraph I write the 2nd key feature of the product.

    4. Then I write the other features of the product.

    5. Then comes the pros and cons of the product.

    6. After that I write something on customer reviews.

    7. Then I comes to the conclusion with a positive note.

    Within one such article I put 3 affiliate links at 3 different positions. I am getting success with this technique along with my solid SEO strategies.
     
  3. patriotnews

    patriotnews Senior Member

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    Let me see if I have this.
    Main page (no aff links)->pillar article(no aff links: information only)-> subpillar article(informational with some aff links)-> review articles(aff links)

    So, if I am reading a review about floorstand speakers, you wouldn't link off to cables when you talk about them? How do you think that is as a user experience?
     
  4. skchung0711

    skchung0711 Registered Member

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    I would link off to cables.

    What if I want to make my primary pillar article as a static front page (main page) which mentions cables and other pillar articles? Would that be a better structure than having a one separate big main page article?
     
  5. skchung0711

    skchung0711 Registered Member

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    Also, anybody know if sidebar is a distraction? I am pushing it as full width content. But any of your ideas are greatly appreciated.