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Creating a new amazon affiliate store: asking for advice

Discussion in 'Affiliate Programs' started by ste83, Sep 16, 2016.

  1. ste83

    ste83 Registered Member

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    QUESTION 1:
    Is it worth to create an amazon affiliate store? I mean a website that looks a normal ecommerce, adding the products in an on-site cart, and during checkout the cart is automatically added in you amazon cart through their api. Or better create a comparison/review style website?

    QUESTION 2:
    Is it worth my time to try to do some minor edits to each single product description, title and url? Will I have big SEO advantages by doing this?
     
  2. AceWallGromit

    AceWallGromit Regular Member

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    Answer 1: Yes. Both have potential to do well if done well. Pick one and do it well.

    Answer 2; Yes. It has potential to help but you must do more to stand out from the crowd.

    Answer 3: Yes! *

    * I know you have not asked the question 3 yet but use "Yes" as an answer as much as possible Because you need to stay positive on your journey and never give up. Use the positive power of "yes"!!!
     
  3. ste83

    ste83 Registered Member

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    Thanks :)

    I'll give it a try and try to stand out from the crowd. I have a decent niche I want to use, and also I already have a good amonut of followers on a social network.

    I'm a web designer, so I can easily give it a good looking UI. This will probably make it better than 95% of other affiliate websites using pre-made themes.
    I'll also invest some time trying to edit titles and descriptions. Minor edits, not complete rewrites, as I identified about 350-400 products.
    I bought WooZone for Wordpress+WooCommerce, so I think the on-site cart is a nice feature that can get thrust from users.
    I will add a blog section with about 10 original articles to start with (some written by me, some others bought from writers).

    Any other advice?
     
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    Alchemizt Regular Member

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  5. ste83

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    EntertheDeals Junior Member

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    I am using Woozone for a few sites. It is an excellent product. For my theme I am using Themify which seems to work well.