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Fresh Amazon website - my journey to quadruple digit monthly earnings

Discussion in 'My Journey Discussions' started by FeroXs, Apr 14, 2017.

  1. FeroXs

    FeroXs Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I decided it's time to start another project, and this time, I've chosen to make a new Amazon affiliate website. Certainly not a new concept to the BHW journey sub-forum, but they are a good investment.

    What I've done so far:

    • Chosen a niche I'm actually interested in (it's my hobby)
    • The whole website is complete and I've added a few articles already. Some of these are "filler" articles and do not have Amazon links on them
    • I do not have a static homepage
    • I'm doing my own keyword research, and I'm choosing keywords that I feel are pretty easy
    • Rebranded an old high-quality Twitter account that I had from an old project. This Twitter account has over 10,000 followers, some of them being from major accounts in my niche.
    • After I upload an Amazon article, I search around for other blogs which I can link back to myself with, via the comments section. (I believe @meathead1234 is the one who made this concept popular originally). I also tweet it via my Twitter account, with a couple of relevant hashtags.

    My plan:

    • I intend to add a new article whenever I have the free time to do so. It will likely be every couple of days
    • I will continue link building by adding web 2.0s into the mix at some point, as well as more blog comments, to gauge whether I need to add PBN links into the mix
    • I might consider making YouTube videos for my products, but it's difficult to do so as I don't intend to physically have them

    My results so far, after one week:

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    These are not big search terms, hence the ease of ranking so high so quickly. My on-page SEO is pretty good, which I'm sure is helping.

    Anyway, this journey is more to help me document what I'm doing over the next few months, but if anyone finds any use in reading, then that's great!

    ~F
     
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  2. iNVENT

    iNVENT Registered Member

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    Good luck with your journey.
     
  3. johnguru

    johnguru Newbie

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    am also thinking of starting my own Amazon niche site, but will really love to know if is still profitable
     
  4. shaheerkhan

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    Kw density
    And any good tips for on page optimization
     
  5. IamKing

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    Following your journey to track how the things will work. GL :)
     
  6. Holzr

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    Love following Amazon affiliate journeys. Got one myself. All the best. I'd start with about 20 super web 2.0s (privacy page, unique content, contact page, images, videos). Should be enough to rank then you can move up in power. I'm not sure what your budget is but an insanely powerful links (.Edu) you can obtain by creating a scholarship and getting schools, or whoever the scholarship is aimed at, to link to your scholarship page on your site. Although this will be pricey. However you may not even need it if you've done your KW research right. For my new site I'm aiming to rank as white hat as possible. That way if i decide to sell it I'll most likely be able to charge a higher x monthly earnings.