Discussion in 'Copywriting & Sales Persuasion' started by Nerva, Feb 26, 2019.
Great guide. Thanks @Nerva
Fantastic guide man. This will be very useful to hand out to content writers and get exactly the kind of articles you want to use for affiliate sites.
This is what I actually wanted to read when I opened this thread, you didn't disappoint
Thanks for sharing bud!
Edit: As a followup to the replies of @nodyguy and @thescrrr, both of which are much appreciated, you can use the H tags as follows if you're not comfortable using several H1 tags:
H1 - Title
H3 - Product One – The Best Overall
H3 - Product Two – The Best for a Certain Feature
H3 - Product Three – The Best for Another Feature
H3 - Product Four – The Best for a Third Feature
H3 - Product Five – The Budget Product
H2 - Buying Guide Title
H2 - FAQ Section Title
H2 - Conclusion
I've used this format as well, and although I didn't notice any significant difference, I can't claim to be the best SEO around, and I always appreciate a good piece of advice.
As I mentioned, what worked for me may not work for you, so just follow common sense and apply what works best for you.
+1 to that!
Been doing Amazon affiliate sites for a few years now and picked up some great advice from that article.
Appreciate your write ups you publish here @Nerva
That`s why I always recommend you as one of the best writers!
Is there any seller that you recommend?
I used to have a Shutterstock account, but it proved to be too expensive for my needs. My current go-to guy is @Topiano. You can find his sales thread in the Misc section of the marketplace.
Thanks. I will certainly check it out
Good thread, Erik.
Can I get the PDF version link for this?
Amazon affiliate is one of my main project these days.
This is definitely helpful
Thanks a lot buddy.
awesome share. tons of good stuff
Great read thanks buddy. I've read before that you should only have one H1 per post for SEO reasons. Is this outdated?
EDIT: Just read comments and noticed someone has already brought this up.
What is your view on adding graphs, imagery etc in the post? And videos of course.
Videos are equally beneficial, as they keep the reader hooked to the content.
If you're writing an article about shelves, for example, and one of the questions is "How to organize my stuff on my shelves?", then adding a video would be a great idea as the reader would most likely want to watch the procedure rather than read about it, and you definitely don't want them to leave your site to find a video on the matter.
As always, common sense is to be applied. What works for some niches may not work for others.
Now THIS is share-worthy content! Good stuff man
I see everywhere affiliate sites with poor content and short articles (~500 words)
This is a gold mine
nice guide mate
Giving away the whole store I see.
Fantastic writing and explaining. Gold!
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