Dear White Hat SEO Comrades, My name is Kitty, and I recently signed up for an Amazon affiliate account and made a website in a "niche" that I know is being searched for but not widely tapped in this way yet. (My brother paid thousands of dollars for largely untapped but searched-for keywords from someone very reputable. He gifted me this one.) So far, I have: -Made a comparison chart table on the website showing different products with links to Amazon -Paid someone on fiverr to build a bunch of backlinks to (supposedly) improve my ranking in google -(Unsuccessfully) tried to drive traffic via forum posts (went to parenting forums and asked their opinion on my idea for a gift for my kid-there was a bit more to it than that, didn't make it sound spammy-no luck.) I don't want to write my keyword, but I will write that it is a product which could be marketed to people looking for a gift for a child, or looking to sruce up a room in a fun and inexpensive way. It has been a few months, and so far I haven't sold even one. The backlinks thing worked, to some extent; I am at the bottom of page 2 on google. I can invest maybe €50 or so in this. I have been browsing the forums on here for ideas, but am new here and am not always able to discern scams from worthwhile services or unpack unfamiliar language. If anyone has SPECIFIC ideas of services I can use or actions I can take to do the following, please post them here: -Get the website to near the top of page 1 on google search results -Forum/social media stuff: Do you know of a big facebook or forum community all about gifts or home decor, which buyers (not just advertisers) visit regularly? -Social media personality in a gift/decor niche who might promote my site for a small fee? -Other ideas and suggestions Thanks in advance EDIT: Something that would be really cool, is if anyone knows of a sort of "coach" I could have a skype session or two with for $20 an hour or so, someone who can help me unpack some of the lingo in this field and explain the basic information that I seem to be missing. There's SOOOO much to learn; I do plenty of googling of new terms but this often leads to more questions than answers.