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How much would an affiliate site cost (SEO, content etc..)

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  1. Kurdo

    Kurdo Junior Member

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    Since a few weeks, I've been making tons of money, found a method and it has been working out pretty good for me. Now soon I'll have a budget of around 5k and since my last amazon affiliate site miserably failed, BUT I learned a lot from my mistakes and I actually do not mind the amount of money I had poured into my last site since it was a valuable lesson to me.

    So I want a more stable income over time, but I've little time for writing articles, so I'm planning to outsource most of the SEO and article writing and buying a strong domain that will hopefully give me a boost to start with.

    I'm planning to rank for keywords with little competition, so with that in mind: would a budget of around 3k-4k be enough to make a decent site with good backlinks that will eventually rank?
     
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    Anyone?
     
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    yes, if you find some good KW, your budget should be more than enought :D
    You need to invest it smart and tho be patient tho ;)
     
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    I made mine with around $500 in content and graphics total.

    Got around 30k words of very well written product review content

    I made the site myself although, probably saved me a good bit of money.

    Yet to invest into SEO services etc :)
     
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    Yes in a word.

    There are some great site sellers away from this forum who specialise in top quality Amazon sites.
    With that sort of budget you'd be better going with one of those guys.

    There are sellers on here but the quality of the sites I have seen as samples aren't that good at all.

    If you want info, hit me up by PM.
     
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    How much are you planning to invest in SEO?
     
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    Just a noob question, how long was it until you saw profit?

     
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    It varies for everyone,

    I have not seen profit yet in the sense of money,

    But I see a huge return on my investment in rankings already along with the quality of the site
     
  9. Kurdo

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    Did you buy an expired domain or started with a fresh one?
     
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    If your 3-4k budget is $, I think that is a abundant one:)
    You can start to get comparative income before you run out of them
    Buying a expiring domain with decent PA/DA is a good idea and a shortcut is much better then make a new one from scratch
    I usually spend about 300$~500$ to get an old domain with long history, PR4 and PA/DA about 30+
     
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    What do you mean with comparative income? And yes, I'm planning to buy an expired domain, it will save me a lot of money in terms of SEO, that's atleast what I heard
     
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    Sorry, for my bad English:(
    I mean you income will cover your cost then:)