So I've tried something similar before where I started a website and tried to get the ball rolling, unfortunately I managed to get over 3k pageviews per month not long after the site launched (less than 6 months) however I wasn't able to convert anyone to amazon products in the niche, even with private networks people just weren't converting because it was a widely available product. And as such, I just gave up on the website because it was a waste of time. The first mistake was marketing a widely available product on any nearby shop or supermarket, that and the fact that it wasn't expensive at all. This time I'm focusing on something I've already succeeded in. I'm currently selling my old website on flippa for 2K which has been earning me money since 2016, it was only earning between 30-100$ per month now but normal months were 100-200$ and even as high as 300-400$, one month having reached 1.8k $ back in 2016. WIth these 2k I'll put 500$ on the site to fund 2 or 3 new sites, however, I don't plan on starting all of them at the same time nor do I plan to waste my money, I'll be doing EVERYTHING myself by hand, including writing all the content. I've succeeded in making a website that has been earning me money since 2016 thus, I'll focus on the same niche but targetting different keywords, it's also something I moderately enjoy writing about so that will make things easier. Strategy I plan to follow: - Find 100-500 MS keywords regardless of being informational or buyers intention type of keywords, objective is to find keywords where forums are ranking #1 for, thus, easy to outrank, I want to gain authority and this is the way. - Content, content, content. I'll try my best to be on top of the game in terms of content quality & user intent even though I suck at that right now honestly. - Hit 50 articles for super low competition keywords then proceed making more sites and repeat the process. Once the site starts gaining traction I can start aiming for better keywords. Informational Articles = adsense monetization, buyers intent = Amazon.