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Question [Amazon Affiliate/Content Upload]

Discussion in 'Other Affiliate Programs' started by shndaniel, Mar 23, 2016.

  1. shndaniel

    shndaniel Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Hi, I have some questions. So, I was planning to make an Amazon Affiliate website. Is it better if I upload the articles one after another? Or is it better to drip-feed?
    Also, from what I've seen Amazon Affiliate website's don't upload content as often as blogs that rely on Adsense. Am I right? If so, how many articles/pages do you suggest me to upload until I can stop worrying on this website and start with my next project?
    Any advice is appreciated :)
     
  2. fishwalker

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    For my Amazon sites I like to start with enough content so that it has an article or two for each of my categories that I link to off the main page. It just depends on what I have written and what type of site I'm trying to build. I've not seen anything negative from posting 12 articles in a day, especially when you are first launching a site. I've also done just a homepage and then slowly adding articles as I get them done. If you've got a stockpile of content ready to go, schedule them out so that you have a few posts a week for 6 months. Then once you have them scheduled you can move on and just check on the site as you need to. There's no easy way to say when it is time to move on. Instead, think of it this way. Is the time that you spend on your site best spent working on the site, or working on some other plan?
     
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  3. shndaniel

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    I'm at the moment working on only one site, since it's my first IM journey. But I'm planning to scale it up if I have success with this site. That's why I asked that last question. Also thanks for the answer :)
     
  4. Shree

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    I have seen that a site needs to have at least 30 to 35 pages if it's to do well in the SERPs - if you are building 100% white hat sites and not using a PBN.

    Your internal linking has to be very good - and you would not want too many pages that get no traffic on your site. You want most pages on the site to get at least some amount of traffic.