After months of struggles with few of my conventional Amazon Affiliate websites(specially after Aug'18 algo update), I decided to start afresh. I had a brandable domain parked at Namecheap. I put it live and published a few contents written by myself. The niche was Indoor Gardening number of posts I've till date is only 18. But surprisingly, 14 of them are at first page with 4-5 #1st positions(with snippets). And for past few pieces, I'm getting 1st-page ranks OVERNIGHT! I've now outranked authorities like WikiHow or Instructables. It blew my mind away! I didn't try any of the BH or even GH tactics so far. Not even a single backlink's even. While I started looking back for what exactly google liked about these contents, I found these- Ultra Low-Competitive Informative KWs The contents were created around Ultra Low Competitive informative keywords. SVs were lying between 50-1000/mo. No matter whatever the SVs are, i made sure not to select any keyword unless they've at least 8-10 potential spots at SERP. No "1 KW- 1 Article" Approach While doing content plan, i didn't go for the 1 KW-1 Article method. Instead, I took 2-4 main keywords with the same search intent. All of them were super low competitive as well. Sectonwise KW Research I did keyword research for each section of the content. As an example, for a 2500w posts, I created 8-10 sub-sections and optimized each of the sections with 1-2 relevant keywords. The optimization was all natural though. LSI Keywords I put some LSI keywords that are re technically related to the topic, and put each of them once in the content. I sorted out these KWs before I start writing. It's entirely done to provide a relevancy signal to the bot though. Variation In Anchors In the case of both inbounds and outbounds, I maintained a healthy mix of anchor text variations. Well-formatted 360-Degree Solutions This is the best part of my whole actions. while writing the articles, I tried my level best to make them 'Best' on the whole web around the targetted topic. I formatted it well, included media, kept the sentence flow jolly, and minimized grammatical error. There are some other actions that probably worked out time-to-time, but can't remember right now. Right now, analytics shows a monthly traffic of 1400+ and search console reports to touch 2300+ keywords in total. I'm eagerly waiting to hear from you guys. What do you think about the whole scenario? Any suggestion that I should add to the checklist?