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Scaling Amazon Method

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by S1lv3rdo7, Sep 7, 2013.

  1. S1lv3rdo7

    S1lv3rdo7 Regular Member

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    Say for example you have a keyword that gets 2000 searches a month. The average conversion percentage on amazon blogs is about 3%-6% based on the threads I've seen. Would you start to expand once you meet these levels then just try to maintain?

    My point being I'm going to need about 15 of these blogs to perform at this level to reach my goal of $2,000 a month. I don't want to waste my time and resources trying to make a website perform above average when I could just build a new one to increase the income with a new keyword.

    Do you think I should start with 1 website to nail down seo, ranking methods, promotional stuff then repeat it on the following sites or just start out with a group of like 5 sites and try to get some volume so I can have the cash flow to expand?

    I'm researching amazon threads and ebooks, just trying to get an attack plan here. Thanks!
     
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    Create one site first and experiment on the different methods on how to boost ranking as well as sales. Once you have found the most suitable method then that's the time you need to scale it up maybe add 3-5 blogs and see if it still works on the other blogs.
     
  3. S1lv3rdo7

    S1lv3rdo7 Regular Member

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    That's what I was thinking. It'll take at least a month to see the results from my SEO work. I can calculate the cost/time it takes to reach the 3% or higher conversion ratio within the 2,000 search volume for example or whatever the numbers are.. Then see if it's cheaper to outsource it. I read a real good article on link pyramids with 2nd and 3rd tier

    I think people try to keep optimizing instead realizing where the peak performance is and duplicating it.