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Which service in the market place is best to promote a t-shirt?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Vadevious, Apr 21, 2017.

  1. Vadevious

    Vadevious Newbie

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    This would be an amazon link. I could mock up an ad etc if needed.
     
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    Anyone? :S
     
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    What exactly are you looking for here?

    You have a T-Shirt on Amazon you're selling?

    Have you identified a keyword you wish to rank for?

    You've got a couple of options. You could promote it on facebook and do some split testing. Alternatively, you could use a service like this - https://www.blackhatworld.com/seo/a...r-product-listing-ranked-1-guaranteed.928733/

    There are a number of threads to do with Teespring/Merch by Amazon on the boards here that I'm sure will be super helpful for you.
     
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    Thanks for getting back to me.

    Yes I have identified the required keywords. Is there a service that promotes on FB for me?

    Yes I've seen the merch threads, I've got no issues with listings etc I just don't want to rely solely on organic traffic while I'm in the low upload tier :)
     
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    https://www.blackhatworld.com/seo/z...ement-targeted-real-users-for-pennies.610134/

    There are a few others, my suggestion would be to optimise your listings and go from there. Just reinvest the profits and keep scaling up.

    Have you done any split testing for your facebook ads yet or are you just solely looking to outsource everything and you've not run any campaigns yet?

    Have a little browse over the marketplace. Heck, on facebook itself see what niche related pages there are and see if you can come to some sort of arrangement with the page owners. The same with other websites in the same niche. You've got a lot of options, go and explore them.
     
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    Wow definitely not prepared to spend as much money as the one above o_o

    I have not ran any campaigns just yet but I'm definitely considering it. Thanks for all your help!
     
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    Don't get alarmed or put off when split testing your campaigns. It can cost to find the audience and the product. It's to be expected.

    Personally, I would reinvest and optimise my Amazon listings. Keep pushing designs and remove the ones that aren't working. It's not about making money overnight, it's about consistency and focus.
     
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    Thanks. I think my main worry at the moment is that I can't scale due to the limit - which is why I wanted to get the 10 or so sales required to tier up and be able to diversify a bit.