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How  to Make Money with Amazon Affiliate Program
The Ultimate Guide to Make Money with Amazon Affiliate Program
How to Make Money with Amazon Affiliate Program Today I was looking back at my earliest attempts to make money from blogging. I realized that this month was my 10th year using the Amazons Associates Program How to earn money with the Amazons Affiliate Program I first heard about Amazon's affiliate program in April 2003. I was blogging for six months and I started to realize that my new hobby was to spend a little money hosting, design, etc I was newly married at that time and my budget was very poor. I realized that if I wanted to continue blogging, my blog would have to find a way to pay for itself. So I just started hunting. I started experimenting with two ways to make money from Google's AdSense program and my blog, Amazon's affiliate program. Of the two, AdSense certainly made a lot of money, but Amazon's affiliate program was also an important source of revenue.

Thirteen years later, $ 600,000

At that time, the revenue from Amazon was accurate, but the reporting system dates back to 2008. However - in 2012 (after restructuring earnings) I make the following chart of earnings (2003-2007 mentioned in Yakoema's previous post, but not exact figures) Amazon has been tracking the range of $ 50,000 to $ 60,000 a year, and Amazon income is estimated to be $ 600,000 since 2003, although we have not had much of an emphasis on it since 2012. Note: This figure was updated in March 2016. Amazon's affiliate program was not near the # 1 revenue stream, but certainly important The reason I share this result is not because I am the biggest Amazon affiliate. I have no doubt in the middle of the pack. And much bigger than me. I share this result because I've heard that in many years many bloggers are not worth writing Amazon Affiliate programs I have made this assumption based on the fact that I have never had direct contact with Amazon, and I know a few affiliates who have been in regular contact with Amazon and are well-managed and have been assigned account managers for years. In the program Why does not many people use the Amazon affiliate progra And why am I doing that.

Here are some common reasons people say they are not an Amazon affiliate:

Make Money with Amazon Affiliate Program The commission is too small. They start at 4% and can go up to 8% depending on how many products they sell for most products Because most people in Amazon buy cheap products such as books, 4% of the $ 10 products are not combined into worthy commissions Affiliate cookies stop working because people have to buy within 24 hours All of the above reasons are valid. There are other options for paying more fees (though not as many of the types of products Amazon sells). There is a program that promotes higher value products and has longer cookies ... but there are things I like about Amazon I am still the main reason for Amazon Affiliate (except for the obvious fact that it is converted for me Amazon is a trusted brand and everyone knows Amazon. If someone buys online, then Amazon should be one of the safest options. Commissions for high value products - 4% of books are not high commissions, but promoting high value products (like cameras) can make commissions better. People buy more than one item at a time. If you send someone to Amazon, you will receive a commission for the purchased item. Many people load the cart with multiple items to add commission Easy integration - Amazon provides tools and widgets that help you integrate sales channels into your website. Holiday is a boom. Amazon is doing good season sales. Christmas Thanksgiving can be promoted as a particularly beneficial time. Amazon has a variety of products - Amazon is much more than books nowadays. There are many promotional options to find out where most of your niche markets are related to your audience Obviously I would never argue that Amazon's affiliate program (or any other source of income for that matter) is perfect for every blog. But I think it is worth considering.

How to monetize with Amazon's affiliate program

  • Build traffic to your blog.
  • Build loyalty and trust with readers
  • Think about your intentions.
  • Find related products to promote
  • Capture the people on the door at the Amazon.
  • Use social security with a bestseller list
  • Use reader reviews
  • Make a real recommendation
  • Share information link
  • Context link sharing
  • Promotions, promotions and discounts
  • Share multiple affiliate links per post
  • Link image to Amazon
  • Use Buy Now button
  • Consider multiple promotions per campaign
  • Focus on the holidays
  • Promote related products
  • Pre-order Promotion
  • Promotion tracking
  • Small ticket items can be added quickly.
  • Big heading items are cream on the top
  • Let's take a closer look at each one (update: add 10 tips below).

Some Practical Tips to Make Money with Amazon Affiliate Programs

Over the years, I've written hundreds of Yakoema posts that make money through Amazon's affiliate programs. Here are some of the most powerful tips I've had based on my experience with the Amazon program in the last 10 years. I updated it to make it as relevant as I can in 2013. I would like to hear your tips and experience using the Amazon affiliate program in the comments below. I am sure there is much more I can learn.
  • Traffic volume Traffic volume
I will start from the most obvious point. One of the biggest factors in the upward trend in Amazon Affiliate revenue is traffic. As with most blogging-generating methods, the more eyeballs you see on affiliate promotions, the more likely you are to convert. Of course, this is not a type of traffic conversion, but a generalization. But the next part is beyond that If you do not get a lot of traffic, does that mean that Amazon's affiliate programs are not worth experimenting with I think it's worth using early. It does not get a heap, but it is better than learning a lot and earning a few dollars (or cents) During the first three months of using Amazon, I earned $ 31.80 (about 30 cents a day). Of course, not so much, but I wonder what happens if that small amount of money discourages me and stops trying That's right. Experiment early. Just get started - your main concern is to create great content and increase your blog traffic. Eventually, it will help you get more income from Amazon (and other sources of income) in the long run.
  • Loyalty and Trust Transformation
Make Money with Amazon Affiliate Program Another key factor in increasing your income is the type of readership you collect from your blog I get some search engine traffic, but in most cases (and there are exceptions below), search visitors have noticed that my blog does not sign up for an affiliate program. There is a loyal and repeatable reader The main reason for this is that readers who connect with you daily over long distances start to trust you (and your blog). When you make recommendations or write reviews, you are more likely to provide advice to the people you provide in the search engine links.
  • Purpose of reader
Another big factor in Amazon Affiliate conversion is your readers' intentions when they visit your blog Why are they there and why are they in the "life cycle I started to understand this in the early days of digital photography school. I saw increased traffic to the site, but I realized that the income of the Amazon affiliates did not keep up with the traffic growth I was experiencing I realized that DPS is largely a blog that shares tips on how to use the camera. As a result, it did not attract readers who were in a "buying mood." In fact, the survey shows that many readers have been on my site because they recently bought a camera and wanted to learn how to use the site. So I started to mix the content of the site with more articles related to people buying digital cameras. I wrote tips on buying a camera, reviewing digital cameras and equipment, and so on. This culminated in a new section on 'cameras and equipment Slowly there was a new type of reader on this blog, a reader studying the next camera purchase, a reader who was likely to click on a link to Amazon and likely to buy once. In order to drive search traffic that is likely to convert, we recommend creating content that engages people in the buying mood.
  • Relevance matters
This is another common sense tip that many of us are a mess. The more relevant your product is to a potential customer, the more likely they are to convert. Promote your iPod on a blog that speaks largely about spirituality and will not make much sales (believe me, I've tried). Instead, promote related books, CDs and DVDs Instead of promoting perfume on your travel blog, try travel books, baggage and other travel products. Amazon does not work on every subject, and sometimes it is difficult to find products that match the subject. Try using multiple products related to the topic and track the products that best suit your audience.
  • Open the door and let the Amazon do their work.
One of the biggest advantages of Amazon is that people are familiar and trusted sites and are very good at converting visitors into buyers. Amazon has been polishing the site to provide people with products based on their previous surfing and buying habits, and has been converted to a site that has been converted for many years As a result, if you can visit the Amazon site (for almost any reason), some of the people will buy something naturally. Cool is whether they buy it or not, regardless of whether you buy it - you still get commission I discovered that one size does not fit all. Rather, certain types of promotions of certain products work well on Amazon. I succeeded in taking people to the Amazon gate for other reasons. For example, I asked a dPS to run a post for a virtual $ 1000 reader to use a photo device, surf on Amazon and ask them to pick what they want to buy. As a result, there were 350 comments (an interesting community building movement) and quite a few sales and commissions The 'get people in the text' strategy may seem a bit mature through the 'Relevancy' tip above, but the key is to drive people in a relevant way. In my case, the readers of the photo book were going to the window shopping in Amazon for the camera If they are there, the purchases they make may be irrelevant to your blog, but they should be motivated to visit.
  • Social Security Marketing 1 - Best Seller List
People are willing to buy if they are happy, not alone, others have and are buying with them. I am sure there will be insightful psychological reasons for that, but living where I sit seems to be a community activity. One of the most powerful social proof marketing strategies I've used is to create a "best seller" type list for readers when promoting Amazon affiliate links. This list shows readers who are popular when making purchases in the community A good example of this technique is my popular digital camera and DPS's Gearpage. Update this page every few months and link it to your blog prominently. These two actions turn readers into buyers. To create a list, simply review your Amazon reports / metrics and see which products are the best selling products in your community. I classify the results into products and 'Waahaa'. We have a list of bestsellers purchased over the last few months by readers of my site The list of best sellers changes because readers know that others in the community are also buying this product. I think it is the wisdom of the crowd spirit. But it works!

String Note: The key to the "best sellers" list is to drive traffic. The two ways to do this are to link to these pages on your blog prominently and link them in other posts. This second method means that the post will not be converted for a day or two You also need to promote through social media channels because hot spot listings are often shared. Another note: Another way to create a best-sellers list is to look at what Amazon creates. You can rank products based on sales method (popularity) for all Amazon categories. This list provides hints on what products to promote, but you can easily bring them together with a list of products to add features to your site.
  • Social Security Marketing 2 - Readers Reviews
I reviewed all the photo books that appeared on the DPS. It was mainly because I could not find anyone else and I did it partially because I was a control freak But one day I had a reader to write a book review. I was sure that it would be nice to post a review because the reader is familiar with it. Like all my reviews, Amazon had affiliate links. I was somewhat skeptical about whether the review would be converted. I thought that readers would not respond well to stranger reviews of books. I was wrong. Reviews were not only transformed into ordinary reviews, but also better than usual This could be for a variety of reasons, but one reason I am controversial is that it was the way I introduced the reviewers. I did not make them "experts". I introduced DPS Reader, a general reader who wanted to think about books to help them I suspect that the concept of social security has worked a little. Readers saw that other readers would like to recommend something in a real way and get a copy for themselves. Note Interestingly, Amazon uses its own reader reviews as a major feature of the site. Why? They work!
  • Genuine Recommendations and Reviews
Make Money with Amazon Affiliate Program In addition to the "bestseller list" mentioned above, there are two main ways to promote Amazon affiliate links. The first is a 'review' of the product (the second will be covered in the next section). These links allow me or one of my people to truly test my product and provide it more than once I insist that I actually read the book, test the camera and use the software product being reviewed. I encourage them to be as naive and unbiased as possible to point out the pros and cons of the product. Despite the temptation to overstate the product and talk only about the positive things, the actual review will help your readership in the future and help promote sales. The review link works because it's common for people who want to buy a product that actually reads reviews. Go back to capturing your readers with the buying atmosphere / intention mentioned in point # 3.
  • Information link
Another type of Amazon affiliate link I use is when I mention a product I pass by and / or when a new product is announced. For example, when Nikon announced the Nikon D300, we posted the news immediately because it was a promising camera announcement. The camera is not yet available in the store, so we have not received the review sample yet, but we were able to pre-order it on Amazon so we linked. It was a link to readers who wanted to know more (prices, specs, photos, etc.) without any referrals or reviews on the link. Some readers even pre-ordered the camera on that link. Likewise, when you write for Photoshop or other post-production software, it usually includes a software link. Again, not a review link, but an info / context type link. They do not tend to switch in terms of sales, but occasionally come to the front door of the people of Amazon who can help with sales.
  • Contextual promotion is king.
One of the biggest reasons Amazon's early attempts were not simply transformed was to hit a button on the sidebar that features a product or Amazon. Amazon offered these types of banners or widgets to publishers, but they made almost every effort, but they were rarely successful. Instead - 99% of my conversions are related to Amazon links within blog posts about the product itself. Experiment with the widgets and buttons provided by Amazon. If they convert, they give you more power, but every successful blogger tells you that the contextual link works best in a blog post.
  • Promoting Special Offers, Promotions and Discounts
Amazon has few products without listed discounts. Most books offer a 30% discount off the recommended retail price, while other discounts and promotions run differently in different products or product categories. If you are involved with your audience, be aware of these promotions because it's worth it. In fact, the last time I had a special time in Amazon, I thanked the readers of the newsletter for promoting sales and emailing readers to let me know.
  • Multiple links per post
When writing a product review, I used only one affiliate link. For some reason, I thought one link would be enough. And I did not want to take the risk of annoying readers with more links. But one day I knew that my reviews were quite long, but at the end of the day people did not see a link to Amazon anymore. At this point I started experimenting with links at the top and bottom of the review. We tracked which links were the most clicked through column tracking, and we used Amazon's tracking code to more often see which ones were "turned into sales.

The results were fun:

Make Money with Amazon Affiliate Program The two affiliate links have been fairly clicked, but the links below the article are slightly more clicked (although collapsed) than the links at the top At the end of the review, the link resulted in more conversions than the top link. The people who clicked on the top link still bought (but not really) interestingly, it was not a product I reviewed. It was often a related product. People who read the product reviews got a lot of information to make a purchase decision. As a result, after reading the review, clicking on the link increases the chances of purchasing the product. Those who clicked on the top link seemed more in 'surf' mode. They clicked on fewer links because they wanted to buy it to learn more. Some have bought products from Amazon and some have bought other products.
  • These days, generally (but not always), use two links per review post.
  • The first link is typically used the first time you use the product name.
  • The second link usually has a stronger call-to-action. "Check on Amazon" or "Raise a price on XXXX" or "Buy a copy of XXXX here.

Link image to Amazon

During the heatmap tracking of where people clicked on my reviews, I noticed that there was a lot of 'click activity' on the product's images, and that there were times when the images were nothing.Note: Create a heat map using CrazyEgg. Even if you do not have a link to click, you have the option to track clicks across all areas of the page.There is something about the image that people are drawing. I started using the affiliate link to link the image to Amazon and set the conversion code to test the conversion. They have not been able to convert text links as well, but in some cases they have converted and use most of this technology to this day.

Buy Now button

This is a technology that I have tried to experiment with, although others have truly succeeded. Basically it involves using the "Buy Now" button for your post. It's a good idea to start with a review point. I wrote more about this technique. But when I heard this applied for the first time, the blogger actually used the yellow Amazon Buy Now button on his post. We've seen conversions increase due to the familiarity of buttons Again, it's not what I did, but it's worth trying.
  • Multiple promotions per campaign
I've talked about how to use multiple links in posts, but another way to increase conversions for particularly popular products is to advertise more than once over time. I only do this for very popular or expected products, but it certainly works well. The key is to find a variety of ways to talk about your product for a few weeks (or more). I will not do all of the following for a single product, but there are a few things I've done in the past When one of the camera manufacturers releases a highly-anticipated camera, it will post an announcement bulletin immediately. Amazon often has advance notice of these announcements and has pages that can be preordered on the same day when they are announced. I immediately link it to its presentation posts A few days later, I might post to the readers an article asking how they think about the camera or one of its features. For example, I recently wrote an article asking readers how to think about the idea of a camera with an inbuilt projector since the release of the Nikon Coolpix S1000pj When the camera visits your store, you can post a simple post that says it's available.
If you receive a review product, we will upload a review with the recommended product.
Enough of our readers can post products to other reader reviews.
You can also create a list of quotes for other sites that have reviewed your product.
You can import and embed a YouTube video that shows product features.
Once again - I will never perform all products as a single product, but if you have important product launches and news worth more than a month after launch, we'll cover 2-3 posts.
Make Money with Amazon Affiliate Program Readers know best about their readers, so you can see if they've posted too many of them in the same product. If you do not want to end, but you have a discussion and interest in the product, there are many ways to bring it (and promote it on Amazon) more than once.
  • Concentrate on holidays
When you read this article in Yakoema in 2009, you will find that it is bigger than the fourth quarter in a year. The reason is simple - Christmas and Thanksgiving. The only December I saw the downswing was when Google temporarily temporarily unfolded the index for the first few weeks. Every two years, both November and December showed a healthy rise (the last few deaths were huge The increase in sales around Christmas is partly a natural phenomenon, and people are more influenced by the "buying atmosphere" of the year. I want to make content related to the holiday season and utilize it Buying guides, reader questions about what buyers want to see for Christmas, a list of popular and recommended products, etc.
  • Promote related products
One of the difficulties I faced when writing regularly about the camera was that some readers were actively buying new cameras and many readers already owned one. In fact, creating a "photography tips" blog can attract more people to learn how to use a camera you already own instead of buying something new. As a result, I often make more promotions for "related products" than the camera itself. That means to promote the lens, flash, memory card and other photo accessories as well as photo books (which are closely related to my core 'tips' focus One of the best ways to get ideas for related products is to figure out which products you're buying through stats / reports from Amazon. After a while they will find that you buy other products as well as the products you promote yourself. There are a number of trends that are not entirely related to your niche market, but there are a number of trends that will tell you about other products that are worth promoting. Let's take an example of this. Here's a screenshot of some of my orders in my Amazon account. I organized them in order of how many people were sold.
  • Promote related products
What you can see on this screen is the electronic # 1 sold during this time was a Canon 50mm lens. In the "Product Link Clicks Column," you can see that people came directly to Amazon through a link to this item from your site. This was promoted by DPS But look at the next most popular product (Tiffen 52mm UV filter). You can see that there is a '0' in the 'Product Link Clicks' column. I did not promote this product directly from the DPS, but 44 people bought it. The next two items were things I promoted, but the next eight items were purchased directly by people without promoting it to me. To me, knowing things that people buy without asking me is gold Amazon can be a great product that promotes a lot of advertising, one person buys a lot of products, or sells itself for one reason or another. Whatever the reason, I'll take a closer look and see if it can be a product that needs to be promoted somehow There will soon be a post about dPS, which highlights some of the 'hot / best-selling accessories' for readers.
  • Pre-order promotion
As I've already mentioned above, one of the things I do is promote the ability to pre-order your product on Amazon Though not all products have this to happen, Amazon also creates pages about new products before they are available for purchase Every time you publish an article that announces a new camera, Amazon first checks to see if it has created a page for that product. If they do, I mention that there is already a product available for pre-order on Amazon For example, Canon used the technology a few years ago when it launched the Canon EOS 50D DSLR. This post had 10 camera sales before it even went on sale in the store. While two of them cancel the order later, $ 1000 + product sales are definitely added!
  • Campaign Tracking
A year ago I was promoting all Amazon affiliate links with a single tracking code. I was lazy and when I saw what the product was selling, I could not tell which link on the blog was being converted and which was the link. After all, I decided that I needed to know more about the meso that started tracking my campaign. Amazon can create up to 100 tracking IDs (if you sign in to Amazon Associates, this link will manage that tracking) I did not realize there was a limit up to a few years ago when I reached the peak. Amazon wants to increase it! To be honest, I think their tracking system looks pretty messy, but I think it needs to be checked. It is a good idea to test what works and what does not. Most of the stuff I wrote in other tips in this article was traced Because you have a tracking code limit of 100, it's a good idea to create a common tracking code, one for each blog, one for each category on your blog. Then use a different code for your main promotions. This way, not all Amazon links are tracked, but important ones are tracked Note: When you send an email, Amazon tells you that it provides more tracking code, but there are some steps. It is worth trying if you need more.
  • Add a small ticket entry
One of the most common criticisms of Amazon's affiliate programs is that there are too many small fees. Getting a small percentage of a $ 15 book will not reduce it to many people. Some people use it to justify not using Amazon at all, and others even promote big things I agree that these small committees are not very unique, but they do. I earned $ 506.03 from Amazon yesterday. It was actually a pretty good day. Higher than average. You may think that someone higher than a normal person sold a big ticket, but it is not. The highest commission on that day was $ 21.34. Most of the sales were from a list of photo albums recently promoted on social media Another advantage to getting smaller ticket sales is to increase your commission hierarchy. The more items you sell (perhaps the item number rather than the more $), the higher the commission is on Amazon.
  • Add a small ticket entry
Make Money with Amazon Affiliate Program When you pass the six items referenced in the screenshot above, you will notice that you are moving from a 4% commission to a 6% commission. More to mention, the commission increases. The only category of products that are not included in this product are consumer electronics (disappointing for cameramen!) In other words, you can double your commission if you refer to small ticket entries enough Note: Amazon offers two types of payment structures: Classic and Performance. Classic products have 4% flat commission, and 'performance' products have a layer. I do not know why you should choose 'Classic' but please select 'Performance.
  • The big ticket item is cream on the top.
While promoting small ticket entities is highly recommended to increase sales and commission figures, large ticket promotions are also worth targeting In my experience, they are not only able to switch to inexpensive items as well as close ones, but if you do, you can make a big profit. As someone who promotes a camera that can be sold for thousands of dollars, I received a single fee in the range of hundreds of dollars (even if the fee is limited to 4% for consumer electronics) Here are some smaller, but still important, examples from last week The big ticket item is cream on the top. Ticket items larger than this certainly do not sell as many books as books, but contribute a significant sum to the total revenue for that month.

Top additional tips for using the Amazon Affiliate program

We want to share the 10 more generic general tips and principles that will help you monetize Amazon's affiliate programs to end this ultimate guide.

Time is an important factor.

As mentioned at the beginning of this guide, Amazon's $ 420,000 + is over 10 years old Over the last five years, I've earned more than $ 50,000 a year in the Amazon, but the first three years did not have any income, but it took me five years to get it to that level. This was partly due to increased traffic. I think it's because I regularly include affiliate links in my posts. I do not promote Amazon on every post, but on average I would like to say that I link to Amazon in at least 4-5 posts. It adds 200-250 posts per year and over 2000 posts per year over the last 10 years These posts serve as the gateway to the Amazon site. As the number of articles increased, blogs ranked higher on Google and the number of loyal readers increased. The number of people passing through these 'gateways' has increased and their income has increased.

Early start

Bloggers are encouraged to use Amazon's affiliate programs early. While this does not translate your blogs into great ones in the early days, it will fill your store with links that you can convert over the years as your blog becomes popular. Another good thing about starting early is that you will learn a lot about affiliate marketing. Most of the lessons and tips you share in this series of posts are a direct experiment with Amazon's affiliate programs. I did not know much in the early days and made a lot of mistakes, but every time I messed up, I learned another lesson that could make Amazon income an important part of my business.

Widget and aStore Experiment

We already mentioned that we rely heavily on situational links to promote our products. I consider this proposal the best transition, but I know a few bloggers who have successfully integrated various widgets Amazon offers to its affiliates. Likewise - I know readers who use aStore as a tool to create their own little online store using Amazon's technology. I think it's important to experiment with the tool and see what works best for your audience. If you've used some of these widgets, I'd like to see an example of where they've been working for you - share the link below to learn everything!

Transparency with readers

There is always a debate about transparency when affiliate marketing starts. Do you have to disclose whether your link is an affiliate affiliate: An affiliate site markets products or services that are actually sold by another website or business in exchange for fees or commissions. The answer to this depends in part on your position. If you live in the US, you need to disclose it to the FCC, but not in other countries. Each blogger will ultimately take his position on this, and it is important to address his ethics, the flow of the site, and the things that fit the law. Because I am in Australia, I do not have to do anything by law. (I am saying that there may be a change in this.) I do not reveal every single Amazon link on my photo blog, but do I have a disclaimer / public page on my blog? When you do a "bestseller list", always include disclaimers in the post if the entire page is full of affiliate links. I have written to the DPS many times about how links to Amazon give us money and help the site keep growing and becoming free. I first mentioned this to my readers and at first I was expecting repulsion, but at first I was nervous. But most readers not only accepted it, but also encouraged us. Indeed some of our readers will always click on one of our links in DPS if they make a purchase on Amazon! Transparency is not as hard as you might think (it may vary slightly depending on your audience) Here is a link to the Amazon affiliate from Yakoema. That's because there are a small number of them, and here the readers know more about affiliate programs. (You do not have to explain what an affiliate link is every time I mention it.)

Do not exaggerate actions.

When you engage in any affiliate affiliate: An affiliate site markets products or services that are actually sold by another website or business in exchange for fees or commissions. I have been criticized for years of taking this view by a group of bloggers who seem to have prioritized "making money at all costs." You can earn money by remembering things that you definitely promote without focusing on quality content or the building community, but my approach is always to make you think first I do this because I want to build a solid reputation and faithful readership of people who believe in me. Rather than spend a lot of money and make a lot of money, you can meet your readers again. For me, this comes from my belief that acquiring a good profile and reputation in the long term as well as my ethics will lead to other opportunities for profit. The problem with drug addiction is that you set expectations more than the product you recommend can provide. This may lead to sales, but it also leads to disappointment and anger - the loss of readers - such as damage to reputation.

Choose high quality products

This follows the last point, but it is worth mentioning on its own. The success (or failure) of the Amazon Affiliate Program depends on the product of your choice. When promoting quality, it's much easier to become a genuine copy of reviews and recommendations, leading to conversions and commissions. If possible, test products that can guarantee quality anywhere (or find someone who can make the product).

Bold

One of the repeating themes you hear is that you do not have to worry too much about Amazon links I have always shared this interest, but as I have seen so far, few readers existed. Perhaps it's because I've carefully chosen the product I'm promoting, or because I'm promoting these links in posts based on reader feedback. I think it's less than 10 times when people on my photo site ask a link. In fact, as I said above, I was able to give more positive feedback to people than people. I think that too many promotions will react negatively to make your promotion a little subtle, but in general you can handle more than you can think of. Note: I think that it is likely that readers will be backwards, depending on their readership. For example, at Yakoema, I get a few more negative feedback from readers about affiliate promotions. I think Yakoema readers are paying a bit more attention to this issue and suspect some of the affiliate marketing going on around the web.

Localized audience? See Regional Amazon

Make Money with Amazon Affiliate Program Sometimes another comment is that Amazon.com does not perform well for blogs and sites that have traffic from countries outside of the United States. First, it's not entirely true. I had a blog with almost all Australian traffic before, and it was reasonably well converted with Amazon. Amazon offers some of its products in Australia and other countries (books, CDs, etc.), so it is effective when promoting those products. Of course I always missed the bigger ticket electronics that were not shipped outside the US. This was part of an effort to launch a digital photography school with viewers around the world. Secondly - If your traffic is localized in the country where the Amazon store itself is, subscribe to and promote it in your store's affiliate program. One of the UK photo sites does not help much to promote the British version of Amazon. I also know a blog that adds two links to every post he does. One is American and the other is a UK store. I've also heard that some people use local targeting tools to find their country of origin and provide localized links.

Convert topics differently

One forum I met was discussing my previous articles and many people reported that Amazon did not work on their site (I was wondering if they were telling the truth about my earnings). As I dived a little deeper, it became clear why I did not succeed at Amazon when I saw their site. Some topics naturally fit well with Amazon. After all, Amazon is a product-related affiliate program, so it only works when people buy things. If your blog is on a topic that is not naturally connected to the people who buy it, it will be a tough fight. In my experience, this blog is the best product for Amazon. Most blogs probably have at least some possibilities (for example, links to related books or computers or electronic tools from time to time, for example in Yakoema, can be useful for bloggers). But the reality is that this blog will never be converted to my photo site as Amazon.

Keep an eye on the Amazon.

Make Money with Amazon Affiliate Program My last tip is to watch what Amazon does. There are two meanings. Learn from them - be a regular user of Amazon. You do not have to be an active buyer, but pay special attention to how you regularly surf the site and promote your products on the site Amazon has spent many years perfecting the technology of online sales and learn a lot about online marketing. They have continually tested a variety of ways to promote their products and have significantly improved the site over the years. See how to promote related products, use reader reviews, and see which widgets you use to see how to describe your product. You would be in a better position to sell the products you recommend before you see the page you are sending people to before you do it.

Beware of Opportunity - Earlier in this guide I mentioned that there are many promotional Amazon sites available on their site. Some of these are promoting directly to affiliates. For example, they regularly send emails to promote their latest promotions to Associate members. They also run blogs equally When you read your blog and receive an email, you'll see promotions that offer readers discounts, as well as where to offer bonus commissions for some products or categories. Not all of them are related to your niche market, but some will rely on them over time However, there are other opportunities you can still use that do not promote as an affiliate. For example, today I surfed on Amazon and viewed the Camera Deals page. This page is a sales page that promotes deals running on digital cameras. This page has a pretty good deal worth promoting on my photo blog. This is just one of many promotions that Amazon always runs on their site. Pay attention to what they are doing on the site in relation to your niche market. Then you can find good stuff to promote. The more you watch the way Amazon promotes your product to readers, the better you can tell them how to do the same.

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