26 Jul

Amazon Affiliate Site to FBA Business

Today’s post I get into the weeds of how to analyze an affiliate site you either own or are considering buying to convert to an Amazon FBA model.

Big Disclaimer – I have not fully verified this model… I have one successful win under my belt with this strategy and another business which is struggling a little with this conversion. So although I have successfully done this once and watched others do it there is risk(like all business)!


Basic Strategy – What is the heck am I talking about?

This strategy is the basic strategy I followed to build and sell an Amazon Affiliate Site and Amazon (Fulfilled By Amazon / Private Label Product) business in 8 months with a 530% return and made $334k including sales price and net earnings.  See the full case study here – how to sell Amazon FBA business.

  • Step 1 – Build or buy an affiliate site that is generating sales of a product you believe you can source and private label yoruself
  • Step 2 – Start an Amazon FBA business leveraging your affiliate website to drive traffic to your sales page.

What if you own  an affiliate site and are considering using it to build an FBA Business? Although a lot of the details in this post gets talked about as if you are looking to buy a website. If you own an affiliate site and are considering following this approach the same analysis below is valid to estimate the potential opportunity.


What I Will Share in This Post:

  1. How to analyze the potential of an affiliate site for an FBA business
    • A – 10 Point Checklist Weighted Average Matrix to evaluate if the site could work
    • B – How to get and analyze the data to estimate potential sales driven by affiliate site
    • C – Assumptions to use to based on my experience to gauge the impact Amazon organic sales will have
  2. Run the numbers (what is the expected net profit for the FBA business?)
  3. Spreadsheet I use to do this analysis – Free Download (Completed for One fake Site)
  4. A clever/slight twist on the Affiliate to FBA conversion model


ONE – How to analyze the potential of an affiliate site for an FBA business

A – 10 Point Checklist and Weighted Average Matrix To Evaluate Multiple Opportunities

Whether you own the affiliate site or are looking to buy one here are 10 key questions including their weighting in order of importance(from my perspective) to help evaluate the potential opportunity.

  1. Product can be easily sourced
  2. Not a restricted product (weapon, ecig, liquor, uranium)
  3. Similar Private Label Product Selling on Amazon
  4. Website Focused on a specific product
  5. Price point of product $20min to $40+ ideal
  6. Target $3k/month minimum amazon associate income
  7. Product is small/light (not oversized & cheaper shipping)
  8. Traffic Growing
  9. Industry Growing (easy to check with Google Trends)
  10. Backlink Profile & Risk


B – How to get and analyze the data to estimate sales

In order to determine the size of an opportunity, there is some critical data that is needed.

The key question we are trying to answer with this step in the process is saying…

“How many sales of a similar product to the one we could source does this website drive per month?”

This is a key piece of the equation when working on the next step.

So here are the detailed step-step instructions.

  1. Get the data – Login to Amazon associates account, go to reports, click on download reports, select max relevant date range and all associate tags attached to one website, download report
  2. Slice the data up using some excel tricks – Open the spreadsheet in Excel, sort all the orders by the date, create a pivot table with (filter on for relevant categories, row label = names, values = sum of items shipped). This pivot table will now show you how much of every product the site has sold. The next step is to copy that pivot table into a new tab and paste it as text then filter on the quantity so you can see the number of each unit that has been shipped starting with the most.
  3. Group the data based on the type of product your could replace – Based on looking at this table make some assumptions on the number of a similar product

Simplified Example – Download the template at the bottom of this post


The result for this step is that we can say in our fake example that our website sells around 500 3D Printing Pens in the given time period (for the purposes of this example assume 1 month)

C – Assumptions to use to based on my experience

Back when I first launched my affiliate site to FBA case study I shared several assumptions I made well before I knew if they would be true. Some held and some didn’t, however based on a very small sample size here are the assumptions I am using to evaluate a sites potential…




TWO – Run the Numbers – What is The Potential Profit?

For this section we just punch the numbers we have collected into the summary tab on the spreadsheet and it provides a very rough approximation of what kind of volume and net profit the business is going to do.

YES – I know this is simplistic and there are many ways to get into more detail (which I do in the template) but when evaluating any potential opportunity this is great way to start!


So after this analysis a Printing Pen (no I didn’t check if any of these numbers were reasonable) would be able to generate an additional $4k/month net profit if the little affiliate site added an FBA arm to it.

THREE – Spreadsheet I use to do this analysis – Free Download (Completed for One Site)

To get the same template I used to do my analysis on this “fake” site for the post or many other potential acquisitions simply click on the link below…

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FOUR – What About Buying Both an FBA Business and Complimentary Affiliate Website

Slight Twist – Eric from DigitalStrats made the interesting suggestion that flipping the model would deal with a few of the downsides of my suggested model… meaning buy an FBA business and then add on acquiring Amazon Affiliate sites in the space. This would result in a much faster return on the investment since you would see the increase in earnings immediately. There are 3 main downsides to this model I currently see…


  1. The time until you realize your return is higher… as soon as you point a related affiliate site at your FBA business you will see the benefit.
  2. If you can acquire both your probability of success for the overall investment goes up vs acquiring just one. This is mainly due to there being fewer unknowns that could derail the business.


  1. Total investment required would be more substantial
  2. The ability to find complimentary affiliate sites and FBA sites all willing to sell is tricky
  3. The return on your investment is lower than if you completely added the FBA side potentially


Wrap Up

I hope me sharing this method and spreadsheet for quickly evaluating the potential is helpful to some of you. Although one of my recent migrations is not going as planned I still strongly believe in this model and am looking forward to continuing to

If you are doing anything cool in this space please let me know I always like connecting and learning.

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15 Apr

[Step by Step Guide] How to Find Your Niche's Best Selling Amazon Affiliate Products

There’s two reasons why you’ll be reading this post:

You have picked your niche already and now need to know which (Amazon) affiliate products to sell that will make you money.

Or you’re simply looking for hot selling Amazon affiliate products so you can then turn those products into your niche.

You’re in the right place…

We recently showed you how to find a niche with large profit potential on Amazon

Simply by checking out your own personal Amazon book suggestions and researching how well their overall product rank is when it comes to Amazon sales.

And so if you’re into selling books, you’d probably already have a few items to add to your site’s product list.

But we all know that people don’t just buy books for their hobbies, health needs, or exercise regime.

Which is why in this post you’ll uncover what the other Amazon’s best-selling products in your discovered niche are.

Simply by following along with our step by step guide.

So you can maximize your profit, by selling the things that people are 100% interested in buying, instead of just guessing at it.

Because when you know the best selling Amazon products in your niche you can promote them and be sure they’ll sell. (See more niche research posts here)

The first thing for you to do is go to Amazon.com right now.

So you can follow along step by step with me as you go through this post.

And at the end we’ll both have found the best selling products in our niche.

Which we can start promoting on our sites and making affiliate commissions from.

Sound good?

Well if you’ve opened Amazon.com up already.

Then let’s do it…


What You’ll Learn

  • Where to find Amazon’s best seller list and why it matters.
  • How to narrow down the main list to your specific niche so you get the REAL products your audience want.
  • How to double-check if the products listed are a good fit for your site.
  • Where to find complementary products that also sell well so you can maximize your income.


(P.S. If you’d like to download a free list of 1244 expensive Amazon products click here or the image below)


1. Start With the Best Sellers To Find Your Most Profitable Products

Amazon makes finding the best-selling products site-wide and across all their niches incredibly easy.

The first thing you need to do though, is open the Amazon Best Sellers Page. ( <- You can follow that link.)


best selling amazon products


You’ll see what’s currently getting the most sales in the main categories of Amazon, but since your niche site probably isn’t as broad as “Toys and Games” or “Electronics,” you’ll need to dig a little deeper.

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2. Choose Your Niche’s Broad Category

On the left-hand side of the screen, choose the broad category your site fits under.

For example, if you had a niche site about photography, you’d click on the “Camera & Photo” category.


best selling amazon products


You can see that the Fujifilm Instant Mini cameras and film strips are at the top of the list, along with the GoPro HERO4.

If you talk about trends in mainstream photography, these mini cameras and their film would make great products to write about and link back to.


3. Get to the Products Your Readers Care About Most

But maybe your readers don’t really care about whatever camera teenagers are using these days and care more about their serious, professional photography business.

No worries. You can narrow down to get those best-selling products too.


best selling amazon products


In the right-hand menu, you can see that underneath the category you’re currently in niches down even further, and you can choose one that would best fit the buying desires of your target audience.


best selling amazon products


Once you get there, you can niche down to even more specific product items that all sell really well on Amazon. Why? Because they’re the top sellers.

Here, you start to see the categories for the actual specific products true professional photographers (or serious hobbyists) would be looking for.

Things like darkroom supplies, filters, flash accessories, remote controls, and tripods.


best selling amazon products


You can even narrow it down to talk about and sell the specific chemicals they need in their darkroom… while featuring only those products you already know have a great success rate of selling on Amazon.


best selling amazon products

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4. Double-Check the Product

Let’s say on your niche site for serious photographers that you’re writing a tutorial for first-timers in the dark room, and you want to make sure you link to plenty of products to maximize your earning potential.

It only makes sense then that you’d probably link to the #1 product listed under Camera & Photo > Accessories > Darkroom Supplies > Chemicals.

But when I click on the product to look at the description and read the reviews, I see this:


best selling amazon products


And this:


best selling amazon products


It’s primarily listed as a hair dye and people are talking about using it to tint their eyebrows… not their pictures in a dark room.

Even if this chemical can be used in a dark room (I have no idea)

It’s probably best to avoid listing on your site unless you’re positive that 100% of your readers are total photo connoisseurs and already know what you’re talking about.

In which case, such a tutorial probably wouldn’t be necessary for them.

Product number two on Amazon’s Best Seller List for this category though, is right on the money:


best selling amazon products


Beyond the few off-handed comments on how well this product also works as a cleaner for showers and gravestones (you never know what you’ll find on the internet)

Everything about this product listing yells photography… which is what you want.

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5. Make Sure It Meets Certain “Easy-to-Buy” Criteria

This criteria may not apply if you’re intentionally advocating an expensive product.

But if you’re trying to get your readers to fill up their Amazon shopping carts and buy everything you suggest, try sticking to this criteria for the top-selling products you choose:

  • A price of $50 or less
  • Less than 3 pounds in weight

While these items may be important purchases, a lower price and smaller size make them easier to purchase on a whim and don’t require a lot of thought towards the justification of their purchase.


6. Check Out the “Also Bought” Section

Amazon is really, really good at selling.

So every time a customer checks out a product, they have a section directly underneath the product description showing related products that make nice complements to the product currently being considered.

This encourages more shopping and higher checkout values.

For you, though, it can be a great way to suggest product pairings in conjunction with the best-selling products you’re talking about on your site.


best selling amazon products

Beyond the chemicals, this also bought section suggests lots of hardware needed for darkroom development… a goldmine if you’re putting together a how-to tutorial on the subject.


And even though the products shown might not be “bestsellers” themselves, you know that they are good enough products that lots of people within your niche are still buying them anyway, so they’re worth listing.

You’ve just found a selection of best selling Amazon products in your niche.


(P.S. If you’d like to download a free list of 1244 expensive Amazon products click here or the image below)


Find More Desirable Products to Sell

If you’ve got a niche site making money from Amazon already, I’m sure you’ve already found some decent products to promote.

(You can check out our members area if you don’t have a niche yet, and check out the 150+ niche reports we have there with 6 new being added every month)

But when go go the route of starting from Amazon’s Best Seller list, do you find anything else that should be on your product promotion list?

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28 Feb

17 Things You Should Think About Before Starting a Niche Site But Probably Won’t

A niche site that makes thousands of dollars for me while I sleep and eat fresh coconuts on beaches in Thailand?

Um, yes. That’s my dream.

And I’m pretty sure you’d be able to describe your passive income dream with just as much or even more detail.

While sitting around and daydreaming about the end result is certainly fun, it doesn’t actually do anything to make those dreams a reality.

No, we actually need to get behind a computer, buy a domain, and publish some pages of niche-based content.

It takes serious thought, planning, and elbow grease to get the passive income ball to budge an inch, let alone get it rolling for the long haul.

(Learn how to create a review website here)

That’s not to say it isn’t possible, but if you’re new to the idea of launching a niche site, just know that you’ll be far more successful if you take the time to at least consider the following questions:


What You’ll Learn

  • How to define who you target audience is and where to find them on the internet.
  • What money-related issues you should consider.
  • What you should take time to plan in regards to getting traffic.
  • How to stop wasting time later and get everything right from the start.
  • 17 things I guarantee you never thought about and no one else will tell you before you get started.


(P.S. If you’d like to download a free list of 101 expensive affiliate niches click here or the image below)


1. Who is your target audience?

Just because you’re the most passionate person in the world when it comes to scuba diving gear doesn’t mean the rest of the internet shares your enthusiasm for that particular sport.

Or that enough people are looking to buy wetsuits and tanks to sustain yourself on Amazon affiliate sales.

(Check out how to make your own coupon website)

So think creatively beyond “people who are passionate about scuba diving every weekend” and think more in terms of people who have broader interests that might include scuba diving as well.

People who are passionate about marine life, for example. Or tourists visiting the coast. Or beach bums who like to explore the ocean’s depths every once in a while.

Decide the range of who you will target so you know who to write your blog posts and on-site content for, and where to focus your marketing efforts.

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2. Where will your traffic come from?

Because honestly, you can optimize your pages for keyword-based SEO all day long and twice on Sunday and still not get the kind of traffic you need to make your niche site sustainable.

No, you’ll need another strategy beyond writing keyword-based content to get interested readers on your site.

To give yourself a boost, go ahead and stand on someone else’s shoulders for a while… there’s bound to be groups of people that avidly share their interest in your niche on Twitter, Pinterest, and Facebook. Why not interact with them and find ways to benefit them within the space they’re already hanging out in so they’ll be naturally interested in coming to your site?

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3. What are some other popular niche sites adjacent to yours?

A big part of online success—especially in getting your first swarms of traffic—comes from networking and recommendations from other influential people online.

We’re not talking about your competitors here, but people who do still share some of your same target audience that would happily visit your site.

For example, if you run a blog that’s all about cooking and sharing your at-home gourmet recipes, you might want to check out some family life and parenting blogs.

Brainstorm a handful of these sites and start commenting on the posts there and interacting with the blogger herself on social media.

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4. How will you make money?

Though your number one purpose in setting up this site is to make money, a little thought into exactly how that money will be generated and added to your bank account will be helpful… especially in constructing an impromptu business plan that changes as your business grows.

For the time being, you might simply want to rely on the easiest-to-implement methods like AdSense and Amazon affiliate links.

These are very easy ways to get started and you’ll notice your income growing as your traffic does.

But think a little further down the line too… particularly about some sort of monthly recurring income model (like a subscription or membership site), as that’s some of the easiest passive income to make, even though it does take a while to get the setup running.

The sooner you start working on that kind of model, the sooner you’ll start profiting.

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5. What’s a realistic income goal?

The big picture goal is usually pretty clear for most of us: make enough money so we can replace our incomes and quit our jobs.

It’s a great goal, but it isn’t tangible.

Realize that you may only be making $20 per month from Amazon three months in and have a plan with real, specific numbers on how you’ll grow that from $20 to $200, then from $200 to $2,000.

You might not meet each milestone perfectly, but when there’s a clear number goal in mind, you’ll be much more likely to achieve it.


mind tools setting goals“[Setting goals] focuses your acquisition of knowledge, and helps you organize your time and your resources so that you can make the very most of your life,” said Mind Tools. “By setting sharp, clearly defined goals, you can measure and take pride in the achievement of those goals, and you’ll see forward progress in what might previously have seemed a long pointless grind.”


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6. How many hours per week will you commit to your new niche site?

If you work a full-time job that has a 30 minute commute both ways, that’s at least 9-10 hours of time out of your day.

Add in sleeping, meal prep, and getting ready for work and for bed, and you’re up to at least 20 hours, leaving you only 4 hours to have a social life, relax, and work on your niche site.

Because burn out and discouragement from burn out is a very real thing when working for yourself, make sure you’re realistic about how much time you have to commit to your site and the things you’ll be able to accomplish in that time.

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7. Do you have an exit plan from your current job?

This might be big dreaming, especially if you’re making less than $100 per month from your niche site at first, but you’ll want to know how you’ll plan to leave your current job when the time comes.

I’m not suggesting you plan some epic quitting notice that burns bridges, but maybe you could write out the two-week notice email you’ll send to your boss. (Just don’t send it yet!)

This is more of a psychological trick to motivate and propel you forward than it is anything else, but it’s very powerful… similar to the way vision boards help people.


oprah“You have to have a vision and a plan to execute so every step moves you in the direction [of your dreams].” –Oprah Winfrey



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8. What will you do with your first earnings?

Let’s say you hit a huge stroke of luck and profit $200 in your first month.

Will you put it in your pocket and treat your family?

Or will you invest it back into your site to grow it even further by buying a popup plugin and some ads?

Neither answer is wrong, it’s all about your own priorities.

But knowing why you want that extra money and what you’ll do with it will make sure you keep your site-based priorities straight.

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9. How much will this site cost you? And what’s your monthly budget?

After you pay for hosting, a domain name, and web site templates, your budget may very well be $0 if you can’t afford much.

But you really do need to face the reality that running a website is not free, and even if you bootstrap everything else, you will have to pay for your domain name and hosting on a yearly basis.

But, you may be able to spend an extra $100 per month showing ads of your content to relevant people on Facebook or Pinterest via sponsored posts.

If you have a monthly investment budget to start out with, know what it is so you can plan how to spend it to get the most bang for your buck.

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10. What are your year one traffic and income goals?

Remember, “enough money to quit my job” is not a specific enough goal to create milestones based on.

If you have a target date for when you want to quit your job, say, a year and a half from now, figure out how much money you’ll need to make per month for that to happen.

Remember to cover your current take-home income, taxes, health insurance, and any other benefits currently covered by your employer. And factor in a cushion of at least 10%.

Then, based on realistic numbers you see around the internet, figure out how much traffic that means you’ll need and do backwards math from there for how much you’ll need to increase your traffic and your income quarter by quarter and month by month.

It’s not the end of the world if you don’t meet your goals one month, but it does give you something to drive you forward.


Stuart Walker Referee“Work out the end goal; i.e. what you want your business to look like and achieve further down the line when it’s at it’s peak, said Stuart in his post on running NicheHacks for 18 months. “A stand alone blog doesn’t make much if any money, it’s just a collection of blog posts on the internet.”


You need to know specifically what you want to achieve beyond “making money online” and plan backwards to make sure it happens.

Because when you have something specific to reach towards, you’re much more likely to take the strategic, pin-pointed steps you need than if you have a generic goal that’s easy to get lost in.

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11. From where & how will you earn your backlinks?

Backlinks are a powerful way to grow a website… so much so that Brian Dean created an entire website around that concept.

They help contribute SEO “juice” to your site, boosting your search engine rankings, and they almost always send a solid portion of the host site’s audience over to your site.

I’d suggest creating guest blog posts for those adjacent blogs you listed out in question #3, as I’ve found them to be super helpful.

But maybe blogging’s not your thing, and that’s fine.

But it is really important to consider how you’ll start obtaining back links after your site is live—and equally important to consider and write down what you won’t do, so you don’t cross your own moral standards and get into black hat SEO territory.

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12. How much time do you have to spend on content?

Similar to knowing how much time you have to spend on your site in general, it’s important to know how much time you have to spend on writing the actual home page, blog posts, and product pages you’ll host on your site.


Because content is the thing that drives the life of a niche site.

If you want to attract people who are interested in buying products related to your niche to your site, you’ve simply got to create content that’s interesting to them and place it on your site to lure them there.

Alternatively, if you don’t want to spend any time writing, you’ll need to set a content budget and decide on the level of quality you’re going after with your content.

(Hint: the better it is, the more expensive it gets.)

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13. And what type of content will you create?

Even if you’re basing the vast majority of your content strategy around a blog (nothing wrong with that), what kind of blog posts will you produce?

Will they be short, quick product reviews? Long, in-depth tutorials with loads of screenshots? Q & A interviews with experts more famous than you are?

It’s important to think about.

Especially if you want to get the most out of the time you spend on your content, like you figured out with the last question.

Simply sitting down to write “a blog post for the survival niche” for example, probably isn’t going to yield the best results.

You might have some interesting stats and figures, but it probably won’t be that stand-out content that visitors will want to keep coming back for.

Fortunately, taking the time to think out what type of content you’ll create (and your deadlines for creating it) will make the time and money you put into your content efforts much more effective.

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14. Will you be a high price & low volume site, or a low price & high volume site?

Lots of people buy books about running an online business from Amazon, for example. But very few people fork out hundreds of dollars per month for high-level business website hosting.

The money you make as an Amazon affiliate from selling one book might be $0.50, but the money you make as sn affiliate from selling one high-end, expensive website hosting could be a few hundred dollars.

(Make a price comparison site with this guide)

The books are much easier to sell, sure, but that doesn’t necessarily mean they’re more profitable.

And even though both products serve the same niche, the way you go about selling each one is completely different.

Being profitable selling books means you’ll need to put in a lot more work when it comes to traffic generation, but being profitable selling higher-ticket items means it’ll take a lot more work in setting up on-site content funnels to educate the visitors you do have so they make smart buying decisions in their business.

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15. How will you convert visitors once they land on your site?

It would be wonderful if someone bought something from you every time they visited and bookmarked your site to come back to every week.

But I think we all know that’s not how the internet works.

People come to your site.

Maybe they read something, maybe they don’t. And then they’re gone, most likely forever.

But if you’re able to convert them into newsletter subscribers, then there’s a way that you can keep them interested in your site… by sending them emails every once in a while to remind them how great your content and deals are.

NicheHacks, for example, uses plenty of popups to make this happen.

But beyond that, once you have people as subscribers, you definitely want them to buy from you or off of one of your affiliate links.

Crafting in-depth tutorials with affiliate links to paid resources works really well if you don’t have your own product yet. (Create your own coupon website here)

But so does an email sequence building up to a launch of your own digital product: either a single-purchase ebook or something more long-term like a subscription software or membership area.

Hint: Popups work well for turning visitors into subscribers, and email sequences work well for turning subscribers into buyers. Easiest (& most effective) formula I know. 

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16. What affiliate programs will you sign up for?

Amazon is pretty much a given—even if you are selling those higher-ticket items, it never hurts to add in some hypertext here and there to point people to interesting resources and products that Amazon sells.

But even though Amazon features so many products, they don’t exactly have the highest commission rates for their affiliates.

For example, here’s a few affiliate programs and their commission rates:

  • Amazon: 4% to 8.5%, depending on volume of products sold
  • ClickBank: up to 75%, depending on seller policies
  • ShareASale: 4.5% to 40% depending on seller policies

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17. How will you make sure you optimize for SEO like you should?

If you’re like most new niche marketers, you do not have a heavy background in internet marketing.

That doesn’t mean success it isn’t possible, but it does mean that you need to make sure you cover yourself where you can… especially when it comes to your SEO setup, which will help you with getting free search engine traffic.

An easy (and free) way to do this is to add the Yoast SEO plugin to your WordPress site and fill in the fields every time you create a new page or blog post.


yoast seo plugin

This is how the Yoast plugin works—it lets you put in your focus keyword and shows you ways to improve your on-page SEO for that particular phrase. Very handy.


doug cunnington“It’s easy to be tantalized by the fact that Pat Flynn is making well over half a million dollars a year,” said Doug Cunnington, “but the reality is, it’s a grind—even for Pat Flynn.”


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Start Thinking & Work Smarter on Your Niche Site

A lot to think about, no?

(See this start here page if you’re just starting out)

It can seem like a lot, but don’t let it overwhelm you to the point of doing nothing.

Because doing nothing isn’t going to get you anywhere closer to your passive income goals.

Instead, look at these 17 questions as considerations that will help you work smarter towards your goals.

The thing is, getting niche sites to make money for you does take work, so the smarter you work, the better off you’ll be.

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19 Apr

Discover How An Expert Affiliate Marketer Performs His Amazon Keyword Research

keyword researchThis is a guest submission by Dan Thompson, the co-founder of mylocalseo.ca,

Keyword Research: The Backbone of Any Niche or Authority Site

“Find niche/topics/keywords to target” was the number #1 obstacle for readers of Niche Pursuits.

There is a ton of information about this topic – so why are we struggling with keyword research?

Look, here are the issues:

Issue #1: Article Age: If I were starting out I wouldn’t trust an article from 2011. If you’re new to this, you’re going to have a LOT of questions. “Is this information still relevant” shouldn’t be one of them.

Issue #2: Subtopic: The majority of the articles that aren’t outdated aren’t focused on niche or authority sites. Performing keyword research for a business or start-up is dramatically different than performing KW research for a niche site.

Issue #3 Extremely Thin Content: A lot of the articles are only 600-700 words. Long form articles aren’t always better. But usually they are.

Issue #4 You’re Stuck In “What If “Mode:

What if my topic isn’t broad enough.

What if I can’t rank for this keyword.

What if I can’t monetize this keyword.

The one “What If” that is perfectly predictable that should worry you is

What if I never start.


(P.S. If you’d like to download a free list of 1244 expensive Amazon products click here or the image below)


What You Will Learn:

This article will give you the tools to pick a profitable niche.


Part I: Should I Be Specific Or Broad?


Image 1 Keyword-A-Saur


Your keyword should be specific but your topic should allow you to grow broadly.

Results can be a powerful motivator. If you start with the low hanging fruit, you’ll have something to show for your efforts in a relatively short period of time.

If you pick a broad enough niche, there will always be another branch to climb.

Consider some of these examples with a specific keyword and a broad topic:


Example #1: Woodworking Tools

Best Drill Press 720/KC 20

Planer reviews 720 searches/KC 22

Jointer reviews 320 searches/KC 19

Best Wood Lathe 320 searches/KC 21

Let’s assume things go well, the site ranks for those four keywords. You’ve written articles on the different types of Drill Presses, Planars, Jointers and Lathes.

You’ve highlighted some of the better brands. And even created a round-up post highlighting some of the best DIY woodworking projects/plans.

If you’re too niche the project is over.

However, because you had the foresight to plan you’ve picked a niche that will allow you to grow. Now you’re writing for larger, more competitive topics such as cordless drills (27,100/month) or miter saws (40k searches/month).

You’re not going to rank #1 for either of these terms. That doesn’t matter.

When you’re dealing with massive search terms you’re going to rank for hundreds of long tails.


Example #2: Cosmetics

Cosmetics, in general is ultra competitive. Yet even, in the highly competitive makeup niche, there are great sub-niches.

Airbrush makeup reviews -1600/KC 22

Best airbrush makeup – 720/KC 27

Luminess air reviews – 9900/KC 29

Once again, I’m confident that we could get the targeted keyword “airbrush makeup reviews” in the top five.

Personally, I think the airbrush makeup niche is a big enough by itself. You can discuss the foundations, the compressors, the wands, the brands or how to apply it.

Of course, if you dominate that niche there is more then enough room to grow in the makeup vertical.

Key Takeaways

  • Choose a specific keyword and a broad topic. Find a keyword(s) with a search volume of 500-5000 and a KC below 30.
  • I will always initially target a term that is closer to 500/KC 20 than 3000/KC 30.
  • The broad topic should be large enough to eventually write 50+ articles on the subject. This is even more important if you’re sticking to white hat link building methods.


Part II: My Process: Finding The Perfect Keyword

Image 2 Perfect-Keyword



Step 1: Digging On Amazon

Not surprisingly, my process starts with Amazon. I would recommend starting in one of the following categories:

  • Baby
  • Beauty
  • Electronics
  • Health & Personal Care
  • Home & Kitchen
  • Sports & Outdoors
  • Tools & Home Improvement

For this exercise I’ve chosen beauty.

Click on “Beauty” under departments. Scroll down and choose a price point. I normally either start with either $25-$50 or $50-$100.


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All we’re doing is looking for a product that is unexpected and sells a lot.

On the second page, I came across a Conair Foot Spa tub. Clicking on the listing and scrolling down to “product details” it tells me that it is ~#1,100 in Health & Personal Care.

I sell physical products in this category so I know, that at that ranking, this particular product sells > 60 a day.

Other products that stood out:

  • Bath Bombs
  • Yoga Toes (Once I discovered this was a brand I ruled it out)
  • JWOW One and Done Tanning Bed Lotion. Oops… Tanning Bed
  • Lotion
  • Nail UV Lamp
  • Callus Remover
  • Make Up Brush Set
  • Derma Roller Ceramic Rollers

I generated this list in under an hour.

You should aim to spend at least three to four hours to find your keywords and your niche. 

Using the bold and underline markup is not something I take lightly! (Check out these 50 red hot Amazon products you can promote and make money with)


Step 2: Volume and Competition

We’ve now got a list of potential keywords. Now head over to UberSuggest.org to begin exploring deeper.

Generate a small list of potential terms and start firing them into Google Keyword Planner and Long Tail Pro.

You’re looking for one to five keywords that you can rank for.

These are your going to serve as the core keywords you target.

If you don’t own LTP find someone who has the platinum version and pay him to run 40 or 50 keywords for you. It will take them less then an hour.


Image 5 Keyword Iterative Process



Let’s continue with the Foot Spa product.

Some of the results that I came across:

  • Best Foot Spa (720/KC 27)
  • Best home foot spa (210/KC 24)
  • Best foot spa with heat (90/KC 21)
  • Best foot spa machine (210/KC 26)
  • Best foot soak (480/KC 30)
  • Detox foot soak (590/KC 24)

That’s a pretty specific product. The topic isn’t as broad as I’d like it to be, but it’s not bad. Foot care would include terms such as bunions, calluses and nail fungus.

Alternatively, you could target at-home spa products.

There is a general misconception that in order to make any money your primary keyword needs to be > 2000 searches per month.

If you pick the right niche the income those small terms generate can help to spring board your site into a larger one.


Step 3: Expand Your Keyword List

You’ve selected your niche and now we want to find more keywords to target. Like anything, there is a hard way to do this and an easy way.

The hard way is to continue to pour through Ubersuggest and Google Keyword Planner+LTP.

It does work, it just takes a little bit longer.

The easier way is to find niche site(s) who are currently ranking for the primary keyword you’re interested in and use SEMRush. These do NOT need to be perfect.

Remember, we’re just expanding our list so we have 50+ potential articles.

Once you’ve found a site, head over to SEMRush and insert the URL.

In this case, this site ranks for 80 keywords. Export that list and add any potential keywords to your keyword list.

Browse through the keywords of your competitor to generate some additional ideas.

Check this term out: best foot massager 1900/KC 26

Deeper down the rabbit hole I go.

I found a reflexology site, which has a subpage that targets “best foot massager”.

That page ranks for 100 terms. I’ll export this list and add it to my master list. This site gives me an entirely different angle in terms of a broad category – reflexology, which gets searched 135,000/month.

Once again, I’ll browse through additional competitors to see if I can find more keywords. I will rinse and repeat until I either run out of competitors or I’ve uncovered enough keywords.



Step 4: Pick A Niche

Once you’ve gone down the rabbit hole four or five times select a niche. You’ll likely discover dozens of different niches that look good. Do not get stuck in “What If” mode. Do not pick the first niche you come across. Three to five rabbit holes and then pick a niche.

Key Takeaways

  • You’re not going to wake up one morning and have found “it”.
  • Keyword research is an iterative process, which requires an investment.


image 6 success-sketch1


  • SEMRush makes keyword research easier. Without SEMRush you can expect to spend three to four hours going down a rabbit hole. With SEMRush you can get it done in one to two hours.
  • Ask yourself: is $80 worth saving 5-10 hours on the keyword research stage.


Part III: The Tools I Use Or Have Mentioned

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Long Tail Pro

I own the basic version of LTP and whenever I want to start another site I upgrade to the platinum version. The platinum version is $17/month. I use it for one month and then cancel. It’s not a tool you need to always have on hand.



For keyword research it dramatically speeds the process up. Once your site is up and running it’s extremely useful to analyze competitors and discover additional topics you can write about.

I’ve just skimmed the surface of what is possible with SEMRush. If you want to dive in deeper check out these tutorials: Authority Keyword Research Tutorial & Stealth Competitor Research Tactics.

A note on SEMRush, there Keyword Score is junk. Stick to LTP for evaluating individual keyword competition.



Insert a keyword and it spits out hundreds of similar results. It’s “Google Suggest” on steroids.


Google Keyword Planner

If all the other tools didn’t exist you could still get KW research done with a good ol’ fashioned keyword planner.



This isn’t a tool per se but it is extremely useful for those on a shoestring budget.

You get access to Majestic, Ahrefs, SEMRush, Keyword Canine, Moz and SpyFu for $60 per month. The downside, it’s an agency account and you’re just one user. I find that with SEMRush it frequently exceeds the usage plan.


Part IV: Should I Pick Something I’m Passionate About Or Something That I Can


Monetize: The reason I select best sellers on Amazon is because I know lots of people are buying these products.

Passion: I primarily selected athletic topics because I like sports.

Monetize: Despite the fact that I love golf; I’m not going to start a site in that vertical. It’s too competitive.

Passion: I prefer to find writers that have a vested interest in the subject.

Monetize: I pick boring niches and hire writers all the time.

Passion: I prefer to partner with writers who are knowledgeable on the subject.

This is the bottom line: There is no right answer. But, there is a wrong answer.

Picking a topic that you have a passion for, but fails to meet one of the key elements of a successful niches is a mistake.


Part V (a): The Key Elements to Picking A Successful Niche

Can it be monetized? There are three options here: advertise, sell someone else’s products/services or sell your own products/services.

Here is a basic list of monetization methods. If you’re choosing a keyword based on an Amazon product, you’re set.

Can you compete? This comes down a wide range of factors. The easiest way to determine this is by using LTP. If the KC score is below 30 you’re golden. If it’s above 30 pick something easier.

Do you have the right type of website? Certain searches favor certain types of websites. Here are some examples:

A search result that leans heavily towards e-commerce

 E- Commerce KW Research


A search result that leans heavily towards local

 image 9 local SEO bias



KC scores can be extremely deceiving. Often times both local and e-commerce related searches display a very low KC score.

The reason why keywords such as best “product” work is because you’re aligning your content with the searchers intentions.

Did you pick a specific keyword? The metrics I look for are: 500-5000 searches/month and KC <30. Of course if you can find a search term that has

more volume AND a KC score <30 go for it.

Did you pick a broad topic? You don’t want to pigeonhole yourself. If you can’t write 50+ articles in the broader category, the category is too small.


(P.S. If you’d like to download a free list of 1244 expensive Amazon products click here or the image below)



Part V (b): Common Keyword Research Pitfalls & Misconceptions

I have to solve a problem. I agree you do have to solve a problem. But that problem can be as simple as helping someone choose a product. Don’t over complicate this.

Picking an E-Commerce or Local Term. If you’re choosing a term that favors e-commerce or a local websites, you ought to have an e-commerce or local site.

Starting with a hyper competitive term. Believing the content myth. Quality content won’t rank itself.

Quality content won’t promote itself. You’ll either need to build links or earn links.

Not starting at all.

Author Bio: Dan Thompson is the co-founder of mylocalseo.ca, an SEO company dedicated to creating a positive ROI for small businesses through SEO. He creates, builds and flips niche and authority sites to stay sharp and continually experiment. You can get in touch by emailing him at dan [at] mylocalseo [dot] com or via twitter


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A Little Known Secret to Easily Ranking for Profitable Amazon Keywords

secret amzHow many times have you heard that the easiest way to make money as an Amazon affiliate is to build and rank so-called review sites?

If you ask me, most of the people telling you this are likely to never have made a single cent as an Amazon affiliate.

They’re just repeating what others have told them, often a variation of this basic formula:

  • Find a few products in the same category, usually some sort of gadget, tool or electronic device
  • Build a targeted site around these products and “review” them
  • Try to rank pages for “<product name>” and “<product name review>”, and the main page for “best <category>” and “<category> reviews”


Here’s What You’ll Learn:
  • How to rank high converting Amazon keywords that most marketers are ignoring.
  • How to find profitable products to promote that people are buying so you can make easy commissions.
  • An alternative to the typical Amazon review site that converts into sales like crazy.


(P.S. If you’d like to download a free list of 1244 expensive Amazon products click here or the image below)



Seen this before? I’m not surprised…



All following this exact formula. Not only are they competing with each other, but also with huge retailers and real, authoritative review sites.

No doubt some of these sites could potentially make good money.

I know for a fact there are people still raking it in building sites like this, but they’re growing increasingly rare.

The challenge is ranking high enough to actually get some decent traffic, and then staying there, avoiding getting knocked down by another copycat review site, or being flushed out from the results completely due to low quality content or links.

The reality Amazon affiliates have to face is that the barrier to entry is ultra-low and competition is fierce.

To be successful in the long term you need to innovate and separate yourself from the hordes of “me-too” affiliates signing up on Amazon on a daily basis.

Now, in a moment I want to talk about an alternative to these formulaic sites, but first I want you to consider why they work so well.

If you ask me, it boils down to one thing: people searching for review keywords are ready to buy something.

If not the product they’re currently looking at, then another, similar product rated higher by reviewers.

All they need is a push in the right direction and they’re likely to pull up their credit card and put in an order.

The good news is this “commercial intent” is a trait shared with another group of keywords.

One that is usually easier to rank for, and converts like crazy: coupon keywords.


Using coupon keywords to promote Amazon products

First of all, let’s establish what a “coupon keyword” is.

It’s simple really; it’s a keyword that follows the pattern of “<brand> coupon(s)” or “<product> coupon(s)”.

These keywords are usually searched for by users at the very last moments before purchasing something.

They’re just trying to get the best possible deal by looking around for coupons.

So how can this be used to promote Amazon products? Here’s how:

  • Find a product, or brand, on Amazon that has a matching coupon keyword with decent search volume
  • Build a page or site targeting those coupon keywords
  • Tell visitors that the lowest possible price is from Amazon and provide a helpful affiliate link – no coupon required

You don’t actually have to offer any coupons unless you want to (and there are any available).

It works just as well to, for example, write a small article talking about how visitors could theoretically go about finding some coupons, then mentioning how there are currently none available and that they should just buy from Amazon instead.

That’s the short-term, churn & burn strategy though.

Since you wouldn’t really be providing any value, the site may not last long (then again, I’ve got pages still ranking after 4 years using this technique).

You could also decide to go all-in and build a real, niched down coupon site. It’s up to you.

It’s not terribly difficult these days thanks to WordPress and plugins like CouponPress and Couponize.

This type of site should last much longer, especially if you really try to provide real value to the visitors and keep the coupons updated.

Don’t lose sight of the end goal though – the idea isn’t to make money from the coupons themselves, but to strongly urge the visitor to instead click on through to Amazon and buy from there.

The recommendation to buy from Amazon should be highly visible, in a position above the fold on the landing page.

It also doesn’t hurt to mention it again at the bottom too.


Finding the right products and keywords

This is the trickiest part of this technique.

There are few obvious candidates and you’re going to have to spend some time manually digging through Amazon and looking up search volumes.

Usually the best method is just writing down a ton of brands and products, entering them into the Adwords Keyword Planner and looking for coupon keywords among the results.

Sooner or later you’ll stumble upon something suitable.



Here’s how I usually go about it:

First I head over to Amazon and pick a random department. For this example, let’s go with “Beauty”.

I then look for the list of brands within that category (sometimes you have to drill down into a subcategory to find it).

Here’s how the list of top brands looks in the Beauty department:


Amazon top brands


Let’s take this list and see if we can find any good coupon keywords among them.

Just select the whole list with your mouse and copy it into a text editor (Notepad will do just fine). Clean it up so only the brand names remain.

Next up we’re going to add suffixes to these brand names.

Paste them into TextMechanic (excellent tool) and in the suffix field add “ coupon” (don’t forget the space). Copy the results into a new Notepad window. Then repeat the process but this time add “ coupons” and copy those too into the same new Notepad window.

So by now you should have a list of coupon/coupons keywords.

Let’s pull up the Adwords Keyword Planner and see if any of them are worth pursuing.

Choose the “Get search volume for a list of keywords” option, put in your list of keywords and click “Get search volume”.

These are the results I got:


Adwords Keywords


Looks promising!

Right off the bat, one keyword stands out to me: “fitbit coupon”.

I know this is a popular product (activity tracker) that’s selling well right now.

I also like it because it is indeed a product, and the intent behind the keyword is clear.

A person searching for “maybelline coupons” could be looking for mascara, lipstick, anti-aging creams, who knows… Someone searching for “fitbit coupon”, though, is definitely looking to buy a FitBit activity tracker, and when presented with a great deal they will probably jump on it.



What I like to do next is just search for the term in Google and look at the results:


Fitbit SERP


Well look at that… Those two ranking at the top look suspiciously like affiliate sites.

A closer look actually has me suspecting they’re owned by the same individual, since they’re quite similar in monetization and content.

Personally I love this.

If this guy (sorry for outing if you’re reading this!) can rank, so can I. And so can you.

If I hadn’t seen any affiliate sites in the SERPs, I’d instead look at the overall quality of the results. What we’re ideally looking for is a keyword where there aren’t many real, useful results in the top 10.

A couple of big coupon sites is practically inevitable to see, but you don’t want the whole top 20 taken up by giants you couldn’t ever beat in rankings.

The worse the results are the better, actually.

Especially if there aren’t any actual coupons available among them, as that will make visitors more open to buying from Amazon.

I know a lot of people like to use tools to determine the strength of the competition, but I’ve never found them to be very accurate. I just look at the results themselves. If they’re bad I know there’s opportunity for me to do better.




Another example

Here’s another example for you: “furminator coupon”.

This is a very popular product for pet owners, called the Furminator.

As you can see if you Google this term, the competition isn’t exactly hard to beat:




In fact, I challenge anyone who’s reading this to take a stab at this keyword right now!

I happen to know for certain that it’s capable of making at least a couple of hundred dollars per month during the spring-summer seasons, even though it’s a low-cost product (people who say you should only promote products costing $100 or more or wrong, plain and simple, as they fail to take volume and total order value into account).




(Actual earnings from when I was promoting this…)

Looking at the actual search volume in Keyword Planner you’ll see that it is decent too for this keyword – around 700 per month on average with more in the peak season.

You’re often not going to get much higher than that for keywords that are this specific, but of course there are exceptions.

Ranking for one or two of them is probably not going to make you rich, but ranking for 10 or 20 of them… that’s another story.


(P.S. If you’d like to download a free list of 1244 expensive Amazon products click here or the image below)



Ready to take action?

Hopefully these examples have inspired you to start search around for other opportunities on Amazon. There are plenty, I assure you.

And the crazy thing is almost no one else is doing this!

There are heaps of poorly monetized coupon keywords out there waiting to be dominated by savvy marketers.

Are you going to grab the opportunity or go build another review site?

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Use This One Simple Trick To Find Future Amazon Products (So You Can Create & Rank Sites About Them Before Anyone Else Does)

hot amazon products


Would you love to know about hot, upcoming, Amazon products before anyone else?

You could create sites around them (or content on your existing sites) before anyone else even knows they exist let alone has created content on them.

By being ahead of the trend you could have your site firmly ranked in Google and 10 steps ahead of other marketers putting you in a prime position come launch day.

It’s like making money from the future.


(P.S. If you’d like to download a free list of 1244 expensive Amazon products click here or the image below)


Here’s how to do it….

Go to Google News (news.google.com)

Type “announced” (including the quotation marks) into the search box and hit enter.




Up will comes news stories that feature the word “announced”.

Many of these news stories will be about yet to be released but announced products.

Scroll through the news stories and pick out stories about products ignoring ones about shows, events and so on.

Amazon pretty much sells everything so you know the products are going to be sold there on release date.

There are obvious exceptions to keep in mind. Not many people buy cars for example on Amazon so you can safely skip past these ones.

In some instances for big electronic items Amazon even has a pre-sell option so you can be making commissions from these products before they are even released.





In the first 5 pages alone I found out about the following upcoming products:

  • Neverwinter Xbox One Game
  • Samsung Galaxy Alpha Cellphone
  • Spider Holster Medium Lens Pouch (for digital cameras)
  • Shin Megami video game for Nintendo 3DS
  • Little Big Planet 3 video game

These are clearly all going to be big sellers.

All you have to do now is create your standard Amazon product review style site and get it ranked in Google as soon as possible.

Try and pick products that are not due for release until a few months time so you have time to create and rank the site.

You don’t want to pick one that’s due for release within a matter of weeks and your site ends up in the Google sandbox and doesn’t rank in time.

Using this one simple trick you can find hot Amazon products that have yet to be released, create a site around it, rank it and profit before anyone else even knows the product exists.

What are you waiting for?

Start making money from the future NOW!
(P.S. If you’d like to download a free list of 1244 expensive Amazon products click here or the image below)


What do you think of this strategy?

Do you use it already or was it new to you?

Do you have any other ways of finding hot upcoming or new products?

Let the NicheHacks tribe know in the comments section below…



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22 Apr

250 Expensive Amazon Products That Will Make You Money

High priced Amazon products

If you want to make money from Amazon you have 2 choices…

  1. Promote high value products.
  2. Promote low volume products that sell in huge volumes.

Wouldn’t you prefer to sell a few higher priced items than go to all the effort of selling tons of smaller ones?

In previous posts I revealed 50 Red Hot Amazon Products and $100 to $100,000 Products That Sell Like Hot Cakes  and in this post I’ll reveal 250 ‘expensive’ products that will make you money!

Each sells from anywhere from $100 to $2,000, has at least 50 user reviews (estimated that maybe only around 1 in a 100 people leave one) and at a product rating of at least 3 stars out of 5.

Which basically means these are all high selling products, with a nice price tag, and lots of happy customers – they are proven best sellers!

So if you are promoting them to the right people they WILL sell, you will make money and you can rest assured you are promoting high quality products.

These products were found using this incredible suite of Amazon tools.

In the table below the products are sorted by category.

However if you unlock the content  below you’ll get a fully editable Excel sheet that you can sort by price, product name, number of reviews.

It also includes the URLs to where you can find the products.


(P.S. If you’d like to download a free list of 1244 expensive Amazon products click here or the image below)


Product namePricenumber of reviewsProduct ratingProduct category
Powell Louis Philippe Jewelry Armoire$338.89 573.9Armoires
Palladia Wardrobe Armoire Select Cherry Finish$229.00 594Armoires
Powell “Woodland Oak” Jewelry Armoire$168.56 654Armoires
Sony HDRPJ260V High Definition Handycam 8.9 MP Camcorder with 30x Optical Zoom, 16 GB Embedded Memory and Built-in Projector (2012 Model)$599.99 4184.3Camcorders
Samsung Galaxy Note 3, White 32GB (Sprint)$749.00 1104.3Cell Phones & Accessories
Samsung Galaxy S4, White Frost 16GB (Sprint)$649.00 1654.5Cell Phones & Accessories
Samsung Galaxy S4, Black Mist 16GB (Sprint)$649.00 2144.5Cell Phones & Accessories
HTC One Max, Silver 32GB (Verizon Wireless)$629.99 514.6Cell Phones & Accessories
Samsung Galaxy Note II, Titanium 16GB (Sprint)$599.99 1544.7Cell Phones & Accessories
Samsung Galaxy S4, Black 16GB (Verizon Wireless)$599.00 3004.2Cell Phones & Accessories
Motorola DROID MAXX, Black 32GB (Verizon Wireless)$569.99 1704.6Cell Phones & Accessories
HTC One M7, Silver 32GB (Verizon Wireless)$559.99 1214.6Cell Phones & Accessories
LG G2, Black 32GB (Sprint)$549.00 1034.4Cell Phones & Accessories
LG Google Nexus 5, Black 16GB (Sprint)$449.00 764.6Cell Phones & Accessories
Unlocked Smartphone N8000 5 Inch Screen Android 4.0 Smart Phone Dual SIM Mtk6575 1ghz 3g Tv GPS$165.50 3233.3cell phones unlocked android
Sony Xperia E C1504 Unlocked Android Phone–U.S. Warranty (Pink)$148.98 613.9cell phones unlocked android
I9220(N9000) 5.0″ Capacitive Android 4.0 Dual SIM Smart Phone With 8GB ROM$138.99 7423.3cell phones unlocked android
BLU Studio 5.0 D530 Unlocked GSM Phone with Android 4.1 OS, Dual SIM, Dual-Core Processor, 5.0″ LCD Touchscreen, 5MP Camera + Secondary VGA Camera, Video, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and microSD Slot – White$131.17 2513.8cell phones unlocked android
HTC A9192 Inspire 4G Unlocked Phone with Android OS, 3G Support, 8 MP Camera, Wi-Fi, and GPS–(Black)$127.00 6803.1cell phones unlocked android
HTC EVO 4G Android Cell Phone for Sprint$125.99 3213.1cell phones unlocked android
Samsung GT-S6102 Galaxy Y DUOS Unlocked Dual SIM Phone White$124.95 833.7cell phones unlocked android
Sony Xperia E C1504 Unlocked Android Phone–U.S. Warranty (White)$111.79 613.9cell phones unlocked android
Sony Xperia E C1504 Unlocked Android Phone–U.S. Warranty (Black)$109.95 613.9cell phones unlocked android
Huawei Ascend Y300-0251 4GB White WiFi Android Touchscreen GSM Dual Core 3G Cell Phone$101.98 684.1cell phones unlocked android
Coaster 5pc Dining Table, Chairs & Bench Set Cappuccino Finish$261.26 2153.7Coffee Tables
Coaster Storage Entry Way Console Table/Hall Table, Brown Finish$176.92 1984.3Coffee Tables
Winsome Wood Hall Table with 4 Drawers, Black$162.00 624Coffee Tables
Coaster 3pc Coffee Table & End Table Set Faux Marble Top Espresso Finish$156.22 713.2Coffee Tables
Sauder Carson Forge Lift-Top Coffee Table, Washington Cherry Finish$152.00 584.3Coffee Tables
SEI Pyramid Trunk Cocktail Table$139.45 804.5Coffee Tables
Z-Line Claremont Desk$129.88 914.5Coffee Tables
Winsome Wood Black Coffee Table$121.50 683.4Coffee Tables
Coaster Occasional Sofa Table$114.09 2034.4Coffee Tables
Strathwood Gibranta All-Weather Hardwood Coffee Table$107.46 624.1Coffee Tables
Wave® Music System III with Multi-CD Changer – Titanium Silver$749.90 1084.5Compact Stereos
Bose Wave Music System (Graphite Gray) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)$624.98 2243.6Compact Stereos
Bose Wave® Music System III – Titanium Silver$499.95 2244.3Compact Stereos
Denon D-M39S 192kHz/24-Bit Micro Component System for High Quality Sound$399.00 514.6Compact Stereos
Teac LP-R550USB CD Recorder with Cassette Turntable$296.95 804.1Compact Stereos
Sony MHCEC919iP 700 Watts Music System$199.99 924.1Compact Stereos
Grace Digital GDI-BTAR502 100 Watt Digital Integrated Stereo Amplifier with Built-In AptX Bluetooth Wireless Stereo Receiver$169.95 563.9Compact Stereos
RCA RS2768I 5-CD System with iPod Dock$149.95 573.2Compact Stereos
Sony CMTMX500i Desktop Micro System (Discontinued by Manufacturer)$149.95 924.1Compact Stereos
Electrohome Winston 3-in-1 Vintage Classic Turntable Real Wood Stereo System with AM/FM Radio, CD & Full Size Record Player – EANOS501$119.99 603.9Compact Stereos
ASUS PB278Q 27-Inch WQHD LED-lit PLS Professional Graphics Monitor$489.99 2824.3Desktops & Monitors
Acer DA220HQL 21.5-Inch Android All-in-One Touchscreen Desktop (Black)$327.99 953Desktops & Monitors
Dell UltraSharp U2312HM 23″ IPS LED LCD Monitor – 16:9 – 8 ms$189.99 2714.5Desktops & Monitors
Asus VS248H-P 24-Inch Full-HD LED Monitor$179.99 25644.4Desktops & Monitors
BenQ VA GW2750HM 27-Inch Screen LED-lit Monitor$179.99 1174.5Desktops & Monitors
BenQ Gaming Monitor RL2455HM (24-Inch LED)$179.99 2604.6Desktops & Monitors
Asus VS247H-P 23.6-Inch Full-HD LED-Lit LCD Monitor$157.00 25634.4Desktops & Monitors
ViewSonic VA2446M-LED 24-Inch LED-Lit LCD Monitor, Full HD 1080p, DVI/VGA, Speakers, VESA$134.99 2804.3Desktops & Monitors
Acer G246HL Abd 24-Inch Screen LED-Lit Monitor$129.99 1164.5Desktops & Monitors
Acer G236HL Bbd 23-Inch Screen LCD-Lit Monitor$109.99 2943.9Desktops & Monitors
Canon EOS Rebel T3i 18 MP CMOS Digital SLR Camera and DIGIC 4 Imaging with EF-S 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 IS Lens$599.00 13444.7digital camera
Nikon COOLPIX L820 16 MP CMOS Digital Camera with 30x Zoom Lens and Full HD 1080p Video (Black)$249.00 6104.4digital camera
Canon PowerShot SX510 HS 12.1 MP CMOS Digital Camera with 30x Optical Zoom and 1080p Full-HD Video$229.00 2054.3digital camera
Fujifilm FinePix S4200 Digital Camera$209.99 4814.3digital camera
Panasonic Lumix ZS20 14.1 MP High Sensitivity MOS Digital Camera with 20x Optical Zoom (Black)$179.99 7514.3digital camera
Canon PowerShot SX170 IS 16.0 MP Digital Camera with 16x Optical Zoom and 720p HD Video (Black)$129.99 1874.3digital camera
Samsung WB250F Smart Wi-Fi Digital Camera (Cobalt Black)$116.00 2594.2digital camera
Nikon COOLPIX S3500 20.1 MP Digital Camera with 7x Zoom (Purple)$115.00 3884digital camera
Canon PowerShot ELPH 130 IS 16.0 MP Digital Camera with 8x Optical Zoom 28mm Wide-Angle Lens and 720p HD Video Recording (Red)$109.00 2634.3digital camera
Canon PowerShot ELPH 130 IS 16.0 MP Digital Camera with 8x Optical Zoom 28mm Wide-Angle Lens and 720p HD Video Recording (Gray)$107.01 2634.3digital camera
Drum Set 5 Pc Complete Adult Set Cymbals Full Size Black New Drum Set$300.00 614.4Drums
Drum Set Black 5-Piece Complete Full Size with Cymbals Stands Stool Sticks$197.77 2204.2Drums
Mendini MJDS-5-BK Complete 16-Inch 5-Piece Black Junior Drum Set with Cymbals, Drumsticks and Adjustable Throne$169.99 1344.1Drums
Complete 5-Piece Black Junior Drum Set with Cymbals Stands Sticks Hardware & Stool$134.97 1384.3Drums
Gammon 5-Piece Junior Starter Drum Set Metallic Blue Kit with Cymbals Stands Sticks Throne$134.77 564.6Drums
Mendini MJDS-3-BK 16-inch 3-Piece Black Junior Drum Set with Cymbals, Drumsticks and Adjustable Throne$117.11 804.5Drums
GP Percussion SK22 Complete Student Snare Drum Kit$103.00 624.5Drums
Epiphone Guitar Pack Series PPEG-EGL1VSCH1 Electric Guitar Pack – Vintage Sunburst$259.00 724.3Electric guitar
Epiphone LP-100 Les Paul Electric Guitar, Ebony$257.83 1324.6Electric guitar
Epiphone LP-100 Les Paul Electric Guitar, Heritage Cherryburst$249.27 1324.6Electric guitar
Epiphone LP-100 Les Paul Electric Guitar, Vintage Sunburst$249.00 1324.6Electric guitar
Squier by Fender “Stop Dreaming, Start Playing” Set: Affinity Series Strat with Fender Frontman 10G Amp, Tuner, Instructional DVD, Gig Bag, Cable, Strap, and Picks – Brown Sunburst$199.99 934.3Electric guitar
Epiphone Guitar Pack Series PPEG-EGL1EBCH1 Electric Guitar Pack – Ebony$199.00 724.3Electric guitar
Epiphone LP Special II Les Paul Electric Guitar, Vintage Sunburst$169.00 2104.6Electric guitar
Epiphone LP Special II Les Paul Electric Guitar, Ebony$169.00 2104.6Electric guitar
Silvertone SS10 Citation Guitar and Amp Package – Liquid Black$149.95 863.7Electric guitar
Legacy Solid Body Electric Guitar, Natural$109.99 1024.1Electric guitar
Coaster Storage Entry Way Console Table/Hall Table, Brown Finish$176.92 1984.3End Tables
LG BH9431PW 1460W 3D Blu-Ray Theater System with Smart TV, Sound, Wireless Rear Speakers, Tall Fronts (Black Cones)$799.00 883.6Home Theater Systems
Sony BDVN790W Blu-ray Home Theater System$499.99 2193.9Home Theater Systems
Bose® Solo TV Sound System$399.00 8804Home Theater Systems
Yamaha YHT-497 5.1-Channel Home Theater System$349.95 874.3Home Theater Systems
Denon AVR-E300 5.1 Channel 3D Pass Through and Networking Home Theater AV Receiver with AirPlay$283.00 884.1Home Theater Systems
Onkyo HT-S3500 5.1-Channel Home Theater Speaker/Receiver Package$279.00 5184.3Home Theater Systems
Sony BDV-E3100 5.1 Channel 3D Blu-ray Disc Home Theater System with Built-In Wi-Fi$241.99 1624.1Home Theater Systems
Sony BRAVIA DAV-DZ170 Home Theater System$229.99 2154.2Home Theater Systems
Panasonic SC-BTT190 Energy Star 5.1-Channel 1000-Watt Full HD 3D Blu-Ray Home Theater System (2013 Model)$229.95 1793.8Home Theater Systems
Onkyo TX-SR313 5.1- Channel Home Theater A/V Receiver, Black$201.98 2323.9Home Theater Systems
Western Digital 4TB SATA III 7200 RPM 64 MB Cache Bulk/OEM Desktop Hard Drive, Black, WD4003FZEX$245.99 1404.4Internal Hard Drives
Western Digital 3 TB SATA III 7200 RPM 64 MB Cache Bulk/OEM Desktop Hard Drive, Black, WD3003FZEX$187.99 1404.4Internal Hard Drives
Western Digital 4 TB WD Red SATA III 5400 RPM 64 MB Cache Bulk/OEM NAS Hard Drive WD40EFRX$184.99 10234.5Internal Hard Drives
Western Digital 4 TB WD Green SATA III 5400 RPM 64 MB Cache Bulk/OEM Desktop Hard Drive WD40EZRX$159.99 7464.3Internal Hard Drives
Seagate Desktop HDD 4 TB SATA 6Gb/s NCQ 64MB Cache 3.5-Inch Internal Bare Drive ST4000DM000$149.99 24914Internal Hard Drives
WD Red 3 TB NAS Hard Drive: 3.5 Inch, SATA III, 64 MB Cache – WD30EFRX$129.99 10234.5Internal Hard Drives
HGST Travelstar 5K1500 1.5TB 2.5-Inch Mobile 5400 RPM 9.5mm Internal Bare Hard Disk Drive 0J28001$117.27 1144.7Internal Hard Drives
Western Digital Caviar Green 3 TB SATA III 64 MB Cache Bare/OEM Desktop Hard Drive – WD30EZRX$113.99 7464.3Internal Hard Drives
Seagate Desktop 2 TB Solid State Hybrid Drive SATA 6 GB with NCQ 64 MB Cache 3.5 Inch (ST2000DX001)$107.99 2104.3Internal Hard Drives
Seagate Barracuda 3 TB HDD SATA 6 Gb/s NCQ 64MB Cache 7200 RPM 3.5-Inch Internal Bare Drive ST3000DM001$107.20 24914Internal Hard Drives
Acer C720 Chromebook (11.6-Inch, 4GB)$447.27 2904.5Laptop&tablet
HP 14-q070nr 14-Inch Chromebook (free T-Mobile 4G)$348.51 614.7Laptop&tablet
Acer C720P-2666 Chromebook (11.6-Inch Touchscreen, 2GB)$329.95 1884.6Laptop&tablet
HP Chromebook 14-c050 (Sparkling Black)$302.90 774.3Laptop&tablet
HP Chromebook 14 (Ocean Turquoise)$299.00 2204.3Laptop&tablet
Acer C720P Chromebook (11.6-Inch Touchscreen, 2GB) Moonstone White$298.00 1884.6Laptop&tablet
HP Chromebook 11 (White/Blue)$279.00 2153.9Laptop&tablet
Toshiba CB35-A3120 13.3-Inch Chromebook$275.00 1034.2Laptop&tablet
Samsung Chromebook (Wi-Fi, 11.6-Inch)$248.00 45004Laptop&tablet
Acer C720 Chromebook (11.6-Inch, 2GB)$199.00 8854.4Laptop&tablet
Timbuk2 Command Laptop TSA-Friendly Messenger Bag$111.16 – $149.002474.6LUGGAGE
Samsonite Lift Spinner 25 Inch Expandable Wheeled Luggage$146.01 1654.6LUGGAGE
Rockland Luggage Melbourne 3 Piece Set$139.99 1554.3LUGGAGE
American Tourister Luggage AT Pop Three-Piece Spinner Set$139.95 3364.2LUGGAGE
Ogio Renegade RSS Laptop/Tablet Backpack$111.99 1304.4LUGGAGE
Citizen Men’s BL5250-02L “Eco-Drive” Leather and Titanium Watch$280.00 3604.3MEN’S WATCHES
Casio Men’s PRW2500T-7CR Pathfinder Triple Sensor Tough Solar Digital Multi-Function Titanium Pathfinder Casual Watch$264.16 2004.5MEN’S WATCHES
Seiko Men’s SSC081 Adventure-Solar Classic Casual Watch$181.00 964.5MEN’S WATCHES
Michael Kors MK8077 Gold-Tone Men’s Watch$164.95 1204.6MEN’S WATCHES
Pebble Smartwatch for iPhone and Android (Black)$149.99 5183.9MEN’S WATCHES
Michael Kors Watches Lexington (Gold)$149.50 604.6MEN’S WATCHES
Apple iPod classic 120 GB Black (6th Generation) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)$475.00 4744.3MP3 players
Apple iPod 30 GB 5th Generation(Black) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)$399.99 7413.9MP3 players
Apple iPod touch 64GB Black (5th Generation) NEWEST MODEL$399.95 22574.4MP3 players
Apple iPod touch 64GB Blue (5th Generation) NEWEST MODEL$395.00 22574.4MP3 players
Apple iPod touch 64 GB Black (4th Generation) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)$359.00 3784.4MP3 players
Apple iPod touch 32GB Blue (5th Generation) NEWEST MODEL$292.00 22564.4MP3 Players
Apple iPod classic 80 GB 6th Generation(Black) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)$289.99 5744MP3 players
Apple iPod nano 4 GB 3rd Generation (Silver) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)$289.00 5684.1MP3 players
Apple iPod classic 160 GB Black (7th Generation)$261.00 18954.3MP3 Players
Apple iPod touch 16GB Black/Silver (5th Generation) NEWEST MODEL$220.35 22564.4MP3 Players
Apple iPod touch 8 GB Black (4th Generation) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)$209.99 27964.4MP3 Players
Apple iPod touch 8 GB White (4th Generation) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)$203.50 27964.4MP3 Players
Apple iPod touch 8 GB (2nd Generation) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)$189.99 7774.2MP3 Players
Underwater Audio Waterproof iPod Mega Bundle (Slate)$165.00 764.8MP3 players
Waterfi Waterproof Apple iPod Shuffle with Short Cord Waterproof Headphones – Best Swimming MP3 Player (New Model) (Space Grey)$154.95 8154.4MP3 Players
Waterfi Waterproof Apple iPod Shuffle with Short Cord Waterproof Headphones – Best Swimming MP3 Player (New Model) (Purple)$154.95 8154.4MP3 players
Apple iPod nano 16GB Space Gray (7th Generation) NEWEST MODEL$149.99 19334.1MP3 Players
Apple iPod nano 16GB Blue (7th Generation) NEWEST MODEL$147.95 19334.1MP3 Players
Apple iPod nano 8 GB Silver (6th Generation) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)$143.95 2283.9MP3 Players
Apple iPod nano 8 GB Graphite (6th Generation) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)$129.99 4933.4MP3 players
SONOS CONNECT:AMP Wireless Streaming Music System with Amplifier for Speakers (ZonePlayer120)$499.00 994.5Multiroom Digital Music Systems
Bose SoundTouch 20 Wi-Fi Music System$399.00 1253.7Multiroom Digital Music Systems
SONOS – PLAY:5 Wireless Speaker for Streaming Music (Large) – Black$399.00 6204.3Multiroom Digital Music Systems
SONOS – PLAY:5 Wireless Speaker for Streaming Music (Large) – White$399.00 6204.3Multiroom Digital Music Systems
SONOS – CONNECT Wireless Streaming Music Stereo Receiver Component$349.00 2004.3Multiroom Digital Music Systems
SONOS – PLAY:3 Wireless Speaker for Streaming Music (Small) – Black$299.00 3774.3Multiroom Digital Music Systems
SONOS – PLAY:3 Wireless Speaker for Streaming Music (Small) – White$299.00 3774.3Multiroom Digital Music Systems
Grace Digital Wireless Hi-fi Internet Radio Tuner featuring Pandora and NPR (GDI-IRDT200)$167.98 1803.9Multiroom Digital Music Systems
Grace Digital Wi-Fi Music Player with 3.5-Inch Color Display (GDI-IRC6000) (Black)$152.34 6824.2Multiroom Digital Music Systems
Grace Digital GDI-IR2600 Wi-Fi Internet Radio featuring Pandora, NPR On-Demand, SiriusXM Internet Radio and iHeartRadio – Black$102.99 2563.6Multiroom Digital Music Systems
Casio CTK-2300 61-Key Premium Portable Keyboard Package with Headphones, Stand and Power Supply$129.95 1714.5Musical Instruments
Yamaha YPG-235 76-key Portable Grand Graded-Action USB Keyboard$249.99 1164.4Musical Instruments (keyboard)
Yamaha YPG-535 88-key Portable Grand Graded-Action USB Keyboard with Matching Stand and Sustain Pedal$499.99 824.2Musical Instruments (keyboard)
Williams Allegro 88-Key Digital Piano$299.99 774Musical Instruments (keyboard)
Yamaha YPG-235 76-Key Portable Grand Piano Premium Pack$249.99 3034.4Musical Instruments (keyboard)
Yamaha EZ-220 61-Lighted Key Premium Portable Keyboard Package with Headphones, Stand and Power Supply$171.33 754Musical Instruments (keyboard)
Casio CTK-4200 Premium Keyboard Pack with Headphones, Power Supply and Stand$149.99 654.6Musical Instruments (keyboard)
Casio LK165 Lighted Key Premium Keyboard Pack with Headphones, Power Supply, and Stand$149.95 1124.4Musical Instruments (keyboard)
Yamaha YPT-230 Premium Keyboard Pack with Headphones, Power Supply, and Stand$139.95 3234.2Musical Instruments (keyboard)
Yamaha YPT-240 61-Key Premium Keyboard Pack with Headphones, Power Supply, and Stand$125.95 653.8Musical Instruments (keyboard)
XPY 10k White Gold Mother and Baby Turtle Diamond Pendant Necklace, 18″$149.00 633.9Necklaces
10k Yellow Gold Diamond and Garnet Heart-Shaped Pendant (1/10 cttw, I-J Color, I2-I3 Clarity), 18″$147.00 683.9Necklaces
10k White Gold Black Diamond Infinity Pendant (1/4 cttw)$141.00 703.7Necklaces
S&G Sterling Silver and 14k Yellow Gold Freshwater Cultured Pearl with Diamond-Accented Drop Necklace, 17″$139.00 754.2Necklaces
Sterling Silver Diamond Heart Pendant Necklace (1/4 cttw, I-J Color, I2-I3 Clarity), 18″$109.00 534.6Necklaces
10k Gold Calla Lily Diamond Pendant (0.06 cttw, I-J Color, I2-I3 Clarity), 18″$107.00 974Necklaces
Alera Neratoli Mid-Back Swivel/Tilt Chair, White Faux Leather$167.45 1004.1Office chair
Alera Elusion Series Mesh Mid-Back Multifunction Chair, Black$165.97 1454.3Office chair
Office Star Space Professional Air Grid Back Managers Chair with Eco Leather Seat and 2-to-1 Synchro Tilt Control$165.82 2014.3Office chair
Flash Furniture High Back Black Leather Executive Office Chair with Triple Paddle Control$155.73 1933.9Office chair
Boss Black LeatherPlus Executive Chair$149.99 6293.9Office chair
LexMod Edge Office Chair with Leatherette Seat$135.88 1933.8Office chair
Alera Fraze High-Back Swivel/Tilt Chair, Black Leather$132.88 2884.1Office chair
Edge Office Chair with Mesh Back and Seat$116.99 1693.7Office chair
Boss High Back Executive Chair with Pillow top Pewter Finished Base and Arms$110.00 1443.3Office chair
Flash Furniture Mid-Back Black Mesh Chair with Triple Paddle Control$109.88 633.9Office chair
Kindle Fire 7″ Tablet, Now in HD$154.00108154.3Portable DVD Players
Sylvania SDVD9805 9-Inch Twin, Dual Screen DVD Player, play the same or different movies, plus Built-In USB/SD Card Reader$249.99 1353.4Portable DVD Players
Kindle Fire HDX 7″ Tablet$244.00 104014.3Portable DVD Players
Philips PD9016/37 9-inch Portable LCD Dual DVD player$169.95 4283.6Portable DVD Players
Sony DVP-FX820 8-Inch Portable DVD Player, Black (2008 Model)$135.50 4174.4Portable DVD Players
RCA DRC6272 7-Inch Twin Mobile DVD Players – play two different DVDs!$130.26 2143.8Portable DVD Players
Sylvania SDVD8732 7-Inch Dual Screen Portable DVD Player with Built In 3.5 Hour Battery Life and USB/SD Card Reader$129.99 1453.1Portable DVD Players
Sylvania SDVD1332 13.3-Inch Swivel Screen Portable DVD Player with USB/SD Card Reader$129.00 983.8Portable DVD Players
Pyle Home PDH14 14-Inch Portable TFT/LCD Monitor with Built-In DVD Player MP3/MP4/USB SD Card Slot$124.40 553.2Portable DVD Players
Sylvania 9-Inch Dual Screen Portable DVD Player with USB/SD Card Reader$105.42 583.1Portable DVD Players
Bose SoundLink Bluetooth Speaker III$299.00 824.4Portable speakers
Ultimate Ears BOOM Wireless Bluetooth Speaker – Blue$179.99 5534.6Portable speakers
Ultimate Ears BOOM Wireless Bluetooth Speaker – Black$179.74 5534.6Portable speakers
JBL Charge Portable Wireless Bluetooth Speaker (Black Shadow)$141.95 6294.6Portable speakers
MINI JAMBOX by Jawbone Wireless Bluetooth Speaker – Red Dot – Retail Packaging$141.26 1784.4Portable speakers
JBL Charge Portable Wireless Bluetooth Speaker (Blue)$139.99 6294.6Portable speakers
JBL Charge Portable Wireless Bluetooth Speaker (Gray)$136.79 6294.6Portable speakers
MINI JAMBOX by Jawbone Wireless Bluetooth Speaker – Silver Dot – Retail Packaging$129.89 1784.4Portable speakers
MINI JAMBOX by Jawbone Wireless Bluetooth Speaker – Blue Diamond – Retail Packaging$114.98 1784.4Portable speakers
MINI JAMBOX by Jawbone Wireless Bluetooth Speaker – Graphite Facet – Retail Packaging$106.07 1784.4Portable speakers
Panasonic HMC40KIT Camcorder and Mic Adapter/Holder with 12x Optical Zoom with 2.7-Inch LCD (Black)$2,095.00 544.3Professional videos
Panasonic Professional AG-HMC40 AVCHD Camcorder with 10.6 MP Still and 12x Optical Zoom$2,025.58 544.3Professional videos
Canon GL2 MiniDV Digital Camcorder w/20x Optical Zoom$1,959.90 713.4Professional videos
Canon XA10 Professional Camcorder with 64GB Internal Flash Memory and Full Manual Control$1,499.00 674.2Professional videos
DC Men’s Pure Action Sports Shoe$9.99 – $134.994204.4Shoes(Men)
ASICS Men’s GEL-Kayano 19 Running Shoe$83.04 – $169.996174.7Shoes(Men)
Merrell Men’s Moab Ventilator Multisport Shoe$79.99 – $140.336694.4Shoes(Men)
Clarks Originals Men’s Desert Boot$54.18 – $174.3514134.4Shoes(Men)
Skechers Men’s Go Walk 2$34.99 – $139.993784.6Shoes(Men)
DC Men’s Court Graffik Se Action Sports Shoe$21.22 – $144.993454.6Shoes(Men)
DC Men’s Court Graffik Sneaker$18.00 – $134.994174.5Shoes(Men)
New Balance Men’s 990 Heritage Running Shoe$149.95 – $180.004294.4Shoes(Men)
ASICS Men’s GEL-Kayano 20 Running Shoe$111.89 – $179.991084.7Shoes(Men)
ASICS Men’s GEL-Nimbus 15 Running Shoe$107.75 – $199.992224.6Shoes(Men)
KEEN Women’s Whisper Sandal$84.95 – $117.5012114.6Shoes(Women)
ASICS Women’s GEL-Cumulus 15 Running Shoe$79.95 – $129.972014.5Shoes(Women)
ASICS Women’s Gel-Kayano 19 Running Shoe$75.00 – $249.998374.7Shoes(Women)
ASICS Women’s GT-2000 Running Shoe$62.97 – $149.993994.4Shoes(Women)
Teva Women’s Tirra Athletic Sandal$40.00 – $109.0012944.7Shoes(Women)
ASICS Women’s GEL-Kinsei 5 Running Shoe$155.00 – $220.00744.5Shoes(Women)
New Balance Women’s WW847 Health Walking Shoe$114.95 – $124.952994.3Shoes(Women)
ASICS Women’s GEL-Noosa Tri 9 Running Shoe$114.00 – $153.992794.6Shoes(Women)
ASICS Women’s GEL-Kayano 20 Running Shoe$113.50 – $244.981554.7Shoes(Women)
ASICS Women’s GEL-Nimbus 15 Running Shoe$108.63 – $169.993504.3Shoes(Women)
Bobkona Soft-Touch Reversible Bonded Leather Match 3-Piece Sectional Sofa Set$802.11 963.7Sofas & Couches
Serta Midtown Euro Lounger$675.00 524.2Sofas & Couches
Bobkona Hungtinton Microfiber/Faux Leather 3-Piece Sectional Sofa Set$668.84 4073.6Sofas & Couches
Bobkona Trenton Sectional Sofa (sectional sofa only)$663.72 783.5Sofas & Couches
Bobkona Manhattan Reversible Microfiber 3-Piece Sectional Sofa with Faux Leather Ottoman in Sage Color$571.18 673.8Sofas & Couches
Bobkona Manhattan Reversible Microfiber 3-Piece Sectional Sofa Set$549.53 1273.5Sofas & Couches
Bobkona Manhanttan Reversible Microfiber 3-Piece Sectional Sofa with Faux Leather Ottoman in Pebble Color$526.96 703.8Sofas & Couches
Handy Living Living Room Convert-A-Couch Microfiber$501.98 1683.8Sofas & Couches
Coaster Futon Sofa Bed with Removable Arm Rests, Brown Vinyl$325.00 1303.1Sofas & Couches
GoPro HERO3+: Black Edition$399.99 4694.2Sport and action video cameras
GoPro HERO3: Black Edition$388.95 10023.6Sport and action video cameras
GoPro HERO3+: Silver Edition$299.99 4694.2Sport and action video cameras
GoPro HERO3: White Edition – (197’/ 60m Waterproof Housing)$209.95 1883.8Sport and action video cameras
Looxcie LX2 Wearable Video Cam for iPhone and Android – Retail Packaging – Black$154.10 1003.4Sport and action video cameras
Intova Sport Pro HD Video Camera (Clear/Red)$139.99 553.7Sport and action video cameras
Veho VCC-005-MUVI-HD10 Muvi HD 1080p Mini Handsfree Camcorder with Remote Control and Wide Angle Lens (4GB Memory Card)$119.99 1174.1Sport and action video cameras
Mendini 4/4 MV500+92D Flamed 1-Piece Back Solid Wood Violin with Case, Tuner, Shoulder Rest, Bow, Rosin, Bridge and Strings – Full Size$173.51 1173.9Violin
Cecilio 4/4 CEVN-2NA Solid Wood Mahogany Metallic Electric / Silent Violin with Ebony Fittings in Style 2 (Full Size)$136.61 1414Violin
Mendini 4/4 MV400 Ebony Fitted Solid Wood Violin with Hard Case, Shoulder Rest, Bow, Rosin, Extra Bridge and Strings – Full Size$113.54 1793.8Violin
Garmin Forerunner 205 GPS Receiver and Sports Watch (Discontinued by Manufacturer)$389.95 6754.4Watches for Women
Garmin Forerunner 110 GPS-Enabled Sport Watch with Heart Rate Monitor (Pink)$180.77 9123.9Watches for Women
Garmin Forerunner 110 GPS-Enabled Sport Watch with Heart Rate Monitor (Red)$150.46 9123.9Watches for Women
Garmin Forerunner 10 GPS Watch (Green/White)$129.99 8114.4Watches for Women
Garmin Forerunner 10 GPS Watch (Pink/White)$129.99 8114.4Watches for Women
Garmin Forerunner 110 GPS-Enabled Unisex Sport Watch (Black)$116.64 9123.9Watches for Women
Polar FT60 Women’s Heart Rate Monitor Watch (Black)$114.05 1234.4Watches for Women
Garmin FR70 Fitness Watch with Heart-Rate Monitor (Pink)$112.39 1643.3Watches for Women


 So what can I use this information for?

  • To create Amazon review sites.
  • To find high selling products related to your niche to promote.
  • To create comparison sites in different categories.
  • To promote to your existing audience who has bought a similar product.


How do I find my own expensive Amazon  products that sell in high volumes?

Manually you can trawl through the Amazon categories and sub-categories looking for high priced products that fit the criteria.

If you click on a category on the left of the page and then choose ‘best sellers’ from the tool bar at the top you can often find high priced products that have lots of reviews and a good rating.

However it’s time consuming, mind numbing and has no guarantee.

You can automate the process with this awesome Amazon product finder – just set your criteria and it finds instantly.


(P.S. If you’d like to download a free list of 1244 expensive Amazon products click here or the image below)




Use these product for review sites, to promote to your existing customers, as inspiration to build new niche websites around or whatever other use you have for them.

Or now I’ve told you how to find these high priced products go find your own and make money with Amazon.

When you know what sells and that it sells in high volumes it makes life much easier especially when you get a juicy commission from the sale – it makes Amazons low rate tolerable.

If you’re into Amazon marketing in anyway and need to find products to promote you need this product finder tool…

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As always I love to hear your thoughts on the post, so any questions or opinions then let me know in the comments section below…

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13 Mar

Getting Reviews for Your Amazon Listing

Hi folks, in this post I’ll be discussing how to get more reviews for your Amazon listing. Getting reviews for Amazon products plays a big role in your conversions and your rankings in Amazon, so the more you can get the better!

How to Get Reviews

The most obvious way to get reviews is to ask! Not rocket science, but a vast majority of sellers on Amazon never ask, so if you employ strategies for asking for the review then you can out perform most sellers.

1. The first point I want to say, which you might think is obvious, is make sure the product you’ve chosen to sell on Amazon is high quality. DO NOT compromise on quality, because if you sell something sub-standard you’re chances of getting positive reviews is incredibly hard, and besides that it’s not ethical to sell garbage.

When sourcing products to sell you absolutely MUST get samples and do your homework on the supplier.

2. Amazon does allow you access to email your customers without showing you the email, so this is one of the easiest ways to ask for a review. Keep in mind, most people won’t really want to do you a favor for nothing, however if your customer service has been second to none throughout the after sales process they are more likely to. With that said make sure you reply to all questions that customers ask you in your Seller Central account quickly.

3. Something else I do is get an outsource worker from Odesk to call up my buyers on the phone as Amazon provides the phone number in your account, BUT its important to note the purpose of the call is primarily a customer service call, to make sure the customer is happy with the purchase and see if they need anything from us. After that we politely ask for a review.

4. You can also ask for the review in the product packaging, by leaving a small insert with some instructions for the customer regarding best use of the product and ask for the review in here also.

Just think of anyway you can get in contact with the customer and ask!

Buying Groups

Something that I don’t like seeing is ‘buying groups’ where folks create communities to buy each others products and leave reviews. I would encourage you not to do this as it leaves a foot print for Amazon to see, and they do see, and will shut down accounts.

Sadly I’ve started to see ‘negative review’ groups also, where people purposely try and hurt their competitors listings by giving negative reviews and telling others in their group to do the same. Its unethical and people that do this will get what’s coming to them eventually.


Its not a bad idea to give your product away to people you know or find groups of people who would be interested, and ask them for an honest review once they’ve done this. Amazon does not mind you doing this, as long as you do not say they must leave the review and then will get something AFTER leaving the review, that’s a big ‘no no’.

Hope you found this short post helpful, happy reviews!

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26 Feb

50 Red Hot Products You Can Make Money From Amazon With

Estimated Reading Time: 3:00 minutes

Let me guess…

You’re looking to find some niche products to promote as an affiliate (or perhaps sell as a dropshipper using Amazon FBA) through Amazon?

On this page I reveal 50 red hot, expensive, products that already sell like crazy Amazon.

Which means there’s a piece of the pie available for you too.

If you’re an Amazon affiliate you can start promoting them instantly for big commissions knowing they’ll definitely convert.

And If you are looking to get into eCommerce, Amazon FBA or dropshipping then you can try and source similar or better products from the likes of AliBaba as you know the products listed here are good sellers.

Below are 50 red hot Amazon products, broken down into 10 different niches, that sell for over $100 and have at least 50 reviews.

It’s estimated for every 1 review between 10 to 100 people have actually purchased so all these products fly off the shelves in high volume.

They aren’t the most expensive items on Amazon but those items rarely sell in high numbers anyway.

The niches are home improvement, appliances, arts & crafts, automotive, baby care, electronics, personal care, home and kitchen, patio and garden and pet care.

At the end of the post I will give you ideas of how to ‘hack’ your way to success with these products.

So let’s find you some hot niche products from Amazon to sell..


(P.S. If you’d like to download a free list of 1244 expensive Amazon products click here or the image below)



What You’ll Learn:

  • 50 Amazon products that cost over $100 that you’ll have no problem selling as an affiliate as they sell like crazy.
  • A strategy to “hack” your way to success as an Amazon affiliate using these products.
  • 10 different “hot” niches on Amazon that you can easily profit from.



Home Improvement Tools:

Porter Cable Oil Free Compressor with Accessory Kit
332 reviews

Ingersoll Rand Super Duty Air Wrench
56 reviews

Senco Horsepower Compressor
193 reviews

Ingersoll Rand Inch Impact Wrench
108 reviews

Ingersoll-Rand Super Duty Impact
144 reviews 



Danby Beverage Centre
192 reviews

SPT Countertop Dishwasher
146 reviews

Panda Compact Washing Machine
163 reviews

SPT Compact Fridge Freezer
89 reviews

Danby Cheste Freezer
57 reviews


Arts & Crafts

Brother Feature Rich Sewing Machine
2,578 reviews

Sillhouette Cameo Starter Kit
550 reviews

Singer Heavy Duty Sewing Machine
915 reviews

Sizzix Big Shot Cutting Machine



Tekonsha Brake Control
238 reviews

Royal Purple API-Licensed Motor Oil
69 reviews

Mobil 1 Synthetic Motor Oil

130 reviews

Red Line Manual Transmission
155 reviews

Delphi Fuel Injector
75 reviews


Baby Care

Baby Booster Seat
194 reviews

Pritax Pinacle Booster Seat

171 reviews

Graco 4 in 1 Seating System
354 reviews

Moonlight Slumber Little Dreamer
77 reviews

Lotus Travel Crib
119 reviews



Kindle Paperwhite 6”
7,766 reviews

Yamaha Front Surround System
334 reviews

ASUS Wireless Router
1,587 reviews

Pelican Protect Gun Case
197 reviews

Samsung 32-Inch TV
2,088 reviews 


Personal Care

Polar FT4 Heart Rate Monitor
2,416 reviews

Fitbit Flex Sleep Monitor
3,092 reviews

FitBit Smart Scale

UP24 Jawbone
94 reviews

Withings Smart Body Analyzer
779 reviews 


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Home & Kitchen

Signature Sleep Contour Mattress
839 reviews

Tuft & Needle Bed
203 reviews

Stork Craft Hooper & Glider Ottoman Espresso Set
1,073 reviews

Walker Edison 3 Peice Corner
852 reviews

Office Star Air Chair
169 reviews


Patio & Garden

AR Blue Clean Pressure Washer
1,052 reviews

GreenWorks Amp Corded Snow Thrower
587 reviews

Solar Panel Starter Kit
76 reviews

Reliance Controls Portable Generator
187 reviews

Fire Sense Commercial Patio Heater
249 reviews


Pet Care

Wireless Containment System
837 reviews

2 Speed Professional Animal Clipper
523 reviews

Farm Innovators Model 4200 Pro Series
76 reviews

Cosequin For Horses
50 reviews

Purple Bravuara
55 reviews


Those were the 50, hot Amazon niche products, what did you think?

You can promote them as an affiliate or dropship them and use Amazon’s FBA service to sell.

Want to know how you can find your own in demand niche products?

Then read on….


How To Find High Priced & In Demand Products

There’s a manual way and an automated way to find the most expensive items on Amazon that also are in high demand.

To do it manually go to Amazon.com and from within the search bar choose a ‘department’ then click into the search bar and click ‘Go’ and let the new page load up.


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Then below the search box you’ll see a button labelled ‘best sellers’ (not all departments have this for some reason), click it.


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On the right hand side of the screen you’ll see an area that says ‘more to explore in DEPARTMENT NAME’ and below that will be ‘hot new releases’, ‘movers and shakers’ and ‘top rated’.

Click ‘see top 100’ in the ‘top rated’ category.



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It will then bring up the most rated products which usually means the most popular ones.

Scroll through looking for high priced products with lots of reviews.

However that’s pretty time consuming and mind numbing and there’s no guarantee you’ll find high priced products with lots of reviews.


To automate this process….

There is a software package called AmaSuites which can do this for you.

You can enter a list of criteria such as must be priced over $100 and have 50+ reviews into the software and it returns HUGE lists of products which match.

The software can also provide extra data like keywords people are using on Amazon to search for products, whether those product keywords have low SEO competition, if there are exact match domains available, Google insight data and more.

>> Get a special 60% discount of AmaSuites on this link.


How can I ‘hack’ my way to success with these products?


There are 3 options:

1. Build review sites around 1 particular product or product type and try to rank the site.
2. Create a price comparison site around a range of similar products showing prices from different retailers.
3. Create a niche blog or authority site that talks about the niche as a whole.


Review Sites…

Create a review site with the Juno Theme that reviews a particular type of product and attempt to rank for terms like ‘product name’, ‘best product’ and ‘product review’, see this list of buyer keywords for more.

Your traffic would be almost entirely reliant on Google so you’d require strong SEO skills or a budget to spend on blog networks or link packages.

These types of sites are becoming harder to rank, more work, and are often short term due to Googles constant algorithm updates.


Example of some high converting mini review sites include:

  • aPennyShaved.com
  • BestSurvivalKnifeGuide.com
  • DoubleStrollerGuide.com
  • Vacuumjudge.com


Examples of authority review sites

  • ConsumerSearch
  • Consumer Reports
  • CNet
  • Engadget


Comparison Sites…

Alternatively you could create a niche comparison site and compare different models, features and prices from different retailers.

The comparison industry is worth £1bn (Source) but focused primarily around insurance and utilities not yet filtering down to the majority of niche markets so there’s a lot of opportunities.

Comparison sites are not solely reliant on SEO and can draw traffic from a number of different sources.

They convert well as you’re giving people different options on models, features and price they can choose from.

If someone see’s that Amazon has the best price over other retailers (and they usually do) they’ll click that button immediately in fear that it changes.


Major comparison sites:

  • GoCompare
  • MoneySupermarket
  • Comparethemarket


Niche comparison sites:

  • Compareandshare.com
  • Bikmo.com
  • Findthebest.com
  • Phonerocket.com
  • Wine-searcher.com

Building a niche comparison site around some of the products listed above could be a winning idea, e.g. car seats, contour mattresses, or sewing machines.


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Niche Blog or Authority Site…

If price comparison and review sites don’t appeal then you can build a niche blog or authority site around the niche or demographic as a whole.

For example above I featured baby care products which obviously are aimed at families with new or soon to be born children, particularly the mother who will make most of the purchasing decisions.

You could create a whole blog around the topic of baby care, blogging about issues mothers of new born babies face and sell these high ticket Amazon products as solutions.

If baby care doesn’t appeal there’s also pet products, home improvement and electronic products above which can be turned into a niche blog or authority site.

Pick a premium theme like Genesis Generate or WP-Radiance.

Create high quality content and drive traffic from niche forums, social media groups and blogs.

Also build an email subscriber list that you can use to drive traffic back to your site and promote products.


Niche blog examples:

  • Freshome.com/ (Architecture)
  • Nerdfitness.com (Fitness advice for nerds and geeks)
  • Tinycartridge.com/ (Retro gaming)
  • NomadicMatt.com (Backpacker & Budget travel)
  • DreadCentral.com (Horror movies & TV)


Authority Site examples:

  • Copyblogger (Writing & blogging advice)
  • TechCrunch.com (Technology)
  • WebMD (Medical advice)
  • DrudgeReport (Gossip)
  • SimplyRecipes (Recipes)
  • DigitalMarketer (Online marketing advice)


(P.S. If you’d like to download a free list of 1244 expensive Amazon products click here or the image below)



This list of 50 high priced Amazon products should give you some ideas for products to promote and the type of sites to create in order to make money from Amazon.

As I’ve said previously these aren’t the most expensive items on Amazon but they do have high price tags and sell well so commissions and conversions will be good.

If you’re still not sure on how to find your niche’s best selling products on Amazon, check out what Chelsea wrote here.

Whether you want to create niche review sites, niche blogs or build price comparison sites there are lots of profitable options.

Either use the products listed here or find your own automatically and start ‘hacking’ your way to niche success with these red hot Amazon products.

Or take advantage of the 7 steps to finding your profitable niche and then use products that you find on Amazon.



Bose Sound Link Mini Bluetooth Speaker
1,592 reviews

Office Mac Home & Student
786 reviews

Cusinart Brew Central 12 Cup Coffeemaker
4,363 reviews

Nest Learning Thermostat
2,008 reviews

HexBright Flex LED Flashlight
415 reviews

SanDisk Ultra Micro Adaptor
103 reviews

Samsung Galaxy 3 White Mini
888 reviews

Frigidaire Dehumidifer
732 reviews

Shark Rotator Pro Lift Robotic Vaccuum
387 reviews

Ninja Pro Blender
379 reviews


Which of these products appeal to you most?

What do you plan to do with them?

Leave a comment below to share your plan of action with the niche hacks tribe….



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20 Feb

SEO for Amazon Products

In this post I’m going to discuss ranking an Amazon product page with SEO and why it’s much easier to do than on standard websites.

I must say its been a while since my last blog post, my apologies folks, things have been a little busy with business, but anyway I’m back to blogging more regularly now. I’ve decided I’ll be doing a series of blog posts over the next few months about selling on Amazon, as its a great way to make money online, and I’ve seen loads of people, my other brother being one, that have created very profitable businesses selling on Amazon.

The first thing I need to state is that doing SEO on a standard website is VERY different than doing SEO on an Amazon product page. The main thing is that you can get away with a lot more on Amazon!!

Most of you will be aware that Google made it harder for the average web master to rank their sites organically, with updates such as Google Penguin. I can testify to being ‘slapped’ a few times myself. Gone are the days where you can blast your websites with 1000′s of links from anywhere and hope it will rank just fine.

However….it doesn’t seem to be this way for Amazon product pages!

Amazon SEO

I’ve been selling on Amazon for the past 6 months or so, however I only do it very part time as I have my own health food brand here in New Zealand which is my main focus these days and a bigger business, however I must  say the money on Amazon is pretty darn easy to make, hence why I encourage people to get into it now.

In fact if I’m brutally honest, I’ve done hardly anything on my Amazon business for over a month, as my time has been soaked up in my other business, but regardless I am just about to reach $25,000 a month in sales on Amazon a month, not bad considering I’ve done nothing on it, I’m not kidding either, when you use Fulfillment By Amazon (FBA) you can get away with doing pretty much nothing when set up.

The SEO Plan

So for one product I sell on Amazon, I did the usual SEO stuff, press releases, article submissions, bookmarking etc…the usual suspects, however the rankings were suprizingly sluggish for this product. Other products I’ve done SEO for responded faster to this stuff. After adding more and more links and still no results for this product, I decided to try a different approach, as more of an experiment.

So what did I do?

Dropping BombsWell I did an intense amount of deep research, and planned for weeks and weeks the perfect backlink plan and networked with many top level internet marketers to gain more insight…..

….Ha ha, actually I did none of that at all, instead all I did was bring in the HEAVY ARTILLERY and increased the links to the Amazon product listing page hard core with 1000′s and 1000′s of links from services I used over at the Warrior Forum.

You can find loads in the WSO section there. To my surprize the keyword I was trying to rank for went straight to the top of Google in a week and has been there for the past 4 weeks.

When looking at using services over at Warrior forum I would recommend you read the reviews before just using anything, as there is some garbage over there too, but there are also some pretty good services too.

So what did my little experiment show me? Well for Amazon product pages Google doesn’t penalize you for huge amounts of low quality links and in fact these Amazon URL’s respond really well.

I know this kind of goes in the face of everything that we are all told to do with SEO, but hey it works. I would never do this for any other web property, but when you’re trying to rank a page on a domain with the authority of Amazon then the rules are different.

Head over to Google yourself and search for keywords related to products and time and time again Amazon is right there and often has multiple listing, and sometimes I have even seen the first 3 organic results are Amazon!!


So How Can This Make YOU Money?

The obvious question I’m sure you’re all wondering is how can this make me money? Well the short answer is quite easily, as all you have to do is get YOUR OWN product listed on Amazon, and then you can backlink that URL of YOUR OWN product, and when it ranks, which it will, you will get loads of traffic to your Amazon product page and make sales.

If you’re ever wondered how you can beat big authority sites in the Google rankings, well here’s another approach, DON’T TRY, just join them and rank your own Amazon page!

Furthermore, the more sales you make with good conversions, the higher up the Amazon rankings you will go and you will make even more sales!

How Do I Get My Own Product Though?

I’m sure some of you are wondering how on earth do I get my own product on Amazon though. One easy way to do this is by private labeling a product and branding it as your own. This way you have your own unique product on Amazon and you can use the Amazon FBA system to managed all the fulfillment.

The moral of the story is that you can get great rankings fast with link volume IF you’re trying to rank an Amazon page. What this means is for your product that you sell on Amazon you’ll drive more traffic and make more money.

You MUST be selling your own brand on Amazon, via private labeling, which my friend Matt Clark showed me to do (for Amazon anyway). Private labeling is pretty easy to do when you know how, and I’ll talk some more about this soon.

Anyway, I hope you can see why selling on Amazon is pretty easy to make money with.

I will be sharing more about selling on Amazon next week!

SEO for Amazon Products is a post from: Internet Marketing Secrets, Affiliate Marketing Blog, Affiliate Internet Marketing

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