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17 Amazon Affiliate Sites – Real World Examples & Traffic Stats

Looking for examples of Amazon Affiliate Sites? You’re in the right place! Let’s look at some real examples of actual Amazon Associate sites. You’ll have a chance to get 1,000s of keywords that they rank for. Disclaimer: I have sites out there and have lots of friends with sites so I’ve taken great care to NOT […] Read More

7 Ways to Actually Improve Conversions For The Retail Season

Most affiliate sites make a lot of money over the retail season — November and December. It’s especially true when you have an Amazon Affiliate Site. People buy a lot on Amazon and as an Amazon Associates member, you get credit for everything in the cart when the customer places an order. It’s the biggest […] Read More

Where Do You Find and Hire Writers?

I remember when I sat down to write the first blog post on my very first niche site. It was exciting, yet scary. I was looking at the cursor in the WordPress post editor. I struggled my way to 500 words, filled with mistakes. Fast forward just three years to 2016 and I was publishing an […] Read More

How to Get Links to Affiliate Posts

I’ll explain four ways to help you get backlinks to your affiliate content with white hat guest posts that Google will like. And that your competitors can’t replicate. So you found a niche, launched your site, and now you’re starting your outreach to help promote your Amazon Affiliate site. First, pat yourself on the back […] Read More

How to Improve Keyword Golden Ratio Post Ranking

  I got a question about Keyword Golden Ratio… “My brand new site is 3 weeks old and the KGR is ranked at 16. How do I move it up in the search? Any tips?” If you are unfamiliar with Keyword Golden Ratio (KGR). It’s essentially the supply and demand of keywords. You can rank […] Read More

How to Stay Motivated

I had just emailed a client. He was thrilled with my work and wanted to buy more of my services.

Yay! 

Right?

Actually, no. I felt drained and tired.

I launched a guest posting service in 2015 because I was good at it and I wanted to see what it would be like to run a service business.

The service was on pace for a six-figure year with just me working part-time, plus a freelance virtual assistant working about 10 hours per week. So business was good and growing, but something was off.

My motivation was really low for this growing business.

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