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Saturday, 23 October 2010

more chances in amazon.com (part 2)

4. Simply get visitors onto amazon.com:
Yes the cookie length for amazon.com is fairly short at only 24 hours, but spends incredible amounts of money on testing their website and improving their ability to converting people browsing for products into customers. It's worth mentioning that I exported my chart of affiliate earnings by product category and only 1,367 of the 3,953 items that shipped through my affiliate links during 2009 were from product categories within the main niches for each of the blogs and websites that I run. Granted, the dollar sum of these items amounted to most of the earnings to the tune of 75%, but by getting people onto .com and shipping an extra 2,000+ items over the course of the year helped to put me into higher earnings tiers which in turn gave me more money overall.
Once a higher referral fee is achieved within the calendar month, the higher referral fee rate will apply to all Qualifying Revenues earned from Qualifying Product units sold by us during sessions initiated through Special Links on your site during that calendar month, including units sold before the new tier was reached."
- Amazon Associates Operating Agreement
In other words, every time you hit a new referral tier it should be accompanied by a resounding boo yah because you just made an extra .5% (or .25% if you're up near the top tier) on all of the products you've already sold during the month. It's safe to assume 20% of the income I generated came from items people simply bought because they were about to buy them anyway and I was the guy that got them onto Amazon's website.

5. Make images clickable affiliate links: 13.8% of total earnings

This tip is what I consider to be the most obvious one, but for some reason I still see blogs that discuss a product and include an image but don't make the image an affiliate link that takes the visitor to that product. If you are already linking to products on Amazon and including images of them but not making the images an affiliate link - make the change now! To lean on my first point, use a new tracking code just to test how well the image affiliate links perform and I can assure you that you'll see some improved earnings.
6. Use Buy Now image buttons: 5% of total earnings
If you're discussing a product that is related to your blog and you're already linking to it several times within the body of the post as I suggest in tip 3 and using the image as a link in tip 4 then you may as well include a button to buy now.
i.e. Amazon style:
I suggest you test the placement to see what works best, but where I like to use mine is in the upper left hand corner of the post just under the blog post title. You can also use a little thumbnail image of the product just above that as well.

7. Focus heavily on shopping time periods:
If there is one time of the year that everybody shops it's November and December. Thank you marketers for Black Friday, Cyber Monday, Free shipping day, Boxing Day (yah what's up Canada), you name it. If you are not telling your readers about good deals for products related to your niche during these times of the year then you are missing out on a huge money making opportunity AND doing them a disservice. I spent hours finding and creating my deal posts with genuinely great prices on products I know are good. Thanks to that effort I made back to back income records with Amazon.com's affiliate program and numerous personal emails from people thanking me for finding them a good deal. I can assure you that if there is one time that you should embrace your hunger to make more money on the internet it is during the holidays. (Yes I recognize how terrible that sounds, but it's true)



ok,that's the last tips i got from that site now. i hope there would be some hot tips next time we meet. just share your opinion and leave the comment.
thank's..

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