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Acquire Your Mastery as Amazon Affiliate!

Published on 10/31/2016
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Acquire Your Mastery as Amazon Affiliate!

One of the largest ecommerce sites is the Amazon website. It is literally filled with thousands upon thousands of products. Many affiliate marketers promote this popular program, and you may be wondering if you should too.

If you live in the United States there are certain states that prohibit you from becoming an Amazon affiliate, so check into this first. Then you need to remember that Amazon operates in different countries around the world. Not all countries sell the same products as the main Amazon site in the U.S.

Another thing to take into account is that Amazon does not offer huge commission rates. Their rates depend on how much you sell and even top sellers only receive around a 10% commission rate.

On the upside Amazon does a really fantastic job at cross selling products to their visitors. When a customer arrives on the Amazon site they will be shown a section that is called “Recent Visitors Also Bought” section. They will also see a “Frequently Bought Together” section. These sections highlight additional products that the customer may be interested in. This increases the likelihood of them actually making a purchase.

Plus they attract millions of visitors each day. Even if you send a customer to Amazon through your toaster link and they end up buying a treadmill, you will still receive credit for it.

Some Nuggets of Wisdom...

In order to promote Amazon products you must sign up as an affiliate. It may be beneficial to sign up to the various programs and not just the U.S. affiliate program. This will depend on where you are going to be marketing as an affiliate.

Some marketers like to set up lots of small websites dealing with all the different Amazon departments. You could do this too, or you could go even tighter and just promote Health supplements for example.  Another idea is to create one huge website that covers all the different products.

Just remember that if you do promote Amazon products that certain products will become unavailable. You will need to keep checking your links to ensure that they do not go to any dead pages. You can either update your links to a replacement product or delete the product.

One of the best ways to promote Amazon products is by writing reviews about the product. You can use the information on the actual website to do this. Use the customer review section as you can find some additional information there from actual customers.

While promoting Amazon can be profitable, remember that you will be up against a lot of other marketers, and that their commission rates are not the highest in the industry.

Have fun and trive in the Amazon Marketplace!

Jaysee

 

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