2 Years At Wealthy Affiliate

Last Update: December 18, 2017

Just got a notice I've been at Wealthy Affiliate for 2 year which is pretty crazy.

Here's what I've learned and gone through:

When I started 2 years ago I've never heard of affiliate marketing, seo, keywords and never really thought how Goggle worked before.

I started a health website that went nowhere. I kept with it for a year and just couldn't gain traction. I think I made one sale in 12 months. Not good lol

Then I came across a post that changed things around for me:

http://www.viperchill.com/goog...

Basically this guy said he got a lot of traffic from finding keywords with the year in them. So best lawnmowers 2017 would be easy to rank for, converts at a high rate and gets a lot of traffic.

My Second Website - Fast Results And A Faster Fall

After I read this article I started researching other websites and people were making a killing using this strategy of using the year in their best of lists. I gave up on my first website and started a new sports website.

The only problem was I started in August. It takes about 5 months to see results. If I made best of lists with 2016 in them they'd show up in December when the year would turn to 2017.

So I held off until September and got the idea to write best of lists for winter sports with 2016-2017 in the title. I figured winter sports spill into the new year and I could get credit for both and I was right.

From September to mid November I focused on best of lists for winter sports here was my results:

Month 1 in August: $1 earned

Month 2 in September - $20 earned

Month 3 in October - $60 earned

Month 4 November - $120 earned

Month 5 in December - $1350 earned

Month 6 in January - $2360 earned

Month 7 in February - $1800 earned

So as you can see things just kind of took off.

From Mid November all the way to March I focused on keywords with 2017 in them.

I wrote 3 times the amount of content and I was fully expecting to hit around $5000 a month by summer and $10,000 by winter

And then it happened.. Goggle Fred Update in March

Here's what happened:

I only had best of lists with affiliate links in them. No other content and the best of lists were around 1800 words for 12 affiliate links.

That doesn't look good to Goggle. Their Fred update targeted websites like mine. They didn't it like it when you put revenue ahead of user experience and according to their algorithm that's what I was doing.

I lost all my ranking and my earnings quickly dropped to around $200 per month.

Lesson Learned - Third Website Up And Running

I decided to start over instead of trying to save the website. I sold it on Flippa for $2000 and used that money to start a new sports website.

So around May I started writing extremely long best of lists for winter sports (so 2017-2018 keywords). My content is around 5,000 words to 8,000 words now and I outsourced a bunch of non-affiliate content too. So half my content is best of lists and the other half is "how to" content.

So that's where I'm at. I wrote a TON of content that should make money this fall and winter. I left myself a lot of time this year so I don't get penalized and I have probably double the amount of content this time around than I did last year.

My keywords are sitting in nice spots right now and are only going to go up.

I'm expecting this winter to be more than last winter and I'm hoping to be over 5K by next summer. I think I'll truly get a full time business this time. I'm confident and I know what I'm doing.

***Update***

My website is doing better than I could have hoped for. For December, which is the 7 month, it looks like I'll be around 5K for the month.

If you want to copy my strategy I highly recommend that you do, especially right now. Start researching 2018 keywords and create lengthy best of lists (around 250 to 400 words per product). So if you're doing 13 best lawnmowers 2018 your post should be around 4,000 words. You'll want a short 600 to 800 word buyer guide too.

You can learn more about the strategy here:

http://incomeaddon.com/

Sign up for the training there, it's free.

If you have ANY questions please let me know and I'll help out. I've learned so much this last year and I'm eager to help!

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Genelda Premium
Got an update? Way to go. :)
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kimwolfe Premium
Check out his training. He reports updated numbers and provides clear steps on how to repeat what he does.
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bnavaluna Premium
Thanks for the post. It's always good to hear about positive results from hard work. Keep it up with the content.
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Hi dylan! I would love to hear an update on how things are going for you!

Wish you the best,
Vanesa.
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dylanrieger Premium
Hey, sold my website for $40,000 a few weeks ago. Now I'm just planning my next site and trying a few new things out.
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davehayes Premium
The website link above doesn't go to any training just a front page
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StPaul Premium
Wow thanks a lot for sharing and caring.... Loads of valuable information... I am keep on asking how I missed to follow you oh my GOD.... Currently also I read a post of Zarina and she mentioned you so followed you.....

You'll want a short 600 to 800 word buyer guide too. Please explain this ....
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SantaFez Premium
Thanks for this - signing up! =)
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billy947 Premium
Great, Thank You, will definitely take on the training.
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mattmike Premium
Thanks so much, Going to follow your training, I need it. Thanks for being so generous and sharing, Deanna
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arielharris7 Premium
congrats..great job! you are an inspiration !
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QAVAVO Premium
Great achievement
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dj-drea Premium
Awesome strategy!
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eosegueraf Premium
Hi Dylan:
Thank you for sharing your strategy my friend. I wish you make a steady $5k+ monthly income in 2018.
With my best regards:
Eugenio.
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dylanrieger Premium
Thanks!
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eosegueraf Premium
You are welcome.
Eugenio.
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Matinki Premium
Thanks for sharing this.
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dylanrieger Premium
No problem
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vadimb1 Premium
Hello Dylan,
Thank you for sharing the info. Very informative!
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dylanrieger Premium
You're welcome!
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viyee Premium
Thanks again, Dylan! Fantastic!
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dylanrieger Premium
No problem!
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gardenguy Premium
Hi Dylan.....Your strategy was forwarded to me by another WA member, and I think it's an amazing idea. I am very green at all this.....currently in Bootcamp, learning. But a question I have is how are you monetizing?....Amazon?

Thank you for all you're doing here.

~Wayne
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dylanrieger Premium
Yep all through Amazon.. I might branch out in the future but for now it's working fine
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AudioAL Premium
Thanks a lot for sharing - my original idea ran along these lines, but I didn't want to just create a doorway site, so I'm glad it looks like with the right amount of extra value to the user, a 'best of/top ten' site converts well.
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dylanrieger Premium
No problem!
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KarenEB Premium
That is fantastic. Thank you.
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dylanrieger Premium
No problem
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SeanTee Premium
Hi Dylan

I have a question. Do your strategy involved collating a subscribers list? Seems everybody online is advising that we do this. Is it possible to get results without getting subscribers for your site?

Appreciate your advice. Thanks.

Sean
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dylanrieger Premium
Nope I don't have a list.. it's all just content
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Telecaster89 Premium
Hi Dylan,

Very informative. I have been a member here for sometime and have be procrastinating for a while. I have been doing my work lately trying to learn as much as i can.

Do you mind sharing what your website is. Not that I want to copy you I just want to get some ideas for my niche.

Thank you and happy new year.

Wish you all the best in 2018.

Thank you,

Craig
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clemz Premium
You are an amazing person.
Thanks for sharing and wish you more success going forward.
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dylanrieger Premium
Thanks and same to you!
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CM35 Premium
Hi Dylan

Great Post

Roughly how many posts did you make in your initial Sports site Before the sales jumped in the 5th month?

Any feedback would be much appreciated.

Cheers

Chris
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dylanrieger Premium
Probably around 30
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CowboyJames Premium
Thank you Dylan. Very good information.
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dylanrieger Premium
Your welcome!
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Gordon-D Premium
Hi Dylan, where do you get the information when you set out a review.
Also is it possible to get a link to your website to get an idea of how you lay it out?
Great article many thanks for the information.
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dylanrieger Premium
I'd prefer not to share my website and I just google the product. i
usually get product information from a few big retailers in my niche
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Gordon-D Premium
No problem Dylan, thanks anyway
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arielharris7 Premium
Thank you so much for truly feeding our minds! This was really great! I am going to read this over several times to really understand it. Best wishes for a most successful 2018.
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dylanrieger Premium
thanks!
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PLEAffiliate Premium
Wow! This is absolutely awesome. It just goes to show that patience and perseverance pay off. I'm struggling at the moment. I joined in July 2017 and my niche is only now getting very little traffic. Most of my content is based on 'What is', 'How does', and so on. Still not getting any ranking, even though the QSRs are very low.

I'll take a deeper look at this post and find someway to improve.

Thanks for sharing,

ASG
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dylanrieger Premium
No problem.. I would suggest reading this (it's a in depth look at my strategy):
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PLEAffiliate Premium
Thanks, I'll take a look.
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Isobel2 Premium
Thank you so much Dylan. Wow! You have done so well and I will be contacting you.
Happy Holidays!
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dylanrieger Premium
Your welcome!
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julesnp Premium
Good day Dylan,
What a priceless post. I really thank you for this and I am following you. You most likely have a few questions sent in you direction. Again Thank you for sharing and have a great day. Awesome results you are getting on you next post.
Jules
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dylanrieger Premium
Thank!
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SrdjanK Premium
That's fantastic insight!
Thank you so much for sharing
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dylanrieger Premium
Thanks!
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skmorrow Premium
Wow, this is awesome. Thank you so much for sharing this. What do you do with your permalink? If you are doing "13 best lawnmowers 2018" do you shorten your permalink to exclude the year?
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dylanrieger Premium
Thanks and that's exactly right. When the new year comes around you just have to add a few products and change the date to 2019 and you'll rank for 2019 too
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skmorrow Premium
Do you use Jaaxy or the WA keyword tool? I have been kind of stuck lately with keywords. There is a lot of information out there about what criteria to use. Do you have any suggestions as to what has been working for you? In the training Kyle says to look for keywords under 100 QSR. Do you subscribe to that? I have been reading about unquoted search results as well. There is a lot of info out there and it's confusing.
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dylanrieger Premium
What's you niche? The keywords you choose depends on that. You can PM me if you want to talk more about
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gracesystem Premium
Magnificent, congratulations
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dylanrieger Premium
Thanks!
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vomers Premium
Congratulations, on implementing such a successful strategy as well as sharing what happened from the Fred update.

Truly fantastic information. I will definitely at least be adding a few best of 2018 reviews.

Wishing You Much Success in 2018 and beyond,

Jeff
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dylanrieger Premium
They work really well!
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HoraceT Premium
That is a great strategy. I will start checking that out. Thanks!
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dylanrieger Premium
No problem!
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mybiz4u Premium
Oh wow...thanks so much for the info. I will be contacting you. Thnx
M
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dylanrieger Premium
Thanks! and look forward to it!
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littlemama Premium
hi Dylan, what content outsourcing you like o use? I have a guide that's labeled 2017, at what point should I change it to 2018, I was thinking now.
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dylanrieger Premium
Hey, I like textbroker the most - the 4 star usually works good. I would change it between now and the end of 2017. I would add a little content though. Doesn't have to be much but at least a paragraph just to get Google's attention.
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littlemama Premium
Thank you, didn't think to add some content.
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Zarina Premium
Excellent info, thank you for sharing Dylan!
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dylanrieger Premium
No problem
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Zarina Premium
By the way, I rarely say this, but went through the comments - and those were as valuable as the blog post itself.
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dylanrieger Premium
Haha thanks.. I've learned a few things the past two years. There's some other posts that are pretty helpful. If you ever need any help just send me a PM and I'll be glad to lend a hand
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Zarina Premium
Thank you Dylan! :)
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MarlaineB Premium
Hi Dylan,

You've got some great blogs here! I'm ready to "scrap" my first website, in a sense, like you did. I'm just not getting any traction, and now that I know more about Affiliate Marketing, I want to start fresh with a better idea. I've been spending time learning and reading and fine tuning my next idea before I jump in and get to work... make a better PLAN this time. Reading blogs like (so many of) yours has be been well worth my time I think! Thanks!!

I do have a few questions for you, if you don't mind...?

1. "I only had best of lists with affiliate links in them. No other content and the best of lists were around 1800 words for 12 affiliate links."
-- My question is regarding affiliate links in "Best of" posts... I assume Google counts EACH link as "1", regardless of if you link the image AND the "buy now at Amazon" to the same page. How do you get around that? If I do a lengthy post with 15 different items ("Top 15..."), I'd have 30 affiliate links, right? In your experience, is that ok? Or do you doctor the image to include the "buy now", so it's just one link regardless of where they click?

2. Do you think it's essential to have the "how to" or "ways to" posts mixed in? The niche I'm thinking of has a ton of "best of" possibilities, as well as products ripe for individual product reviews, but I'm going to have to be really creative coming up with non-affiliate-linked articles. And write them all myself (I'm hesitant to spend more when I'm already big in the hole... eventually I'd LOVE to outsource... just not until I'm running a profit). In your opinion, is it worth the effort to ensure at least 1/2 or 1/3 or 1/4 are the "how to" articles?

3. You say it takes approx. 5 months to gain traction if you're working hard. Is that "full time" or "part time"? How many articles do you post per week?

Thanks Dylan! I look forward to hearing your thoughts!
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dylanrieger Premium
Hey, now is the perfect time to start a new website if you use my strategy. Start writing your best of posts for 2018 and you'll get the benefit when it turns to 2018.

To answer your questions:

1) What I do is I have one link per product. I have a picture but it doesn't link to Amazon. I write about 300 words per product and at the bottom I have a "Take A Closer Look" button that links to the product at Amazon.

But if you wanted two links per product I think that's fine as long as you write enough. Take a look at this post: https://www.switchbacktravel.com/best-tents-backpacking

This person has 2 links per product and then a table at the end with more links. With 18 products this person has 54 links and this article is currently in the 3rd position for the targeted keyword. On a whole this website does extremely well and gets over 2 million clicks a month with pretty limited content (under 300 pieces of content).

This article is 8000 words, though! You don't have to get your articles up to 8,000 but you'll want atleast 3,000 words per 10 products. If you add a little buyers guide or what to think about when choosing a product you can get to 3,000 words per 10 products pretty easily.

2) This is a good questions and something I think about a lot. In my absolute honest opinion I don't think it's important to have non-affiliate content as long as you do your affiliate content right.

Look at this website:
https://www.144hzmonitors.com/

This website reviews computer monitor screens. I'd say 90 percent is affiliate content and this website get 3 million clicks per month. They only have 1 affiliate link per product review, though. If you sprinkle in too many affiliate links you'll get hit with a penalty.

Here's what I do. Right now on my website I'm probably 75% best of lists and 25% "how to." My "how to" articles are buyer guides, though. So I'll write a "best of list" for a certain product and then write a separate "how to buy" for the product. For example, Best coffee makers 2018 would be one and the other article would be how to buy a coffee maker. Then I link the two.

3) I do it full time now. But my other website, the one I got to over $2,000 a month in 6 months, I did when I was working full time. I would work and then come home and write.

I outsourced my how to content this time around. So right now I write about 2 very length best of posts a week. The website I'm making now is the exact same website as my last one that made money quickly. My keywords a ranking WAY better this time. In October last year I had 600 clicks for the month. This October I already I have 6,000 clicks.

If you want to PM with your niche I can help you put together a content strategy. You can take a look at my website too if you want a better idea of what I do. I'll send you it in the PM's.

Also, sign up for the free course here: http://incomeaddon.com/
This guy makes over $200,000 a year as an Amazon affiliate. It's where I learned to make "best of posts."
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dylanrieger Premium
One more thing - this guide helps for on page seo too (some tips to rank better and how to avoid penalties) https://backlinko.com/on-page-seo
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If I create a website using this strategy, should I target keywords with 2018 at the end since it takes time to rank? (by that time it will be 2018) Or should I still use 2017-2018?

Thanks!
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dylanrieger Premium
I only used 2017-2018 because my keywords were winter sport related, so the season is in both. Definitely put 2018 at the end. Make sure not to put 2018 in the url, though. Only the title.

So in goggle it'll like this: Best "keyword" 2018 but the url will just say best "keyword."

This way when 2019 comes around you just have to switch the 2018 to 2019 without writing the entire post over (you'll want to update it a little but it's better than having to start from scratch).

Now is the perfect time to start for this strategy too.

What's your niche btw? Maybe I can help
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Thank you for all the information!

I am still deciding on my niche. I want to spend a week or two researching and learning the best strategies and best niches before I start.
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dylanrieger Premium
Sure thing! Let me know
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IsaacSc Premium
Hi Dylan. Just want to stop by and thank you for the awesome free training you mentioned here. I've finished the training and I can say the it's a true eye opener. While WA is the best for beginners with step by step instructions, this training is brings it to a whole new level - especially for Amazon affiliates.

I'm currently writing my first "best of" post and trying to get some backlinks. If there is a thing that I don't quite agree with the training is on Semrush. I believe Ahrefs is a better and more comprehensive tool for competitor and keyword research (and much better than jaaxy imo).

Cheers!
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dylanrieger Premium
Hey Isaac! I agree that training is excellent for Amazon affiliates.. I actually found the guy's website if you want to look at it: https://elitegamingcomputers.com/

I honestly don't use anything but the free keyword tool here at WA. I should look into Ahrefs though because I want to start building links
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IsaacSc Premium
Thanks for sharing his site buddy! You really should check out Ahrefs. It's quite expensive with starter plan at $99/mth but the amount of data is outstanding.
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dylanrieger Premium
I definitely will!
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IsaacSc Premium
Btw Dylan, I noticed that his guide has ratings for products. Is it required to put ratings next to our best lists? What do you think about it?
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dylanrieger Premium
I put a rating but I don't have a star system.

I'll do something like this

Title of the product in H3 heading
company: company name
Rating: 4.8/5
Price: $$$$

Then I write my description of the product. After I put "Take a closer look at (insert product name)" and link it to Amazon

I do this for each each product listed.

I don't do anything fancy and I seem to convert pretty well.
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IsaacSc Premium
Thanks buddy!
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Zarina Premium
Hey Isaac and Dylan.

I went through the training too (almost done) and I have a serious question for you. Brent heavily focuses on backlinks being super important for rankings.

But I remembered Kyle perspective that backlinks actually not good for rankings: I am confused to be honest. What do you think of Kyle's post??
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dylanrieger Premium
You don't need backlinks as long as you write quality best of posts.. 3,000 words per 10 products and you'll be fine. I haven't created a single back link and I get around 650 views a day and I'm only at the 6 month mark.
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Zarina Premium
650 views a day is impressive! And that's enough to make around $1-2k, right? I assume it's all organic visitors too?

I am so forever thankful I came across you - I started a new site and working on my first best of post - because there are different products and around 200-300 words per each, it doesn't seem as tiring!

That's why I was pretty reluctant writing reviews on a regular basis because there's so much to cover on one program/product/subject and it gets a bit, well, annoying lol
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dylanrieger Premium
Yep, it gets me around 1k to 2k. It's all from from Google. I'm hoping to get those numbers way up in the next year.

I feel the same way about reviews. It's way easier writing a 3,000 word best of post then a1,000 word single review.
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Zarina Premium
HUGE thanks to you, Dylan!! You've inspired me. I've been getting pretty small income this whole time and I started getting discouraged a bit. (Although, better than nothing). But, seems like I just needed a new strategy to make more money.
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dylanrieger Premium
I went a full year before making a dime. I switched up my strategy to this one and changed my niche. Next thing I knew I was making 2k a month in 6 months!
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AdeRobinson Premium
Thanks for your feedback again, man. I'm reading your post here and found the "year" thing interesting. I sort of intuitively got that I should add a year to my review, because when I search online for reviews, a lot of the top results have the year in them. Do you think this works if you actually change the year in the keywords themselves as the years change?
Let's say you have a 2017 review post on a product that's still selling and will continue to sell as time goes on. When next year comes, do you change the year in the title to 2018? Or does it confuse Google? Or do you just write a brand new review again for the same product for 2018?
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dylanrieger Premium
I would switch it to 2018 and google should know. You might want to update it a little (add 1 or 2 more laptops), this way google will look at the post again. When ever you add content to an old post google takes notice.

That's what I plan to do atleast. You have a good website, though, and you should keep going.

Take a look at the examples of successful affiliate websites I wrote about in one my previous blog posts (I wrote two of them). You'll see websites getting a ton of traffic doing what you're doing - you just have to stick with it
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dylanrieger Premium
Here's the post. There's one website where someone reviews computer monitors and gets 2 millions views a month!
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AdeRobinson Premium
Awesome, thanks a TON!
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dylanrieger Premium
No problem. The free training I recommended at the bottom is worth looking at too. The guy makes around $200,000 a year as an Amazon affiliate and he's in niche that's similar too (he does gaming computers),
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furkan2665 Premium
Hi, man thanks for sharing these and congratulations for 2 years :)

Seriously a long time I checked your posts on here and these actually helped me ;) Thanks for that.

I actually knew about fred and well when that happened my site was so new and I actually did not know anything about it. But lately, I have been thinking about what should be the good (how to content / review). I write 1 informative content and 2 review type for a very long time and I think it works but do you think is it a good ratio? My content actually depends on the subject I have 700 words of content and I also have 3500 words of content too.

What do you think about it?
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dylanrieger Premium
Hey thanks for the comment. I think you're doing fine. I really stuffed my content with affiliate links and it hurt me.

My new website is doing well and I've lengthened my content so much that I'm pretty sure it'll avoid any penalties. Plus, 40 percent of my content is now "how to"

My advice is this:

Over 750 words for how to articles and individual reviews.

And if you ever do a best of list I would try and get to 3,000 words per 10 affiliate links. So 10 best shampoos for dry hair would be 3,000 words (writing a short 600 to 800 word buyer guide and adding to the post makes it easier to get to those numbers).

Make sure to check out the free training I recommend in those posts at this website:

http://incomeaddon.com/

This guy makes a lot of money doing exactly what I do and I think he recommends the best content strategy.
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furkan2665 Premium
alright man, that is what I think I used to write 2000+ words for best of lists and for a month or so I wrote 3000+ words for best of lists. And I will add up more content in old 2000 words best of articles.

I will definitely have a look at it, thanks, man hope you will reach all of your goals :)
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dylanrieger Premium
Thanks and same to you!
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MegMc Premium
Thanks for sharing this and congratulations on 2 years! I really appreciate how you've outlined your experience and the strategy that is working for you now. Hopefully you're headed to great success this time around!
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dylanrieger Premium
I hope so too! Good luck on your site as well!
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TeresaS1 Premium
Thanks! Congrats. Good luck to your success!
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dylanrieger Premium
Same to you!
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TheDummyOfWA Premium
That is awesome! Way to go, and congrats on the two year anniversary here at WA! :)
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dylanrieger Premium
Thanks!
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RHBarlow Premium
You have done very well and that is encouraging .
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dylanrieger Premium
Thanks I hope to do better in the future!
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MKearns Premium
Awesome what you've done at SEM rush Dylan! Saving this!
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dylanrieger Premium
Thanks!
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GiuliaB Premium
I'll definitely look into the links you've advised, Dyla. First of all, you may feel you've stumbled, but I take my hat off to you for making what I call substantial earnings. And for reinventing yourself three times over!
I've been here nearly 18 months, where I started seeing small earnings since last autumn till this June. Since then, nothing. But I'm also aware that I'm not producing nor marketing half as much as I should.
My new short term goal is to be able to write a two year post next March, where I can tell my successful story as you just did today. Well done!!!

Giulia
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dylanrieger Premium
Definitely check out the bottom link and sign up for the free training. That guys makes 200k a year being an Amazon affiliate doing exactly what we do.

I'm not really discouraged either. I'm pretty sure I know what Google wants and how to avoid penalties from here on out. It took failing a few times but I think I got it this time around.

What niche are you in if you don't mind me asking?
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SPH2 Premium
Wow! It's amazing all that you've been through in only 2 years!
I would like to ask you how you manage to write posts of 4000 words?! I find it difficult to write more than 1500 (and that also takes some effort...) What tips do you have for long posts and do you think that a 1000-word post is also enough?
Thanks,
Paulina
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dylanrieger Premium
Well my longer posts are best of posts which include between 10 to products.

So I write a 100 word introduction, 600 to 800 words on what to think about before buying one of the products and then 250 to 350 words per products.

If you have 15 products and follow that format you'll get well well over 4,000 words and closer to 5,000 or 6,000.

If you're writing non best of lists a 1,000 words is fine.

I would really recommend checking out the free training I linked to at the bottom - that's where I learned how to write best of lists
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SPH2 Premium
Thanks! I will check it out for sure :)
And do you think that writing a post about 10 products is more efficient than writing a post about one or two products?
Paulina
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dylanrieger Premium
If you're doing a best of list you'll want 10 or more. An individual review you'll just want one.
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digitalwisdo Premium
Thanks for the cool advice. I can use this! "Just Go!" Don't Stop.
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dylanrieger Premium
Definitely don't give up. My advice is to write a healthy mix of best of posts, individual reviews and how to articles!
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