$375.33 Amazon Earnings using Video

Last Update: August 05, 2017

Hi guys,


I just wanted to share my Amazon earnings that I got from creating videos.



My videos were simply about Best (product name) in (year)

Ex: Best Running Shoe in 2017


If you have followed through WA lessons, u should be able to come up with Keyword ideas easily.


And also, learn how to create videos that RANK WELL on Youtube.



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If you read my previous post, my Amazon account was locked. And I did put it off for 3 months.


Now that I have cleared my head, I just get my account back. And hey, so does the income. lol


Imagine if I did this 3 months ago, I would have made so much more.



Sometime, you have just to RELAX when things gone wrong. :P




Best Regards,

Edy Chandra

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jvranjes Premium
Can you say more? How do you make videos, is it you with the product showing it or something else?

Make a training or blog with more details if you can.
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boomergp08 Premium
That is AWESOME Edy. I know how you feel when you see that you have earned money that you weren't quite expecting yet.
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Electra-5150 Premium
Hi Edy.

I think the power of video is so much better than slogging it out trying to write blogs & hope it might rank.

Better to join the platform itself by leveraging the power of YouTube for higher conversions. Plus you can also monetise your content on the vid and make a blog in the description, and then add in a link to the almighty beast of Amazon...

That's two powerhouses to utilise and profit from...
Better rankings, better conversion...

We'll done Edy, congrats & all the very best to you.
Pete.
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jvranjes Premium
How and where do you add link to Amazon? Is it in customers' reviews? If so, do you own the product every time? Thank you.

It would be great that you write a blog or training about it.
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Electra-5150 Premium
Hi J.
I've noticed many bloggers that use YouTube as a means to get people onto Amazon. That's were I got the inspiration. Usually a blogger or YouTuber would talk about a product and leave a short link on the description below..
Let's say they were teaching FBA. They leave the short links of the materials you'll need to get started in the text.
So long as you're not promoting spamming links, Google seems fine with this...
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LH-CLUB Premium
Nice one
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olster79 Premium
Well done, Edy, that's brilliant to see!
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