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Retired from a 40+ year career as an engineer, attorney and lastly, cybersecurity analyst. I explored a few options and landed on affiliate marketing.

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I tried to do a blog using content creator. Unfortunately a lot of my niche is "tell 'em and sell 'em" (mini pcs). So when I asked for a post the list of products it gave me pr

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Hi!

I use chatGPT as well, but I'm telling it very strict 'rules', confirmation on some details, elaborations etc.. I'm generally satisfied with the information it gives, and I always search the products on google to make sure I got accurate info.

You can also check other blogs for inspiration as well. (What to include or what not to include).
What kind of information do you find, when you search for your keywords/niche/product type?

Depending on your niche you can also google seasonal options for more inspiration (etc. 2024 spring/summer, 'this years ...', etc.)

And what I'm also trying (with low amount of success for now ngl) is checking what's trending on social media that has something to do with my niche.

I love FrankB-1's suggestion to search for products with high amounts and quality reviews. I'll definitely incorporate this strategy into my arsenal :D

Hi Michael

You can also try using Gemini (Bard), which gives clickable product images in the output.

Most people search Best X for Y or Product X Review +/- date.

Once you have a product list, search them individually on Amazon to see which ones have the highest number of 4 to 5-star reviews, are marked by Amazon as “Best Seller,” etc.

Frank 🎸

These reviews can sometimes be misleading.

Absolutely, Abie.

I sometimes find Gemini more helpful in this regard than ChatGPT.

Sometimes I think it is pulling the info from paid ads, which would make it current and accurate.

Frank 🎸

Thanks, Frank. I appreciate your feedback here. I think cross-referencing multiple resources also helps.

Cross-referencing is always a good idea, Abie. 😎

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How do people research products for "best" or "top pick" lists?

How do people research products for "best" or "top pick" lists?

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I tried to do a blog using content creator. Unfortunately a lot of my niche is "tell 'em and sell 'em" (mini pcs). So when I asked for a post the list of products it gave me pr

Hubs :)

Hi!

I use chatGPT as well, but I'm telling it very strict 'rules', confirmation on some details, elaborations etc.. I'm generally satisfied with the information it gives, and I always search the products on google to make sure I got accurate info.

You can also check other blogs for inspiration as well. (What to include or what not to include).
What kind of information do you find, when you search for your keywords/niche/product type?

Depending on your niche you can also google seasonal options for more inspiration (etc. 2024 spring/summer, 'this years ...', etc.)

And what I'm also trying (with low amount of success for now ngl) is checking what's trending on social media that has something to do with my niche.

I love FrankB-1's suggestion to search for products with high amounts and quality reviews. I'll definitely incorporate this strategy into my arsenal :D

Hi Michael

You can also try using Gemini (Bard), which gives clickable product images in the output.

Most people search Best X for Y or Product X Review +/- date.

Once you have a product list, search them individually on Amazon to see which ones have the highest number of 4 to 5-star reviews, are marked by Amazon as “Best Seller,” etc.

Frank 🎸

These reviews can sometimes be misleading.

Absolutely, Abie.

I sometimes find Gemini more helpful in this regard than ChatGPT.

Sometimes I think it is pulling the info from paid ads, which would make it current and accurate.

Frank 🎸

Thanks, Frank. I appreciate your feedback here. I think cross-referencing multiple resources also helps.

Cross-referencing is always a good idea, Abie. 😎

See more comments

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