Additional Resources

There's a few articles and training that have shaped the way I look at affiliate marketing. Here's the best ones:

1) Wealthy Affiliate: This is where I learned and is by far the most comprehensive training on the internet.

2) http://incomeaddon.com/ This website opened my eyes to the power of best of lists and has a free training course you'll want to take. It's much like this training but more in depth. The guy who runs this website makes around $20,000 a month as an Amazon Affiliate.(I think this website is offline now)

3) http://www.viperchill.com/goog... This post opened my eyes to the "year" strategy. This guy makes millions online every year and noticed that keywords with the year in them were the most profitable and got the most traffic.

4) https://gaps.com/google-affili... This is from the same guy as Viperchill and is just another one of his website. It goes more in depth into the year strategy and breaks down a website that only has 8 best of posts and brings in tens of thousands a month.

5) https://backlinko.com/on-page-... I posted this link in the last section but it's worth posting again. This post shows you all the little tricks to rank better.

6) Think and Grow Rich: This is the single greatest business book and one all people looking to make money needs to read.

If you go through these 6 resources you'll basically know as much as me.

I hope this training helps you and I hope you seriously consider what I've said. If you've made it this far I'm guessing you really want to make this whole online marketing thing work.

It's actually really simple to make money online. Once you understand this and all the principles I laid out in this training you'll see what I mean. As billionaire Mark Cuban once said " The internet is the single easiest and best way to make money.' He should know - he made BILLIONS online.

If you have questions leave a comment below or you can send me a message if you don't understand something.

Thanks and I wish you luck on your journey!



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YourBizTips Premium
Thanks Dylan. Now you will think that I am a bit thick, but am I right to think that I should create a website specifically for (examples) "best slow cookers", and another one specifically for "best coffee machines", etc.. and not a website for "best home appliances" and review "best slow cookers", "best coffee machines", etc. on the same website?

Thanks for your time.

John ツ
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YourBizTips Premium
Thanks Steve. Of course I don't mind you giving me a hand. I feel better now as I was already progressing well and thought that maybe I had been wasting my time.

Cheers.

John ツ
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dylanrieger Premium
I don't mind - you have a good grasp on things
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dylanrieger Premium
Steve has it right.. I would pick a kitchen niche and just do every appliance you can think of. Go to Amazon and check out there categories. You can find great niches that way.
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YourBizTips Premium
Excellent. Thanks Dylan. You and @SteveMand form a great team, I can see a new kind of WA platform coming up.

Cheers,

John ツ
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YourBizTips Premium
Hi Dylan,

I am working on my new website and it is time to write content for one specific type of product. Let's say my "best of" is about "best slow cookers", and I have selected 10 of them. As I understand it the review for each one of them will come one after the other on the same post. How many keywords would you select for such a post? and what would be your "Focus Keyword" if for example you tell me that I should have 5 good keywords?

Also, for example, reviewing 10 products would take a long time, would it be clever to do 5, publish, and come back the next day and do another 5, adding to the same post?

Thanks again for this extremely good tutorial.

John ツ
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dylanrieger Premium
If you write best slow cookers that keyword will rank for several keywords - that's what I meant. Just write it once and title it best slow cookers 2018 and put the url as best slow cookers. When 2019 comes around you update it.
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YourBizTips Premium
Thanks Steve.

John ツ
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jonsey41 Premium
Hi Dylan,

Fantastic post, you have certainly got me motivated with this strategy, I was also hit by the google Fred update last year,

it made me kind of give up on the site until I read through your methods which have made me think again.

Congratulations in making it in affiliate marketing, i'm sure there will be a few following these strategies here at WA, including me.

It's all about what you put in as to what you will get out in the end.

Thanks for the info you provided here :)
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dylanrieger Premium
Glad you liked it!
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jonsey41 Premium
I loved it, I have just sent you a PM
Thanks dylan, your the man...
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esteadman Premium
Hi Dylan,
Thanks for the great tips, only 6 months into Amazon affiliate marketing in the small appliance niche and struggling to get traffic with 1000 - 1500 word single product reviews. Most of the latest ones are ranked on page 1, some on page 2, due to better product and keyword research. But, still not a lot of traffic.
Until now I've been reluctant to try best of reviews because I thought Google would not like the high number of affiliate links on a single page on such a new website. Using more words is the key so I'm off to start writing 3000 - 4000-word posts for best of 2018 products.
Is it a good idea to internal link to my previous review pages as well as the Amazon affiliate links?

Thanks again, I'll let you and everyone know how it turns out:)

Ed
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dylanrieger Premium
Definitely link to your reviews! It'll boost ranks. This best of strategy works perfectly for your niche too
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mistia Premium
I'm going to start with your approach. I have a niche website that I am happy with at this point and I am drafting a few "best of" posts now. I took your advise and finished lesson 3, and I'm pretty confident I have the skills needed to continue with this strategy. I really hope this works. Thanks for this training.
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dylanrieger Premium
No problem!
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