This is my opinion on the matter, take it as a pinch of salt if you must. To use services as you have mentioned prweb or monkey every month your fees would be in the between $3k – $5k for one year service. Also email service tool, video submission, link indexing will be additional cost. In total you could be looking at over $5k just to do this on your own, plus if you were to jump on a cheaper course option using the same PLing. If you dont believe me, check out the prices for services yourself i.e prweb or PR monkey, 1 press release a month for each product. Video submission tool, link booster/indexer, backlinker tool.
With an affiliate website, your risks are maybe $50 to $70/mo which isn’t much. As you build your site and your authority within your specific niche, your income growth can be anywhere from a couple thousand dollars/mo to over $50,0000/mo to $100,000/mo.
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@Bill Cameron, The link ebook about import from China that is displayed in that post #734 is a link to a thread in this Internet Marketing Product Reviews and Ratings forum, but it has been deleted because it was deemed to be “too self promotional”.
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Negative reviews are at the top of some of the worst things that can happen to an Amazon seller. So what recourse do you have? Should you respond to the negative reviews? Abandon the listing and http://www.kezi.com/story/37326182/news a new one? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, Scott walks through several ways sellers like you can deal with negative reviews left on your product listing. One thought that Scott shares is to consider offering a new and improved product that resolves the reviewer’s issues free of charge as a response to the review that they left.
With regard to contacting Amazon customers directly, I think the policy is pretty clear that you can contact them within the context of that transaction and no more. Does ASM advise doing more than that? Asking for reviews is ok as well.
But I still would consider Skip McGrath’s “The Complete Amazon Marketing System” for $147 dollars before forking over several thousands of dollars to an un-established program who’s owners are best know for their bussiness success via high mark ups on products.
1) Course is laid out as a step by step course. They drip feed the content, which i know some people hate (might be a negative for some), but i didn’t mind at all because i like to learn slow, and it forces you to work slow and do the tasks one at a time.
CleanTAS 414 – UPDATE: How We Sold 180 Units ($3,697.44) in 24 Hours with NO Promotions What will it take to get your ecommerce business to catch fire and get off to a strong start? How do you know that the strategies and concepts that Scott teaches are worth it to implement? On this episode of The Amazing Seller, 9/20/2017 Free View in iTunes
CleanTAS 240 – How to Build Your Own Channel and Web Property Outside of Amazon with Spencer Haws Today’s guest is Spencer Haws, he’s a long time web entrepreneur who has built his experience and knowledge creating niche based websites. You can see more of what he’s done in that realm at his site www.NichePursuits.com. 8/10/2016 Free View in iTunes