June 7, 2016

4 Traits the Best Amazon Sites Share

If you look at the best, most profitable Amazon sites on the interwebz then you will find that they all share the same traits.

​I have decided to compile a few of these traits for you in this email.

​Use them on your sites and you should see a big difference in your business.

1. Branding and Authority - Almost all of the best Amazon sites are branded and strive to be an authority in their niche. They have a nice branded logo, clean design, branded Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter accounts etc.

2. Bigger Niche - Most of the sites are covering a big niche such as DIY, Fishing, Gardening etc. They then build out review categories for all the different sub niches within the bigger niche.

​Let's take fishing for example. They can have reviews and information about Fish Finders, Bait Casting reels, Fly fishing reels and rods, Waders, Fishing ski's, Tackle Boxes etc.

​On top of that they have different information categories as well such as Bass fishing, Trout/Fly Fishing, Boat Fishing etc.

3. They build huge email subscriber lists in their niche. Imagine if you had a list of 20 000 fisherman? You can sell them endless amounts of stuff for years to come. provide them with great information as well as selling to them. It's a gold mine!

4. Diversified traffic sources - All of the best sites are driving their traffic from different traffic sources and does not rely on just one source for their traffic. If you rely on only one source of traffic then you are putting your business at risk of losing it all if that source goes dry. It happens all the time so don't let it happen to you.

​There you have it.

​Implement these 4 steps and you will be well ahead of your competition who are still stuck building thin little affiliate sites which gets penalized from Google, Facebook and most other traffic sources.

​If you want to learn how to build one of these Authority Sites and implement these 4 traits in a step by step manner go to

http://www.authoritysitesecrets.com/

​Cheers,

Jan​

Jan Roos

Marketer, Author, Dad and Husband

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