A few days ago I made an Amazon store in one of my own websites. BUT I did it differently than most do. I did not use those widgets.
Instead I copied each product image, named them the key word, then put them on my own server, in a keyword named folder.
I then put them on my store page, grouped in very niche categories. I only have two so far, but the point is to optimize the page for one keyword.
I then put my Amazon code in each image, along with the key word for each item as a clickable link. Finally I added text to give more SEO power and level off the large amount of keyword density.
It's a very popular item, sure to be a big hit this Christmas. I only have two backlinks to it so far. It ranks #11 now, only one away from the first page.
Also soon I will rank high in Google image searches for this item. So doing it that way seems to work.
Now I'll make dozens of other pages like this, grouping each category of item on one page to optimize the key word.
I actually though a store product page would fair bad, as most do. But this way seems to work.
Theory seems sound Bill,
Let us know how it works out.
Its about time to be thinking Christmas again isn't it
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