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How to Make More money Using the Small Things From Amazon Associates

Updated on September 16, 2010 Amazon Affiliates Amazon Affiliates

Earning Money Online with Amazon

I am using a little data from Amazon associates and I'm doubling my income. I want to share with you what I learned from Amazon to increase my income. You can do it to with these easy steps. Amazon Associates is a affiliate that lets you earn money rather easily by selling amazons products and then you make a commission off of it. Sounds easy doesn't it? well it is. I started off not making a bad amount but it just wasn't enough to satisfy me. You see these bloggers making thousands each month and I was like I want a slice of that just like everyone else. Well Amazon has a couple tools that you may not even realize are their.

First and easiest way to make money online

First the easiest one that I find most useful is the Earnings Summary report. This report allows you to see what is being sold or what is bought through your account. So your thinking so what. Well you can utilize this by making niche blogs or articles on those products. If you had a blog post on getting rid of algae so one clicked it but bought a different product then you can write a post on that. I know it sounds easy but it gives you ideas for future blog post. I have made quite a bit more doing this. Apparently if they bought it some one else will to. I have found with 20 articles I have done that with that the page I made with the purchased item di 2.5 times better on average than my post. It's not that I don't recommend good products but utilize what works and post it.

Amazon Best Seller

Second is the best selling items for amazon these are great things to write about and put ads up but if you can't rank high then you won't be successful with that. Like right now on the best selling list are Dockers mens pants which is kind of weird but a blog would be easy for that. Boom that's another idea for my list. Also if you see that something you blog or wrote article about is related to the products you have on the page then add them.

Amazon Reports

Using the dates for your reports you can find when and which post was successful. I find trends in my amazon account when I post pond related articles. Those seem to be pretty quick money makers for me. Then depending what people buy I will add specific products to the post to make sure I reach that successful click. Like I said if someone buys it someone else will to. Also when some people buy items they will comment on your ite as to how good the product is which really helps.

Open a aStore

Opening a Amazon aStore is a great way to put all your favorite items in one page for some one to view.  You can make quite a few store for each niche that you may want to do.  This goes back to taking what other people buy and putting it the store.  Because most of the things will be similar since it's a niche blog your doing.  If you refer people to you can earn up to 15% so that is great that you can earn up to that much.  So you can do a shoe and handbag post and earn up to 15%.


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    • hubber-2009 profile image


      8 years ago from India

      oh.. I came from shetoldme...good article..

    • caninecrtitics profile imageAUTHOR


      8 years ago from Massachusetts

      Thank you I wish I would have learned this a little sooner.

    • xixi12 profile image


      8 years ago from Everywhere but here. In the truest sense, freedom cannot be bestowed; it must be achieved. You can never be truly free till you have the discipline to manage it.

      Great hub. Very useful for beginners


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