Look for products that fit an area you know about. People looking for reviews, shopping advice or opinions are more likely to lead to conversions. People usually do more research for big ticket items. You might start by checking out the best selling items for ideas. You can see all the top sellers here: http://www.amazon.com/gp/bestsellers
by Swope 5 years ago
What are the best items to sell on amazon to make a good profit?
by jakecreps 6 years ago
What are the best items to have during a zombie outbreak?
by Nathan Bernardo 3 years ago
I get a decent amount of traffic to a particular article on one of my blogs and just decided to add an amazon image link to it, though I already had a text link. I did this because I'm getting traffic but no conversions. Is this wise or unwise? Will this have a detrimental effect on the pages rank...
by Mary Hyatt 3 years ago
At one time I got sales from eBay, but now I'm confused. When I try and find a product on eBay that would be appropriate for my Hub, I get a confusing message. Can't remember the exact words, but something to the effect the product must be a "buy it now".Am I doing something...
by Kitty Fields 2 years ago
So I've worked on my novel for the past 3 years, finally buckled down and finished it this year. Just recently published it on Amazon Kindle, and I'm so very excited about it. The thing is, I don't know how to promote myself in the best way. And I don't have a ton of $$$ to spend on website design...
by jenblacksheep 8 years ago
I was just wondering what the normal ratio of clicks to conversions is on amazon. I've had nearly 100 clicks but not sold a single thing. Is that normal? Not that I can do anything about it either way, I'm just curious!
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