i have just written a hub about retirement planning what amazon products should i use? help thanks! and one about moving to cayman islands! thanks guys
I would go with books about financial planning. Search on Amazon for something that fits your hub (financial planning, retirement planning, or perhaps a travel guide for the Cayman Islands) and promote the products that get good reviews, because there's no point in sending people to Amazon's product page if all the Amazon reviewers say the product is junk.
You could search for books on retirement and retirement planning?
A nice feature in the amazon capsule is use the keyword search tab then you don't have to pick each book one by one. I found this feature very helpful and saved me plenty of time finding relevant products.
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