By Tom Buckland – Tom is the Founder of an organic marketing agency based in the UK. Specialising in increasing revenues on Amazon & Google, he’s the #1 ranked Amazon marketing consultant with http://amazonseoconsultant.com/ & the owner of HQ SEO.
Amazon Marketing Services (AMS) has been designed to increase the number of sales for Amazon businesses by making them stand out from competing products.
There are three different ad options available from Amazon Marketing Services:
- Headline Search Ads
- Sponsored Product Ads
- Product Display Ads
The data collected from the visitor places the ad in the location best served to get the product in front of customers, so they can …
I first became aware of the Amazing Selling Machine back in March of 2013. If you’re in internet marketing circles, then you’ve probably had numerous emails about it. If, by some miracle, you’ve not come across it, it’s a course (with additional software products) that claims to teach you how to sell products on Amazon for a decent profit.
Back in March, the course cost a one-time fee $3,497 (or $977/month for 4 months if you couldn’t afford the single up-front payment). So it was very expensive. I expect that when it’s reopened for sale later today, that the price will be the same.
Back in March I passed on this course, …
Following on from Amazon pulling the plug entirely on associates in Colorado in March this year due to a Sales tax measure introduced in that state, yesterday they fired out an email to associates about an upcoming change to their API which will affect a huge number of associates who use various plugins to add products and customer reviews to their sites. Here’s what they said in their email:
On November 8, 2010 the Reviews response group of the Product Advertising API will no longer return customer reviews content and instead will return a link to customer reviews content hosted on Amazon.com. You will be able to display customer reviews on your …
The Run-Up to Auto Blog Blueprint
I first came across the concept of autoblogging back in November 2009. Basically, all it means is that your blog runs on autopilot, pulling content from different sources and publishing it on a schedule you set up. Most such systems run on WordPress, utilizing a range of different commercial plugins. Some of these plugins pull and publish content on a schedule; others create a number of future-dated posts, based on keyword lists, that WordPress publishes when that post’s future date becomes “today”.
The system I came across late last year was WordPress Mage. This is a full autoblogging system based on WordPress. It also comes …
WordPress Mage is software that creates auto blogs based on the WordPress platform. It is also provided as a set of WordPress plugins that can be added to any wordpress blog. All you do is research a list of keywords for your niche site and paste that list into WordPress Mage and it will build future-dated posts that pull content from article directories, Yahoo Answers, Youtube, eBay, Commission Junction, Clickbank, Amazon and Overstock.
Please note that this is not a review of the product. WordPress Mage is not available to the public. Access to it is by invitation only. If you would like a link to the software, please send me an …