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If you’ve been having trouble really getting to where you want to be at with your websites, you’re really going to want to read the posts I have for you today.
In this week’s Sunday Shares, where I share three interesting articles I’ve read during the week, I’m going to share a strategy one Wealthy Affiliate guy uses to create 6 figure websites, how you can use email on your Amazon niche websites and how to stay focused during the day while building your sites.
This training was written by Dylan, a Wealthy Affiliate member who joined back in 2015.
Starting out, he struggled to make money during his first year but never gave up. Eventually, through following the training and never quitting, he figured it out and started applying a simple strategy to building Amazon websites.
This strategy is free and very simple to do and he lays it all out in this multi-page training. Be sure to read it all – you might recognize the strategy that he uses or you might not. He says it takes about 6 months to really start seeing good results.
If you want to know what kind of results he gets from this, he recently sold one of his websites for $40,000.
Recently, I started blogging at Wealthy Affiliate about the tasks I want to achieve for the day.
Every day, I’d post a to-do list and list the items I want to get done and I’d report back with another post when the day is over. This technique helps me to stay focused and productive throughout the day.
The Oberlo blog has some tips for staying focused throughout the day and you’ll find them in this blog post by Andrew Roach.
It’s not rocket science but you should read it still just in case you have trouble staying focused. I’ve been using some of these techniques to stay focused with my tasks.
Some of the ones I use are:
- doing the toughest tasks first
- doing one task at a time
- taking regular breaks so I don’t burn out
- work on things that I love doing
And I get distracted at times but as the article says, distractions are going to happen.
The last article here is from Human Proof Designs, a website that sells pre-made Amazon niche sites.
The thing about Amazon niche sites is that the traffic that goes through these types of sites are only looking for one thing – to find a particular product and purchase it.
They’re not looking to sign up to any email list and it almost doesn’t make any sense conversion wise.
But Dom from HPD, offers 5 ways you can actually make it work and they definitely make sense too. Think about Black Friday, Christmas, Amazon Prime Day and all the other promos Amazon does throughout the year.
If you want to add email to your Amazon sites, you can. All you need to do is consider these 5 tips.
I hope that you like these three articles or even just one of them. All three articles have the potential to make a difference in your business.
If you have any suggestions, questions or comments that relate to one of the articles, drop them in the discussion area below so that we can talk about it.