Hi everyone! Let’s wrap up my review of the Amazon Affiliate Bible. Then before I move onto a new strategy, there’s one more Amazon course I’m going to quickly go over since this review was so short. The reason I want to cover it is because I had originally contacted the product owner before choosing this AAB one and he just now got back to me to answer a question I had and he comp’d me access for my review so I really want to see what it’s all about.
Okay I only have one section left in the PDF for Amazon Affiliate Bible:
How to Easily Add Products to a FB Page
I won’t be FBing my toy site YET. But I may later. I’ll have to see. But I still want to see what she has to say about it.
Well she makes a very good point about WHY you should do this. In fact, I might start a page for my toy site. Will have to think about how I want to position it. Maybe as a parenting page – or just a toy advice page? Not sure.
She shows us a very easy way to promote on our FB pages that I’d never noticed.
What’s off is that the PDF ends abruptly. She shows us how it looks on her FB page and then it’s done. No motivating “goodbye now go make some money” send off. LOL!
I don’t know – it struck me as weird. No big deal, I just found myself still trying to scroll. 🙂
Bonus #1: How to Get 100s of Clicks to Amazon Without a Website
Okay on to the bonus file. This is a PDF report. It’s 7 pages long. This is a single strategy that’s an automated one. I personally don’t like doing this kind of stuff but you might. She even admits it isn’t a huge converter for her, but does give her 500 clicks and a dozen or more sales each month.
For me, it’s just a sacrifice of the personalization so I won’t be doing it.
Bonus #2: Expensive Product List
This is kind of neat but I can do this manually. It’s an Excel spreadsheet in several categories of expensive products that have a good amount of reviews, showing that people are buying them.
Final Review Decision
Okay today was kind of uneventful but the Amazon Affiliate Bible course as a whole was a good one. I picked up lots of good nuggets in this and her templates would be very useful if my own theme wasn’t so skinny. I give it thumbs up!
Plus, it’s affordable – definitely worth the pricetag.