Hi everyone! Let’s dig into Part 10 of our niche monetization series, brought to you by HomeAndGardenPLR.com. First I want to let you know that I had put SkimLinks on my site and yesterday it converted into a click to an eBay item which I made a whopping $0.21 from! LOL
Still, what it says to me is – it works! So I’m glad I installed it because as my site grows, that can only build and help. But I want the majority of my links to be my own personal Amazon links.
Okay last time we went over how to pick a product – or more specifically, where to find products to pick. Today I want to cover a few more things.
Here’s my big plan for my site:
- I plan to make broad pages for all my levels (ie: kitchen, living room, bedroom).
- I plan to make broad pages for each of the next levels (small appliances, coffeemakers)
- I plan to create a page for every product I can find on Amazon in each category. Good products get good reviews, and bad ones get bad reviews with a “buy this instead” piece of advice. I will start by getting to the product level and putting 5 reviews up per category. For instance, I wrote the food processor review on the Breville – so now I’ll have my ghostwriter do 4 more and then I’ll tackle a different small appliance category. I’ll come back to it later and add more content. But I want about 5 specific product reviews per category.
- I plan to eventually do keyword research and add pages for those. More on that coming up…
So now that we see what all has to be done (lots of content), it’s time to start scheduling your management of this site. Now next time we’re going to go into some of the social networking things you can do. But for now, let’s talk about schedules.
We’ll all have different time commitments for this project. On days when I don’t have much going on, I plan to upload as many pages as I can fit in the day. But there has to be a bare minimum for me. So here’s my plan for that:
I will upload one broad and one specific page per day to my site.
Those tasks will include:
- Writing or outsourcing the content.
- Adding the content to a new page.
- Adding links in the form of text and images to Amazon.
- Adding Deals and Recommended Products Widgets to the pages.
- Uploading to my server.
- Adding it to the manual sitemap and replacing the old one on the server.
- Submitting to Google Index via Webmaster Tools.
- Tweeting each new page on my account.
So today here’s what I did for my home and garden niche site:
1. I took the page I had my ghostwriter create on Food Processors and stuck it in FrontPage. Added my widgets from Amazon and my text and image hyperlinks. On the sidebar now I’ll be linking to each review of actual products, which as you’ll recall was the Breville one.
2. I logged into webmasters and did a fetch and index on Google tools.
3. Normally I would go write a specific product review, but I have all the other ghostwritten pages to get up – so until I finish getting those launched, I’m going to just work on those to begin with. I added the Utensils and Gadgets page today.
4. Tweeted both new pages from my home shopping addicts account.
What I did was create a sheet in Word of the Kitchen categories. I drilled down on the broad ages I had so far and I am bolding anything on my sheet that is up and live on my site.
What will your schedule be like?
I think it’s important to get to the specific product review pages ASAP because those will probably convert and be found better than the broader pages, yet the broad pages (in my opinion) are necessary.
I want to keep the ball rolling – try to get something new up every single day for those Googlebots. I noticed in my webmasters tools it went from my business name being the top keyword to kitchen being the one. And I’m being found in search engines (and getting traffic) for bakeware stuff.
How’s yours coming along?
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