Unless you have been living under a rock, you must
have heard of Amazon - the world's largest online retailer.
Amazon sell a HUGE range of products including books, CDs, DVDs,
electronics, garden tools, clothing, toys and much more.
And they offer generous affiliate commissions on almost everything they sell.
All you need to do in order to earn commission is to send visitors to any
page on the Amazon site - and you'll earn commission on everything that
visitor buys any time in the following 24 hours.
Now our brand new WP Amax software gives you an easy way to generate
profits from the Amazon affiliate program, by creating your own
WordPress niche product blogs.
You can easily set up an unlimited number of blogs, each stocked with
hundreds of Amazon products - all built (and continually updated) on
View An Example
Before I tell you about all the features of
WP Amax, I'd like to show you an example blog created using the
software, to give you an idea of the sort of blogs you can build.
To see the example blog, click here (opens in a new browser window).
The example blog is for Chocolate products, which are high volume, low cost
products that typically generate only a small commission on each sale.
Many people prefer to target higher priced items with their Amazon blogs.
For example, if you pick the much more obscure "Treadmills" category, there
are still 20,000 products on Amazon.com, with prices up to $5,000. Even at the
lowest 4% commission rate, a $5,000 sale generates a substantial $200 commission
- and as you sell more products, your commission rate increases.
There's a vast range of different products available on Amazon - and you can
target any type of product you want with your own Amazon blogs.
Simple Product Info For Maximum
If you've viewed the example blog, you may have
noticed that the information for each product is quite basic.
Each product has just a photo, title, price and a "More Information" button.
The idea is to give visitors just enough information to pique their
interest, so they click on the "More Information" button, taking them to
The sole purpose of the blog is to attract visitors and then forward them to
Amazon (via an affiliate link).
Amazon's website generates billions of dollars of sales and is highly
optimized with upsells, cross-sells and embedded strategies for maximizing
There's no way any blog, no matter how well designed, could possibly sell
things as well as the Amazon site itself.
So the way to get maximum sales is to push the visitor to Amazon.com as
quickly as possible - and let Amazon.com provide all the in-depth details of the
Article Snippets For Effective
If you've ever seen sites created by other Amazon site builders, you'll
probably have noticed that they also only show basic information on the home
But when you click on the product title, you see the full blog post
containing full details of the product and possibly customer reviews of the
product, all scraped from Amazon.com.
WP Amax does not do that, for the reasons stated above. It makes no
sense to give visitors the information on your blog. You want visitors to go to
Amazon.com to see that information, to maximize the chances of making a sale.
And there is another BIG drawback to creating posts that are just scraped
from Amazon.com. Search engines will see your page linking directly to
Amazon.com and containing information that is a clearly scraped from Amazon.com.
Search engines are not stupid. If it's obvious that your page is scraped
content, then your page will not get listed in the search engines.
That's why WP Amax has a powerful solution to create unique
product pages instead.
To use this solution, you need a set of private label articles for your
For each product post, the plugin randomly selects one of these articles and
randomly selects a section of that article.
This random selection process ensures that your product posts will be
unique, even if you are using off-the-shelf private label articles.
The article text is not shown on the blog home page, or category pages. The
text is only shown when a single blog post is being viewed on its own page.
This ensures that all your single post pages contain unique, niche-targeted
content, maximizing the probability of your pages being listed by the