5 Proven Strategies to Increase Your Amazon’s Traffic by 206%
- Startup an account with Amazon.
This is the simplest part of the whole task. Just visit amazon and Startup an account for yourself.
This would only take a couple of minutes and is very straight forward.
- Click on your “Your Name” Store tab.
After you have set up your account, you must have been given a password to sign into your account.
If you are not logged in already, log in.
Now, within the subscriber’s area there must be a row of tabs at the very top of the member’s area, click on the one which says “Your Name” Store
This would take you to a complete different area with various sub-menus.
Click on the tab in the sub-menu that shows “About You Area”.
- Creating your About You Area.
This is where you need to pay special attention because this is exactly what people might find once they click on your ‘About You’ tab.
Supposing you’re at the ‘About You Area’ there are areas designed to put your Name, Picture, and Nickname, Real Name, email Address and About Me. Fill in all the spots except your ‘About Me’.
The ‘About Me’ this spot is really what we need to discuss in the next step, simply fill in all the other areas and if you wish to put up an image of yourself, you are able to; it is of your choice.
- Setting up the ‘About Me’ section.
This is possibly the single most crucial section of this whole practice because this is where your customer will learn about who you are and exactly what you and your business are all about, so do take this very seriously, now there are about 4,000 fonts of space to write a description on who you are and precisely what your business is all about, so it’s your choice on how long you wish your description to be.
Before writing your outline here is what you need to do within the first 70 to 80 characters of your ‘About Me’ description.
Include your ‘Domain Name’ in quotes into the First 70 to 80 characters of your outline once they click on ‘About Me’ and read your profile page they will as well see your Domain Name, if they need to find out more, they may either copy and paste or type your domain name into their browser which could take them to your site where they could subscribe to the newsletter which will then get them to register to the newsletter.
This is where the ‘List Building’ will start to take place from the visitors sent through Amazon.
Now, it has also been established that Amazon is a very high Traffic website since the ‘About Me Area’ as being setup the way it is often outlined above. The next approach is how to lead Amazon’s visitors to your website.
- Directing Amazon’s traffic to your website
This is when the fun starts. Once you see how it’s done you will possibly kick yourself in the butt similar to shown How-To do this.
So, Amazon is ideal known for Books, so click the ‘Books’ tab within Amazon’s member’s spot. This will bring you to a different page.
In the top left corner there exists a search box. A number of listings on books relevant to internet marketing
Scroll down and choose the “33 Days to Online Profits” link. It will bring the Product Description page.
In this Product Description page there locate the Product Details, Section Reviews and most significant of all, All Consumer Reviews.
That’s right, all you have to do is ‘Write Reviews’ on books within your specific Niche so when potential prospects are reviewing the book you have written review on, they will as well scroll down and happen to check out on your review and click on Your Name to see what you are about.
They will see your profile with your own name, email Address, Nick Name and your ‘About Me’ description with your Website Name screaming out at them which could easily be typed into their browser.
Hope you find the benefits of writing reviews and also how it will get you look in the eyes of your possible customer.
“This is a good technique to use if you are looking to set up yourself as a specialist within your Niche and also develop a highly focused ‘Opt-In’ list which you can market for many years to come.” Michael Fieger – GPS Public Relations.
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