Using blog posts to get more sales on Amazon

Jun 30th, 2020
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  1. Using blog posts to get more sales on Amazon
  2. Ive been doing some analysis on my competitors on Amazon and found that one of them who has crazy amounts of sales is using some bs blog sites to directly link to his amazon listings. It (the wordpress site) exists under the guise of "reviews" of products, but its obviously a facade which appears to be fully or semi-automated, kind of sloppy if it were for humans to browse.
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  14. Not crying foul, quite the opposite:
  15. My question is how does this exactly benefit him? How can offsite links improve my own listings' ranks?
  16. How can I even begin to reproduce this?
  17. How many blog sites would I need to set up and how long would I need for them to matriculate before seeing results? Should I buy "old" domains and pop a WP install on them and do the same?
  18. Can I just buy such listings instead? if so where?
  20. Keeping your tier one link SEO-friendly is safer, having exact anchors around 1% (or even less). But, it is not necessary in case of tier two or tier three. Don’t be much
  22. aggressive. You can have 5% exact match anchor texts, not to hit by Google penalties.
  24. Anchor Text Strategy for EDM & PDM Sites
  26. Hope you do have a basic idea about Exact Domain Match (EDM) and Partial Domain Match (PDM).
  28. Here is a sample. EDM is if the target keyword is ‘daycare center’ and domain name be daycarecentre.com.
  30. Otherwise, PDM is if the domain name is yourchildcare.com, childcaringcentre.com.
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  46. Using blog posts to get more sales on Amazon
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