I’ve been abandoning this post for too long.
It’s been sitting in the draft along many others because simply I’m too lazy to do write about it.
But here I am, sharing with you how I choose profitable products for affiliate websites (although I’m not a successful affiliate marketer by any means).
In order for a promoted product to sell, there are some requirements that has to be made.
1. It has to be popular in the first place.
That’s why I typically promote the best-selling products at the top of the list.
And I usually see the number of reviews of a product to know whether or not it’s selling.
In general, the more reviews, the more people are buying it.
Moreover, they are easier to sell, because other people were already buying them.
People love to have what other people are having (the reason is evolutionary logical, but I’m not going to lecture you on that).
2. A minimum of 3-star rating on Amazon.
Why 3? Why not 4?
Well, when I set the minimum rating to 4-star, the option became more limited, and I could miss other products that are more popular and proven to sell.
Which one is more important? The number of people buying that particular product, or the rating score of that product?
Our goal is to sell, not to recommend the best product, thus it is easily decided that the number of people buying that product is more important.
If people chooses to buy a shitty product, let them be.
3. It must have good product images on its Amazon page.
Otherwise I’ll be wasting time looking for a decent enough images to be inserted into the post.
A sharp image with white background is ideal, it makes my post easier to format and aesthetically uniform.
Well, that’s it!
If I remember more, I’ll update this post (that’s if I remember to update this post).