Lesson 11:

Optimizing Your Reviews For High Rankings In Google

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  1. Hi Ivan, thanks for creating this wonderful program. A question – is there a way to pull the current price of the product from Amazon website automatically? So that in the future even if the price changes our review page will still show the relevant price. Also, is there a way to know if Amazon discontinues a product (and we could end up with a broken link)? Thanks, again.

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    • Hey Vinod, you’re welcome!

      I personally don’t know how to do it, but yes, there is some way to do it according to my research. However, it seems to require some coding skills and installing some special codes on your site that scrape Amazon prices and show them on your site.

      If they remove the product, you’ll not end up with a broken link. Instead, the link will transfer your visitors to the Amazon page with similar products.

      Based on my experience, Amazon tends to have empty stock of a product from time to time. Instead of removing the product from the listing, they just put a message on the product page that it is currently out of stock and they are either working hard to restock or they don’t know when or whether the product will be back again. But I don’t know how to check that automatically.

      I hope this helps. Let me know if you have more questions.

      Cheers,
      Ivan

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  2. Hi Ivan, when I add a picture to the review, they come out so large. I keep hitting crop but it does nothing, I can’t seem to make the picture smaller..any suggestions?

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    • Hey Molly, here is how to make your images smaller.

      In WordPress, first, add your image to your post and then click on the image that you want to edit. Then, change the size of the image in the right-hand sidebar that will appear once you click on your image.

      That’s it! Let me know how this works out for you.

      Cheers,
      Ivan

      PS. You can use Canva (instructions are in the video) to make all your images the same size before you even upload them to your site.

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      • Hi Ivan,

        so i setup a few posts and had some friends go through the site and click on the links to try it out. I even had a friend purchase a product just to test it out but when I go to my amazon affiliate account it shows zero clicks and zero purchases. any idea why?

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        • Hey Molly, Amazon has this weird policy that you agreed on while creating an account and it says that your friends and family can not use your Amazon affiliate links, and you will not get paid if they use them.

          You use affiliate links to promote Amazon products to earn a commission as an Amazon affiliate. Using your links or allowing the family to use your links is against Amazon’s operating agreement. You can read more in this article.

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    • Hello sir , Have a good day .Sir kindly confirm me please how much money is needed for starting this program, like to buy domain and hosting???

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    • Hey Joe, I would love to! But you will first have to publish the review and then send me the correct URL. You just sent me a URL of a preview in WordPress which is visible only to the admin (you) and not to others. Not until you publish the content.

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  3. Hi Ivan,
    Once the 1st review article has been posted, should we be posting other articles on the same topic and if so how frequently?

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  4. Thank you Ivan, well, creating a website it’s far more involved than you imagine, lots to take into account for good ranking. Can the outbound links be from websites that you are not an affiliate?
    How do you optimize the posts automatically? Although it’s good that you have gone into the trouble of explaining the steps to do it manually. I think it’s important to know how to do it yourself, even if you use automation.

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    • Hey Fabi, you’re welcome. Yes, outbound links can be from ANY website. Preferably the website should be in your niche and relevant. But ultimately, all outbound links count. You can’t do on-page optimization automatically. You can leverage the YOAST plugin to give you guidelines, but optimizing the post is always manual work.

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