For $14.97, Amazon Beginner’s Crash Course will teach you how to make a passive income as an Amazon affiliate by promoting Amazon products on your site.
The Amazon Beginner’s Crash Course Pitch
By using the author’s method of building Amazon affiliate sites, you will begin earning multiple daily sales within 60 to 90 days.
The author begins the WSO by explaining why becoming an Amazon affiliate is a smart decision. He tells you how to pick a product to promote, how to do keyword research, and how to pick a domain and get hosting.
I would have loved to see some specific examples of how the author picks a product and does the keyword research. Creating a case study for the guide would have been invaluable.
He then goes on to explain how to setup an Amazon Astore. The main portion of the WSO comes when he explains how to set up a review site.
The next 46 pages consist of how to setup a WordPress blog and turn it into an Amazon review site. The author does a very thorough job of walking you through the step-by-step process of installed and configuring WordPress. However, if you’ve ever set one up before, you will likely be familiar with most of what the section contains.
He briefly describes how to drive traffic to the site using the usual methods: targeting long tail keywords, posting quality content, using YouTube, social media, and press releases.
The Amazon Beginner’s Crash Course WSO wraps up with explaining what a PBN is and how to create one. This section is pretty thorough and definitely geared to the intermediate to advanced users.
When you purchase this WSO, you’ll get a 109 page PDF that is well formatted and well written. The author’s writing style is very conversational, which makes it an easy read. 109 pages sounds really long, however, there are a TON of screenshots, sometimes taking up most of the page. So really, there is probably only about 60 pages of content – which is still quite a bit.
As mentioned earlier, this WSO is geared toward beginners. If you’ve ever setup a WordPress site, then you may find yourself skimming through the majority of this guide. If you are new to the world of WordPress though, you’ll learn the ins and outs of getting a site up and running.
The WSO was first published back in January of 2015, therefore, some of the content is a little dated. I don’t believe any of it is so out of date as to be misinformation, however, it would be nice to see the author give it a bit of an overhaul to get it up to speed.
Purchase or Pass?
Depends. If you are completely new to WordPress, then go for it! This is a great beginner’s guide. However, if you’ve setup a WordPress site or two, most of this info will be a review for you. Though you may find some good nuggets of wisdom in the other sections. For beginner’s, the guide is priced OK at $14.97. Since it is a tad outdated, pricing it at $9.99 would be a little better. Or if the author updated it, the current price would be more than fair. If this does get updated, adding a case study on how to pick a product and do the proper research would really make it shine.
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