In the Making Money with Amazon Associates on a Movie Website series, hopefully you have learned a few tips, tricks, and strategies for improving your margins within the Amazon Associates affiliate program. Always remember to watch the buyer trends through best sellers: what are they spending money on, does it fit your niche, am I advertising it effectively, and am I using the Amazon ad space on my website in an advantageous way? Like I have said before, stay away from the drab, non-specific Amazon banners and ads. They do not convert. Be clever, be specific. Rely on yourself when in doubt: Would I click on this ad? Remember, the more you sell, the bigger the percentage Amazon lets you retain at the end of the month.
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