Start Earning More on Zujava by Featuring Amazon Products
The Amazon section is a massive money making tool for your Zujava leaves. It might just be the best way to monetize your leaf with cool products people will actually want to buy. People trust Amazon, love their service, and love the seemingly endless array of unique and popular product offerings.
Now, how do you start adding Amazon products to your leaf? Learn how to add relevant Amazon products, customize Amazon product sections, and make the most money while providing real value to your readers with the tips found on this leaf!
Adding products to your leaf is easy. Once you've filled out the title, URL, and introduction of your leaf, click save at the bottom of the screen. This will take you to your new leaf.
To add an Amazon product (or group of products), click "Amazon Product" or "Amazon Product Group" in the right sidebar of your leaf.
Showcase cool products from Amazon.com
Once you click the link to add an Amazon section, you will be brought to a page to customize your Amazon section and add products. To start adding products, open a new window in your browser and go to www.amazon.com.
Next, you'll want to find products that are relevant to your topic, or if you already know which products you'd like to feature, find it on Amazon by searching for it.
Where is the ASIN Number?
Once you've found your product, click on the product page, and scroll down to the product details section. There will be an ASIN number featured in the product details. For books, the ISBN-10 number is the same as the ASIN number. Copy this number.
How to Add a Product to an Amazon Section
Now, go back to Zujava and open the Amazon section on your leaf. Add the ASIN number in the empty "ASIN" field.
Before you save, hold up! You're not quite done yet. Now it would be best to add some details about the product, preferably an honest review or handcrafted summary that will help the reader make an informed decision about the product. Once you've customized with helpful information for the reader, click save.
Congratulations! You've now featured an Amazon product on your leaf.
There's one difference here, and that's that you can add up to five Amazon products in a group section. You can add a custom description for each of the products you feature.
So when should you use the single section vs. group section?
Choose the group section if you're featuring many products to give the buyer a wide range of choices. This works well on gift guides and tutorials to offer different price ranges of products.
Use the Amazon Product section (single) to showcase one product in particular that you think is worth showing off. This can work particularly well if you tell the reader the benefits of the product, and include any real (make sure it's real!) testimonial from yourself after using the product. Honesty works best here!
Hint: less is more!
Maybe you've come across pages on the internet that have loads of products strewn about them in a disorganized fashion, all in hopes that you'll click and buy something. Not only do lots of products on a page look messy, but it doesn't add any value to the user's experience.
That's why less is more when it comes to the Amazon section.
Featuring fewer Amazon items, only the very best ones, and including your own advice, experience, user tips, and benefits will far outweigh a bunch of Amazon group sections with no unique content.
You'll find that you'll get MORE clicks to Amazon products if you feature just those products you are familiar with, and give honest opinions. That's where the Amazon Product section (single) makes the most sense.
Here are some content ideas for your Amazon sections:
- Rate your experience with the product, and list off what you do and don't like - pros and cons.
- Compare the product to another product - compare features, durability, quality, and price.
- Fill out all description fields to make your product description more robust.
(Here's an Example of an Amazon Product Section)
Writing convincing sales copy that people want to read is kind of like an art form. You have to provide real information, not sound sleezy, and not beg, but ask readers to check out the items you are featuring.
Before you can do that, you need to have the reader's confidence that you are suggesting legit products and offering real testimonials on the products.
Good sales copy, or copy writing, doesn't hurt either.
Reviewers have stated that this book can change your sales numbers if you're selling products on the web, whether they are your own or someone else's. The overall rating is 4.5 stars out of 5, so this is worth the time reading it (and the few bucks you'll spend on it). While some reviews state the book might be outdated, you'll be pressed to find a more all inclusive guide on copy writing that includes TV, radio, SEO, and copywriting for websites.
See how I just featured an Amazon product and gave some information on the topic of the book? I gave some ideas on why this book might be helpful, who might find it beneficial, and then featured the product.
This is just one way to feature a product. The point is this: offer helpful information that can help the buyer make an educated purchase, and you are more likely to land the sale.