I don't know why, but this product by Erica Stone was one of the first thing I thought about this morning.
Amazon is providing stable income, and I'm going to increase it by writing great reviews, and I honestly believe that this is the best way it has ever been taught.
I've always believed that in order to evolve as a person you need to know your own weak sides. And I have a long time ago realized that I'm lazy.
That means that when it comes to tasks like writing reviews of Amazon products I just want to get it over with as fast as possible.
Fast and easy.
If I wanted to write longer reviews, I would know whom to go to, and I've also read what she wrote in the past – and still found it to be too much work for me.
Because if there's one thing that can make me work, despite of my natural lazyness, it's plans, blueprints, things to check off a todo-list. (I love checking off things 🙂 )
When there is a plan to follow, it's much easier to write a review. When this plan features all the questions you need to answer, and you just have to jot down answers, then this hard work suddenly doesn't look all that hard after all.
In fact, it starts to look more like fun…
Especially when you get examples of how these preparations have meant an income of around $10K over three years – and knowing that the single review still makes money.
Does this seem motivating to you?
Erica Stone has written a lot of Amazon affiliate products, and she's always tried to cover both product research and setting up the review.
In her brand-new product, Ninja Reviews => http://malka.im/e/ninjareviews – she only deals with how to write reviews.
And I sincerily think that this is the best of all her products.
It will take some time to write reviews following Erica's method, but if you pick a good product (and she gives hints to do that in the eBook) you should see this job as if you would receive a check of thousands of dollars after reading it.
The income will not come over-night. On the other hand, the sooner you start, the sooner you'll be seeing real money (not the usual $0.54) inside your Amazon affiliate area.
Erica does a fantastic job, I think, in explaining this so it's understandable and she even makes it look enjoyable.
Oh, and if you're outsourcing your reviews, you should give the guide to your ghost writer and ask him/her to do reviews that way.
P.S. If you've ever been confused about what is the best way to write a review, you should give Ninja Reviews a try => http://malka.im/e/ninjareviewsScroll to Top