#69: The Latest Tips & Strategies for Getting More Sales with Amazon PPC

On today’s show we’re talking with Scott Voelker from The Amazing Seller.com all about the very latest updates and strategies using Amazon PPC to sell products on Amazon with Amazon’s Fulfillment by Amazon platform.

Scott is an Amazon expert who was originally a guest here on AOPT back on episode #54 where we dug deeply into Amazon PPC and how to use this strategy to sell more of your products.

If you haven’t yet heard that episode, definitely go back and listen before hitting up this latest one.  Today’s episode will make a lot more sense for you.

Selling products on Amazon and using PPC to increase sales is one of the hottest topics right now and Scott’s the man when it comes to this stuff.

In Today’s Episode, You’ll Learn:

  • The very latest updates and strategies using Amazon PPC to sell products on Amazon with Amazon’s Fulfillment by Amazon platform
  • How to leverage Amazon’s ad retargeting to sell more of your products
  • How Amazon PPC is quickly becoming more like Google Adwords in that they’re now offering broad match, phrase match and exact match with their keyword targeting
  • A strategy for buying websites that are currently Amazon Affiliate sales driven and switching out the top selling products with your own branded ones
  • How you can go from a 6% Amazon affiliate commission to a 30% – 50% margin

A lot of fun talking with Scott, as always, and as you’ll hear in the episode, he gets so excited about this topic, and rightly so!

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One Response to #69: The Latest Tips & Strategies for Getting More Sales with Amazon PPC

  1. Great episode! Is Amazon PPC a service that authors can use too?

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