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Michael Ocallaghan

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At 70 my goal was to take things easy in my retirement, but that's not happening. After building a Lure Fishing website I'm constantly commenting on websites and blogs as well as writing articles about fishing in general.

If you want to keep up with whats happening out there you've got to keep reading everything you can get hold of.

 

Does the web address really matter

27th December, 2016 - Posted by Michael Ocallaghan

Hi As its a multi niche site, something like householdsupplies.com would sound OK as most of the products found on Amazon are connected to the household in some way. You see this is one of the reasons I find it hard to come up with a suitable domain name. If I was selling one niche, say fishing tackle, then it would be much simpler to come up...

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Does the web address really matter

27th December, 2016 - Posted by Michael Ocallaghan

Hi I'm going to build an Amazon Affiliate site on Woodpress. I've bought the theme (Kingdom) and several plugins from Codecanyon, but I can't seem to settle on a name for the site. As its going to be a multiple product site and not just one particular product, I don't think the sites name is going to make much difference to the way people...

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How to get approval from Amazon

12th December, 2015 - Posted by Michael Ocallaghan

Hi I recently bought a premium theme (Sentiet) to use on wordpress for selling Amazon products. The problem at the moment is that Amazon goes out and looks at your site when you make the affiliate application. If they can't see the site up and running they turn you down. I can't go to Amazon and start loading my site with their products as I'm...

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Looking for an Amazon Affiliate template

27th November, 2015 - Posted by Michael Ocallaghan

Thanks for your reply It doesn't matter now because Amazon refused me (I tried 3 times) each time I applied, so I've bought a book on ClickBank Marketing and will try that instead. Thanks again. Michael (Linconian)

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Looking for an Amazon Affiliate template

24th November, 2015 - Posted by Michael Ocallaghan

I recently bought a WordPress Amazon affiliate theme, but found to my dismay that there was no help whats so ever from the author or anyone else (my own fault for not coming here first). I have a domain name and web hosting, but there are so many templates out there that its very confusing to pick the right one. The Template (Not a theme) has...

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Metaname discription "content"

23rd September, 2012 - Posted by Michael Ocallaghan

I will Jim Thank you.

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Metaname discription "content"

21st September, 2012 - Posted by Michael Ocallaghan

I know they are my competitors because I did a search for the same websites as I'm running and got back 2,000,500 results. I then took the top 5 sites on the first and second pages and tried to check each sites meta tags to give me an idea of what I'm up against. Personally that's what I'd do with any site I put up. Its just common sense to...

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Does the web address really matter

27th December, 2016 - Posted by Michael Ocallaghan

Hi As its a multi niche site, something like householdsupplies.com would sound OK as most of the products found on Amazon are connected to the household in some way. You see this is one of the reasons I find it hard to come up with a suitable domain name. If I was selling one niche, say fishing tackle, then it would be much simpler to come up...

Read Full Entry | 10 comments

Does the web address really matter

27th December, 2016 - Posted by Michael Ocallaghan

Hi I'm going to build an Amazon Affiliate site on Woodpress. I've bought the theme (Kingdom) and several plugins from Codecanyon, but I can't seem to settle on a name for the site. As its going to be a multiple product site and not just one particular product, I don't think the sites name is going to make much difference to the way people...

Read Full Entry | 10 comments

How to get approval from Amazon

12th December, 2015 - Posted by Michael Ocallaghan

Hi I recently bought a premium theme (Sentiet) to use on wordpress for selling Amazon products. The problem at the moment is that Amazon goes out and looks at your site when you make the affiliate application. If they can't see the site up and running they turn you down. I can't go to Amazon and start loading my site with their products as I'm...

Read Full Entry | 3 comments

Looking for an Amazon Affiliate template

27th November, 2015 - Posted by Michael Ocallaghan

Thanks for your reply It doesn't matter now because Amazon refused me (I tried 3 times) each time I applied, so I've bought a book on ClickBank Marketing and will try that instead. Thanks again. Michael (Linconian)

Read Full Entry | 3 comments

Looking for an Amazon Affiliate template

24th November, 2015 - Posted by Michael Ocallaghan

I recently bought a WordPress Amazon affiliate theme, but found to my dismay that there was no help whats so ever from the author or anyone else (my own fault for not coming here first). I have a domain name and web hosting, but there are so many templates out there that its very confusing to pick the right one. The Template (Not a theme) has...

Read Full Entry | 3 comments

Metaname discription "content"

23rd September, 2012 - Posted by Michael Ocallaghan

I will Jim Thank you.

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Metaname discription "content"

21st September, 2012 - Posted by Michael Ocallaghan

I know they are my competitors because I did a search for the same websites as I'm running and got back 2,000,500 results. I then took the top 5 sites on the first and second pages and tried to check each sites meta tags to give me an idea of what I'm up against. Personally that's what I'd do with any site I put up. Its just common sense to...

Read Full Entry | 6 comments