Build Amazon sales with backlinks.

Build Amazon sales with backlinks.

Build Amazon sales with backlinks.

If you are reading this, it’s probably because you have products for sale on Amazon, and you want to sell more of them.

But unfortunately, selling more on Amazon isn’t as easy as it used to be.

Yes, there is more traffic and demand on Amazon than ever before (2.45 billion monthly visits), but because of that, there is also more competition than ever before (9.7 million sellers worldwide).

The truth is that if you want to sell more products, you need to implement proven strategies that your competitors aren’t doing themselves. Or better yet – you need to implement strategies that your competitors don’t even know about.

And that strategy is building backlinks to your Amazon products.

Building backlinks to your Amazon products is a strategy that only the top 1% of Amazon sellers are actually doing… and they can yield some HUGE results.

Here at First Page, we offer premium Amazon link building services for companies looking to explode their Amazon traffic and skyrocket their sales.

Why Amazon?

Why Amazon?

Why Amazon?

Amazon has cornered the eCommerce market, and because of that, they are on track to become the world’s most valuable company.

If you sell ANY type of product, Amazon’s huge amount of monthly visitors and massive market share are numbers you cannot ignore.

If you are not on Amazon, you are missing out on potentially doubling or tripling your sales.

How do Amazon backlinks work?

How do Amazon backlinks work?

How do Amazon backlinks work?

If you are familiar with Google-SEO, you know that backlinks are very important to your rankings.

But while Amazon backlinks are also important, they actually function quite differently. Google backlinks are about building authority and trust, but Amazon backlinks are all about one thing…

Traffic.

Quality backlinks to your Amazon products will accomplish 2 distinct things…

#1 – Sending traffic to your products (which will also equal more sales)

#2 – When Amazon sees that an external website is sending particular product traffic and sales, this is a HUGE ranking signal in the A9 algorithm, and Amazon will give you higher organic rankings because of it.

These two benefits are of equal importance and help to set off the fly-wheel of Amazon Marketing.

More clicks = more sales = higher rankings. And backlinks are one of the most effective ways to do this.

Are all backlinks equal or not?

Are all backlinks equal or not?

Are all backlinks equal or not?

Absolutely not.

This is easily the most misunderstood aspect of Amazon link building and is why you should never hire a cheap agency to build your backlinks.

Why?

Because you want backlinks that are actually going to send your product pages high-quality traffic.

This means that the backlinks you get need to be from a web page relevant to your product, AND that page needs to get traffic.

Amazon backlinks from irrelevant pages and send no traffic to your product are a waste of time and money.

Remember, you aren’t technically just looking for a backlink. What you are really looking for is high-quality traffic.

That’s how we can stand by our results at First Page. Our extensive network allows us to pinpoint websites in your niche easily, so we can quickly build links and start sending high-quality traffic to your product pages.

Our link building services include our First Page All-Star Outreach team, who are on the hunt for product-relevant websites that are willing to write about you and link back to your product. We can help get your products on blogs, reviews, top ten lists, directories, and much more.

Getting started with Amazon backlinks?

Getting started with Amazon backlinks?

Getting started with Amazon backlinks?

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Amazon Backlinks for your Business.

Getting backlinks that point to your products is a crucial part of growth on Amazon, but getting started can seem overwhelming. If your products are well-reviewed and in high demand, you will have a great shot at accumulating backlinks naturally. This means that bloggers, publishers, YouTubers, and influencers will try and send their followers to your product to earn an affiliate commission from Amazon.
But while your products might generate backlinks naturally, this can be a slow process and is never guaranteed. That’s why the best way to get backlinks to your Amazon products is through outreach. Outreach is the process of reaching out to web admins and publishers and asking for them to give you backlinks to your products. Outreach can be tedious but effective if executed correctly. Once you start generating backlinks, you should see an increase in sales, as well as your organic Amazon rankings.

When selecting an Amazon PPC agency, there are a few things we would recommend taking into consideration. First up – experience. Many agencies choose to focus on SEO and SEM, and Amazon PPC/SEO is more of an afterthought. Be sure to ask the agency how experienced they are with Amazon marketing. Ask them for detailed examples and case studies for results they have generated, and most preferably to do so for a business that is in the same niche as you are.
If you feel satisfied with the experience the agency has, then you need to check the agency’s reviews. Don’t just check the agency’s website – you should also check third-party review sites such as Google Reviews. If the agency has hundreds of positive reviews, then it’s usually a good indication that the agency cares just as much about results as they do their client service. Here at First Page, we have over 150 reviews on Google and have maintained a perfect 5-star rating.

Amazon Backlinks 101.

Whether it’s Google SEO or Amazon SEO, backlinks of all kinds require extensive amounts of outreach. Someone needs to identify relevant websites, locate the owner of the website, reach out to them, negotiate the terms of the link, and make sure that the owner of the website actually adds the link to their content.
To be honest, it’s quite a bit of work. That’s why it’s best to hire an agency that already has a relationship with website owners. For instance, here at First Page, we have established valuable relationships with bloggers and website owners across various niches, which means we can quickly set up backlinks to a wide array of products. These reviews will help convince users of your product’s legitimacy and contribute significantly to conversion rates.

No, not all backlinks are made equal. Backlinks will vary in quality depending on various factors, and the higher quality the backlink is, the more powerful it will be for your Amazon SEO. Low-quality backlinks refer to links from spammy sites or sites with very small domain authority (DA). Low-quality backlinks can do more harm than good, and backlinks from spammy sites should always be avoided. If you have low-quality backlinks pointing to your product pages, you might want to consider disavowing them.
On the opposite end are high-quality backlinks. These backlinks are the ones that come from trusted websites and publications. For example, a backlink from the New York Times will be significantly more powerful than a backlink from an unknown travel blogger. But it should be noted that getting backlinks from major publications can be extremely difficult – instead, try and focus on mid-sized websites with DA’s around 30-40. These backlinks are still powerful, but are easier to get.

Yes, creating backlinks to your product listing is one of the best things you can do to increase your traffic, sales, and revenue on Amazon. This is for a few reasons. First up – traffic. Suppose your products are linked on external websites (not Amazon). In that case, it increases the likelihood of getting more traffic to your product listing, increasing the likelihood of getting more sales. This is especially true if the backlink is from a website or page that already generates a lot of traffic.
The next benefit of backlinks to your Amazon product listing? Better rankings on Amazon. Yes, it’s true. Not only will your backlinks help you get more external traffic and sales, but they will also help your organic rankings for the keywords you are targeting. This is because external traffic is a ranking signal for Amazon. If Amazon sees that your product is getting a lot of backlinks and traffic, the algorithm assumes that you have a great, dependable product, resulting in higher organic rankings.

If you are building backlinks to your Amazon products, there are a couple of things to keep in mind, mainly the quality, relevance, and traffic potential of the backlink. Quality refers to the site that is linking to your product. Is the site trustworthy? Is it an authority site? The more trustworthy the site, the better the backlink. Relevance refers to the type of articles that you are getting backlinks from. For example, if you sold iPhone cases, a backlink from an article titled ’10 Best iPhone Cases’ will be much more likely to drive traffic than a backlink from an article about farming equipment.
Finally, a truly great backlink has high traffic potential. Getting your product featured on an article that already has lots of organic traffic means you are more likely to send traffic to your Amazon product listing. A great way to find a quality potential backlink would be to look for high-ranking roundups in your niche on Google search results. These are trustworthy articles relevant to your product and are generating a ton of organic traffic.

While backlinks can help your rankings on both Amazon and Google, it’s important to understand the distinction between the two types of backlinks. At the end of the day, backlinks function similarly, regardless of whether they point to your Amazon product listing or your actual website. But the power and function of the backlink will vary depending on where the backlink is pointing.
For example, if you got a backlink from a website to your Amazon product listing, this would absolutely benefit your Amazon traffic, sales, and rankings – but it would not help with your Google rankings. And vice versa, if you get a backlink from one website to your actual website, this would benefit your website’s traffic, sales, and rankings, but it would not help with your Amazon rankings. This is because Amazon and Google are two distinct platforms that have their own rules when it comes to backlinks. In a best-case scenario, you would be building backlinks to BOTH your Amazon listing and your actual website.

In an ideal world, you would do both! Amazon and Google are both extremely powerful platforms – each has its own unique ecosystem, which can facilitate tons of traffic and sales to your business. But they do not work in unison. Backlinks pointing to your Amazon product really only help your Amazon revenue and rankings. Similarly, a backlink pointing to your actual website won’t do much to help with your Amazon sales, but it will help you rank higher in Google’s organic rankings.
If your resources are limited and you can only choose one, we recommend looking at your business model to make the best decision. For instance, if you do not have a company website, or that website is generating little to no traffic, and your Amazon listings are starting to do well, it might make more sense to focus on growth on Amazon first. Or perhaps your website’s traffic is increasing, and you haven’t even set up an Amazon store yet – then it might make more sense to focus on organic traffic from Google before attempting to diversify. But again, if you want traffic and sales from both Google and Amazon, then getting backlinks pointing to both is absolutely best.

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