Posted on December 6, 2009 by purewebdev
2009 has been a great year for Amazon Associates and affiliate retail in general. We’ve been fortunate enough to focus on sales and expanding into new markets and niches. One of the niche markets we decided to enter was on the higher end retail of computer hardware. Specifically the Apple MacBook Pro and the Apple iMac.
Apple has been on a role lately and it seems that people can’t get enough of their products. I’ve personally been keeping an eye out for a new MacBook Pro, for my web development. Since creating the store, the traffic has increased week after week, and each time Apple has a product launch, the site is flooded with interested visitors. Although EcommerceForEveryone.com (developer of Amazon Associate websites) has created many profitable stores, this particular store has been generating a significant amount of revenue as of late.
In addition to the Apple products, the site is also encouraging it’s users, mainly techies to purchase parts for building and repairing computers, such as motherboards, memory, hard drives, and other pc hardware.
The design of the website surprisingly was not custom, instead, the site is using one of the E4E pre-designed styles. The look is simple and clean. A custom design might be in the future for this website. Hopefully also a dedicated blog to review all of the products. Because operating the site itself is very affordable, it has paid for itself several times over, and those funds are being used to launch several additional niche web sites for affiliate retail. We’ll revisit this website in a follow up post to check on it’s status.
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Posted on December 16, 2008 by purewebdev
Have you ever thought to yourself how cool it would be to have a site that sold Amazon items, like the retail giant?
One E-commerce For Everyone client had that same exact question, the result was the creation of an online retail mall. The website’s design is inspired by the Amazon.com site. This site promises everything from hi-def televisions to coffeemakers and everything in between.
Buy-Stuff-Online.com is a website that was developed by E-commerce For Everyone, a developer of Amazon Associate powered e-commerce stores. The website owner already had experience with doing some website marketing, but didn’t have experience with website design or development. Once the design of the site was completed, the client was able to hit the ground running with his marketing campaigns.
Buy Stuff Online has had great success in the consumer electronics market, setting a new E4E record of 28 digital cameras sold in one day. The site strives to focus on those must have products, like replacement kindle batteries, and nintendo wii hardware.
E-commerce For Everyone is no stranger to creating innovative solutions for Amazon Associates. The company has an amazon e-commerce showcase on it’s website, showing off some of the design and development skill of it’s employees.
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Posted on November 29, 2008 by purewebdev
YeyPotty.com is a new website designed to help new parents with the challenges of potty training.
Being a new parent can be a challenge, and YeyPotty.com is here to help make it easier to go through the potty training phase. The site carries everything you would need to help your child make the transition to being a big kid. YeyPotty.com claims to carry the internet’s largest selection of potties and seats, training pants and potty training books, even cute little step stools. I’m not sure if that is a claim to be proud of, but when it comes to helping you get your kid get ready, this is probably the right place to grab your potty training gear.
The site was designed by E-commerce For Everyone, developers of niche e-commerce websites for Amazon Associates. When the idea for the site development was proposed, it was an immediate hit with the developers, who enjoyed showing off the flexibility of the E4E Amazon Storefronts. Affiliates today like to focus on a niche vertical markets. and want to develop sites without the sacrifice of design and functionality.
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Posted on May 29, 2008 by purewebdev
E-commerce For Everyone developer of Amazon Associate Websites has created another masterpiece in e-commerce technology. They have just wrapped up the initial design and development for a UK online video game vendor Consoles-Store.co.uk.
Our client was already an established online retailer but had only experimented with the Amazon Associates program. Selling Xbox, PS3 and Nintendo game consoles is just the beginning of this video game website. They are one of the few online retailers that have video product reviews for their products, allowing gamers to get a first hand view of the game while they decide to purchase. As one of the premier UK retailers in this space, Consoles-Store.co.uk is sure to please video game fans everywhere.
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Posted on May 1, 2008 by purewebdev
Welcome to this shiny new wordpress blog. I’ll be using it as another great place to blog. I have few blogs already for the following topics:
- E-commerce Blog
- amazon associates
- online shopping
- web development
- information technology
- Google Adsense
- Website Marketing
Anyway, those are a few of the hot topics I’ll be discussing on this blog. I hope that you’ll take an opportunity to subscribe to this blog if you like it, feel free to comment on our posts, and feel free to put us in your blog roll if you want to really be cool.
I’m a web developer (php) for a small start-up called EcommerceForEveryone.com , we specialize in Amazon Associate Websites. I like to blog about my day to day experiences with my work and interesting industry news. I started getting interested in e-commerce several years ago, about the same time that I thought, wow, it’d be cool to have a computer related job (back in 1996).
I work with lots of amazon associates helping them to brand and market their e-commerce sites. Its lots of hard and fun work. I’m working on a Amazon Associates Video Podcast too. I just started doing the videos recently, but they’ve been getting a fair amount of views.
This has been post#1 on this craptastic, I mean fantabulous wordpress blog (are those even words).
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