RMRB 16: Building Amazon Associate Sites

Jake Davis

October 24, 2018


This Amazon Associates business was created in December 2015 in the home improvement niche by someone with a lot of experience building new Amazon Associates sites. The WordPress site features articles reviewing a useful home technology. The business has consistent earnings history, good growth in the last 6 months, and is a mostly hands-off business. The owner, Josh, has grown the business to be making over $8k/month in profit with minimal effort on his part!

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  1. Richard says:

    Wow, really enjoyed this podcast!

  2. Richard says:

    Really enjoyed this podcast!

    I know this is a long shot, but is the site featured in this episode still listed?

    If not, is there a way I can get notified if Josh will be listing his next Amazon Associates sites in Empire Flippers’ marketplace? He seems like a great guy/seller!

    • Greg Elfrink says:

      Hey Richard!

      Glad you liked the podcast! Josh has sold a few websites with us over the years. I recommend getting in touch with us here to set up a call. Whenever a site like his (or his next one) goes live, you’ll have a contact to help you do due diligence with.

  3. Christina says:

    Great episode. It was crazy to hear Josh say 40% of sites don’t make it. What do you do with the sites that don’t seem to produce? Thanks!

    • Greg Elfrink says:

      Hey Christina!

      I’m glad you enjoyed Jake’s interview with Josh :-)

      It is true, A LOT of websites people build just never take off. Now, some of these failure to launch sites might still earn a bit of money ($20-100 per month etc), but not nearly as much as the other ones that just hit their groove.

      I’ve seen content site builders do a few things with sites that don’t end up working for them. Some buy an expired domain and transfer all the content over to the new site (often 301ing individual URL pages to the new site) in hopes that the expired domain will have the extra power needed to get the site going. Sometimes, they’ll just let the site sit there and let it age naturally – potentially returning to the project.

      Others though, they’re just chalked up as a failure and the site builder moves on to their next niche.

  4. Darion Robinson says:

    I am interested in the guy Josh mentioned that can disavow toxic links for $150.00, can that information be provided?

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