How To Use Market Samurai’s Monetization Module

I’ve been using Market Samurai for a while now and have found it very helpful in doing keyword research and assessing the viability of targeting particular keywords or phrases.  Over the past few days I’ve been digging deeper into the product and have discovered the Monetization module.

The Market Samurai Monetization module allows you to search for products in Amazon, ClickBank and Commission Junction that are related to your keyword. Market Samurai searches through the product database and finds suitable products for you to recommend. Because you’ve already entered your affiliate account details into the program, it’ll generate links to the products that already contain your affiliate code.

Once you’ve selected the product (or products) you’re then taken to a page where you’re able to create the article / sidebar widget or banner. I usually use it to create articles.

You’re able to drag and drop information from the product web page that has been imported into Market Samurai.  It’s very easy to set up a basic review article using the information that’s been brought across.  I usually only use it to review products I’m familiar with, so I’ll always add my own text and insights.

Once you’re done, you’re able to publish the finished product to your blog.  I usually publish it as a draft so I can do any further formatting within WordPress. I also prefer to write articles in advance and schedule them for the future.

I apologise to those of you who subscribe via RSS who may have seen an article get posted to this blog in error yesterday – it was me playing around with Market Samurai. I forget to change the details of the blog it was posting to and it went here instead of a music site I own. Sorry!

I’ve prepared a short video showing how easy it is to use the Market Samurai Monetization Module.

Market Samurai at their website. Have a look at it and see how valuable it is.

Please leave a comment below – do you think this is a useful product? Would you have a use for it?

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Allan lives in Adelaide, South Australia with his wife and two boys. He is the founder of Blogger Business Plan and loves helping bloggers learn how to transform their blogs from hobbies into sustainable businesses.
When he's not blogging or working in his financial planning business, you'll find Allan playing guitar, reading or coaching his son's soccer team.

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6 Responses to How To Use Market Samurai’s Monetization Module
  1. Pete Carr
    December 15, 2010 | 6:39 pm

    I use Market Samurai daily for niche research, the single best tool I have ever bought. Some amazing features, I still find new ones now after 6 months of using it.

    • Allan Ward
      December 15, 2010 | 9:10 pm

      Hi Pete,

      Thanks for the comment. I agree about Market Samurai – it’s the best internet marketing tool I’ve bought. Great value for money.

      PS – good looking blog – I like what you’re doing.

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  3. Tristan
    December 16, 2010 | 9:58 am

    GREAT video, Allan. I absolutely love Market Samurai, but have actually never played with the monetization module. It looks pretty great, though, and I can definitely see how it would be useful for creating niche sites. Post retweeted and enjoyed.

  4. Fernando
    December 22, 2010 | 2:49 pm

    This is the perfect weapon of choice for niche sites!
    Nice stuff Allan!
    Hope to see you around! RTed!

  5. Tristan
    January 4, 2011 | 8:54 am


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