What is Toyazon?

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If it sounds too good to be true chances are it is.

Words to live by, especially in the realm of affiliate marketing.  The minute, the very second someone tries to sell you something that takes little to no work on your part and will make you boatloads of cash.

It is too good to be true.

The problem is most of these “easy money” programs are based on real working strategies to earn money online. 

So they are always based on a legitimate business method.  They look real.  They feel real.  They are real except for one or two little things that can destroy the whole program.

Drop Shipping, for example, can earn you a lot of money, but it’s not easy and it’s not quick and if you do it wrong you will lose your shirt in the process.  Any program that claims otherwise is just too good to be true.

Affiliate marketing is a great way, maybe the best way, to earn a real income online. 

But there are no shortcuts.  It is not easy.  It takes a huge time investment and an even larger amount of work generating the content you will need to build your business.

With that in mind let’s take a look at a new affiliate marketing program that fits the bill of too good to be true while still being a fundamentally sound business model.  So let us find out What is Toyazon?

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What the Heck is Toyazon?

Toyazon is an online affiliate marketing template designed by Shane Paxton.  It is quite an impressive package, to be honest.

The program sets up a very professional amazon affiliate website based in the toy niche for you.  The look and feel of the site are great.

This new website of yours acts as a hub for your Amazon associates account.  It has blog posts and videos and reviews of most of the hottest toys available through Amazon. 

The backend of the website is set up very well and everything is easy to understand and run with minimal fuss.

The consumer-facing side of your new website is just as attractive.  It features a modern look and an intuitive layout for your readers to find and ultimately purchase toys and other products from Amazon. 

It all looks and sounds great.  But remember the most important thing to ask yourself is?

If it sounds too good to be true it probably is.

Nothing is This Easy

This is where the program starts to unravel.  If it were so easy to put up a website, they claim it can be done in 15 minutes, in the ultra-competitive toy niche why isn’t everyone doing it already?  Nothing is this easy.  The fundamentals behind this program are sound.

This is affiliate marketing 101.  Build a great website, write great content, and over time get ranked in Google and other search engines in order to generate traffic. 

The traffic comes and your audience buys some items from your affiliate links and you get paid.  This is how affiliate marketing works.

And this is exactly how Toyazon works.  They just cut the time down from 12 months of hard work and content generation to a quick 15 minutes of website set-up then you’re off with your new online business.

See the problem here? 

You can’t just eliminate months of hard work with the push of a button.

The Problem with Toyazon

Just about everything with Toyazon is pretty nice, the website is very good looking as I mentioned.  But the most important part. 

The absolute most important part of any affiliate marketing business is the content. That’s where you generate your traffic.  That is where you really earn your money.

The sales happen as a result of all that hard work writing content.  And it is the content that is Toyazons fatal flaw. 

Toyazon promises a ton of free automatically updated content in the form of videos and blog posts and product reviews.  Pages of it.  And here’s the thing.

It actually delivers it.

Tons of it.  Some of it is great content.  Good reviews, good little blog articles everything an affiliate blog needs to have. 

Toyazon delivers all of it.  And it would be absolutely perfect if all that content was unique.  Because that would be a great affiliate marketing website.

But the content is not unique.

And that is the fatal flaw in all of this.

Google will see the duplicate content a mile away.  And over the long-term, it will kill your Toyazon website. 

Delisted, Blacklisted, sandboxed whatever you want to call it.  Your website will be dead and buried probably before you ever see your first sale.

And that, unfortunately, is how Toyazon works.  It has a ton of spun content.  It even has integration for some of the most popular content spinning applications. 

Spun content just doesn’t work.  Not in this day and age.  2005? 2010?  You may have been able to get away with it.  For a while at least.

But not now.

The Google search algorithms are far too advanced to fall for a basic trick like this. 

Especially after dozens of sites that look the exact same start popping up with content that is almost identical.  And it’s a real shame as well.  Take out the content, reviews, and product videos and just leave the template and website back-end.

Well, then you have a pretty decent product.  Especially for the price.  It only costs $25. 

There is a couple of upsells, of course.  There almost always is.  But just having the website site set-up properly and the storefront working well and looking good would be worth the price.

The Pros

  • The strategy is solid.  It’s Affiliate Marketing 101.
  • The price is great, only $25
  • The Website looks nice.

But none of the pros matter.

The Cons

  • The content is not unique
  • Spun content.
  • The content generation Kills the entire product.
  • A website will probably get blacklisted quickly.

A Little Light

Ok, so Toyazon won’t really work in its current form.  The only reason that is the case is that the content is not unique.

It’s spun content.  That means the content is changed slightly and sometimes very cleverly to create 1000’s of different versions of the same article.

But the process behind Toyazon is sound.  It is the very basis of affiliate marketing. 

Find a niche that you enjoy or one that you think will make you money.  Create a website, blog, or storefront around that niche. 

Write Unique Original Content for the Website, and generate traffic to the website and ultimately sales from the affiliate links.

That’s affiliate marketing.

There are a ton of training courses that can get you started with affiliate marketing, this is a review of my top recommended resource for building a website.  But it is not quick and it takes a ton of work and a lot of content writing to get where you want to be with a new website.

Unrealized Potential

The idea behind Toyazon is pretty good.  The custom theme and website are nice.  But the content kills it. 

Sure, you might dodge Google search algorithms for a little while but long term Toyazon is not a good investment in its current form.

Would it lose a lot of its appeal without all the content?  Probably.

But it is just not worth the risk of having your website delisted from the search engines. 

Forcing you to start from scratch.  Add to the fact that I really don’t know how Amazon would react to having an affiliate link on a prebuilt automated website. 

It might be fine, I didn’t see any specifics in the ToS for Amazon Associates but who knows.

It just isn’t worth it.  If you want to compete in the toy niche do it the right way and work at creating compelling and useful content. 

Original content.  Without that, it is just another too good to be true get rich quick scheme.

If you are serious about getting real training in website creation and affiliate marketing, get the right training and do it the right way.  The sustainable way.  The long-term income-generating way.