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    Hello team,

    I have been looking at opportunities within Betty and we found that sheds, storage sheds sell really well year round. We will be using this PPC as a landing page, you can load this one up, add your SEO and let the sales roll on in.

    The Shed FPC lives here: http://www.bettymills.com/affiliates/fpc/sheds.html - Please bookmark the page.

    Remember to do a search and replace on the html. When you see CD1 replace with your affiliate id number.

    Tip: Top 10 wordtracker report on "shed"

    sheds 2503 2497
    storage sheds 2157 2152
    shed plans 994 992
    storage shed 781 779
    shed 620 619
    garden sheds 528 527
    free shed plans 470 469
    storage shed plans 378 377
    garden shed 288 287
    tuff shed 273 272

    This is a hot market and now you have a killer page to sel with. You know what to do, load, lock and add traffic....

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    A bit early for us up north but great!

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    Let's move south...



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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Haiko:
    A bit early for us up north but great!

    <font size="2" face="Verdana">Haiko_


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    Where do you keep your snow shovels, snow blowers, wet boots, salt cannisters and what not?

    Down here we use them for our year round storage of pool supplies

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR> Where do you keep your snow shovels, snow blowers, wet boots, salt cannisters and what not?
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    In the garage--who wants to have to make an extra path with the snow blower/shovel?

    More seriously, it would be hard if not impossible to put up a shed properly when the ground is covered with a foot or more of sn*w. So I'd expect that the sales are coming from places that aren't covered in that frozen junk!

    That's not to say that people in the Frozen Tiers of states aren't *looking!* Looking at spring/summer stuff is a common way to keep from going mad while enduring yet another winter...

    (I've got to get out of this blasted walk-in freezer...)

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    If I may jump in, BettyMills is one of the largest online Rubbermaid shed resellers in the U.S.

    In addition to outdoor use, *many* companies and institutions actually use these sheds indoors for lockable storage. Lots of recreation centers, schools, Military, churches, etc. (not too long ago we shipped 8 to Guantanamo Bay, Cuba)

    It also is not uncommon to get single orders for multiple sheds. These are biggies.

    If you look at our Juicy Affiliate Sales Thread you will see many multiple line shed orders. One in particular was for 8 sheds for a total of $1,800+

    Keywords are king when it comes to sheds. Lots of online searches performed for them.

    I strongly recommend putting a healthy dose of energy on this Shed FPC.

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    I have 2 of these large sheds already i store all the stuff i sell on ebay in them so it doesnt clutter up the house million uses for them

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    Andy;

    Thanks for this great heads-up. Are there any other top-selling categories that we could target for Betty? There are so many categories and products it is hard to know where to start. Any tips would be very welcome.
    I scanned through the Juicy Affiliate Sales thread, and it seems to be all over the map except for sheds. What is the second-best selling?

    Thanks and happy Monday,

    laertes

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    Laertes,

    Furniture is massive category for BettyMills.

    Particularly HON Office Furniture. The order sizes are eye popping.

    You can pull out all HON products from the Datafeed or use the product showcase generator to create some HTML pages with just HON items.

    Let me know if you have any other questions !

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    Ok, next target- office furniture. Thanks, Victor.

    laertes

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    I think I see a discrepency in the size of one of the sheds. I'm looking at the outdoor bike shed with a height measurement of 77 inches, which converts to 6.4166 ft. However, looking at the picture at the site I see that this *looks* inaccurate. With the average bicycle handlebars approximately 4' 6" high, I don't see that represented. The reason I first became interested is to store motorcycles in these sheds. ALSO a note or hint to the design/injection molding team for a motorcycle shed. If there was a shed which allowed an interior entry height of a minimum of 6.5 feet x 8 feet wide x 12 feet deep, I'd buy a few of them myself.

    Now how about my guess at the visual discrepency of the bicycle shed?

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    Brian,

    You are hired !

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    And you're fired . . . how about an answer please.

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    Brian,

    The correct dimensions are:

    92 cu ft.

    4'1" x 5'10" x 3'10" Inner dimensions*
    5' x 6'7" x 4'6" Outer dimensions

    *Length, Depth, Height.

    We are correcting the website now.

    Thanks for the heads up.

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    Thanks Vic

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