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StoreStacker.com is an affiliate niche store builder which allows users to create fully-fledged websites, or stores, with automated content and affiliate products within minutes.
Scott, from StoreStacker, told me that they just launched close to 6-months ago but have already grown to over 2,200 customers.
The StoreStacker product works like similar tools of it’s kind, the most notable one being BuildANicheStore, or BANS. However, BANS is limited to promoting eBay listed products only. Unlike BANS, StoreStacker essentially ‘stacks’ a variety of different affiliate programs, allowing you to promote products from not only eBay, but other sources such as Amazon and ClickBank as well.
In addition, StoreStacker is reportedly the only niche store building tool of it’s kind that allows you to easily integrate YouTube videos and RSS feeds into your store for supplemental content.
StoreStacker’s main use comes in the basic fact that it will create a complete affiliate site for the user, including automatically updated niche or topic related content.
It comes with 12 pre-built templates which are customizable to allow you to create a unique and relevantly designed store (you would probably want to design a site promoting digital cameras differently than a site promoting women’s makeup, for example).
Watch my screencast video review of StoreStacker for more information below:
The best part of StoreStacker, in my opinion, is that once you create your store (which takes between 5-10 minutes), all the products, content and videos update automatically.
What makes StoreStacker different from the other store-generating tools is that it appears to be the only one which integrates other affiliate product sources other than just eBay.
Here are a few more features of StoreStacker:
- Creates search engine friendly stores with keyword infused URLs, keyword tags and related product listings on each page, and Google Sitemaps are automatically created. In addition, all affiliate links are embedded and are automatically cloaked.
- Once purchased, users can use StoreStacker on as many sites and stores as they want with their one license.
- CommissionJunction integration is reportedly on the way within the next month or two.
- Includes 12 templates, user manuals, video tutorials and on-call E-mail support.
StoreStacker costs $97 for the basic version. However, for additional features and product integration you will need to purchase additional modules, or plugins, which are priced at $25 each.
The eBay, Amazon, and YouTube plugins are included with the core purchase at $97, but the additional plugins such as ClickBank and RSS will cost you an extra $25 each.
As concluded in my screencast review above, StoreStacker can save you a lot of hassle and time in launching a store (or 50 stores), and the automatically updated content is priceless.
But what StoreStacker obviously won’t do is automatically bring in traffic. Therefore, a tool like StoreStacker is most beneficial, in my opinion, to PPC affiliate marketers or anyone who knows how to generate relevant traffic as StoreStacker will take care of all the website and product generation for you.