Setting up the listings should be the easy oninbox review , after all we’ve carried out our
research, we know how the competition are promoting themselves and we
also have the research information we have gleaned from fiverr.com
What I like to do is put myself in the shoes of my potential buyers and I ask
myself this question.
“If I wanted to buy xxxx what would I search for?”
It’s a simple question; however, thinking like your buyers instead of thinking
like a marketer will increase your chance of oninbox review.
Here’s a little story, I promise to keep it brief.
Back in 2009 I was selling Acer Aspires as an Amazon associate. As I had my
low-priced items generating the bulk of my Amazon performance fee
requirements; I was making between 6% and 8% on my higher end sales.
This meant I was making between $12 and $17 per unit sold.
I quickly worked out that most of my competitions were trying to rank or bid
for the keywords “Acer Aspire”, so I did something different.
I put myself in the shoes of my buyer, a buyer who had already “researched”
the Acer range and decided on a “specific” model.
That’s why the keywords I chose were “Acer Aspire AS1410”. My cost per click
was far less than my competitors who were bidding on “Acer Aspire” and my
articles were ranking higher as I was more “oninbox review” specific and the content
concentrated on one product not a whole product range.
Pretty simple, yet very, very effective!