Writing Product Descriptions
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A picture may be worth a thousand words, but search engines still find things primarily with words rather than pictures. If you write a good product description, though, you'll get more than the search engines; you'll get buyers. Keep reading to find out how to appeal to these two kinds of customers to increase your online sales.
Your Web pages certainly have a lot to offer to an online buying public. You’ve got apparel, shoes, handicrafts, artwork, all sorts of things which might appeal to a wide audience of consumers. You deliver on time and you produce high-quality items.
So…why doesn’t anyone buy them? Why does your traffic remain so consistently low no matter how much new stuff, no matter how many great products, you add to the site? Don’t dismantle your site in an attempt to make improvements. First, ask yourself this: what do you know about writing product descriptions?
Your Web pages are made for selling, for showcasing (and showing off). They’re made to impress a buying public into parting with their money (so that it can become your money). But your pages, though they are rich in quality goods, may still be lacking something very vital in the online world: search engine-friendly content. But, you sell goods online! Doesn’t that mean you don’t need text-based, optimized content?
All Web sites, no matter their purpose, must have some text-based content. Otherwise, how will the search engines find your pages? Remember, Internet traffic searches for what they want through keywords. If you want to bring visitors to your pages, keywords are your greatest tool. Learn how to use them to improve sales.
It’s time to put some serious thought into writing product descriptions.
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