First of all, let me thank all of you guys for the helpful guides on this site! I really appreciate everything I have learned from you. I haven't found relevant threads to my question (if there is such a thread, sorry for the duplicate), but I think I'm not the only one who is wondering about this. Let me explain the problem: - Let's say you found a niche that has little competition - G lists about 500k pages - Has a pretty good search volume like 10-20k BUT: the products are so tiny, trivial, seemingly unimportant like for example shoelaces, that there is no way that you can write at least 500 word reviews about them. I mean...if you take the shoelace example, what can you write about them that is not repetitive or boring, but informative and is genuine - and most importantly - enough content (for Amazon)? I think 250 words is a generous guess for maximum length on each review. On top of that: if you put all the content on a single page, it can easily be overoptimized for xy keywords, but if you create individual pages (for 250 word reviews) that's just absurd.. Besides, we know content is king and is essential for ranking... So, how would you create this site without Amazon banning you for thin content and having enough content for ranking?