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Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by david2222, Mar 30, 2014.

  1. david2222

    david2222 Registered Member

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    Hi,

    Writing content for each product is really hard to achieve. I own an eCommerce website with more than 3000 products. To save plenty of time, i wrote a 400 sales page content and replaced only their names and some features. But they are not even more than 15% unique from each other. What your expertise says to tackle this?

    Thanks
     
  2. Porphyrogenitus

    Porphyrogenitus Junior Member

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    First admit to yourself that you aren't a native english speaker. Even if you struggle to slowly write each article, small grammar mistakes will still come off as untrustworthy to most consumers, and Google too.

    Reap the benefits of specialization. Sell some services to afford paying somebody to write cheap descriptions.
     
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  3. bartosimpsonio

    bartosimpsonio Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Outsource the job of writing content at mturk or elance or here on the hire a freelancer section.
     
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  4. david2222

    david2222 Registered Member

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    Yup, English isn't my first language.

    I cannot afford to pay for 3000 articles, my question is still unanswered.
     
  5. Porphyrogenitus

    Porphyrogenitus Junior Member

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    Since it isn't you'll need to trade something you're good at. You can't afford to lose those sales.
     
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  6. david2222

    david2222 Registered Member

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    Good suggestion, thanks
     
  7. redrubies

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    I rank on page 1 for most of my products. Trouble is, the majority of shoppers use search terms such as "jewelry," "earrings" etc., but that's another story. All I do to rank on page 1 for my products is a short description in h3 that includes all my desired keywords.
     
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  8. redrubies

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    Do you want me to help you? I can look at your website and give you my opinion if you'd like. You can trust me. I keep confidences and wouldn't tell anyone your store. PM me if you'd like me to help you.
     
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    You don't need 400 words on each item. Who was the SEO Guru that told you that?
     
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  10. david2222

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    @redrubies, PM sent. How many words in h3 you write for each product?

    thanks guys, much appreciated.
     
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