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Google Returned Results

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by youtalk, Aug 5, 2013.

  1. youtalk

    youtalk Regular Member

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    I've been noticing this coming up a lot on items that I have listed on my website.

    "In order to show you the most relevant results, we have omitted some entries very similar to the 19 already displayed.
    If you like, you can repeat the search with the omitted results included."


    So if a user searches for a product that is on my site, my site isn't showing on the first few pages, and then that message comes up.
    If you click the link to show all the results, I show up in the top few spots.

    What are some ideas everyone may have to ensure I do come up without having to click the link to show all the results?
    I know some of you are going to say, "have unique content". But its not that easy to describe a product that's been described before with the basic information.
    For example: a battery, there's only so many ways to describe this "battery", especially when its such a generic item.
     
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    youtalk Regular Member

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    Still looking for some feedback on this, anyone have an idea?
     
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    If you copy and pasted the product description on all your product pages then your grouped together with everyone else that did the same. When I had the same product description as everyone else my site couldn't break the top 100 regardless of the links I would throw at it. What ended up working was not so much re-writing the product description but instead watering it down a bit. So keep the product description from the manufacture but add lots of your own content to the product page. It can be content about the niche in general, the quality of your business, or how-to's for using the product. I was selling adult products so this was pretty easy lol.
     
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    Yeah I've been trying to change the product information up a little, but I have so many pages, that it becomes hard to do.

    I wonder if rearranging information (order of the data, or product description) would help.

    What about using <author on all my pages, would google give look at that? Even if it's the same data, and they posted it first.