How to Write Amazon Product Descriptions that Sell
Want to rank higher in the Amazon search results &
make more sales? Here’s how…
Are you selling on Amazon with private labeling, bundling, retail arbitrage or manufacturing?
Want to rank higher in the Amazon search results & make more sales?
What’s included in Amazon Advantage: Product Listing Strategies to Boost your Sales?
- Time-tested methods for making your products stand out in the crowd even if others are selling the exact same things.
- How to make more sales and at higher prices.
- Amazon’s list of 4 things you must have to rank well in their internal search engine.
- The tricks and strategies of creating product listings that rank well on Google (despite Amazon’s sometimes conflicting information).
- How to get inside the minds of Amazon shoppers and create compelling descriptions that entice shoppers to buy.
- Real-life examples of products that excel (and some that fall flat on their faces).
- Step-by-step demonstrations of precisely how to implement the method – see it in action right before your eyes.
- Cheat sheets and worksheets to help you nail your product descriptions every time.
- My private process for creating an all-encompassing keyword list that can get you better rankings and seriously more traffic to your listings.
- How to capture attention with engaging product titles.
- The right and wrong way to create features/bullets that work for you instead of sending shoppers packing.
- My unique F.A.C.E. method for determining the length and content of your product descriptions.
- Insiders tips on avoiding common newbie mistakes that can seriously harm your success.
This is not just the “what” of writing for Amazon. You also find out the “why” and “how” so you get a crystal clear picture of exactly what to do to rank higher, get more traffic and sell more products on Amazon.
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