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6 Things You Must Do for More Sales on Amazon

Want More Sales? Include These 6 Things in Your Amazon Product Description by Karon Thackston

I did a poll recently in my private Facebook group. The question was something like “Which part of creating Amazon listings stresses you out the most?” Of the title, bullets, description, and keywords, the majority answered that the description was where they hit a wall.

That really surprised me.

One seller commented that the description section took the most creativity because it was the longest. Therefore, at the request of my Facebook group, I’ve developed this quick help guide for those who are uncertain about what to include as they write their Amazon product description.

Does the Description Matter?

While the description is farther down the page when you view a listing on a computer, mobile users see the standard description above the key feature bullets. That means this is the first bit of detailed information shoppers see when using a smartphone or tablet.

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How to Test Amazon Titles for Results

How to Easily Test & Tweak Amazon Titles for Maximum Results by Karon Thackston

Writing Amazon titles can be a traumatic experience for some people. Even those with a good amount of expertise with writing copy can struggle with this all-important element. It only makes sense that — once the Amazon title has been decided on — you would leave it alone at all costs. Unfortunately, that’s not the best strategy if you want to ensure conversions are at their highest.

The title of your product listing is the most-read component of your copy. It has an enormous impact on sales and rankings. Just because you’ve found one that works pretty well doesn’t mean there aren’t several others that could pull even better results. This is why it’s important to test and tweak every title for every product listing you’ve created. But how?

 

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