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I sell 'widgets.' I have widget images, widget descriptions, and a shopping cart on the widget website.
Should I add content related to widgets? I have read that you should have new pages all the time. How is that possible?
Any advice would be appreciated!
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For ecommerce sites consider -
>alternative "widget" uses
Hope this helps
Don't just look at sites selling widgets. Check out ECommerce sites selling thinga-ma-bobs and see how their ideas can be adapted to your own widgets pages.
Use some of the many keyword research tools to find out what searches are being conducted for widgets. I guarantee they are not all "Buy Widgets" related. Mine this for content ideas... they're searching, can you create content to feed their insatiable mouse?
Depending on what type of widgets you're selling, some or all of the following may apply...
Thanks again for the great information. I am off to write something unique and drop-your-chin exciting about my widgets, which I hold so close to my heart!
Nevertheless, the principal way that online sales happen is as a side effect of gathering information. That's what you learn if you take her course. It's not just because search engines like it - it's because the web users are out looking for it.