Using Guides To Attract More Buyers On eBay…

Keywords are a very important way to get targeted visitors to your listings in eBay, using the right keywords can attract targeted traffic using the search engines and drive people back to your store.

In fact, eBay have set up a way to help you use the search engines to drive more visitors to your listings. They are called eBay Reviews & Guides.

eBay Reviews & Guides, are where you can write about a topic of your choice, preferably about the products you‘re selling, and fill it with your specific keywords that you know people type in when looking for your items in ebay. Once you‘ve written the guide you can then submit it to eBay, and because eBay is such a massive platform, eBay actually puts links to your store, and in some cases, links to your auctions right next to the guide.

Writing an eBay Guide is an exciting way to get more visitors to your listings.  To do this, you need to include the right keywords, and have those keywords included the right amount of times.

Many people make the mistake of thinking that you need to constantly repeat those keywords throughout the text. In fact, it‘s quite the opposite!

If you use the keywords too many times, the search engines then think it‘s a spam page and will actually remove it from their search results. The best combination of keyword use is to include the keywords every 250 words.

Writing a guide in your chosen niche can give you credibility as a seller, more clout over your competition if they haven’t written a guide and shows how educated you are in your field.

To write a Guide you simply go to the link below for more information:

http://reviews.ebay.com.au/

So get cracking and writing some guides on your niche product or area of expertise to get more buyers to your listings today!

Have a great eBay week!

Matt & Amanda Clarkson

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January 13, 2011

Valuable info. Lucky me I found your site by accident, I bookmarked it.

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