Writing Ebay Reviews And Guides
Whenever you look up a product on eBay, you won’t just get your search results appearing on the next screen. You’ll also get a small box underneath the related categories section which will tell you about any reviews or guides people have written that are related to the product you have searched for.
This is a great opportunity to establish yourself as an expert on whatever you are selling, and you can also put a clickable link to your About Me page within the body of the guide or review. You’ll also find that you’ll be mentioned as a reviewer next to your eBay ID, which in turn provides another way for people to get some information from you and to ultimately end up looking at your About Me page… and surfing over to your website.
Make a point of writing a guide every week if you can, and you’ll soon have another strategy out there on eBay, working hard to gain you more traffic.
If you’ve started to put all these strategies in place, you’ll now be getting a much larger percentage of people visiting your About Me page. The next step is to make sure they leave that page and visit your own website.
As mentioned earlier, you cannot link directly to a product which is for sale, but there should be no problem at all if you link to your website’s home page. You will of course need to make sure that home page has plenty to offer your visitors, but that will be covered in more detail later on in this book.
The main point to remember is that you shouldn’t be trying to sell anyone anything from your About Me page. All you are trying to do is to get them to visit your website, and the easiest way to do that is by creating some intrigue and promise.
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