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Increasing your PR – Google Page Rank

PR is the abbreviation for page rank. If someone mentions online that their website is PR1 or PR2 that usually means that the website is located on the first or second page rank of search results in Google. It is important to get your website on PR1 because once you do you will receive a lot of traffic to your website. A website without any traffic is useless especially if you are trying to sell something on your website.

People make websites for many different reasons some people make them to keep a record of their life or thoughts and other people make websites to make money from. Of course if you have a personal blog set up you probably do not want the entire internet getting a glimpse into your personal life. However, if you want to sell something with your website you will want to get as much traffic to your website as possible so that a lot of people buy your product.

You can’t expect to sell anything or make any money off of a website that does not receive any traffic. So once you set up your website and you have a basic idea of what you want to do with it you need to work on content. Website content is anything you put on a website; usually articles, but pictures and videos also count as a form of content. Either way you should focus in writing well written articles about the topic of your website. If the articles you write are interesting you will slowly start to build a following of devoted readers.

If you write articles that have lots of spelling mistakes and poor grammar you won’t be able to build a proper fan base because no one will be able to understand what you are trying to talk about in your articles.

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Writing Great Auction Descriptions

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Writing Great Auction Descriptions

Creating a listing on eBay is only the first step of selling products. If you want a good number of people to bid on your auction, they must be comfortable with the item description and understand the product or service you are offering. A great item description is essential. Be honest and appealing so buyers will compete for what you have to sell.

Title Basics

Important description pieces include the title and the body to start. Both should be cohesive so the bidders understand the item you have up for auction. They should have a good picture in their minds of the item before reaching the photos you have provided.

Beginning with the title, writing visual and specific is the best way to create the title. What draws your attention when you look at eBay auctions? Use some of those same phrases and ideals.

For instance, “Red dining room dinette.” Doesn’t tell the bidder much about the item you have for sale. But adding details with “Authentic 1956”, “Oak”, and “Farmhouse” gives a more visual description. Adding the condition to the title can also be helpful.

Test Good Descriptions

Detail the features of your item using attention-grabbing phrases in your description. Make sure to cover every detail that someone buying the item would like to know. Answer every question before it is asked.

If you’re selling a printer on eBay, you should include the manufacturer, the make, does it print in color, how many prints can it produce in a minute, the age, does it have a USB connection, how about a scanner, and can it make copies? All these details will want to be known by the person purchasing the printer.

The more information you give in the description, the better. Your desire is to have every bidder fully consider your product before returning to the search results. Take time with your description and test a number of different descriptions when you are selling the same item multiple times. One description may produce better results than all the others.

 

 

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