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  1. Chelsy

    keyword research

    Well start with brainstorm about how and what keywords your customers use to get on your website/page.And after you can use to find, familiar or recommendations from next tools: - Google Keyword Planner: The golden tool for keyword research. You can get a ton of ideas and analyze the competition by using this free online resource! - Ubersuggest: A great way to find long tail keywords that your customers are typing in without any additional effort on your part. Just type in what you want, and it will generate hundreds of long tail keywords for you to use. - Ahrefs (Keyword Explorer) - paid. But amazing tool for SEO. Main metrics is Volume and competition. In Google Keyword Planner you don’t see competition metrics, but you see cps price. If price is bigger, that in most cases means, the competition is high. Based on it and your knowledge you can decide what strategy to use. You can focus on commercial keywords, or long-tail keywords… there is eve a zero volume strategy for low budgets. You can read a great article about it here: https://www.shaunmarrs.com/zero-search-volume-keyword-research/
  2. To increase visibility and boost sales, it is essential to optimize your listing for the keywords you're targeting. Here are some tips on how to do that… #1 – Make Sure Your Title Contains Your Keywords Or Phrase What separates a good title from a bad one? It's all about search engine optimization. If you want people to find your listing, you'll have to make it easy for them. Use your keywords or keyword phrase in the title of your listing, and be sure that it appears at least once within the first 55 characters. #2 – Choose A Great Picture The image is another important detail when writing a good product description. Optimize your image for search engines by using the keyword phrase as a file name, and make sure your picture is large enough to show details. #3 – Focus On Your Listings' Main Benefit A product listing's objective should be clear from the beginning. Rather than just stating an item or service you offer, explain what it does and how it helps your audience. Keep in mind that a special offer will make a much larger impact than any other content, so it's best to highlight the promotion first before transitioning into detail about your product or service. #4 – Use Keywords In Your Description The more keywords you use, the better. Focus on including relevant ones within the first two sentences, and then sprinkle them throughout the rest of the content to keep search engines happy. You will also want to use strong calls-to-action (CTA) at the end of your listing to lead people into your sales funnel. #5 – Avoid Keyword Stuffing People are accustomed to seeing affiliate offers in their search results, so you hardly even notice them anymore. This means that it is easy to be overzealous with your keyword usage in the hope of getting a quick sale, but you should avoid stuffing keywords because then they will just look like gibberish. Instead, focus on using a natural voice and writing style, as well as relevant content that brings value to your audience. If you have other questions feel free and visit this site (https://marketingunfolded.com/b2b-seo-strategy/), because it helped me a lot.
  3. Delivery time depends from time of execution the order, carrier, buyers free time and others, so, I don't think it would affect something if package would be delivered faster than is mentioned
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