18 Aug 09
05 Feb 12 9:14 pm
I don't know if you're trying to use SEO or not, but keep in mind that with the new Google changes, it will pretty much be impossible for you to rank for product name words unless you actually sell the product (not just promote as an affiliate).
Also, Google hates things like "add to cart" buttons if you aren't actually adding the product to a shopping cart on your website. Don't just use this as a way to get people to click on your Amazon link.
Looks like you just copied some customer reviews from Amazon.com too. This is a big no-no. Not only is this duplicate content (which is going to make it nearly impossible for you to outrank a huge site like Amazon), but there's probably some legal issues with copyright.
You can still do reviews as long as you provide tons of value. Some of your product articles seem a bit shallow. I would add as much as you possibly can. If you are just copying and pasting product descriptions or specs, then you really don't have a chance. Go into extreme detail on what you like about the Kindle, what you don't like about it, who the Kindle is right for, who shouldn't get it. Remember, the purpose is to inform the visitor, not just fill up space so that you can trick Google into ranking you.
Basically, the most important thing from an SEO standpoint is that you stop trying to fool people into thinking that your site is actually selling Kindles. Google hates these sorts of sites and views them as "parasites." Make it a legit review site that offers insights and opinions. Show Kindle "hacks," tips, tricks, etc. that will make people actually want to visit your site and give Google a reason to rank you.
Hope this helps.