28 May 11 7:05 am
all you need to do to totally dominate those keywords is to add a variety of buyer keywords to your titles.
and before I give you some examples, the above comments are also right, especially adding similar products, or even older models of the same product.
OK, here are some of those keywords that you could add.
order, purchase, cheap, special, discount, promotion, sale, get, bonus, online, cost price,
naturally it is easy to do other variations using a buyer keyword like "price".
try something like best price, great price, well priced, special price, a buy now price, budget price etc... naturally you must still include the product name example ... "Best Price LG 32LE5300"
Finally while you do need to have a few pages that have the correct keywords (and I presume that you did check which are the most searched for.) at some point you could get your website punished for having too many pages with very similar types of titles and content.
I would suggest that instead you do more back-linking to those existing pages. Or even start to build link-wheel type blogs that boost your product, or put linking products onto places like scribed.
Best of luck with it all.
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