25 Aug 06
05 Jul 07 8:47 pm
Hi Adrian and Sean :D
Thank you for your responses :P
sean06 wrote:Hopefully you've already constructed your book pages so that you give yourself a better chance for ranking higher for those terms, which will result in quite a good conversion %.
Have you heard of spoken network by any chance formed by Paul Smithson, the creator of XSitePro? They are the ones how set up the store, I can add text to the category pages (only a small amount otherwise it wont look right) but not to product pages as they are all auto generated by the system with the product descriptions that the publishers provide.
So I can’t do any heavy KW optimization. But I’ve been doing a bit of research and from what I’ve seen so far this is true of mega stores in general anyway!
If you use a KW density analyzer tool (This one is very good www.articleunderground.com/webmaster/ke ... -tool.html
) then you can see that when looking at online mega stores there home pages have all kinds of different words from the various product they sell and as a result they aren’t very well optimized for there KWs.
For instance the home page of audible.com has “buy audio books online” in its KW meta tags, yet it doesn’t appear on the page! But it’s ranking #1 for “buy audio books online”??
Does this mean that you can rank for KW phases that don’t appear on your page just by having a lot of links pointing at you with those words? Or is it that as long as the actual words that make up your KW phase are scattered on your page you can rank for it, again with the help of links? Or maybe both?
I’d like to hear what you more experienced guys think about this as I’m not about to start making assumptions on my little bit of inexperienced research :lol:
Thanks in advanced