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Old August 21st, 2012, 08:59 AM
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Default How to do a Perfect keyword research to display correct Products?

Hi,

Im trying to keep many products in my website.. its really becoming a tough job to display correct products..

For eg: when Iam trying to display clothes using some keywords like 'womens clothes' , iam still able to see other products like bags, shoes, hats, watches etc.. , (no matters even I tried to eliminate them using -bags|shoes|hats|etc... ) still iam able to see other non-related product..


So, any ideas that I can get my exact products...?


thnx
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Old August 21st, 2012, 09:11 AM
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Hi

You've added a backpack to this category by clicking the "add to category" link. This overrides your description:



Also, please see my note about your redundant search.

Regarding the generalness of a "womens clothes" category, I must restate what I said in a previous email:
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In my opinion, it's best to start with a small niche site instead of a huge general purpose website. Why? Who's your competition with a huge general purpose website? It's Amazon, Wal-Mart, Buy.com, Target, etc... Those are huge competitors. On the other hand, who is your competitor for a small niche like a store selling studded dog collars or underwater camera cases? Not too many direct competitors.

For more information regarding small niches, check out an interview we did with a long term Datafeedr customer making 5 figures a month using Datafeedr: http://www.datafeedr.com/webinar-mkane/

My advice: [...] Focus on building small niche stores with great content!
I think you are going to have a difficult time promoting such a HUGE category of products.

For more information on setting up good searches, please see these:

http://www.datafeedr.com/docs/item/158
http://www.datafeedr.com/videos?vide...rc=yt#videotop
http://www.datafeedr.com/videos?vide...rc=yt#videotop

Eric
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Old August 21st, 2012, 09:34 AM
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OK, I remove that backpack search..

Actually this is my 1st ecommerce website i bought, from next time onwards I try buy domains specific to some niche and then I target..


Thnx!
 


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