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In reality creating the content for the pages on your website is not a difficult task for someone who knows your business once they adhere to the guideline tips below.
#1 – One page, one product or one service
Google (and the other search engines) look at each page of your website as an individual entity. That means that every page you have on your website is a new opportunity for your website to rank for a particular key phrase.
To put it another
This is more of a Golden
#2 – Grab your visitors Attention
Working on the assumption that your website has been
Think of headlines that will really grab your visitor’s attention and also hook their interest in the rest of the content on your page. Use lots of headlines to break up your content.
#2– Focus on the “Benefits”
Most internet users have a really short attention span. Don’t waste the precious seconds you have by waffling and including content that doesn’t immediately answer your visitor’s question: “what’s in it for me?”
They are on your page for a reason: make sure you quickly tell them that you have what they need and how what you do will benefit them. Once that’s done, you can tell them how you’re different & better than your competitors.
First focus on the benefits of your product or service to the reader (aka your ideal customer).
#3 – Making your page SEO friendly is simple!
At a fundamental level SEO’ing your product page content is really quite simple, so long as you remember that Google
So by clearly describing the benefits and features of your products or
In the exact same
A “buying” keyphrase is a
Keyphrases – Buying keyphrases:
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#4 – Don’t Waffle!
Your website visitors have severe and chronic Attention Deficit Disorder. You have between 5 – 8 seconds to catch their attention and show them you have what they need.
Don’t waste the opportunity.
Remember they are thinking “what is in this for me?” If you aren’t answering that question you are “waffling”. By all
#5 – Have a Call To Action
EVERY page should have a call to action at the bottom of the page. In some
A “Call To Action” is simply where you instruct the reader to do something. This can be a text link or even better a button that really stands out from the rest of the page.
Product & Services Product Page Content Creation Template
To further help you I’ve put together a template document designed to help make creating your website content a breeze. You can download it for free, no strings attached by clicking on the link below:
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