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When I am doing my product reviews and researching various things on Amazon, I have noticed that certain products have multiple pages that you can click on that are usually the

Good question Matt and I'm probably not the person to answer, but I did a Amazon based review of the adjustable Varidesk product. In that product there are 4 or so different models and I just focused on the keyword phrase that had the lowest competition and most searches.

What is Varidesk is my keyword phrase: Google it, I got in position 7 right away.

I didn't hit the various models in separate posts, but in the all inclusive review. Then I just link to Amazon for a specific model or all of them. See what you think. Hope it helps.

Todd

Yes I see this all the time, the same product but sold in different department. No point of writing again. I usually chose the one with more reviews and link there.

That is exactly what I have been doing so far and will continue to do, thanks for the input!

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Can you help with a question about latent semantic keywords?

Can you help with a question about latent semantic keywords?

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When I am doing my product reviews and researching various things on Amazon, I have noticed that certain products have multiple pages that you can click on that are usually the

Good question Matt and I'm probably not the person to answer, but I did a Amazon based review of the adjustable Varidesk product. In that product there are 4 or so different models and I just focused on the keyword phrase that had the lowest competition and most searches.

What is Varidesk is my keyword phrase: Google it, I got in position 7 right away.

I didn't hit the various models in separate posts, but in the all inclusive review. Then I just link to Amazon for a specific model or all of them. See what you think. Hope it helps.

Todd

Yes I see this all the time, the same product but sold in different department. No point of writing again. I usually chose the one with more reviews and link there.

That is exactly what I have been doing so far and will continue to do, thanks for the input!

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Hey WA Members!

I have been thinking about diving into a new niche website within the next month or two, and I am getting a head start by researching a few domain names.

completekitchenmastery.com

masterofthekitchen.com is also available.

I didnt think of that one thank you!

How about http://KitchenGod.com, KitchenHero, KitchenBuddy, http://KitchenStud.com, KitchenGuru. Out of the two, I like http://CompleteKitchenMastery.com

Hey Todd thanks for the awesome suggestions, all of those would definitely stand out on the SERPS!

I like short and sweet, so something along those lines. If it's fate, it will come to you bro. Cheers

I like masteringyourkitchen

Thank you!

Masteringyourkitchen.com

Or if you wanted to have more of a personal touch brand: mattskitchenmastery.com

Thank you for the suggestion!

I like the first one but I am a strong believer in keeping domain names short and easy to remember. Therefore, I think I would vote for masteringyourkitchen.com as it is a little shorter.

I checked and saw that masteryourkitchen.com is also available.

However, picking a name that people can remember is more important than the length. So, go with whichever one is a better keyword and that you think will be most memorable.

Thank you very much for your thoughts, I had thought about master your kitchen as well, but I was thinking that people might read it as 'mastery our kitchen' instead!

Yes, I noticed that too. Better stay away from that one I guess.

For me as a English as second language girl I like the masteringyourkitChen one better...for me it better explain what you write is your niche...however I like the flow better of the first name... I guess that didn't really help ;-)

Actually that is the exact same dilemma I was having myself!

I like masteryourkitchen even more that someone suggested I'm another reply!

I vote for masteringyourkitchen

I think I am leaning towards that one as well!

I like both, but the "complete" in the first TLD grabs my attention a little more than the other one.

That is EXACTLY what I was thinking as well, I like the sounds of the second one but the other one really stands out and makes an impact I think

Hey,
out of those two I prefer masteringyourkitchen.

Cheers
Moritz

Thank you very much Moritz!

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Can I get a quick poll on a domain name?

Can I get a quick poll on a domain name?

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Hey WA Members!

I have been thinking about diving into a new niche website within the next month or two, and I am getting a head start by researching a few domain names.

completekitchenmastery.com

masterofthekitchen.com is also available.

I didnt think of that one thank you!

How about http://KitchenGod.com, KitchenHero, KitchenBuddy, http://KitchenStud.com, KitchenGuru. Out of the two, I like http://CompleteKitchenMastery.com

Hey Todd thanks for the awesome suggestions, all of those would definitely stand out on the SERPS!

I like short and sweet, so something along those lines. If it's fate, it will come to you bro. Cheers

I like masteringyourkitchen

Thank you!

Masteringyourkitchen.com

Or if you wanted to have more of a personal touch brand: mattskitchenmastery.com

Thank you for the suggestion!

I like the first one but I am a strong believer in keeping domain names short and easy to remember. Therefore, I think I would vote for masteringyourkitchen.com as it is a little shorter.

I checked and saw that masteryourkitchen.com is also available.

However, picking a name that people can remember is more important than the length. So, go with whichever one is a better keyword and that you think will be most memorable.

Thank you very much for your thoughts, I had thought about master your kitchen as well, but I was thinking that people might read it as 'mastery our kitchen' instead!

Yes, I noticed that too. Better stay away from that one I guess.

For me as a English as second language girl I like the masteringyourkitChen one better...for me it better explain what you write is your niche...however I like the flow better of the first name... I guess that didn't really help ;-)

Actually that is the exact same dilemma I was having myself!

I like masteryourkitchen even more that someone suggested I'm another reply!

I vote for masteringyourkitchen

I think I am leaning towards that one as well!

I like both, but the "complete" in the first TLD grabs my attention a little more than the other one.

That is EXACTLY what I was thinking as well, I like the sounds of the second one but the other one really stands out and makes an impact I think

Hey,
out of those two I prefer masteringyourkitchen.

Cheers
Moritz

Thank you very much Moritz!

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I am trying to decide whether or not it is best to list the prices of the items I am reviewing on my website, or to let customers find out the price when and if they decide to

Prices are very volatile, and do not depend on you, but on the seller, I will advise you refrain from this, and moreover Amazon in particular does not like it.

I add prices after asking a similar question here. Many were saying yes to it. I myself like to see full info if I read something.

But some very successful people claim it is better not. This forces visitors to click.

Problem is to keep prices updated if you add them.

Exactly and that would be a tedious task with needing to monitor the items occasionally to see if anything has changed

I just spoke to an amazon associate who said they recommend not doing so since they are always subject to change, but it is okay to do so

I use plugin EasyAzone which keeps prices updated. It is not free.

Yeah I have been looking into that and all of its features, definitely something I will be getting within the coming weeks.

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Quick poll! do you list prices on your site or not?

Quick poll! do you list prices on your site or not?

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I am trying to decide whether or not it is best to list the prices of the items I am reviewing on my website, or to let customers find out the price when and if they decide to

Prices are very volatile, and do not depend on you, but on the seller, I will advise you refrain from this, and moreover Amazon in particular does not like it.

I add prices after asking a similar question here. Many were saying yes to it. I myself like to see full info if I read something.

But some very successful people claim it is better not. This forces visitors to click.

Problem is to keep prices updated if you add them.

Exactly and that would be a tedious task with needing to monitor the items occasionally to see if anything has changed

I just spoke to an amazon associate who said they recommend not doing so since they are always subject to change, but it is okay to do so

I use plugin EasyAzone which keeps prices updated. It is not free.

Yeah I have been looking into that and all of its features, definitely something I will be getting within the coming weeks.

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