Today, I want to talk about how you can use Product Reviews to attract consumers to your e-commerce website. Many e-commerce website owners are usually trying to figure out what kind of content they can create to help their websites rank better in search engines organically, or SEO. Search engines rank your website based on the content that you’re putting out and the demand from search engine users out there.
- Product reviews are a great way to attract people that are interested in something that you’re specializing in on your website, as they use these types of reviews to figure out what kind of product they want.
- You can use different techniques for your product reviews, like video blogs or even just text-based blogs.
- Creating unboxing videos of your products in your video blog is a great way to show people the latest and greatest products, and show them what they can expect when they purchase something from your company.
- If you’re thinking about what kind of products you can review, think about what’s popular at the time of the year.
For example, in the week ,TVs are generally a highly purchased item and highly searched item, so maybe reviewing some of the TVs that are out there if you’re in the electronics game; that’s just an example of how you want to look into what’s popular based on the time of the year, the season, or different events that are happening that may be of interest to your target market.
Amazon, Other Online Grocery Stores Accept Food Stamps
The United States Department of Agriculture wants to make online grocery shopping a reality for millions of low-income American families. On Jan.5, USDA announced a two-year trial program for families participating in the Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program commonly called SNAP or food stamps. Amazon and FreshDirect are among seven online retailers, ranging from large to local, which will now accept food stamps in a partnership with the USDA.
However, participants will not be able to use their benefits for the delivery fees that can add up on sites like Amazon. The program will begin this summer in seven states, but the USDA plans to eventually roll it out nationwide. USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack said, “Online purchasing is a potential lifeline for SNAP participants living in urban neighborhoods and rural communities where access to healthy food choices can be limited. ” As of October 2016, the USDA says over 43 million Americans use food stamps.