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    Default Title For My "Buy Stuff" Page?

    Is there any prevailing wisdom on what to call the page (what shows in the Nav Bar) where you sell your stuff? For example, I have a single page with a table on it that lists all the video tutorials we have for sale. I wasn't wild about calling it "Products Page," so I changed it to "Tutorials." But now I am going to add OTHER stuff to sell, like ebooks, royalty-free music, etc.

    Thanks.

    Ken

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    How about Resources? Or a variation of it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adriana View Post
    How about Resources? Or a variation of it?
    Thanks! the only problem with that is I actually already use that term for OTHER stuff, like I have downloadable audio stuff for free that people can use in the tutorials

    Ken

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    Hi Jake,

    Why are you adding those other products to that one page? Why don't you create individual pages for each category of product?

    I would then try to include a keyword phrase + the type of item. i.e. KW tutorials, KW e-books, etc.
    Corinne Mitchell ~ aka Coronado Cookie
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    Corinne,

    Honestly I am kind of flying blind here. It just seemed to me that the "store" on my site ought to have all the stuff that is for sale, so customers can see it all on 1 page. But this is my first real foray into internet marketing, so I'm absolutely open to suggestions.

    Thanks for the reply!

    Ken

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    Hmm...

    I don't have your URL handy, so this might be off base.

    I'd suggest focusing on building your traffic before investing too much time in a store, unless you already have of course.

    I don't know, there is not fixed perfect number, but shoot for at least hundreds of unique visitors a day.

    Content, links and traffic first. Store later.

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