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While there are a number of ways to navigate Ebay, almost every visitor uses either "titles" or "titles and descriptions" to search for auctions. If they search for "green ipod mini" and your title or description includes "green ipod mini," your search result will be displayed.
When most sellers create auctions, they concentrate on describing item or converting visitors with powerful sales copy; however, what they don't do-- almost without exception--is add traffic-pulling keywords to their titles and pepper keywords throughout their descriptions.
In fact, some sellers neglect this to such a great extent that they misspell important keywords in their titles and description. This is first type of seller we talked about. As a result, they attract no buyers-- with possible exception of people who scour misspelled auctions to purchase underbid items that are unintentionally"hidden."
. . .so don't fool around when you create your auction title and description! You now know better.
This is single most important determinant of amount and quality of traffic you receive as a seller on Ebay. Use it, and you will immediately attract more interested buyers; ignore it, and you voluntarily give interested buyers to seller who is already selling same products as you for twice price.
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