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Conversion Crushing Reviews: How to Write a High Converting Product Review



Need to write a compelling, in-depth review that will put your business or product over the top? Then check out these 4 traits that you need to bring a high amount of traffic to your product! You’ll learn what to include and how to write in order to impact your marketing in a deeply positive way.

You should include at least two links in your review; one at the top of the review, and one at the bottom. This will help get customers whether or not they decide to read your review. If you’re using an SEO strategy, don’t include any more than 2 or 3 links, or it will hurt your rankings. Add plenty of high quality images and/or videos to make your review look more professional. You want the images to the left or right of your text, so it doesn’t crowd out your content.

Pay attention to the length of your post, you want it to be not too short, and not too long. About 500-600 words seems to be ideal, or a bit more for a high-ticket item. Lastly, you’ll need to include a minor flaw, even if you think the product is perfect. This makes lends legitimacy to your review. Above these 4 traits looms the most important part: Write clearly and concisely, without using too much slang or silliness.

If you stick to these characteristics when writing your product reviews, they are sure to stand out and get noticed by lots of traffic! Get to writing!

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  1. Hey Marc, I sent you an email about this but I'll quickly answer here as well. Basically, Squidoo being penalized by Google is nothing new. It's happened several times in the last decade. So far, Squidoo has been able to recover from every single Google beating. I would highly recommend self hosted blogs over any third party service. But Squidoo can be useful for backlinks and traffic (especially when it's alive and kicking).

  2. I'd pick self hosted aged domains over third party sites any day of the week. I actually haven't created a new Squidoo lens in forever. It may be an option for some people, especially newbies that are just getting their feet wet. But self hosted is really the safest and most sustainable way to build a business online.

  3. Hi Brendan created a Amazon review site based on your methods except for using and aged domain. I think I'm indexed. I'm not sure if the niche is competitive or not. Can you shed some light.

  4. Good video, my site isn't ranking at all and I am targetting a very low competition keyword.
    The site is indexed maybe it has something to do with the amount of affiliate links, going to remove them and we'll see.

  5. Too many affiliate links will definitely negatively impact your rankings. But having more of these links will also increase your CTR. So it's really a balancing act between the two. My advice is to use a small number of affiliate links in areas of MAXIMUM exposure.

  6. Brendan what are your thoughs on just using my name for a domain  how would you use that to promote affiliate products or write product reviews just wondering because it would not be congruent with products ect but if you brand yourself in the process it would be i guess.Or would it be smarter to make a domain with your name .com then your niche.Example bobbyjohnsongolf.com

  7. Any suggestion to fabricate info for marketing discredits your trustworthiness. You need to rethink this concept, and reword it. It is absurd on face to equate deception with trustworthiness. You seem very uncertain about most points you make in this video. Shaky, or flaky?

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