How to Write a Proper Description for Your Template
Are you looking to boost your sales? If so, one of the most important ways of boosting sales is to add good, unique, relevant descriptions to each of your templates. When we say unique, we mean not a generic description that you use on every one of your templates.
Your description needs to be written specifically for each template. It matters tremendously...especially to the search engines. Strong descriptions behind images weigh heavily in Google's ranking for pages. This in turn boosts the strength of your template too.
Investing time in the descriptions of your cards is a wise choice. It's best to keep the descriptions as natural as possible (not just big, long lists of every keyword you can think of). If you wish to include a list of keywords, please place your list AFTER the natural description. As new landing pages and categories are published templates will come up on other relevant pages and categories.
For example, Template AT55718, is placed in the primary category of Holistic/Alternative Medicine. The description is:
|This is a colorful, vibrant, sunset with silhouetted mountains and trees taken in the Eastern High Sierras at Robinson Creek campground, Bridgeport, California in August, 2008.|
Because of the description, this template will also come up when someone searches for sunset, mountains, trees, creek, campground and California. Out of those regularly searched categories, it may also show up on landing pages for mountains, trees, and campgrounds.
Because of the description, this template will also come up under sunset, mountains, trees, creek, campground and California. Out of those regularly searched categories, it may also show up on landing pages for mountains, trees, and campgrounds.
Natural descriptions in the keyword field are preferred by us because it looks better when the customer clicks on 'Template Details' and most of the time keywords are placed in the description that wouldn't necessarily be thought of when just generating a list.
**Please remember that anytime you make a change to a template, you need to click 'Update Search' so it will correctly save your changes.
As new categories are published, it will become important for you to periodically go back through your templates and adjust your descriptions so that they will come up in additional, relevant categories too.