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zero… 4 cups of green tea tho :)

Green Tea is the best. :)

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If you don’t SELL the service to end users, then regular license will be fine.
You can send the template as much as you wish.

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You should find a keyword that is “searched” by your target audience ; this doesn’t work like letting others guess some cool names for your site. You should search for good keywords with a keyword tool. Your domain is important (although it’s not the only one that matters), so never leave it to the other’s opinions or just chance.

This method may be good for Google but is not necessarily good for general marketing.

For example these sites do quite well without any keywords, amazon.com google, bing dribble, behance, smashingmagazine.com the list goes on…

The biggest names in real estate websites in the UK are zoopla.co.uk , rightmove.co.uk and primelocation.com so using a keyword that people search for like ‘property-to-let’ can be seen as a bit tacky and cheap.

Having said that, you do get big websites with keywords like www.spareroom.co.uk. Or themeforest.net!

Hi friends, of course it wouldn’t matter if you’re about to build a site like Amazon, there are TONS OF content (as text and images) which Google love. When it comes to generalMarketing on the net, you’re dealing with Google, (well, mostly). Those content are created by millions of people (just like EnvatoMarketplaces. They are everywhere because they have tons of content which created by their authors. Can you create those much content yourself? Google loves content). If you have a content creating power like this, domain name wouldn’t matter.

But if you are only 1 person or 2 and creating content to get some searchEngine results, clever keyword choices and great-valuable content is your only choice. Your users must..:

  • Find your site with the keywords they are using for search
  • Spend their time on your site (which means you’re creating fantastic content for them, something really useful for them)

Kind Regards,
Bedros
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You should find a keyword that is “searched” by your target audience ; this doesn’t work like letting others guess some cool names for your site. You should search for good keywords with a keyword tool. Your domain is important (although it’s not the only one that matters), so never leave it to the other’s opinions or just chance.

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Hmmm, I wish we could be sure about that half of the members were not “LOVE BABAJI” solutions :)

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Useful information, thanks to all.

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Well, same user uploads 4 items in the same day, overflooding the categories, abusing the system.
There must be something done about this.
+1 Yes, I do agree mate. I’m pretty sure there will be 1-2 items/days from this guy from now on. My item already flood away in just a couple days by this guy. :S
I thought the system was only showing the last item of the author on the first page and hiding the rest.. Now i think the system works differently.
I also don’t understand how uploading 4 items in one day will flood the categories? How is that abusing the system?

Hi ToivoMedia ; sorry if I was not able to make it clear.

It goes like this way.
You work very hard on a project, to make it perfect for end users. It’s really great as both design and code wise.
You upload it and it gets approved.
You’re happy,
You think that you can “breathe”fresh air for a time and relax a little bit. At last, you’ve uploaded a NEW item, right?

But no, not anymore.
A user comes and uploads 4 items in the same day, and your so called NEW item goes to the deep of the forest. It’s not visible anymore for the visitors.

VISIBILITY is everything here. If your item is not visible, users can’t buy it no matter how good or functional it is.

Even the absence of pagination links to the old items’ pages at top of the category pages encourages sales for the new items.



Those buttons should also be placed at top of the category pages, just like those forum pages we’re just reading, because visibility is the only key here.

Why we have those pagination buttons at top too for forum pages? For usability (better user experience), right? Then why don’t we have them at category pages, to make it easier for a purchaser to display older items too?

Come on friends, really, how fast we should create new items?
Each month?
Each week?
Each Day?
4 Items per day?

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Well, same user uploads 4 items in the same day, overflooding the categories, abusing the system.
There must be something done about this.

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