I have been reading the keyword and backlink techniques extensively, but I have not seen many suggestions on how to get traffic to an Amazon or eBay hub. Are there any differences that you employ based on the different nature of these types of hubs? Do you still use article marketing and keyword/backlink efforts? Just curious how you tackle these types of hubs.
The same methods still apply as far as SEO is concerned. You do have the added element of having to get positioning and product selection right. One way to attract attention and get more clicks to the products you are cross selling is to mention them by name in your hub in close proximity to where the actual link appears. This increases the likelyhood that a visitor will see the link and make a connection right at the time when it is being discussed. This should help boost your click rate and your conversion as well on both Amazon and eBay.
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