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Best Answer Shauna L Bowling says
bravewarrior: I am thinking about setting up a product reviews page and then separate pages for the categories. But I might end up with too many pages. Reviews-Small Appliances:Toasters, Mixers, Can Openers Maybe need a new site for this idea.
Linda, you can stack your categories under "Product Reviews". That way, consumers can click the category they're interested in and go directly to it. For instance, I have Resources stacked under my Book Store tab.
I know what you are saying. Reviews- Small Applainces: Blenders, Toaster, Mixers, Coffee Makers, etc. I have category, then subcategories and then pages for each product, or should I have reviews for blenders, etc on one page.
Linda, I think that would depend on how many reviews you have for each sub-category. I don't think you need a separate page for each product. When people are looking for comparisons, they like to see them on one page. One page per product type.
I may try it on the site and see how well it works. If it seems to be too cluttered, then I will simply start another site for it. Thanks!
You're welcome, Linda. If the sub-categories are drop downs within Reviews, there should be no clutter. Good luck! I'd love to see what it looks like when you're finished setting it up!
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