The fear of writing product descriptions is a real dream killer!
Many potential business owners are still in “the closet” because it’s tough to say what their product can do!
I was thinking today while still in my pajamas.
What would I do If I wanted to make 7X my current income in the new year.
I have made new year resolutions but these financial targets will not make themselves work!
So, how can I do this in a legit way?
I would most likely multiply my product pages across more platforms.
Finding customers is a game of numbers and exposure requires us to do more!
But many of us struggle because we don’t enjoy describing what we sell.
Let me share this with you.
My 9-step framework for writing captivating product descriptions for multiple online platforms!
This is how I help my international clients create product descriptions that are clear, concise and ready to SELL!
These 9-steps will help you bring your courses, services, or physical products to online platforms like Amazon, Shopify, Fiverr, Woocommerce, Etsy, ClickFunnels, Selar, Udemy, Kajabi, Squarespace and more.
The more outlets you create for your products, the better for you!
Let’s describe your product:
- Identify the platforms you can sell that product or service on.
- Create obvious names and headlines that promise a solution.
- Clarify your promise by doing product research.
- Research competition to make sure you are offering up to or more than alternatives.
- Use keywords strategically. People search on every platform so make sure they will find your products.
- Make the product description about the customer’s need and not yourself.
- Eliminate fluff and confusion. Don’t write your life’s story or about your brand in product descriptions.
- Copy paste products across platforms and modify to fit different platform types.
- Rinse and repeat for more products and see which ones get the most success as you promote organically and through ads.
Product descriptions are important distinctions between online business ideas that grow and those than don’t.
There should be no ambiguity about your solution and how it accurately fixes the customer’s problems.
Are you launching a product or store soon?
Do you also find it hard to describe your products?
Do you get exhausted because you don’t know what keywords will trigger customers to buy?
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