Three Steps to Write a Good Affiliate Product Review Article for SEO


How to write a good product review article for SEO?

Hello SEO users,
I am doing Search Engine Optimization (SEO) for Amazon Affiliate website, I want to discuss about the article structure of good product review for Search Engine Optimization (SEO)?
Below is my structure, do you have any suggestions?
Section 1: Introduction (Overview)
• Have the exact MAIN KEYWORD as naturally as possible within the first 150 characters.
• Make Short Paragraphs: 2-3 sentences long for each. DO NOT make paragraphs that are more than 5 sentences.
• Use Bucket Brigades in every review.
Section 2: Reviews
• Choose good products which are bought a lot, and ensure the following criteria:
• Products in stock (available)
• Refer to the products that competitors choose (TOP Google)
• Average prices or more, priority to high prices
• Products with positive reviews from users on Amazon
• With the top 10 products, it is necessary to link to the same products but different brand.
As follows:
• Each Item review should be 350-450 words (MIN). It can be more or less depending on total word count.
• Write short, easy to read words about the features, the specifications, the advantages, etc. of the product. Keep it clear and to the point.
– Pros: Use bullet points and finish with a full stop (5->6 Pros – Short sentences)
– Cons: Use bullet points and finish with a full stop (2->3 Cons – Short sentences)
• Never mention the specific price of any product.
• The Usual Item Review Template to follow:
– Main Features
– Why do we like it?
– Who will benefit from it the most?
– Can improvements be made?
Section 3: FAQs
• Dependent on overall Word count.
• At least, create and answer 4 common questions people might have about a particular product.
• Answers to each question can range from 50-150 words.
For example, if the topic is shoes, the questions can be:
– How to take care of shoes?
– How to store shoes?
– What color shoes go with which styles?
– When should you change or buy new shoes?
– How many shoes should you have?
Section 4: Conclusion
• About 100-200 words.
• In this section announce the clear winner of the roundup/comparison!
• Also, explain why by comparing it to the other products and explaining why it's better than the other products in the review.
• USE MAIN Keyword at least 1 or 2 times.
• Choose 2 links – 3 links (minimum) for 2 – 3 products on Amazon
Thank you!
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In-depth reviews matter. The above is all surface level. You aren't thinking about reviews from a user's point of view (and neither are most people in this thread).
Your approach has a short shelf-life mate.
The web is littered with bullshit "reviews" that follow the template above. Users are sick of them. Google is putting targets on sites that use this type of "review" structure but don't actually go into depth or add value.
Get your hands on the product. Use it. Document it. Review it.
Stop thinking like an SEO and think like a user.

I'll believe "Google is putting targets" when I see any indication of that. Because when you Google practically any keyword like "best (category of product)" and often times without "best," it seems Google loves this shit right now.
So if you've found some keywords that don't already have a bunch of results like that, it's a good opportunity. Google can't tell that you didn't actually buy the product and personally test it.
This does get people to click the link and buy stuff. Most average people have no idea what SEO or affiliate marketing are.

Like I said mate, short-term view. Private Blog Networks (PBN)s are pretty amazeballs in temporarily skyrocketing rankings, but it's a short-term tactic.
I don't know man. What would be the reason for these all of type of sites to suddenly stop ranking? How could Google tell the difference? If you're touching on all the important related terms, people are clicking though and staying on your page for long enough, those are all positive signals that are core to how Google works.

How could Google tell the difference?

It's not that hard for Google to tell the difference.
First of all, most of the PBN links have no traffic. So, there won't be referrals from those links. The pages linking won't have great links either.
Then, if you have analytics on your page, Google can see what's happening. Say, you have 1000 links. But, you get 10 visitors from them. That's a sign that it could be a Private Blog Network (PBN).
Without analytics, Google still see most of what happens because people come back to search. Then they click on other links. Over time, Google can map different behaviours from people that found good content and those who didn't.
There are many more factors but it's a matter of watching what happens.
Google also has human raters. They give a lot of input as well.

What would be the reason for these all of type of sites to suddenly stop ranking?

It happens with every core update. Like the one we had just a couple of weeks ago.
I don't know how this turned into debating me about Private Blog Networks (PBN)s. I'd like to stay on topic here, kind of frustrating getting a huge reply to an old thread, trying to prove me wrong about shit I wasn't talking about.
Anyway, what I was saying, is Google is not going to know you didn't actually buy all the shit you're reviewing on a "bullshit review site." Even if they could perfectly understand language exactly like humans, which they can't, how would they know that?
And yeah, I obviously know there was an update… yet these kind of sites are fine still. Feels condescending to point that out, and you're not even debating against what I was talking about. If you have to debate me about something totally different, then probably you have no support for thinking Google's gonna someday know if you actually bought the products and tried them.

Even if they could perfectly understand language exactly like humans, which they can't, how would they know that?

As a human, you can often tell if the reviewer hasn't used the product or not. So that point doesn't stand.
As I said they can tell a lot by:
• by observing visitor patterns
• analyzing linguistic patterns
• looking at historical data from millions of websites
• using human raters and collating that information.
• and more stuff that only Google knows.
Now, they don't know directly. But, as humans we give off signals. It's like when a girl looks at you and she wants to kiss you. You can just tell by her facial expression, her eyes focused on you, the way she parts or moves her lips, etc.
We have tiny micropatterns. That's what Google looks for. So, a million people who have used a product before reviewing write in a certain way or have micropatterns in common.
The same goes for a million people who haven't used a product.
Google's sample size, of course, is larger than that. Artificial Intelligence (AI) algorithms constantly analyze every single thing that comes in.
So, when you add a new review, Google can look at your patterns, your visitors patterns, and if it happens to you, the patterns of manual raters.
Then, it's a matter of looking where you belong by comparing to existing data. It's not perfect, but it's getting better.
Okay Neil Patel, let's talk again when every "bullshit review site" drops out of the sky.

A good structure to follow for your first draft.
Once your post is crawled with this structure, Check the rankings where have you placed for your targetted keyword.
If the rankings are satisfactory then go to the next post.
If not then add up more sections or change the sequence to this structure.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is all about experiments. Keep exploring.

Make Short Paragraphs: 2-3 sentences long for each. DO NOT make paragraphs that are more than 5 sentences.

Is there hard science on this? I find 2/3 sentences paragraphs an abomination and a pain to scan text. And if everything's is chopped in dozens of paragraphs, it becomes quite unattractive to read.


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