Power up your Amazon presence with a listing optimised for search and shoppers
It's Time to Boost Your Amazon Sales
Without an optimised Amazon listing in place, you are guaranteed to be missing out on sales. In a marketplace as competitive as Amazon, you have got to stand out from the crowd and convince shoppers they need your product.
I’ll take your info and create a killer listing that will work tirelessly for you day in, day out, selling your product over and over again so you can rack up sales while you sleep.
“At the beginning we were hesitating to hire Jon because the price was pretty high for our budget. But after seeing the final result, we understood that his work was worth every penny and we are super happy that we chose him. We will definitely hire him again for upcoming projects!”
Dmitry Dychenko, Amazon Seller
What Makes a Successful Listing?
A lot goes into creating an optimised listing that stands out from your competitors, gets found in search and persuades shoppers to click ‘Add to Basket’. But it mainly comes down to 2 key things:
1. Keyword Optimised
It’s packed full of the exact keywords you need to rank for, found through comprehensive keyword research and strategically woven into your copy – so you get more eyes on your listing.
2. Persuasive Copy
The copy is compelling, benefit-rich and focused on driving the conversion, building trust from the first word and making your listing stand out above the rest – all of which translates into more sales.
So many Amazon sellers get one or both of these wrong. Don’t be one of them. With my optimised Amazon listing service, you’ll have a listing that does everything possible to drive conversions.
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Here’s Exactly What You Get
Once I’ve finished working on your Amazon listing, I’ll send you a file (it can be Word / Excel / Google Doc – whatever you prefer) containing the following information:
1. Product Title
2-3 variations of your product title based on the character limits for your category (varies from 50 to 200 characters)
2. Key Product Features / Bullet Points
5 keyword-optimised bullet points focusing on the key benefits of your product, with each point meeting the character-length requirements for your category (usually between 80 and 150 characters).
3. Product Description
A keyword-optimised product description within the 2,000-character limit. I will provide 2 versions: 1 without HTML and 1 with
4. Backend Keywords
You’ll get all your backend keywords nearly arranged and ready to copy and paste directly into your listing.
Note: All of the above 4 deliverables will be based on comprehensive keyword research that I carry out for every listing.
5-Step Process to Get Your New Listing
First time hiring a writer? I make the process as painless as possible. Here’s how it works:
- Contact me to order your listing. Ask me any questions you’ve got, and I’ll give you an deadline (3 days minimum, 7 days max.)
- Pay for your listing via PayPal or bank transfer.
- I’ll send you a short questionnaire to get more info on your product. I need as much information as possible to make your listing as good as it can be.
- I’ll get to work researching your keywords and creating your listing.
- You’ll get your finished listing back by the deadline, complete with HTML and backend keywords that you can copy and paste into your account.
That’s all there is to it. It’s a simple, straightforward process that I’ve mastered over the years, and I can nearly always get your completed listing back to you within a week of taking your order.
I’m upfront about my prices so you know exactly what you’re paying. The fee is USD $199 / £149 for optimised listings, which includes all revisions.
If you want an Enhanced Brand Content (EBC) listing, it’s USD $300 / £225.
I don’t usually do discounts, but if you’ve got a bulk order I’m happy to haggle 🙂
This section covers all the most common questions I get asked about my Amazon listing copywriting service. But I’m always happy to hear from you with any questions you’ve got, so fire them over and I’ll usually get back to you within hours.
1. What does an optimised listing include?
An optimised listing includes a title, 5 bullet points (Key Product Features), and a product description. I will also send you a list of keywords that I have used in the listing and the back end keywords you’ll need to enter.
2. Who will write my listing?
Yours truly. I write all my listings myself without outsourcing them, so you’re always working directly with me. You can find out all about who I am in the FAQs link at the top of the page.
3. What if I don’t like the listing?
I’ll keep working on it until you do. I provide free revisions every time. Just let me know within 48 hours of any edits and I’ll make them for you.
4. When will you finish my listing?
As soon as you have paid for the listing, I will book it in. I get all listings back within 7 days, but I’ll always aim for sooner if I can (but 3 days is the minimum). I’ll give you an estimated delivery date when you contact me.
5. How do I pay?
PayPal is best, but if you live in the UK then a bank transfer is also fine. I’ll send you a request via email as soon as you’ve confirmed you want me to write up your listing, and work will start once payment has been made.
6. What information do you need?
The more info you can provide, the better. I’ll send you a quick questionnaire asking about your product, what makes it stand out, etc. That being said, I can usually write a listing with even basic information.
7. Will you optimise it for keywords?
Yes, I carry out my own keyword research using various tools ((like MerchantWords) to find the keywords you need to be ranking for, then I weave them into your listing in all the right places to boost your chances of ranking.
8. Do you create Amazon EBC listings?
If you want an Enhanced Brand Content listing, I can certainly help you with that. These are a bit more involved because the copy has to be created around relevant images, and the price reflect that.
9. Are you English?
Yes, I’m a native British copywriter. About half of my workload comes from US clients, a quarter from British clients, and the rest from all over the world.