I think a lot of people go, well, my website's doing pretty well right now. The images are working just fine there. I don't need to redo them for Amazon, but then they're not factoring in that when someone's on your website, they could be, you know you could make lots of sales for a particular product, but you haven't got any other competitors there now set your product alongside with competition. Does your content still look great? and the same also goes of kind of algorithms like Amazon's A nine algorithm is going to be completely different to catch's algorithm or eBay's algorithm. They're gonna have similarities. But if you're no approaching it going - Right, let's do unique keyword research for Amazon Australia as well as Amazon, US, and construct our titles accordingly. Then you're no kind of going all in in there and and you're not going to see the results, like what keywords being searched on eBay. And I've literally got no idea about eBay. I don't even know if this keyword was searched. I'm just assuming that there is for what keywords are going on there. They are going to be completely different because it's a different customer type than what you're gonna see on Amazon, and that's gonna be the case globally, so you can't just replicate. I mean, don't get me wrong, there's some argument that to get going, sure, it's a quick win, you want to be on there as soon as possible in the same, you want to be on that doing it good job because you have got that small halo effect. When you launch on a platform with a new product, where you gonna get a bit of a leg up? So you wanna be jumping on that and converting as many people as possible, But yeah, keywords, content and the overall strategy is so true.
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