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Thread: Do "Top 10" lists work in marketing?

  1. #1
    Join Date
    May 2016

    Do "Top 10" lists work in marketing?

    Hi everyone!
    If I didn't choose the right forum section - sorry!
    I'm new here and I need an advice. I'm gathering people's opinions.

    Right now there's a thought on my mind.
    I'm starting my own e-shop, selling female clothes. And I'm trying to find new ways to attract audience.
    I often see articles with "Top 10" lists and they put some goods on the top, and some goods on the bottom of those lists.
    For example, coffee machines like here or even Top 10 baby powders (I was really confused to see this list )

    What if I start posting my own "Top 10" articles on my website about different types of textile for hot summer with links on my shop? Would you buy from me if I would give you this kind of information?
    I will appreciate any opinion!
    I didn't leave a link to my web-site so you couldn't call it advertisment, but if you are interested - I will post it

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Apr 2011
    Dallas, TX
    I think people buying female clothing and people wanting to read about textile are two different people.

    If you found a link to the Top Ten swimsuites for 2016 AND you carried all ten - that would be a good thing.

    Listing Your top ten sellers in different categories would probably be a good thing.

  3. #3
    Join Date
    May 2016
    Thank you so much for your opinion)))
    Great idea about the swimsuits!

  4. #4
    Join Date
    May 2016
    Nice list! I'm happy to find it!

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