How do I know that each description is gonna be unique and the one that I have, is not given to anybody else out there..?
That’s a good question. While it is true that I use code that can generate a lot of variation, some descriptions will wind up similar, and no computer program I know of can guarantee that descriptions will be unique. What I suggest and what I do myself is use the descriptions as a starting point and put in something only a human can know. I also use a thesaurus plug-in to change up words
For example one of the description under examples is:
These colorful cotton no-show slipper socks will add a little sweetness to your style and will treat your feet right. Perfect for active people, slipper socks will keep blisters at bay without standing out.
and I can edit a little and change it to
I personally love wearing these brilliant cotton no-show slipper socks. My daughter thinks they are great! They add a little sweetness to your style and will treat your feet right. Perfect for active people like us. Slipper socks will keep blisters at bay without standing out.
I just added a little personal touch to it, to make it unique. But I have trouble starting from scratch. That is why I originally built this tool.
Although word count tends to help with search engine optimization, these descriptions do not target any specific keywords.
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