You should have 5 base articles on your website by this point. It is now time to add 5 more. These base or core articles will help bring in your first website visitors, the focus of these core articles is directly related to what people want to know.
Follow along the same lines as your original 5 base articles. However they must be different. If you have more products on your website (because you added 10 more in Step 9) then look at your product range as a whole. Is there one stand out product? Create an article titled “Very best [product range] you can buy”. You can include a couple of runner up products but focus your article around this very best product. It may be the most expensive one on the market, or it may have the most and/or highest reviews on Amazon.
More ideas for articles are: “[one product] v [another product]”, “What is the best [product range]”, “[product range] guide”.
Comparing two high reviewed products, or if you do a best seller analysis on Amazon you can compare two best selling products. Talk about the pros and cons of each product, about make sure you recommend one of them and give your reasons why.
Asking questions is also a good way to go. People do this in search engines such as Google, so if you have the question in your title you have a good chance of attracting these searchers.
After adding these 5 core articles you will now have 10 base/core articles on your website. This will make you website better than most out there on the internet already.
Structure your core articles exactly the same as mentioned in Step 6.