20150409 I Will Admit That This Pisses Me Off Ab

Keith I MyersKeith I Myers2015-04-09 10:02:53-0400 – Updated: 2015-04-09 10:04:49-0400I will admit that this pisses me off about +Amazon.com  and most online stores. The title of the product should be a short meaningful descriptions of the products but as of late, they have been long paragraphs full of “Keywords” and “Buzzwords”.

Screenshot 1) The product lists just about every single Qi enabled phone including the Nexus 6 and Nexus 7. The sad fact is that it is almost impossible to fit the Nexus 6 in there and putting a nexus 7 in there would require snapping the tablet in half.  “Qi Enabled Car Dock” would actually work well.

Screenshot 2) This is a 7800 mAh USB battery pack with a metal stand. The title lists almost every tablet imaginable including several that will not charge with these battery packs such as the Asus EeePad as many of these will only work with the factory provided power brick. Did they really need to throw “Google Glass” into this title???ImageImageShared with: Public, Amazon.com+1’d by: Dịch Vụ Văn Phòng Mai Đến, Un Lo, Siva G, rick sare almost daily vlog, José Gasteazoro, Daniel Mery, Joseph Cappellino, Jesus SuarezKevin Nether – 2015-04-09 10:10:27-0400haha yeah. they use SEO for the name of their products. Why not limit the chars allowed? John Scott – 2015-04-09 14:04:47-0400Yes. Doing things like this actually hurts because it’s harder for the consumer to find what they’re looking for, results in more frustration, and more people leaving the site without a purchase.Pablo Arista – 2015-04-09 17:08:53-0400If you bitch at Amazon enough they’ll change it. I emailed them so much about the logout feature. I hated the fact that it didn’t have the words log out. After some emails I noticed they added the words logout. I’m sure I wasn’t the only ocd person who emailed them lol. If they can do that, I’m sure they can limit the titles.

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