A good title for your computer listings can help customers buy your products with confidence. Use the following guidance to create a good title.
[Manufacturer] + [Series] + [Model #] + [Notebook Screen Size] + [Laptop/Desktop] + ([Processor Speed] + [Processor Name] + [Processor Type] + "Processor," [RAM], [Hard Drive], [O/S]) + [Color (if applicable)]
You must avoid the following practices when creating a title for your products:
Include additional descriptions for your product in the following order:
|1||Overall synopsis of product||Pen tablet with USB connection|
|2||Major feature||1.024 levels of pressure-sensitivity|
|3||Minor feature||Customizable menu shortcut buttons|
|4||Materials and construction (if important, if not, another feature is fine)||Thick, durable overlay|
|5||Warranty or accessory information||Limited lifetime warranty|
Follow the guidance below to create a good product description:
On your desk, advanced laser technology gives you precise tracking and instant response. In the air, innovative Freespace motion sensing transforms hand motions into natural, responsive cursor controls. Sit back and listen to music, browse photos, or surf the Web from your desk or across the room. Intuitive wave-and-click control offers an easier and more natural way to enjoy your favorite media. An operating range of 30 feet lets you navigate media from anywhere in the room.
Provide accurate warranty information in the bullets and/or product description and listing comments. When listing products with the "New" condition type, the original manufacturer's warranty, if any, must apply (see Condition Guidelines). Do not indicate that the product has a valid manufacturer's warranty if it does not. Do not indicate that use of your accessory "will not void the warranty" of the base device.
Example of prohibited warranty information:
The Techno replacement battery for Dell Inspiron models will not void the original manufacturer's warranty.