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Marketplace relating items with keywords that aren't in the listing?

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I been having issues with some of my store products, were they seem to appear under the wrong keywords.

Example:

A mesh latex spanking bodysuit, with no breast or implant, or lolas reference keywords at all, appears under Lolas related items.

Or a satin long ball gown, with no rp, ragged, grunge, slave or similar keywords, apears under ragged camisk.

 

Anyone had these issues before?, Any ideas on how I can fix it?

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It is associated with those search key words.

Search systems take more in  then just what you tell it to.

The also search words that are searched by the same users,example if 90% of the users search for "cat "and later search the word " lola's "  the system will also throw in those key words as they could be associated with the search words.

 

There is no way to stop that, it's not a error but how the system works.

 

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It may be that if the listing has a link at the bottom for other products, those links count too.  Then again, it could be the normal snafus of the market;place.

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One of the items have related products, so it might be that, maybe. But the other have none.

Im really lost about this, because I never had this issue. It might be the way it works but its the first time this happend to me. I got costumers complaining because the product wasnt compatible with lolas and I even got the product flagged for spam keyword due to this, and the keyword that suposedly was spaming making the product appear on lolas related, wasnt even there.

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Sathya Breil wrote:

Example:

A mesh latex spanking bodysuit, with no breast or implant, or lolas reference keywords at all, appears under Lolas related items.

 

Do you mean the Related Items at the bottom of the listing? If so, those are chosen manually on the edit page.

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I mean those yes. I know that I place them there.

My question is that the issue appears to be both in products that have related items, and also in products that dont have them.

I find it difficult to understand that this is a regular way of working like the first answer stated.

If so, whats the point of keywords? And more important, why this didnt happend before?

I also dont see that many unrelated items from other merchants when i do my search.

Like the only gown in the middle of rp slave clothing is mine. I checked description, keywords and such and find no answer to it.

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One of your keywords is "silk dress"  There's an entire sub, sub, sub category just for women's silks (apparel -- women's  -- women's costumes -- women's silks,)  which is mostly fantasy and rp slave clothing, so see if removing "silk dress" helps if that's what your trying to avoid.

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Sathya Breil wrote:

One of the items have related products, so it might be that, maybe. But the other have none.

Im really lost about this, because I never had this issue. It might be the way it works but its the first time this happend to me. I got costumers complaining because the product wasnt compatible with lolas and I even got the product flagged for spam keyword due to this, and the keyword that suposedly was spaming making the product appear on lolas related, wasnt even there.

Personally I would say you are a keyword spammer.. on all of your products. Lets take a look at the body suit in question, shall we?

Keywords: Rigged Mesh, Mesh,spank, spanking,slave, BDSM,bondage,latex,leather, pet,fetish,paddle, bodysuit,vinil,submissive,Mistress,Master,fetiche,esclava,amo, ass, sexy suit, catsuit, **bleep**, escort

Keyword spam is the use of words (such as brand names, item names, or other terms) that have nothing to do with the item listed so that the listing will appear in search results.

All of the blue words are subjective keywords that have nothing to do with your catsuit.

ETA.. your Red Olive Scripted Latex Body Suit has the totally wrong information on it.. It has the description for a collar.

 

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Im sorry but it doesnt say collar anywere. Its a fetish bodysuit meant for spanking purposes. A specific garment for fetish consumers. I dont see it as keyword spamming, to state that its for that. Not only collars are meant for bdsm. I think there is a missunderstood to think that if i type submissive, instantly what i want is a collar I might be wanting a dress for a submissive, same for a mistress. As for master, amo, many subs type this because many sub outfits have the name "master", master's pet, girl, on them. I did keyword it both in spanish and in english, but the words are basically the same. As for vinil, and latex those are important keywords too, youre forgetting its an important part of the fetish, its not the same leather than latex, is not the same a bodysuit that its though for spanking than catwoman outfit. So I dont think im spamming, all the keywords are related to the product and I dont believe they are meant for a collar. Also none of them is collar. Or restrain, leash, or anything of he sort

Also i keep having issues with other products that appear in places and with search that dont contain any of those keywords either. I dont know if this is due to some association linden is starting to make or what, but this have never happend to me before.

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