Hello there, Just wondering if amazon support can comment on Bullet point keyword stuffing and spamming?
I noticed a lot of amazon merch listing keyword stuff or spam there 2 bullet point sections so there merch listing comes up for those search variations.
My question is this breaking amazon Policy or Terms of Service to loaded up your bullet points with Keyword Stuffing or Spamming? and if so can this get your mech account terminated for keyword stuff or spamming the bullet points?
Example of bullet point keyword stuffing/spamming taken from a random listing.
Search Keyword "Fishing T Shirt"
- fishing dad tshirt, fishing dad shirt, fishing dad gifts, fishing daddy
- dad, dad gifts, dad birthday gifts, dad shirt, dad and son shirts, dad and daughter shirts, dad bob shirt, dad birthday, dad funny shirts, dad fathers day gifts, dad gifts from daughter, dad gifts from son, fathers day gifts, fathers day, fathers day gifts from son, father and son shirts, father and daughter shirts
2nd Example Bullet points Keyword Stuffing/spamming.
Search Keyword "Dog T Shirt"
- I'm A Lab Dad Just Like A Normal Dad Except Much Cooler
- Lab Shirt, Lab T-Shirt, Lab Tshirt, Lab Gifts, Lab Dog Stuffed Animal, Lab Dog Gifts, Lab Dog Decal, Lab Dog Mug, I Love Lab Dog, Lab Dog, Lab Dog Shirt, Lab Dog Tshirts, Lab Dog T-Shirt, Lab Dog Mom, Lab Dog Dad
3rd example Keyword "Dog T Shirt"
- The Dogfather dog dad funny Parody Shirts fathers day gift from daugther son wife Best Dog Dad Ever fathers day funny humor great puppy puppies papa dad daddy pa pop pooch doggy pup puppies dogs rescue groomer breeds walker father breed
- Funny Cool dog dad the dogfather graphic with sayings tshirt for birthday, father's day, children day, christmas, uncle and aunt day or any gift giving holiday ! gift for daddy from son and daughter wife grandpa !
I did read the Content Policy for Product Description but doesnt mention anything about bullet points...
3.3 Inaccurate product descriptions: Product descriptions should match the design and content that you are selling. For example, your design displays a cat with lasers, but the description describes the shirt as a dog playing poker. Another example is using keywords and descriptions that do not relate to the design, a.k.a. "keyword stuffing," or inaccurately describing your product as glow-in-the-dark, sparkling, or maternity wear.