Search Engine Optimization is more than a look or stocking the
right product on your site. Search engines track topics such as
how many low level search engines already list you. There`s
also the textual usage and word usage on each page. Oh,
META tags… The list goes on and on.
I think I understand what you`re trying to do. Only stock product
that people are searching for. It this is your intent, there is a flaw
you may not have recognized. Large stores (walmart or
WhatEver.com) receive a better wholesale prices and generally
that rate is passed to the consumer. It`s very tough to get a
potential customer to your site, then you have to compete with
pricing to keep them.
Back to the original question. If the goal is to be recognized
online by viewers, I would concentrate on locating a qualified
company to submit your site to all the smaller search engines.
Example addme.com. Remember, you will fail if you choose to
chase the Search Engines recognition. My advise is to provide
product YOU are excited about. Listen to the search engine
advise, it will help. But remember a well written, truthful, helpful
web page is what the search engines are searching for. Do
your best to provide product you feel you can provide in a
better way than anyone else. It could be customer service,
price, unique product, or many other factors that separate you
from your competitors.
Vincent Wilcox (a.k.a. KRAKR)
My band: Letters Make Words