How to Title Your Listings at THCM

Here at THCM we firmly believe in everyone’s right to think outside the box and do whatever works best for their business.  In this case, however, we’re going to insist that you climb inside that box and stay there.  Resistance is futile.

While your focus is on selling your own coupons, our focus here at THCM is on providing the best coupon-buying platform for our customers and the best coupon-selling platform for you. In the end our goals are the same: You want to sell more coupons and we want you to sell more coupons. But to achieve that goal for both of us our focus must be on making it as easy as possible for customers to feel comfortable shopping our site and for the search engines to send us the customers.

Titles for clipped coupons

  • MUST start with a dollar sign ($) – Example $1/1
  • MUST include a decimal point if applicable – Example $.75/1 or $1.50/1
  • The dollar sign and coupon value MUST be followed by the name of the product – Example $1.50/1 BIC Disposable Razors
  • Next, the expiration date – Example (00/00/00)
  • And finally, your lot size – Example Lot of 12

Character count: Titles may include up to 51 characters, including spaces.

Spacing: I’m one of those oldsters who actually had to take typing in high school but not everyone is a typist. Please check your listing titles to make sure you’re using spaces between dates and words so everythingdoesn’trunoninonelongsentence.

Coupon Description: Where to put all the rest of that information? In the “Product Description” box! That’s where it’s supposed to go and that’s where it appears best for the customer.

 

Titles for whole inserts

  • MUST start with the words “Whole Inserts”

Character count: Titles may include up to 51 characters, including spaces.

Spacing: I’m one of those oldsters who actually had to take typing in high school but not everyone is a typist. Please check your listing titles to make sure you’re using spaces between dates and words so everythingdoesn’trunoninonelongsentence.

No More Special Characters

No title can include special characters other than a decimal point, dollar sign, an apostrophe if necessary and a slash mark used to express the coupon value. No asterisks (*), no extended periods (…..), no dashes (-) and no parenthesis other than those used in the expiration date.

Listing titles that do not meet these guidelines will be put into Draft until they’re corrected.