However most of the websites feel kind of generic. I find the seals of approval and guarantees really dodgy. Also a lot of the websites have real bad layout. Like I literally scrolled a couple of websites which had an image slideshow for the product, and then below the product they also had single photos. And there were 20 additional photos, the product description (if you could call it one) has already ended and now I'm scrolling a page which has huge blank spaces on both the left and the right side. How does this not look really suspicious to clients?
I'm not even talking about the descriptions and the generic titles. How are there such bad sites? I guess they don't make much money and that these die off really quick. But they are still able to convince at least some people to buy from them?
I feel like having a good website with coherent product descriptions and well thought-out design that doesn't look like every other dropship website puts you in the 10%.
I guess my question is: why does it feel like most of the websites have the same layout and same structure? Is this something that seems to work best, but these copycats are just executing it bad? Or are these default templates that they don't even take the time to edit and make customized. If I'm visiting 3-4-5 websites and they all have the same structure with the same seals of approval I'm going to get suspicious?