Linking to copy on another page to save space good or bad idea?

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    seohelper
    Keymaster

    Hi Guys,

    I work with shopify and I am bound to a template, so If i write a lot of copy on a product page to optimize Seo, I end up burying the actual products underneath a wall of text. (Don’t have the option to display the text after the products). I would like to have sections of the text I am writing to be collapsible, but since I rather not mess around in the code, I was thinking another option would be to have a ” read more” as a link to another page where I will put the text. I don’t really understand what this would do for Seo though, if this would be very bad or doable and if this would build seo for the product page or for the linked page with the actual gross of the copy on it.

    Looking for advice.

    #27064
    emuwannabe

    I can answer because I just did this for a client.

    I went in and edited the page template and just moved the description text block code lower in the page.

    On the template I was working on it was around line 100 of the “collections-template.liquid” file

    Immediately below the:

    <h1 class=”SectionHeader\_\_Heading Heading u-h1″>{{ collection.title }}</h1>

    is the description field:

    <div style=”padding-left: 4%; padding-right: 4%; font-size: 14px;>

    {%- if collection.description != blank -%}

    <div class=””>

    {{- collection.description -}}

    </div>

    {%- endif -%}

    which I moved to about line 400, below the “collection_toolbar “

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