SEO for Ecommerce

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SEO for Ecommerce
« on: 11-22-2017, 22:45:16 »
How to do SEO for Ecommerce?

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Re: SEO for Ecommerce
« Reply #1 on: 11-22-2017, 22:58:24 »
Search engine optimization (SEO) is the way toward expanding a site's natural hunt rankings.
The starting point for any SEO campaign should be keyword research and Ecommerce SEO is no different.

Without proper keyword research you’ll be flying blind — relying on ‘gut feeling’ to drive your campaign.

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Re: SEO for Ecommerce
« Reply #2 on: 11-22-2017, 23:41:39 »
- Use analytics to see which keywords are converting the highest.
- Use PPC campaigns to find high-converting keywords you should add to your SEO strategy.
- Test meta titles and descriptions to increase click-throughs.
- A/B test page content to increase conversions from web traffic.

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Re: SEO for Ecommerce
« Reply #3 on: 11-24-2017, 02:43:49 »
SEO for E-commerce is the good option to rank well. If anyone is running campaign related to E-commerce website, then he or she can easily use SEO for better visitors.
It doesn’t matter if your company is big or small, a bootstrapped startup or a Fortune 500 firm — you need SEO to maximize your e-commerce website’s profitability.
The tips I’ll share in this report are based on 10+ years of hands-on, real-world experience with SEO and e-commerce. Each recommendation is based on analysis of hard data, not intuition or gut instinct. These hard-earned lessons come from helping real clients with genuine situations.

1. Having an e-commerce website without SEO is leaving cash on the table — and plenty of it.
2. In highly competitive industries and niches, paying for website traffic can run to many dollars per click. Or maybe you’re forced to buy costly banner ads. With effective SEO, you are less dependent on this traffic. Of course, you can still buy ads. But if finances are tight, SEO can be a lifesaver that keeps sales and profit flowing.
3. The long-term effects of a solid SEO program are clear. Unlike most forms of marketing, where you start with a clean slate every year, SEO builds upon itself to grow stronger over time. You can layer upon what you did last year and keep growing, until you own your niche and dominate your market.


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