As more brands are joining the Ecommerce game, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to gain online recognition. However, in the world of Ecommerce, small businesses and start-ups are perceived differently than established brands, and as long as they have products that people are interested in, a strong marketing strategy and commitment to quality, all small businesses can achieve wild success.
ALEXA rankings suggest that 26% of the world’s top one million websites use Magento. The problem of attracting customers has been an age old problem, but what do you do once the consumer walks into your online Magento store? These are a few tips and tricks to the job that can guarantee a successful turnover for just about any business.
Pinterest continues to make changes to its platform to drive eCommerce sales and enhance user experience, with the latest update being buyable pins. Find out what buyable pins are and what they mean to social media, eCommerce, and mobile going forward.
"Dear Socially Stephanie: I just launched an ecommerce store for my very Hawaiian bathing suit line. I have a shop in town, but online is completely new to me. The traffic has been ok, but I know I can do more. What are some fun and new ways to increase traffic and my online presence?"
Facebook can surely be termed as the front runner in the world of social media. With over 1.39 billion monthly users, it is surely the perfect platform to be on if you are looking to connect with the maximum number of people. But what if you want to purchase something? Facebook hardly had the answer even a few days back. However, the Company has found a solution to this problem as well.
Cookie cutter, boilerplate, scraped, copied… whatever you call it, ecommerce content provided by manufacturers and suppliers has been regurgitated all over the Internet. Using this copied text means that your search engine rankings could be suffering, your conversion rate could certainly be improved, and your profits are ultimately suffering.
Facebook just recently acquired shopping search engine TheFind.com, showing their intent to become a big part of two of the Internet’s biggest money-makers: search and e-commerce . On Friday they announced the deal for an undisclosed amount. Step by step Facebook is working to get it's users to search and then shop within their platform. So what does this mean for business owners?
SEO for e-commerce can always be daunting. There are so many confusing terms and strategies. Long-tail. Short-tail. Panda. Hummingbird. Oftentimes, your e-commerce platform has a lot to do with your SEO performance. Other times, your marketing strategy is the thing that makes the difference. Let's look at a couple of things to consider when looking to improve your e-commerce SEO.