Google’s given us another little peek into what they want to see from ecommerce sites. Here’s what Google’s Matt Cutts had to say about dealing with out-of-stock products.
SEO for Ecommerce
When it comes to search engines, you’ve got to fight for your right to dominate the rankings. That’s why having a solid ecommerce SEO strategy is so important to your success – if customers can’t find you in major search engines, you’re entering a losing battle in attracting sales. Never fear, you can beef up your marketing arsenal by browsing our wide selection of ecommerce SEO tips.
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You can’t win the SEO battle without some training. Check out this in-depth infographic on ecommerce SEO to get your online store in fighting shape.
If you’ve seen your store’s organic traffic fall since Google’s big changes, don’t feel down. Here’s a quick, five-step to-do list to get your store back on the SEO track.
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You’ve learned where and when keywords should be seen first, but what other areas can keywords help increase traffic? Learn about behind the scenes keyword strategies and practices to avoid.
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At the rate Google is churning out updates, your SEO practices may be obsolete in the near future. Here’s a rundown of the latest algorithm changes and their long-lasting implications.