The White House is up in arms over the David Ortiz selfie. Something about President Barack Obama’s image not permitted for use in a commercial campaign. But what’s good for Samsung’s PR department is, hopefully, good for Multichannel Merchant’s SEO.
To help you get on track, Volusion created this infographic to serve as your SEO personal trainer. From assessing your SEO health to building your personal workout plan, you’ll learn tips to help your ecommerce site get into the best SEO shape of its life.
To avoid losing out on sales and new customers that can be gained by using search data, put the following ideas into place – they’ll help you get the most value out of your marketing campaigns, making them more appealing to shoppers and featuring products you know they want.
Out of the more than 160,000 searches for Denver Broncos or Seattle Seahawks-branded gear conducted on various ecommerce sites powered by SLI during the week following the NFC and AFC Championship games, Seattle led search activity by the slim margin of 2.6%.
Just as shoppers are shaking off their post-holiday cobwebs and vowing to stick with their New Year’s resolutions this year, retailers must also resolve to continue to stay fresh and innovative because that is what shoppers expect. Don’t let your website become stale. Here are 10 capabilities your ecommerce site must be able to do in 2014.
Six out of 10 merchants don’t use the site search in order to enhance their marketing programs, according to this infographic from SLI Systems.
Ecommerce is a global phenomenon and allows you to reach out to new markets irrespective of language and geographical barriers. If you want to capitalize on international sales, it’s important to optimize your site for international audiences and localized search results.
Memes are a free and practically effortless way to get hits. All you have to do is curate existing content already posted to the Internet and perhaps add your own little twist to it. Here’s how merchants are using existing memes to build their online exposure.
Much to the fear and chagrin of SEOs, online marketers, and webmasters everywhere, Google has confirmed that it has begun work to encrypt all searches, once again reminding us all that we can either adapt or die. Two years ago, Google began encrypting searches for signed-in users.
As e-commerce continues to evolve, it is clear that much of the success is due to operating storefronts on multiple sites. Adopting this “sell-anywhere” approach will help you realize a meaningful impact on your bottom line.