How You Create Your Own Internet Experience

Cookies, ads, shopping carts, and search queries. What do these all have in common? Well, they all help form your own personal internet browsing experience. Pretty much everything you do on the internet is stored in your browser’s cookies, and/or stored server-side on each website. This data can be used by Google and other websites […]

By |October 10th, 2013|Categories: Archive, PPC, SEO|

2 Ways To Improve Your Google Product Listing Ad Campaign

Google shopping is now one of the most successful shopping engines out there today.  How can you make the absolute most out of it?  These are some tips to get your conversion rates up for your product listing ads.
Do it Google’s Way
Make sure you are following Google’s specifications when you set up and maintain your […]

By |September 27th, 2013|Categories: Archive, PPC, SEO|

Essentials For a Good eCommerce Item Page

Web design can be a fine art. Or at least it should be. Too often, I see sloppily thrown together web pages that are just plain…unappealing. Using colors and well done graphic design can be a huge benefit to your page. Especially with product pages. Today though, we aren’t going to talk about that. We’re […]

By |September 19th, 2013|Categories: Archive, SEO|

3 Ways to Improve Your Shopping Cart Conversions

In the world of Ecommerce, there a plenty of difficulties.  One of those problems you may come across is getting a good amount of shopping cart conversions.  Cart abandonment is a common occurence with Ecommerce and in fact about 50% of all shopping carts are abandoned before finishing checkout.  Most successful Ecommerce companies recognize this […]

By |September 5th, 2013|Categories: Archive, Industry News & Updates, SEO|

Things to Avoid with eCommerce Websites

When you’re fist setting up your website, you may think you can just post all sorts of products and search engine traffic will just come rolling in.  Well, while it is good to have lots of products, you also need to get some optimization in.

Unfortunately, Optimization for eCommerce sites can be  a bit harder than […]

By |August 8th, 2013|Categories: Archive, SEO|

Improving your Product Search Optimization

Last week I talked about two concepts to make your eCommerce page more SEO friendly; URL structure and 301 Redirects.
This week I want to get a little more in depth and talk about the actual structure of your page’s internal search engine.  Let’s compare a visit to your page to a visit to a regular […]

By |August 1st, 2013|Categories: Archive, Industry News & Updates, SEO, Web Design & Development|

eCommerce and URL

Once again, as I do my personal research, trying to improve my own SEO knowlege, I will share some of the things I thought were interesting and could help you too. Mostly When I come across something I didn’t know before, I like to share those things with all you good people.

Lately I’ve been looking […]

By |July 25th, 2013|Categories: Archive, How To & Tutorials, SEO, Web Design & Development|