As with any other venture, we measure the success of an e-commerce channel by its performance. Assessing this performance involves analyzing numerous, multi-faceted sets of business data. A few of the key measurements include cost, revenue, customer engagement and satisfaction, as well as many others. We measure each of these data sets with e-commerce KPIs, or key performance indicators.
So when it comes to optimizing your site, internal links with relevant (keyword-rich) link text and URLs are important for reinforcing the search engine’s assessment of your site. Of course, these links do not provide the same kind of “boost” you get from inbound links.
For that, you need link building.
Now that we’ve clarified why your e-commerce business needs SEO, let’s break down some of the most common e-commerce SEO terms you’ll need to be familiar with.
The following are terms that you’ll hear frequently in connection with search engine optimization. They describe or refer to processes by which search engines evaluate and rank web pages.
E-commerce is an achievable goal for any business with a product or service to sell. It helps companies lower their costs, grow their sales, and optimize their customer experience.
And yet incredibly, a large number of business owners still feel unwilling to venture an online channel. Having talked with many small-to-medium business owners over the years, we’ve learned that their objections usually come down to one of the following for e-commerce myths.
k-eCommerce version 20181201 has brought some exciting new changes to Marketplace Integration!
k-eCommerce Marketplace Integration lets you connect your k-eCommerce web store to Amazon, eBay, or both, and harness the selling power of these e-commerce giants as new online channels that synchronize order, customer, product and price data with your ERP.
There’s much more to a content delivery network than meets the eye. Here are three business benefits of using a CDN that might surprise you.
Whether you’re already an online business owner or you’ve just been thinking about opening a web store, any serious e-commerce selling strategy needs to give some thought to Amazon and eBay.
While PCI compliance in your workplace and business practices remains your responsibility, reliable eCommerce companies have their solutions PCI-certified themselves, and keep their certification up-to-date with an annual audit. That means you can rest easy from the very beginning with a system proven to keep your customers’ data safe.
Join us Thursday, December 10 from 3:00 – 3:30 p.m. EST for a webinar titled: Online Marketplace Integration for your Microsoft Dynamics or SAP Business One eCommerce Website from k-eCommerce.
Growing your business is always a main priority, but you can’t forget about important customer relationships along the way. Providing the best customer experience to clients is a great way to expand business and ensure long-lasting customer relationships. Customer engagement shouldn’t end when they walk out the door or hang up the phone. Customer relationship … Continue reading Rethink eCommerce with a Web Store Integrated to your Microsoft Dynamics CRM