Before switching to k-eCommerce, Dietzgen had a major organizational problem. With thousands of SKUs across dozens of categories, all their product information was siloed in different locations across the company’s 8 facilities: some of it in the ERP, some of it in static PDFs, some in company emails.
When it comes to fine-tuning SEO for ecommerce, the text you write is only half the story. The Internet is an increasingly visual platform. Modern web pages are designed around focused messaging with concise text supported by engaging, high-quality images and other media. Consumers love images. According to a recent HubSpot study, 51% of B2B … Continue reading SEO for Ecommerce: Images, Video, and User-Generated Content
We teamed up with MSDynamicsWorld to take an in-depth look at key ways business owners can drastically lower operational costs, maximize sales growth, foster customer loyalty and ensure a substantial ROI on their e-commerce investment.
Summer is almost here! We’ve had an incredibly busy May here at k-eCommerce, with lots more exciting new events, webinars and content on the way. Here’s a look at what’s new with k-eCommerce! Detroit Speed: Under the Hood k-eCommerce customer Detroit Speed is a powerhouse of the automotive aftermarket industry. They take older American muscle … Continue reading What’s New with k-eCommerce: May 2019 Edition
An ERP-integrated e-commerce solution for Microsoft Dynamics and SAP Business One can lower your business’ operational costs, grow your sales and foster deep customer loyalty. But when it comes to choosing an e-commerce platform, how can you be sure you’ll see a return on your investment (ROI)? Give your business the competitive edge with the … Continue reading Webinar: Driving Growth and ROI with ERP-Integrated E-Commerce
Before k-eCommerce, Detroit Speed had a home-grown HTML website with no integration to their SAP Business One ERP. Worse, the site’s product catalog only listed prices and part numbers… none of the crucial product information their customers actually need.
As a result, Detroit Speed’s online sales channel was stalling for years.
Then they switched to a k-eCommerce solution integrated to SAP Business One, which immediately boosted speed and productivity for their sales and accounting teams.
k-eCommerce is heading to Orlando June 18-20 for the 2019 SMB Innovation Summit and we want to meet you! Pack your bags, sunglasses, and sunscreen and come join us at the Caribe Royal Convention Center for the SAP event of the year specifically for SAP partners. Become a k-eCommerce partner… Generate perpetual recurring revenue as … Continue reading Partner with k-eCommerce at the 2019 SMB Innovation Summit
Nevertheless, keywords remain vital insofar as their occurrence on a web page is what allows them to show up in SERPs. This is only logical. A page about slow cooker recipes is probably going to say “slow cooker” and “recipe” somewhere in the text. (Likely together.)
When it comes to SEO for ecommerce, there are two ways businesses incorporate keywords into their web store pages. The first is the page’s content. The second are meta tags and other elements.
B2B ecommerce is exploding. A majority of the B2B companies who do not already have an ecommerce web site plan to launch one within the next two years. And global B2B ecommerce sales are expected to overtake B2C sales by 2020.
For most companies, then, it’s not so much a question of if as of when. But just as different industries and businesses have different needs, even the different B2B decision makers within a given company have different ecommerce requirements.
We’ve had a jam-packed four weeks filled with web stores, webinars and scattered April showers. But those May flowers are almost here, so let’s take a look back at what we’ve been up to and catch a glimpse of what’s on the way!