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.
February’s already gone! It may be the shortest month of the year, but it’s amazing how much you can pack into 28 days. Time flies when you’re having fun, they say!
Here’s a quick look back at what’s new with k-eCommerce in February (along with a sneak peek at what’s coming).
Improve your search engine ranking! We’ll be sharing simple, effective e-commerce SEO strategies every month. Who needs SEO? Find out here.
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.
At k-eCommerce, we take pride in our commitment to innovation and our drive for continual development. That’s why our latest release includes several major performance-enhancing features, as well as other improvements and other fixes. Here are some of the highlights!
While you enjoy the warm summer weather, we make it easy for you to stay up-to-date with the latest news and insights from the e-commerce world. Check out our summer reading list of 8 must-read articles to keep current with the buzz of online business.
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.
In our last article, we talked about a young consumer electronics company who wanted to maximize their ROI when they decided to venture into the world of online business. To do so, they had to find ways to reduce their operational costs. But reducing costs is only half the story.
Imagine the world’s largest shopping mall, with hundreds of millions of customers from all over the world strolling the mezzanine 24 hours a day, all year round. Better known as social media.