The French ecommerce market is growing. Find out what is causing this growth and the main trends in online retail in France…
Google Plus SEO: Linking Your Profiles is Simple If you manage or write for an ecommerce blog, one of your main goals is to have people actually see your content and more ambitiously, to rank on Google search. In addition to SEO updates, an easy way to send Google consistent signs that your content is [...]
Watch out LinkedIn! Facebook is coming in on the hiring and recruiting turf! Facebook’s new Graph Search marks a major change in social recruiting, says enterprise software company, SAP. Employers can now harness their entire Facebook network for recommendations on who to hire. Through phrases (for example: “my friends in New York who like engineering” [...]
A look at the relationship between internet access and the growth of ecommerce with particular focus on overseas expansion and what this means for SEO.
Apps like Citysearch and Yelp see by far the most use among US affluent consumers. Users of these apps view more in-app ads and spend more on mcommerce purchases, making them a highly desirable—and reachable—audience.
TexTivia shares the secret to creating full SEO for your ecommerce website organically.
Walmart is arguably the most tightfisted retail chain in the world, constantly driving out costs any way it can. So why is the world’s largest retailer now focused on building its own technology instead of buying it off the shelf? According to the chain’s e-commerce chief, that’s the only way it can get a competitive [...]
Over half of media buyers say they will increase their investment in site, search and Facebook Exchange (FBX) retargeting. Increasing revenue is the top retargeting goal.
Mobile accounts for a growing portion of US paid search ad clicks, at 20% in Q1 2013. But spending still lags behind at 15% of total paid search spend. Cost-per-click rates continue to decline.
In fact, having good search functionality is especially vital for e-commerce sites because shoppers cannot purchase what they cannot find. This means that a search feature that turns up no results, irrelevant results or isn't …
Storing documents is becoming easier with a variety of cloud options from Box.net to Dropbox to Rackspace and many others in between. Most of them offer great storage for file documents and some are even free up to a certain size limit. This makes storing files, which use to require an external drive of some [...]
Sightly is a local marketing tool that allows small businesses to leverage the power of video to tell their story in the most engaging and effective way possible. When you do any routine Google search these days, the most noticeable aspect of the page is the video thumbnails next to the typical search results. Video [...]
As the CEO of an e-commerce business with over 2000 shops on Facebook, I have a unique perspective on Facebook selling. After two years of testing, my company.
One of the ways to get the most out of your time on Twitter is by utilizing Advanced Search. When you use Twitter as a search engine, you put yourself on the power end of the data firehose, rather than in its direct path, sputtering among the hundreds of tweets you see streaming past. A [...]
What does Facebook's new “Graph Search” mean for social commerce, the integration of e-commerce with social media? Looking beyond the obvious – Facebook search ads linking to e-commerce sites (search results from …
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Getting your channel to rank in search just requires a little bit of common sense, and avoiding trickery of any kind. For instance, writing a good channel description means finding the words you want to rank for, but putting those words into relevant sentences that tell newcomers about your channel. We’ll discuss that and more [...]
Google Universal Search results have always looked very favourably on video content and a new report from our friends at Searchmetrics confirms that video content is still the best vertical to use. Oh, and (surprise) you have even more chance of appearing if that video is hosted on YouTube.
You have a new e-commerce site, where do you begin? Here a few ideas to help get the creative juices flowing and on your way to a successful LB campaign!
eCommerce websites are designed to sell – it's their main goal, but, sadly in reality, we often see online retailers using the copy of the pr.
Ecommerce Store – Organization, Taxonomy, Categories, Search – posted in SEO Tips & Techniques: Im working on an eCommerce site, still in the early stages of setting up the taxonomy, category/subcategory structure.
Google is spending $125 million to buy Channel Intelligence in an attempt to create a better experience for retailers and consumers who are using Google's shopping search tool. Read more…
Search Engine Marketing – Online marketers near and far resolved in January to get to the top of search results this year. If you're still stumped, here are a five simple yet effective tactics …
Dotmic helps you to search online stores for offers and reviews.We also provide price comparison for products from varous e-commerce stores.
Amplify’d from www.reelseo.com WebVisible, an online marketing software provider, has released their Fourth Quarter report on the State of Small Business Online Advertising, and if there’s an overall conclusion from the findings, it’s that small businesses are having better success with online marketing than ever before. There are positive signs in the areas of search [...]
Somes interesting thoughts here… Amplify’d from tengoldenrulesblog.blogspot.com As we all know, the majority of the online world tends to optimize their sites for Google. And why not? Everyone wishes to be found inside the 900 pound gorilla of global search engines. It usually means a cash machine opening up for your business. So how do [...]
Amplify’d from blog.searchenginewatch.com Yesterday Bing announced that specific links that have been ‘liked’ by your Facebook friends will be highlighted in the search results page. This is a development from the separate set of Facebook results that occasionally appear for generic search queries. Although this feature is still being rolled out, a preview image on [...]
Amplify’d from www.freshnetworks.com 30 free tools for finding social media influencers So is there a way of finding influencers without paying for tools? In a word, yes. There are a plethora of free (or free to a certain level of service) tools that you could use to identify social media influencers. However, unlike the tools [...]
So the changes are in full swing on eBay and now some of them are becoming very apparent on why they are being made. Case in point, with it’s recent round of changes eBay removed sellers ability to “buy” their way to the top of search on eBay. This process was called “Featured First” — [...]
A very insightful discussion with the CEO of shopping search engine TheFind.com, Siva Kumar. While at ChannelAdvisor Catalyst Conference I was able to grab Siva and get this interview. Of particular note, pay attention to his outlook on eCommerce for 2010. It really is an eye-opening analogy TheFind is the vertical search engine for shopping [...]
Coming off his talk at ChannelAdvisor Catalyst conference, I got a chance to talk with Bing’s Product Marketing Director. The launch of Bing has successfully revitalized the MSN search experience, with a goal of becoming “THE destination for all commerce-related searches,” what will that mean for retailers? Raju Malhotra is Director of Product Marketing for [...]
Charles is an ecommerce SEO expert who deals with online marketing for enterprise and small business application. Charles has run thousands of online marketing campaigns and launched hundreds of web sites. These experiences give him a pretty good feel about which strategies deliver the best results quickly and efficiently. Lumpkin is a huge believer in [...]
New York, N.Y., Dec. 9, 2009 – Experian® Hitwise® announced today that Google accounted for 71.57 percent of all U.S. searches conducted in the four weeks ending Nov. 28, 2009. Yahoo! Search, Bing and Ask.com received 15.39 percent, 9.34 percent and 2.65 percent, respectively. The remaining 52 search engines in the Hitwise Search Engine Analysis [...]