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It’s never too late or too early when considering optimization for your website. From this year’s online holiday shopping trends, we should be excited about what’s to come for 2007. With more people purchasing laptops and PC’s, consumers are becoming internet savvy and increasing their online spend.
This is where Search Engine Optimization comes in to play. Make sure your business/service can be found on the web. Keep your site user friendly, and run effective paid campaigns. These are basic steps to roll into the New Year.
Start your action plan for 07 and let SEO become a business driver for your website.
I admit it; I love the TV show “Vegas”. One of the things I always found fascinating in that show was the facial recognition tool they use in the security room. It is great the way they scan through a database of faces and find a match to someone they just video capped from the security cameras. It’s basically a search engine for faces.Read More
At the recent WebmasterWorld Conference in Las Vegas, I attended a few sessions about optimizing e-commerce sites. I will summarize the takeaways in this blog.
Acquiring traffic and driving sales are two different processes that need to be considered. The most common reasons for people leaving a site are: the user intent is not met, poor page design, and dead links. You should look at the search terms that are driving traffic and try to discern what the visitor is expecting of that query, and make sure the content matches that intent.
It is also about the formatting of the content. Be consistent in navigation and use recognized naming conventions, don’t get cute.
There should be multiple navigation options: primary navigation, a site map and an internal site search utility. The internal site search can dramatically increase conversions. This function is also great for reporting the most popular searches & allows customization of search results. Create a custom search. For instance, if there is something you don’t have, instead of yielding 0 results, show similar items that might be of interest.