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Ecommerce SEO: 10 Golden Practices for Your Online Shop

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Ecommerce is huge all over the world. Wanting to sell things online is a healthy ambition, with more than just a promise of making you richer. However, because ecommerce is so massive, your competition is going to be just as enormous. You will probably compete against titans like Amazon, and even smaller stores may provide a challenge.

It certainly helps to be an ace businessman – even better when you have an expert business consultant, but it won’t be enough. Your online store will never make it big if it can’t be found on the first page of Google. That’s why ecommerce and SEO go hand in hand – and that’s why we’ve prepared this ecommerce SEO guide for you. Are you excited? Then let’s proceed!

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The Ultimate Guide for SEO in 2018

SEO 2018: ultimate website optimization guide.

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Long Tail vs LSI Keywords: Which Do You Need to Increase Website Traffic?

Today we are going to talk about a crucial component to on-page SEO tactics — keyword optimization. After the Hummingbird Update you were told to optimize for long tail keywords. Then the semantic SEO strategy changed and all they talk about are LSI keywords.

Let’s see what the difference is between long tail and LSI keywords and find out which you need to use, and when, to get higher rankings and get more traffic.

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On Her Majesty’s Secret SEO Service 2016

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This autumn the James Bond movie franchise turned 50! Not bad for her majesty’s Secret Service agent with a licence to kill, philogyny and an undeviating loyalty to shaken (not stirred) martini. You would probably ask how the heck James Bond will help me with my SEO strategy for 2016. We mean to say that you should serve your customers like James Bond serves her Majesty.
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6 Actionable Steps to Build a Top-Selling Landing Page

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There are 3 major types of landing pages and each serves its own goals.

Let’s imagine you own a huge supermarket. First you can segment this into departments, i.e. canned goods, boxed goods, produce, home supply department etc. This is a must because, when people visit a supermarket, they go straightway to a specific department because they have specific shopping needs.  This is how your website should be built. Your home page is a showcase of your site and the landing pages that describe your product features and solutions are specific departments which attract targeted traffic that is generated from specific search queries. If a visitor’s search intent has a transactional character (she wants to buy a specific item over the Internet), you wouldn’t want to send a visitor to your cluttered home page but, instead, you would send her to a product description page with pricing and a clear call-to-action in order to get more conversions.
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