The default description, default title, and default keywords input fields in Magneto administration used to create SEO issues for store owners ever since version 1.X of Magento. Magento versions 2.X are no exception to this issue.Read more
If you don’t run retargeting and remarketing ads, your marketing efforts may not be as profitable as they could be. On average, only 2% of visitors convert during their first store visit, which leaves staggering 98% of visitors unconverted. This is why we use retargeting and remarketing strategies.Read more
Every time someone does a search for something on search engines such as Google, the search engine must go through thousands of pages and serve the best results that will give the user most useful information he searched for.
How does the search engine know what information to serve based on just a few words? Well, search engines use to determine the best and most relevant information for every search term that is entered on search engine from user. Because of that, it is very important to create a strategy of keywords so that your eCommerce store could rank better every time user search for terms that are related to products that you sell. The ultimate goal is to rank on the first page of search engine and make your eCommerce more visible to users.Read more
Every merchant knows how important it is to provide valuable information, tips, and guides to their customers. The easiest way to do so is to write informative blog posts.
Blog articles are great for attracting a broader audience that might not have a clear buying intent at the moment, but that might return to your site after learning something useful from your blog. However, if your articles are low quality, non-informative, and just there to fill out the blank space, you’re not using the blog section’s full potential.
To avoid frustration with articles that don’t get any attention, we’re bringing you blogging tips for merchants, that can help you boost your eCommerce website’s online performance.Read more
Often, during an SEO audit, we figure out that the store that came to us for the audit suffered a manual or an algorithmical penalty from Google which resulted in a significant loss of organic traffic.
During the years we got pretty experienced in removing such penalties and getting the website back on the right track for clients that listened to our advice.
But, did you know our own clients who have a consulting retainer with us never got penalized by Google?
Here’s why…Read more
So you have been running an eCommerce site for some time now but in order to increase sales, natural thing to do is to increase traffic towards your site. Regardless of your site’s SEO health and organic ranking, PPC traffic is also something you shouldn’t miss out, because hey, your competitors are also doing it and being within the first 3 organic results today (if you are lucky) isn’t the same like a few years ago.
Paying for incoming clicks is natural thing to do but before you continue (start) investing money in driving traffic to your site, pay attention to these three essential things that we noticed many site owners miss out.Read more
As we determinedly move through 2017, we decided to look into things which we’re building upon. The old saying goes “If you don’t know history, you are doomed to repeat it.” so we’d like to avoid any mistakes possible by learning from the previous happenings. Here’s what happened in the SEO world in 2016. and what you can do to make those trends work in your favour.Read more
Industry of eCommerce is growing steadily, year after year, and that’s nothing new in the world of Internet. A prediction by eMarketer states that online spending has reached its all time high in 2016 with more than $22 trillion spent, a number which is expected to grow by $27 trillion in 2020. It is more than obvious this trend has no intention of slowing down so if you need some help or inspiration with setting up priorities for 2017, we at Inchoo gathered a handful of useful tips to share.Read more
We’ve analysed over 1.5 million sessions that happened in the last 30 days on some USA, UK, and Germany based eCommerce websites to find out the average percentage of logged-in customers that used the “Forgot your password” e-mail password reset functionality in Magento.Read more
Whenever you speak to a conversion rate optimization specialist or internet marketer in general regarding sliders you’ll hear a big rant about them. They’re bad for usability. But why do we still see so many sliders all around the web then?Read more
Last month was busy (or, at least, busier!) for one of our consultants. Apart from his daily activities: monitoring key performance indicators of client’s online store, suggesting improvements and overviewing key trends in the world of eCommerce to help them stay ahead of the competition, he also had an opportunity to speak at 3 various conferences. Not that he has any favourites, but today we’ll see what it was that made HitIt so special and what he talked about.Read more
Last weekend Google sent out a batch of new manual penalty notices that mostly hit bloggers. What does this have to do with eCommerce SEO? Well, bloggers were penalized for accepting free products in exchange for a review with a link to merchant’s website or accepting paid reviews with such links.Read more
I am sure, for everyone in the eCommerce business, there’s no need to explain what Google Shopping Ads are. But, if you are not familiar with them, they are product ads which appear in Google’s SERP as shown on images below.Read more
Is it bad for my site to have broken links? Some say I shouldn’t have them at all (What? How?) and some say that 404s are completely normal as my store changes and ages. Do I need to use some broken link checker?
Confused about taking the right approach? Which theory/opinion is applicable to your site/case? If 404 pages are a normal thing, you may ask yourself whether you should even bother with checking them? Keep reading and hopefully you’ll find the reasons why you should invest your time in analysis of broken URLs.Read more