Every online retailer is looking to improve their SEO in a quest for the elusive #1 spot in any given Google search. What most companies don’t know, however, is that there is an easy way to boost your SEO rankings, while also providing your customers with a vastly superior shopping experience. The answer? Intelligent site search and navigation.
Written by: Ryan Lunka, Digital Marketing Director at nChannel
At nChannel, we get a lot of requests to help with inventory synchronization, order management, and technology integration, which are all really important initiatives for eCommerce merchants.
However, when we get into the details with our customers we often find that their biggest problem is something other than what they thought. We generally find that the biggest impediment to their success is their product data—a challenge that is quite new to eCommerce merchandisers.
Rand Internet Marketing, a professional website design, web development, and internet marketing company based out of South Florida, has partnered with Klarna, the leading European payment provider in preparation for Klarna’s launch on the U.S. market.
Investing in a strong on-site search solution can fuel and lead to many overall eCommerce site improvements, as well as improve the search functionality. In this guest blog post, Nextopia Software Corporation is pleased to share with you three of the major areas where site search can help enhance your eCommerce site. Nextopia is the #1 global provider of eCommerce site search and navigation solutions. There products result from years of experience and expertise in the area of search, discover what on-site search can do for your eCommerce site!
Rand Internet Marketing expands its website design, web development and internet marketing departments as a result of the growth they have experienced over the last year. Within the last three months alone, Rand Marketing has hired seven new full-time employees throughout their various departments.
A vast majority of internet users are never too aware of the technical aspect of things – all we know is that we log on to the World Wide Web when we want, how we want, and learn about any new updates along the way. Well this time around, Google has been courteous enough to provide us with a heads up on its plans to change the SEO (search engine optimization) algorithm beginning April 21, 2015. So, now we will have a chance to prepare.
We recently sat down with Steve Reisner, the owner/operator of Adams Locksmiths in Margate, FL, and we talked to him about his business and the incredible growth he has experienced since becoming a Rand Internet Marketing client.