SEO, we just can’t stop talking about it, I know. But the truth is that all this talk, and all those dozens of lists with rules can be sometimes overwhelming, especially to SEO and ecommerce newbies. So, I would take small steps and, to begin with, focus on a couple of essential rules before digging into other great resources. Yes, I discovered that some are more important than others (blame it on experience). I pay more attention to these 5 SEO rules for ecommerce in 2014, which should help you increase organic traffic to your online shop. Here they are:
How would you like to know if a niche is profitable before you add a single product to your store? This week I’m going to show you 3 ways to validate your niche for less than $100. These are techniques that I’ve used personally or that successful ecommerce entrepreneurs have taught me.
Every week I’m going through so many articles on ecommerce, so I thought I should share some of the most interesting titles with you. On a weekly basis. Here it is, our first round-up. In no particular order:
One of the questions often asked by new online store owners is, how can I get my store up and running without spending a huge amount of money on it. Even though you are very interested in starting your own store, you simply might not have the funds that some huge corporations have. In this roundup, I will look at different ways of creating a shop identity without having to spend the equivalent of a Hollywood movie budget. Continue reading
There are many reasons why a pre-built eCommerce platform might sound more appealing to you than having to hire a web developer to build a brand new one for you. Though, from experience, in most cases the heaviest factor is the ease of use and ability to work closely with a community of other online store owners.