If you're struggling to figure out ways to improve your Shopify SEO, you're not alone. Search engine optimization is confusing to begin with. Not to mention, you often have to keep up with your optimization to expand your brand's reach and consistently remain at the top of the search results.
That's why we want to cover every aspect of Shopify SEO, from notifying major search engines of your presence to fixing your URL structure. Keep reading to learn about the top areas to focus on for boosting your Shopify SEO, and be sure to bookmark and check back in with this SEO guide from time to time for regular SEO maintenance.
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Whether you're fullfilling products through Amazon or working with a different third-party fullfillment center, one thing is certain: you should at least be taking advantage of the Amazon infrastructure. After all, it makes sense to sell on Amazon since it allows you to connect with new customers, test different selling techniques, and get a piece of the 232 billion dollar sales pie.
Some merchants are already scaling up quickly with their Amazon sales, while others are just getting started. Regardless of your situation, it's always a good idea to find new tools that are bound to improve your sales and make your life easier as an online merchant.
That's why we compiled a quick list of the best Amazon tools to boost your sales and improve your workflows.
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To make an online course, you need the right tools. This means video screen capture software, a potential camera, tripod, audio equipment, and the right editing tools. You also need the right program for selling your online course
, and there are plenty of options to choose from. Thinkific is one of them, so in this Thinkific review, we'll discuss the features that make it stand out.
Continue reading Thinkific Review and Pricing (Oct 2020): A Free Pricing Plan for Online Course Selling (And More)
If you've ever tried to dropship, you know that there are several obstacles you may run into. First of all, there are some services that offer dropshipping from places like India and China. These are sometimes great, but it's not uncommon to find that some of these suppliers and manufacturers are not reputable, or they take forever to ship to your country because of how far it is. Then you have the process of finding suppliers yourself. That's why we want to complete a Doba review. Doba is a tool for linking merchants to suppliers, especially those that dropship.
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In an age of subscription-based ecommerce platforms and website builders, sometimes it's nice to have a solution that's free. When you look at an open source option like OpenCart
, that's exactly what you receive. It's open for free download, you're able to find your own hosting, and upgrade without any payments. The reason we like that so much is because many open source platforms try to get you with yearly upgrades.
On the other hand, you have "packaged" solutions like Shopify and BigCommerce, where you're paying a monthly fee without any real ownership of your website. Well, OpenCart is far from perfect, but it's a nice online store builder if you truly want to keep your costs low and boost your customization options. In this OpenCart review, we'll talk about the best features, along with those we don't like that much. In addition, we can dive into things like any additional fees and the customer support.
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From Allbirds to Goodfair and Amazon to Target, ecommerce stores
have developed into a way of life for small and large businesses, while also providing instant shopping opportunities to regular consumers like you and me. The fervent desire to invent a product or launch a creative new business idea is prevalent in shows like Shark Tank
and the barrage of online advertisements vying for our attention. If you have an idea for a product, or would like to become a dropshipper, B2B seller, marketplace manager, or something in between, you need to learn how to build an ecommerce website
We all know the goal of building an online store: to become a business owner and make money.
It's a good time to get into the ecommerce business as well, seeing as how online sales have consistently increased over the past few decades, showing us that all online industries have room for new members.
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Landing pages and ecommerce, go hand in hand. At some point, your ecommerce store needs advertisements to drive traffic. Well, those ads need to send potential customers to a landing page. The same goes for inbound links from blogs and publications. If your visitors don't land on a relevant landing page, they're going to be rather confused.
So the big question is which landing page builder should you choose?
When it comes to ramping up your conversion rate and creating a customizable environment where you can connect with your audience, there are plenty of options out there. Landing page builders come in many different shapes and sizes, from solutions designed specifically for WordPress, to market-leaders like Instapage and Leadpages.
We're keen on recommending Instapage because of its beautiful templates, collaboration tools and heatmapping. This Instapage review outlines all of that.
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If you currently run an online shop, take a moment to check your analytics. Where do most of your customers come from? The majority of your customers probably hail from the country you do business in, but chances are you get some decent numbers for other random countries. Chances are those people also speak your language, allowing them to navigate through your website and buy an item they find appealing.
But what about people in those same countries who aren't familiar with your language? They can't understand your website. Now that's a problem because it's clear that this hypothetical foreign country shows potential.
Continue reading Weglot Review: The Best Website Translator to Go International With Ecommerce