Ecommerce SEO Expert
Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) for ecommerce websites plays a vital part of the marketing mix and is a valuable means of driving high volumes of highly converting traffic to your ecommerce website. As an ecommerce SEO expert with 10 years experience, I can help supercharge your SEO initiatives and plan or execute ecommerce SEO campaigns that deliver high ROI from your SEO spend.
Technical Challenges of Ecommerce SEO:
Ecommerce SEO can often present a different mix of technical challenges than other types of website and it can take a highly technical SEO professional or SEO agency to achieve success. Typical challenges faced during ecommerce SEO campaigns can include:
- Duplicate content.
- Pagination and faceted filtering.
- Indexation and crawling.
- URL canicolisation.
- Internal Linking
- Navigational Issues
- URL structure
How I Work:
I can work with you in a number of ways to increase your search engine visibility, drive highly targeted traffic and increase profits:
- Ecommerce SEO Consultancy.
- Ecommerce SEO Audits.
- Ecommerce SEO Campaigns.
If you are looking for an experienced ecommerce SEO consultant who can help with any aspect of technical or practical ecommerce SEO then get in touch today.
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How Keyword Density Is Supposed to Work for Ecommerce SEO;
The basic idea of keyword density is quite obvious. If one keyword is repeated in the description of a specific product, search engines start believing that the webpage is related to that keyword. So when a user searches for that product, the search engine is doing the user a favor by presenting the keyword-dense page on its results page.
I guess you can sense some irony in the line of reasoning above. Indeed, it is foolish to assume that search engines would be so naive. There might have been a time when this was true, but that time is long gone.