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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    E-Commerce Search Engine Optimisation : What You Need To Know...And Why!

    Long and short tail refers to the types of searches that an internet user makes in a search engine such as Google. It has been proven many times that people searching online will move from a generalized term (such as 'Jewellery'), through repeated searches to more specific search phrases such...

    Provided By Intelligent Retail

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Retail Search Engine Optimisation Techniques: Reducing Bounce Rates

    A large part of any on-page optimization of a retail website is keeping visitors on the website once they have arrived. This stickiness of a website is measured by 'Bounce rate' and can be tracked in many website analysis packages including Google's own Analytics package. A bounce is defined by...

    Provided By Intelligent Retail

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Retail SEO Techniques: Product Level Search Engine Optimisation

    As with most things in business, it's the details that count... and as far as product descriptions and images are concerned for the retail e-commerce website, attention to detail is exactly what you need to make your website fly in the search engines. Lack of good copy for products on...

    Provided By Intelligent Retail

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    E-Commerce Search Engine Optimisation : What You Need To Know...And Why!

    Long and short tail refers to the types of searches that an internet user makes in a search engine such as Google. It has been proven many times that people searching online will move from a generalized term (such as 'Jewellery'), through repeated searches to more specific search phrases such...

    Provided By Intelligent Retail

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Retail SEO Techniques: Product Level Search Engine Optimisation

    As with most things in business, it's the details that count... and as far as product descriptions and images are concerned for the retail e-commerce website, attention to detail is exactly what you need to make your website fly in the search engines. Lack of good copy for products on...

    Provided By Intelligent Retail

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Retail Search Engine Optimisation Techniques: Reducing Bounce Rates

    A large part of any on-page optimization of a retail website is keeping visitors on the website once they have arrived. This stickiness of a website is measured by 'Bounce rate' and can be tracked in many website analysis packages including Google's own Analytics package. A bounce is defined by...

    Provided By Intelligent Retail