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Vítor de Oliveira - VitorPro May 20
A4. of which I have seen 1.- Thinking that the user experience is not SEO and then not solving the bottlenecks 2.- Write thinking about keywords and not sales 3.- Bad photographs 4.- Use the manufacturer's descriptions 5.- Slow eCommerce platforms or servers
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SEMrush May 20
Q3 Recap. Having a rich snippet can give an immediate boost to your eCommerce website. Implementing schema is the easiest way to get in there! Below you can find some schema types you may want to consider 👇
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Kristopher B. Jones May 20
A1 3. One nugget of advice here is to use action words like Buy “type of product or product name”. Shop “type of product or product name.” No better way to give Google the intent of your site than that. Plus it captures people later in the funnel ready to buy.
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Kristopher B. Jones May 20
A5. 5. Finally, the CTA (Add to Cart or Buy Now) above the fold, don’t make them scroll. Don’t give them an extra second to think. If they came to buy, let them buy.
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Kristopher B. Jones May 20
A4. One common mistake is trying to compete with large brands on non-branded keywords. Amazon, Nordstrom, and other large department stores own a lot of page 1 equity...
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SEMrush May 20
Q5. What makes a great product page? Name the top 5 elements it should have!
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Kristopher B. Jones May 20
A3. Every e-commerce site should absolutely have at least 2 types of schema markup on their site. Product Mark up and Breadcrumb Markup. See next Tweet for more commentary. :)
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Bill Slawski ⚓ May 20
A3 Some great answers already, I would suggest also looking at the GS1 smart search demo as well: It was the first extension to Schema markup by the company that brought commerce barcodes used in brick and mortar stores everywhere
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Andy Crestodina May 20
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SEMrush May 20
Q2. What are the best ways to generate backlinks for an eCommerce website?
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Webeo Global May 20
A1- Simple URL structure, keyword research, check analysis check purchase process
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SEMrush May 20
Q6 Recap. For eCommerce SEOs, issues surrounding duplicate content can spell disaster in rankings. Here are some tips on how to deal with it right ⬇️
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SEMrush May 20
Q3. What schema markups have you implemented on your eCommerce pages?
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SEMrush May 20
Q2 Recap. Actionable strategies that you can use to build backlinks to your store 👇🔗
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SEMrush May 21
✏️+ ⚙️Last week on the we discussed the art & science of . Here's the recap — the ultimate SEO Copywriting Guide! Check it out ➡️
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Vítor de Oliveira - VitorPro May 20
A1. 1.- Install a good eCommerce platform 2.- Good photographs of the products 3.- Descriptions of the products that target the consumer 4.- Have a good analytical to detect bottlenecks 5.- Make a marketing plan  
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Mark Gustafson May 20
Just hired my first employee so I’m stoked! Super fortunate to have such success during al of this!
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Kristina Azarenko May 20
A1. Most of this is super basic but still often ignored: - Keyword mapping and strategy - Relevant title tags - Specific categories to target long-tail searches - Sound technical SEO foundation - Internal site search is implemented and analyzed!
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David Rosam May 20
A1-b) a) Crawlable b) Proper research c) Clear purchase funnel d) Easy check out e) images properly tagged f) Quality product descriptions and other content g) Competition gap analysis h) Structured data i) and much more!
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