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  1. 3 Campaigns Your E-Commerce Account Should Have for Christmas

    However, it is easy for these campaigns to become out of date with what is on site, and can be time-consuming to build if the product is not going to be around for long. Use the product group layering to gather similar products together so you can...

  2. How to Optimize Your Content Strategy With Social Listening

    Chances are, they are talking about your product, service, or industry. If you aren't familiar with social listening, sometimes called social media monitoring, it is the practice of collecting tweets, Facebook shares, blog posts and much more...

  3. Google: Local Searches Lead 50% of Mobile Users to Visit Stores [Study]

    These people are searching for business hours, directions to a local store, product availability, or the local store address, according to the study. Could get the product quickly (35 percent) And 15 percent of in-store activities involved...

  4. How to Identify Non-Ranking URL Page Types Using Google Site Search

    Quickly clicking through the Costco site, it's obvious that they use the sortBy parameter to invoke the sorting functionality for product category pages.http://www.costco.com/auto-tires.html? Focusing on benchmarking non-ranking URLs by page type...

  5. The Smart Way to Optimize Your Amazon Sales Strategy

    Adding in videos as well can really help your product stand out from the competition. Then make your product descriptions count! Try to use as much of the space allowed to tell a real story about your brand, your product and what sets you apart...

  6. SEO for Startups & New Businesses: An 11 Step Plan

    You have a great idea or product, some money to invest, eager customers, and great workers. Many companies net out in the middle – high profile executives and writers or product people are authorized, encourages, and reviewed and compensated based...

  7. Why Yahoo Wants to Move Into Contextual Search and How it Might Work For Them

    After all, Mayer's background from her early days at Google was in the core search product. She's worked on Google's core search product, so she is familiar with the product and the search industry. But even if they create a great contextual search...