Tag archive for: Google



In this article, StoreYa CEO Yariv Dror explains what merchants need to know about starting their ad campaigns with Google AdWords.
Many merchants are underestimating the relevance of internal links – but these links are one of the most important measures for optimising the ranking of a website on Google and other search engines. In our article, we present you five mistakes that you should avoid to make.
Google My Business allows you to present your physical store directly on Google. This has many benefits and can drive new customers to your online shop as well. Larissa Murillo from MarketGoo lets you know in this guest article what you should pay attention to when creating your Google My Business page.
In this article, Larissa Murillo from MarketGoo offers useful advice on how to optimise your shop for search engines without spending a lot of money.
The Traffic Booster app from the ePages App Store helps you getting more targeted traffic for increasing your sales. You can find out more about it in our article.
When writing texts for your online shop – like product descriptions or FAQ pages for instance – you should always have some SEO rules in mind to improve your rankings. In this article, we show you which factors you should consider.
Search engine optimisation (SEO) is the process of improving the visibility of a website or online shop’s ranking in the organic results of a search engine. Charles Mechri from rankingCoach explains the most important elements of SEO to help you getting more traffic from Google and other search engines.
In our new series on search engine optimisation (SEO) for your online shop, we present you the most important tips and tricks you should consider in order to improve your search engine rankings. In this article, we show you what a title tag is and how to use it for your SEO.
On the 21st of April, Google is changing its algorithm for the mobile search. In our article, you’ll find out why this update will have major consequences and what it means for ePages shops.
Internationalisation is a key trend in e-commerce to help boost online businesses. According to Royal Mail, 68% of small and medium sized retailers in the UK are looking to target new overseas markets. However, to be successful moving into other markets requires a lot of work.