Tag archive for: Google



When it comes to search engine optimisation there are a lot of different opinions. Which actions are recommended? What improves a shop’s ranking and what is counterproductive? It’s always interesting when Google themselves speaks up and tells us their point of view. A few weeks ago it was that time again: the "SEO Starter Guide" has finally been updated.

Nobody wants to have to go far when they are looking for a specific product or service. That is why customers are always pleased when the small red flag they see on Google Maps is close to their location. According to Google, by 2006 already, every fourth search query was location-specific. Even experts are saying that maps and location-based services will be that much more relevant in 2009. Companies with both a stationary and online presence can increase their real as well as their virtual business by taking advantage of a free listing and a local advertisement on Google Maps.   

What's been going on functionally in our shop since the introduction of ePages 6. After equipping ePages 6 with new components like blogs, forums, RSS feeds, appointment and booking functions for business websites, drag & drop functionality and gadget integration, we've added even more or are planning to in 2009.

  

Google revises a long-going myth: Against all general assumptions, dynamic URLs can now be easily crawled by Google. The search engine giant only recommends adapting the look of dynamic URLS to static URLs when there is enough time and knowledge available to remove the correct parameters. With the shop software from ePages, shop operators are thus on the right side. Read more details in the following.

  

There are many reasons for a shop being able to become successful. The essential reasons from our point of view are: demand-driven product range with clear profile, informative product descriptions, simple navigation structure, good shop design, search engine optimisation, good customer service, nearness and trustworthiness, popular payment procedure and market presence. In the following, we present another five online shops based on ePages that are on the right track. We hope you'll be inspired by them. 

 

There is no doubt about it: The degree to which people encounter your online shop and website via search engines – particularly Google – plays a decisive role in the success of your e-commerce activities.