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eCommerce SEO: How To Rank On Page One Of Google (2020)

Aimee Manning | April 26, 2018 | Comments

Retail eCommerce may well be an industry worth $3.53 trillion US dollars across the globe, but it’s also an incredibly competitive one. 

In fact, new eCommerce sites are being launched every day, which means that as an online retailer you need to be doing all you can to get your website (and more specifically your product pages) in front of the potential buyers that are searching for something you sell.

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Topics: Website Platforms, Marketplaces & Websites, eCommerce, eCommerce Website, SEO

Why Is A Responsive Theme For Your eCommerce Site So Important?

Shawn Muthraja | February 5, 2016 | Comments

Mobile use dominates the online world, and it’s changing the way people think about shopping online. For an eCommerce website, this means catering to those who use mobile devices, or see a dip in traffic.

In fact, according to recent statistics, not optimising your website for mobile use is like closing your shop an extra day each week. Not ideal.

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Topics: Website Platforms, eCommerce

Magento Vs BigCommerce: eCommerce Platforms Comparison

Nat Libby | August 29, 2013 | Comments

Feeling overwhelmed by all the eCommerce platforms out there? You’re not alone.

Whether you’re the owner of a start-up or browsing for a new alternative, choosing the right solution to grow your business is tough and time-consuming. 

Magento and BigCommerce are two of the best eCommerce platforms available to sell your products online. However, while they appear to be similar on the surface, both platforms offer a unique set of differences for online sellers.

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Topics: Website Platforms, Marketplaces & Websites, eCommerce Website

Introducing Magento Multi Store

Artem Verovenko | December 28, 2012 | Comments

Magento allows for a great deal of customisation in how you interact with your customers. At its most simple, you can run a single store on your Magento website, as a single language and brand. You install Magento once, setup your listings and link them in Linnworks, and Linnworks returns the appropriate information about Available Stock Levels and Shipping details. You can also run multiple websites, each on its own server or web space, each handling a single store and language.

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Topics: Website Platforms, Marketplaces & Websites