40 SEO Strategies and Optimization Tips for Ecommerce Websites

by Jason Acidre on March 15, 2011 · 61 comments · Search

Optimizing online stores is quite different from how usual marketers handle web promotions for other types of websites (blogs, directories, forums, small/local businesses, etc…). And devising SEO strategies for Ecommerce websites is known to be hard, especially if the company is reluctant to shell out a specific budget or invest on their business’ online marketing campaign.

Several reasons why it’s very challenging:SEO strategies for ecommerce websites

  • No one really likes to link out to product pages (voluntary and natural links). They’ll only link to it if they are an affiliate or they can earn commissions from it.
  • Content ideas are very limited, particularly if it’s focused on promoting physical products.
  • Most ecommerce websites have tons of pages that need to be optimized to serve as landing pages fitting to its separately segmented target traffic (only seeking for information vs. possible consumers).

Ecommerce SEO Tactic Standpoint

  • Start optimizing the right landing pages.
  • Steer clear of unethical methods used in building links (paid links and rushed links such as comment spam).
  • The most important link building strategy for ecommerce sites lies within the site itself – internal linking.
  • More on non-promotional content, less on advertising. Educating your market is the best arsenal to making them buy your product.
Below are some of the strategies that you can implement on optimizing your ecommerce store. And you can also check out this updated ecommerce SEO strategies from some of the most recognized thought leaders in the world of Search.

On-site Optimization

Site Elements and Structure

1. User-generated reviews on product pages

  • User activity is known to be used by Google as one of their search algorithm’s signals for search rankings.
  • Increases conversions as visitors can see how well the product is based on users that have already tried the product.
  • You’ll be able to produce unique content on your product pages, which is definitely good for its search rankings.

2. Regularly updated section on homepage (for static webpage)

  • Inclusion of recent blog posts or twitter updates.

3. Specific keyword targeting for all important pages

  • Assign keywords that are absolutely relevant to certain pages by placing it on each landing page’s title page and meta description.
  • “Affordable mobile phones” – homepage
  • “Cheap Nokia mobile phones” – category page
  • “Buy Nokia N8” – product page
  • “Nokia N8 specifications” – information page

4. Optimize product descriptions and images

  • Using the targeted keywords within the product’s description and Alt text attributes for product images will help boost the product pages’ relevance scores.

5. User-friendly permalinks/URL

  • Include your pages’ targeted keywords on the URL. It’s also best to keep your URLs clean and short (ex. http://examplestore.com/nokia/buy-nokia-n8)

6. Weed out duplicate contents

  • Fix URL canonicalization of the site, wherein the site must only direct to one preferred URL version (non-www or www. version), since this can cause duplicates within your site if both version are showing up when looked up.
  • Check your product pages for duplicates through Copyscape, to avoid similar content from the product’s manufacturer or others who’re also promoting/selling the same product.

7. Produce linkable pages

  • Add 2-3 cornerstone content/page to your site that will generate interest or particularly educate your visitors. Thinking outside of the box to make your products look prettier in the eyes of your audiences will enhance the linkability of your site.
  • Content ideas – Resources page, awards, List of top ranking blogs in your industry (based on traffic rank, authority, etc…), best of the year (ex. “100 best movies of 2011), infographics (ex. “lifecycle of mobile phones), free downloadable ebook or extremely interesting videos.

8. Video sitemap

  • Adding a video sitemap to your site is very efficient, since it can help your site generate traffic through universal search as videos posted within your site can improve its own search rankings for highly competitive keywords. Here’s how to create a video sitemap

9. Search feature

  • Builds up the site’s usability, particularly if it’s placed on all the pages of the site.
  • Designating this feature to a much visible section of the site will make it easier for your site’s visitors to find what they are exactly seeking for.
  • Also used as a signal for search rankings by Google’s search algorithm.

10. Treat category pages as an independent homepage/landing page

  • Dealing with your category pages as a separate homepage will enhance its own Pagerank, which will be very beneficial to your product pages indexation and search rankings (whether it’s a subdomain “http://nokia.examplestore.com” or a folder in your site “http://examplestore.com/nokia”).
  • Build high quality and dofollow links directing to your category pages (which I will be explaining more below).
  • It’s also important to have a separate category or landing page for branded items, especially for brands that are being specifically searched by users.

11. Include a blog section

  • If your ecommerce site has no blog section yet, then you better start adding one because it benefits your site in so many ways.
  • It allows your site to generate more organic traffic as blog posts have good chances of getting higher search rankings for long tail keywords related to your industry (through the blog posts’ titles).
  • Entries on your blogs, particularly those that are intentionally created to inform and educate readers can massively improve your site’s lead generation and conversions.
  • Can certainly improve the site’s internal linking structure, in which it can be advantageous for the site in ranking for more relevant search terms.
  • It allows your business to develop relationships with your readers as well as with other sites that have similar theme through interaction.
  • It puts emphasis to your brand’s expertise in the industry as you showcase it through publishing useful, entertaining and educational content.

12. Site’s speed

  • Remove unnecessary plugins and applications to enhance the loading speed of your site’s pages.
  • Employing GZIP compression for pages that have larger html size.
  • Speeding up your site’s loading process will strengthen your visitors’ mood that can lead to conversion. Search engine crawlers also give high scores for this site’s usability aspect that can help boost its search rankings.

13. Accessibility

  • Keeping product pages 3 clicks away from the homepage is a very constructive structural strategy for your site, given that the link juice flowing from the site’s homepage will easily reach those vital sales pages.
  • Getting them crawled regularly is very important and that’s why treating your category pages as independent landing pages is a smart move – as I’ve mentioned above.
  • Making your site’s structure easy-to-navigate for users will enhance its conversion rate.

14. Trust indicators

  • Well optimized about, contact and support (email ticketing) pages.
  • Presence of physical business address and local numbers.
  • Photos of business founder(s) and staff members.
  • Privacy policy, terms and agreement, disclaimer, disclosure and user testimonials page.
  • Certificate badges from associations and/or organizations.

Internal Linking Strategies

15. Related products

  • Including a section for related products on each of your product pages can help improve their search rankings, as these links are considered as very relevant votes, particularly if rich keyphrases were used as the links’ anchor texts.
  • Can somehow improve sales as your pages suggest other related products that might be of their interests. However, this method may sometimes distract your visitors, depending on its placement.

16. Category pages should link to products with keyword rich anchor texts

17. Create separate product information pages that link to product sales pages

  • Product information pages can contain more in-depth descriptions or specifications of the site’s offered products that will direct readers to the main product page (through call to action and keyword rich text links). Basically, it’s a support page which aims to help boost the product pages’ SERP rankings.
  • You can as well choose to cross-link the two pages, wherein the product page can link to its particular information page by displaying a link that explains they can read more about the product.

18. Product comparison pages

  • Comparing your top products will help your visitors in making wise decisions in purchasing and it also generates highly relevant internal links to your top products.

19. FAQ pages linking to site’s important pages

20. Highlight your top products through sidebar widget

21. Produce  blog posts that will act as support pages for your product pages

  • Content ideas – written/video reviews, best selling products of the month, newly added products, product A vs. product B, etc…
  • Use keyword rich anchor text links when linking to your product pages.
  • Images of the posts can link to the product pages.

Off-site Optimization

Content Distribution

22. Ebook distribution

  • Create a useful content in PDF format, which links out to important pages in your site. The concept of the content may focus on giving guides, price list or your own research about the industry.
  • Distributing the content can be done through directories (such as Docstoc, Scribd and Eric.ed.gov), reaching out to bloggers for them to upload and promote your free Ebook and by promoting through your own blog.

23. Press release and news submission

  • This method can certainly provide high quality links to your site, and it can as well amplify your brand if your news gets syndicated and picked up by other news articles as a source over the web.
  • It’s important that you first do a comprehensive research about the angle of your news story (ex. industry expert interviews, charity work, upcoming events, state of your market, analysis/reactions or current business performance and findings) before creating your press release. Gathering your contacts in media for a smooth sailing publication process is also a vital part of this research. You can read more about this method at Distilled’s Online PR tutorial.

24. Video product review

  • Submitting your product reviews or other interesting videos related to your business on video sites like Youtube, Vimeo and Metacafe can boost your product pages’ search rankings, especially if they are linking to it.
  • Video sites are known to be a good traffic source, given that users mostly search for visually appealing reviews about products that they are interested to purchase. It can also help generate relevant and organic traffic to your site as these pages from highly trusted sites can rank on its own on search result pages (mostly for long tail keywords).

25. Image and infograph distribution or link building through image submissions/bookmarking

26. Submit Product Feeds to Product Comparison/Review Sites and Shopping Engines

Source: Shopping Portals and Comparison Shopping Engines

Link Building and Brand Development

27. Reverse engineer competitors’ links

  • Analyzing your competitors’ links is an imperative phase of any SEO campaign, mainly to understand how they are ranking for certain keywords (which you want to rank for).
  • Acquiring links from authority pages or domains where your competitors are getting their links from can help you achieve the same results.
  • A thorough competitor analysis will also allow you to know what methods best work in your industry as seen from what your competitors have done to obtain good rankings.
  • You can use tools such as Open Site Explorer to track your top competitors’ links. It’s best to choose 10 – 20 competitors to monitor.

28. Reach out to bloggers and build relationships

  • Engage with bloggers that provides content related to your products by regularly following their blogs and leaving sensible comments, sharing their posts and connecting with them via social media, personal email messages or phone calls.
  • Request for your products to be reviewed if it’s possible, and offer incentives to increase the chances of getting the request approved.

29. Guest blogging

  • In choosing the blogs to submit your guest blog entries, focus on blogs that provide information related to your site’s theme and are specifically targeting the same market as yours. The blog should also have high Pagerank and traffic (can be determined through low Alexa Traffic ranking) to make the most out of the technique (in generating highly relevant traffic and of high quality backlinks)
  • It’s best to direct the links that you’ll be acquiring from this method to your category pages – using their targeted keywords as anchor texts – and to your homepage using your brand as its anchor text.
  • Make your guest entries extremely relevant to your targeted keywords as well as to its target destination pages, and of course – promote your guest posts to make it a strong linking page.

30. Contact suppliers, dealers or manufacturers for links and offer to write a review or testimonial of their products.

31. Branding through community participation

  • Build your online store’s brand by providing useful information about the products you are selling through related forum threads and questions posted on Q&A sites. Link to informative contents published in your site as your resource whenever it’s possible.

32. Brand monitoring

  • Monitoring your brand/mentions of your brand over the web and social media through Google Alerts can help you acquire more quality links that are really intended to your site, particularly to articles that have cited your brand with no link attribution, wherein you can request for a link placement or links with your preferred anchor texts.
  • In setting up your Google Alerts, it’s also important that you include your targeted keywords on its daily reports to keep track of what you’re competitors are currently doing, to find more relevant linking opportunities and also to generate more content ideas for your own campaign.

33. Encourage your users to make positive product reviews

  • You can give incentives such as freebies, discounts or coupons to persuade your past customers to make a positive review about your products through your newsletter or a blog post.
  • Users can make a review of your products on the list of product comparison sites and shopping engines listed above.
  • Garnering positive reviews through those given sites will optimize your product pages’ search rankings through Google product search.

34. Encourage your staff members to link to your site through their social media profiles or blogs/websites (if they have).

35. Sponsor or organize contests

  • Collaborating with other online stores and/or bloggers to organize a contest can produce massive quality and natural links to your site. It’s also a win-win-win situation for the sponsors, hosting site and participants.
  • Contests can expose your brand to a wider range of audience.

36. Establish business-related link partnerships

  • Find online stores that offer related products (if you’re selling shirts, find stores that exclusively sell jeans, accessories, shoes or basically products that you are not offering on your site) and try to build a linking relationship. You can help promote each other’s products through product feeds placed on both websites and/or a simple thematic link exchange.
  • It benefits both sites as the generated traffic is very relevant and doesn’t conflict with the other site’s interest.

37. Leverage the site’s domain authority, Pagerank and trust by building quality links to its important pages (homepage, categories and resource pages) from authority sites in your industry. This will enhance your product pages rankings on SERPs. By quality, it means links:

  • From high authority domains (can be measured through SEOmoz toolbar)
  • Sites that have high Pagerank (homepage)
  • Pages that have high Mozrank and Page Authority (SEOmoz toolbar)
  • From pages that are topically relevant to your site
  • That are visible to readers (link’s placement is within the body copy)
  • With dofollow attribute

38. Link out

  • Linking out or making a shout out to your loyal followers through your social networking accounts or blog posts is also a good way to establish company-customer relationships. This in turn can lead to word of mouth or more natural links from your followers.
  • Voluntarily mention and promote events (charity, conferences, webinars, etc…) in your industry to help your business build more relationships – eventually potential link partners. It also allows you to produce unique and useful content in your blog that can improve readership and increase your blog’s subscribers.

39. Google Product Search Optimization

  • Submit your products to Google Product Search.
  • Optimize your submitted products by making use of all the attributes in defining your products for higher relevance and better search rankings – get to know more on how you can optimize these attributes here.
  • Acquire positive user reviews from the list of sites cited above as much as you can to improve your products’ performance on Google Product Search.

40. Constant Link Search

  • Always seek for link opportunities and suitable linking targets; because once you’ve reached the top, your competitors will never stop in trying to outrank you – make this part of your campaign’s daily tasks

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Jason Acidre

Jason Acidre is Co-Founder and CEO of Xight Interactive, marketing consultant for Affilorama and Traffic Travis, and also the sole author of this SEO blog. You can follow him on Twitter @jasonacidre and on Google+.

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Randy @ InternetMarketingRemarks March 15, 2011 at 3:02 pm

Jason – Thanks for the comprehensice review. An issue that I have been struggling with is whether every SKU should have it’s own unique page, particularly different colored versions of the same item. Not really great for usability to spawn lots of pages because it requires an extra click rather than just hitting a drop down box. Also Google seems to treat single SKU pages very inconsistently. Sometimes they rank well, and sometimes these thin content pages just seem to dilute page authority


Kaiserthesage March 18, 2011 at 1:27 am

I agree, making a dropbox for selecting other versions/colors of the same product is more efficient (both for users and site’s crawling structure). Including images of different colored versions of the product (with alt text attribute and keyword rich caption) in the page can also help in making it more relevant to long tail search queries.


Samskriti Solutions March 15, 2011 at 11:42 pm

Best article for E commerce website.. really impressed with the article.. thanks for sharing..


Ecommerce Web Design March 16, 2011 at 3:12 am

Optimizing an ecommerce website is not as much simple as a static site. Your blog really contains the nice strategies to optimize an ecommerce website. Thanks for posting such an informative blog


Jet March 10, 2012 at 9:46 pm

Kaiser, really enjoyed reading your post. You have some great info here. So, you are also from the Philippines?


Mark Carter March 16, 2011 at 3:18 am

I’m really impressed. A very good E-commerce SEO post. One of the best reads i have had in a long time. Well done!


lawmacs March 16, 2011 at 7:36 am

Another one of those great post Jason points 12 ,13 and 15 are very important points to consider espescially the time your site takes to load.


Ahsan March 16, 2011 at 9:06 pm

informative post for new bloggers. The article is so long but every point is important here. Keep good work


Dennis Edell@ Direct Sales Marketing March 22, 2011 at 1:32 pm

Hey Jason,

Thanks for dropping over to my place, I hope to see you around more often.
On that note, i just subscribed here. Being as e-commerce/direct sales is my life’s work in different ways, this post in-particular really caught my attention. :)


SEO Italiano March 31, 2011 at 4:17 am

Great post and great strategies. It’s the first time that I drop to your blog and I have to say that the information you provide is incredibly worthful.

Thank you very much for sharing your knowledge with your readers. I will follow you without any doubts!!!


Utah SEO April 5, 2011 at 1:14 am

I am a new SEO, and reading this entire article helps me a lot. Can I save this page for my personal study? Thanks for consideration. It will help me a lot. I tried to post and post what I think is essential for every blog, forum and the like but they turn it into a spam. I think the world is so unfair about this. but thanks for the tips. I will surely put it into my heart..


Creative Designer April 11, 2011 at 1:02 am

All websites now that share information to all like tips or techniques and others should have a blog so we can have followers who we can interact with, maybe even potential clients. Videos are also helpful especially if they are interesting to watch, it may become viral and in some way do good for our business.


Jun Baranggan April 19, 2011 at 5:51 pm

Quite a long list there Jason. Very helpful though in doing SEO for e-commerce sites and non-ecommerce sites as well.

Great job!


Oncelot Directory May 9, 2011 at 7:58 am

Best article for E commerce website.. Well,,videos are also helpful especially if they are interesting to watch..really impressed with the article.. thanks for sharing..


Office Furniture May 20, 2011 at 12:51 pm

I have to say, this is one of the most helpful, and well stated ecommerce articles I’ve come across. Thank you so much.


shannon@ professional seo consultant July 15, 2011 at 12:24 am

Good seo article for ecommerce sites. There are interesting pointers and videos there that are the key points. Be a professional seo consultant or hire someone so that the site could increase dramatically after setting it up or newly made. In order to achieve great results this article should be followed and apply the strategies found here.


Asa July 15, 2011 at 2:15 pm

Excellent advice! I was looking for hints on how SEO on ecommerce sites may differ from ‘normal’ SEO. Any thoughts on how exensive internal linking (eg related products) may distract customers and give low conversion rates? It’s mentioned briefly in #15.


John@Medical Scrubs September 3, 2011 at 6:30 am

This is the most comprehensive advice I’ve seen for ecommerce sites. Thanks for the ideas! Product reviews are particularly important and I like the contest suggestion. We will definitely be putting some of your ideas to work.


Noel Addison@Web Development Ventura September 6, 2011 at 3:20 am

This is a huge list of SEO strategies here! I agree that it is quite difficult to make an SEO plan for E-commerce website. Thanks for sharing your thoughts on this topic Jason.


jay @ seo specialist September 7, 2011 at 8:52 pm

A lot of info shared on this blog. Really a big help for me who is a newbie at SEO. I will be considering this strategies specially if i have clients with e commerce websites. Thanks for this useful blog jason.


Lyuben Georgiev October 2, 2011 at 10:14 pm

Thankks for all those great ideas. I am trying the eBook distribution and I found a decent list of document and ebook sharing websites at Warrior Forum. However, from around 30 websites, I managed to get links from 20 of them, so I was wondering whether you can mention some more such websites or even make a separate post about this topic.

Another thing that puzzles me is whether the links within the eBook pass linkjuice at all. What is your experience with this? Please share ;)



KJ D'Costa October 25, 2011 at 11:15 pm

Jason, this is by far the most concise list of SEO for e-commerce advice I have come across. It’s a well organized blue-print. I would only ad one caveat to what you’ve written in regard to P.R. distribution sites – I’d take some time to investigate whether the service you are considering offers HTML editing. If it doesn’t, you still get some benefit, but I rather use a service that can accommodate anchor text also.


CPC_Andrew@EcommerceSEOStrategy February 12, 2012 at 8:54 am

Great post Jason. Regarding #2, “Regularly updated section on homepage (for static webpage)

Inclusion of recent blog posts or twitter updates.”

Would switching out a special offer section / warranties / best deals for Holidays (Valentines, Christmas, St. Patrick’s Day, etc) achieve the same goal, or do you think sharing recent blog posts / social activity is the best way to go?

Also for #26 there’s really only 10 comparison shopping engines that will drive a majority of traffic and sales to your webstore so bothering with the others on the list is going to be a waste and is better spent optimizing your landing pages or working on a blog strategy.

The ten are:

Google Product Search
Amazon Product Ads
Bing Shopping
The Find

Source: http://cpcstrategy.com/blog/2012/02/cpc-strategy-releases-q4-2011-top-10-comparison-shopping-engine-rankings-study/

We also just put out an updated version of what online retailers should focus on SEO wise in 2012. It’s a great compliment to this post: http://cpcstrategy.com/blog/2012/02/ecommerce-seo-strategy/

I’d love to collaborate with you on one of these posts in the future, it’s so easy to talk about what strategies need to be done but executing an SEO strategy is extremely hard. Trying to help online retailers develop that SEO plan and then incorporate it into every day job functions for the entire team.


Shubham March 12, 2012 at 7:31 am

Hi Kaiser,

Great article, One of the best SEO article I ever read. I didn’t knew that we can even submit Video sitemap. Anyways Thank. I learnt a lot.



joe bittner March 20, 2012 at 9:02 pm

As a new manager of E-Commerce of a speciality indoor and outdoor retailer your blog is very informative and to the point. I will certainly be using these suggestions. Thank you.


abeens April 23, 2012 at 12:50 am

Was googling on seo for ecommerce, but this post provides massive information. definitely helpful.


JoenRudeFalsner April 24, 2012 at 5:11 pm

Very very useful information. Thanks a bunch. This will benefit any business that want to excel online.

Take care



Austadpro May 10, 2012 at 6:41 am

This is a great list you put together. I work with a handful of e-commerce websites and these are the tactics I’ve been using. Especially since Panda and now Penguin. It’s nice to see it all in a list and to know that I’m doing the right thing.


Gary June 25, 2012 at 4:05 pm

Thanks for pulling together a genuinely great post. Loads of good ideas here for generating content and links for ecommerce sites which are always really hard to promote using white hat SEO. Thanks for taking the time doing this, I have already bookmarked this one for the future.


Harry July 3, 2012 at 12:49 am

Thanks for sharing almost a complete E-commerce guide and your submission list. I feel happy as now I won’t get confused handling ecommerce sites.


Stefanie July 17, 2012 at 8:15 am

What a lifesaver! I’m an Ecommerce Manager getting ready to launch 2 redeveloped stores and tasked with creating a new content strategy. This has helped me so much!! Thank you


Country Flora July 23, 2012 at 12:08 am

Kaiser, there was no way I wasn’t bookmarking this.

To be honest, most SEO teams are still stuck in that pre Panda rut of directories and articles and that is never going to cut it, atleast not now when social signals are gaining immense importance and dare I say it, will be the most important criterion in 2015.

Awesome post!! Would be a huge help to a lot of DIY SEO folks, like me.


Ron C. August 30, 2012 at 11:30 am

Thank you for this great information.

I wonder if it is better to have your blog on a different domain (or subdomain) as your ecommerce site, or implemented on the same site as your ecommerce site? What is better for SEO, internal linking or linking back and forth between two domains?

Thanks again…great post!


Mike September 3, 2012 at 4:12 am

The list is impressive, but could we cut it to 5-10 most essential impact-making techniques?


John September 25, 2012 at 12:39 am

Great article to get some good ideas about ecommerce SEO Strategies. But i need some help i want to know about How do we transition the E commerce website URL to rank high in the US?
Please give your opinion about this asap.


Mercedes@Luxury Spa Breaks September 28, 2012 at 5:06 am

Hello! I’ve been reading your blog for a while now and finally got the courage to go ahead and give you a shout out from Huffman Tx! Just wanted to tell you keep up the good work!


Matz October 24, 2012 at 5:37 am

I really admire reading your posts Jason. It’s worth reading.


Mitch December 1, 2012 at 7:12 pm

This is a good resource. I hope you can add more to
this in the future, specially other topics which have not been featured yet.


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Prem May 8, 2013 at 3:31 am

Now, am complete fan of yours Mr. Jason Acidre. I went on reading your posts. This is called awesomeness. Keep it up.


Jan Christian May 14, 2013 at 4:09 am

Reading this very helpful seo tips from a filipino like me makes me really proud. I will definitely going to use this strategy, thank you!


Goods.ph May 28, 2013 at 12:36 am

Thanks for this great e-commerce tips! I really hope I can improve our site using this


andri July 3, 2013 at 10:19 am

I have been practicing seo for several years but this article open up my mind that there is a different seo strategy when it comes to commerce business. Thanks for sharing this, it helps a lot.


Gowtham September 20, 2013 at 4:34 am

Very useful list indeed, but, I believe one important thing is missing. It would work wonders if one makes use of Schema[dot]org parameters and html tags, so that Search Engines get the know the information on the page better.


Jane November 20, 2013 at 10:32 am

Hi Jason, thanks for this article, did you try maybe to promote your website and get visitors by using some profitable phrases/keywords on your website (title, headlines, content). By using good niche keywords you can position your page in the first results of Google and get many new visitors. There are even some tools which help to find such keywords like Metrics11


Bat dong san December 8, 2013 at 8:22 pm

Hi Jason, thanks for this article. very good


Shrikrishnap December 12, 2013 at 10:52 pm

Thanks Jaosn. This is an excellent article on ecommerce SEO strategy. It made my thought process much more clearer & to put my ecommerce seo strategy in place.


Daniel December 15, 2013 at 4:00 pm

Jason that list is very extensive. Appreciated. This is one of the first things I’ll be pulling up on our next SEO for ecommerce project.


Satendra Kumar April 7, 2014 at 12:42 pm

Really it is very useful helpful and useful SEO strategies for E-commerce website.Thanks for sharing such a important article . I am really thanks to you.


Mike Moloney June 7, 2014 at 10:50 pm

By far the most comprehensive list of eCommerce SEO tips I have ever come across. Thanks so much for putting this together Jason. My favorite part was how actionable the tips were. While I read this post I implemented atleast 10 of the suggested tips into my site, strategy, and plan for growing.

Thanks so much for putting this together.


Ankur August 15, 2014 at 11:22 pm

Thanks Jason,

Excellent info. I was looking for the same and got from here.
Good work.!!


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