“I have tried MANY different Facebook ads, I’ve tried eBay, I’ve tried google adwords and I have testimonials from industry experts stating how great the product is, I have worked with Instagram and YouTube influencers. I have spent a lot of money and time pursuing pretty much every angle I can think of. I’m exausted.”
Now another misbelief is to get better performance from revenue keywords I have to add more pages to my site. But, revenue-based SEO says you can get higher performance from revenue keywords by prioritizing landing pages that bring in buyers and then give buyers the signals and info they want to make a buying decision.
Here’s an excerpt from my webinar: Revenue-based SEO for Ecommerce
Identify traffic sources and keywords with the most impact on KPIs and revenue.
In Google Analytics, go to Acquisition > All Traffic > Channels. But if you have Google Analytics Ecommerce setup for your store you will see revenue for each channel and more detail about which keywords brought in revenue.
You’ve carefully selected your keywords, incorporated them into your site and content strategically and you have some good links pointing at your site… But Google just isn’t ranking your site near the top. What’s the problem?
Search engines and Google in particular are not as dependent on technical signals as they once were.
More business websites than ever have been optimized to some degree for search rankings, so how does G decide which ones to rank on the first page?
Tell us a little about your target audience and why you use facebook to engage them.
Our target audience are women between the ages of 35-55 who love decorating for Christmas. We engage them by getting them excited about our products by showing pictures, playing contests, free item giveaways and even asking for feedback.
Ever feel like you’re up against the “big boys” when trying to get your product pages ranked?
Matt Cutts answers the question: Why do Amazon.com pages tend to rank well for product queries?
Most people who read this blog are way beyond setting up their website and product pages and I don’t think Steve K (the guy who asked this question), really needed Matt to tell him to setup a home page for his book or product.
Net-a-porter makes 32% of it’s revenues (over $1.5 million dollars per month!) off the back of email newsletters.
The Direct Marketing Association says the ROI of email marketing is as high as $43 per $1 spent. As evidenced by Net-a-porter, building up an email markeitng list can be incredibly valuable – the secret lies in how to maximise the effectiveness of your list.
Below I’ve laid out a proven tactic for lifting your e-commerce newsletter conversions. This is a trick used only by the savviest of email marketers though it is now easy enough to do that any online store can make the most of it.
It’s common knowledge that the amount of mobile devices being used to connect to the internet has been increasing in recent years with the advent of smart phones, but what about other mobile devices? One device in particular, the mobile tablet, has become popular with U.S. consumers as not only a means to surf the web, but a way to purchase products.
The truth of the matter is that a number of businesses already know that tablet-using consumers are just the right demographic to profit from. This is evident by the numerous Fortune 500 companies like Microsoft, Google and Amazon that have already put marketing strategies in place for the next five years which specifically target tablet users.
I have used Google Analytics for the past two years, with particular intensity over the last eight months and it dawned on me that, up until the last few months, I had never made extensive use of the ‘Dashboard’ feature. Like my old self, most users I talk to spend their time in the various reports and, in many cases, don’t make use of the extended functionality that Google Analytics has to offer at all.
It’s worth noting that Google Analytics is an extremely powerful tool. The main reason I have begun using the dashboard is easy access: I wanted a way to check my analytics each day and get a full overview of the actionable metrics for my business. There is so much going on inside Google Analytics that you really need to do this.
An old school of thought says that making it pink – whatever it is you’re selling – will automatically make it appeal to females. Thankfully, the folks at Mediative decided to study the purchasing power of women who use the internet, rather than just hazard a guess. They wanted to know who these women are, what they do, where they go and which trends are essential to online marketing success.
What they found were three distinct categories – young women, professionals and digital moms – each with unique needs and habits.