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How Ecommerce Sites Should Really Use Search

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How ecommerce sites can use search marketing to increase traffic and conversions

How ecommerce sites can use search marketing to increase traffic and conversions

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  • 1. @annstanley
  • 2. @annstanleyHow ecommerce websites should really use search! By Ann Stanley, July 2012
  • 3. @annstanley Ecommerce landscape On-site Sales On-site salesSales from Search from other sources marketing (email, affiliates, display ads, social, mobile, (PPC, SEO, shopping comparison, Merchant Centre) voucher sites) Conversion optimisation OtherShopping platforms off-site sales & market places (Social, Mobile, drop shipping, (Amazon, eBay) daily deals sites) Off-site Sales
  • 4. @annstanleySearching for products Display options Organic or natural results Universal results – maps, news, shopping etc.... Ads - PPC
  • 5. @annstanley Summary of different shopping results in Google Keywords = Samsonite luggageOrganic shopping Map results AdWords Products Product Listing ads and Places listings ad extension(Merchant Centre) (Google + Local)
  • 6. @annstanleyGoogle Venice Update
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  • 9. @annstanleyGoogle Panda Update
  • 10. @annstanley Panda Update from 2011 –Optimise for the user, not search engines• Making sure a site is optimised to provide a rich, relevant and rewarding experience for visitors is the best way to avoid Panda penalties, which means: – No duplicate content – All pages to have unique, relevant and useful content (even the 1000s of product pages on ecommerce sites!) – Good levels of interaction on site (low bounce rates, inbound links to „deep‟ pages, social mentions etc…)
  • 11. @annstanley
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  • 13. @annstanley
  • 14. @annstanleyGoogle Fresh Update
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  • 16. @annstanleyGoogle PenguinUpdate
  • 17. @annstanleyPenguin - designed to penalise searchspam!• Keyword stuffing• Link schemes – poor quality and unnatural links• Cloaking, “sneaky” redirects or “doorway” pages• Purposeful duplicate content
  • 18. @annstanleyImportance of Social
  • 19. @annstanley Google‟s SPY World“Search, Plus Your World”
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  • 21. @annstanley Key take-aways• Many ways for your products to appear in the search results – Organic results – do you appear above the fold? – Shopping results (Merchant Centre) – free for how long? – Local listings (Google Plus Local) – don‟t ignore Venice update – Paid ads including Product Listing ads and new Dynamic Search ads• Panda and Penguin may have affected your organic traffic: – Deal with duplicate content issues – Add unique content (category and product pages, user-generated content, multi-media content) – Use of blogs and social sharing – also the Fresh update – Avoid spam (keyword stuffing and dodgy links) – Site interaction, site speed and social signals now influence your search rankings Ann Stanley ann@anicca-solutions.com www.anicca-solutions.com

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