Boost yuletide business with niche ecommerce seo solutions targeted especially at christmas shoppers
Boost Yuletide Business with Niche Ecommerce SEO Solutions Targeted
Especially at Christmas Shoppers
There are fewer shopping days between Black Friday/Cyber Monday and Christmas this year,
than they have been this decade. To ensure that online retailers do not lose out on business
because of this, Submitinme has announced exclusive Ecommerce SEO solutions for small and
medium businesses. These solutions are targeted at consumers across different platforms
including desktops, mobile devices etc.
Some features of the specialty SEO Ecommerce package include;
Coupon Promotion in top 50 sites including retailmenot, couponit, dealigg
Classified Ad Creation and Posting in popular ad sites including buyandsell.com,
Branding in the best 10 sites like retailmenot.com, twtqpon.com, dealspl.us
Press Release writing and distribution in popular sites such as PRBuzz, SBWire, 24-7
press release, i-Newswire, 1888 Press Release & much more!
“2013 is going to be an intense shopping season and retailers are in a mad scramble to make
the most of it. At the end of the day, it’s just going to boil down to how aggressively businesses
have promoted their products,” says a spokesperson for Submitinme.
“This package directly targets the Christmas shopping crowd by promoting businesses on
websites that have a major impact on consumer purchase. We shall focus only on those sites
that are relevant to your business. You can also speak to one of your client relationship
personnel to get more details on these sites,” he adds.
Discounts and coupon offers will play an important role in consumer purchase. In fact, a report
by the US digital media marketing company estimates that nearly 78% of shoppers are planning
to use promotional coupons whilst shopping for Christmas this year. Effective promotion of your
discount coupons and publicity of your products and services on all major sites ensures that you
stay on top of your game.
A survey for the National Retail Federation estimated that around 247 million people spent
around $59.1 billion in Christmas shopping last year. This year, the figures are going to be
better thanks to the improving economy.
To know more, visit, http://www.submitinme.com/ecommerce/ecommerce-solution.aspx