Increase visitor engagement with a product Q&A section

Thursday, February 19th, 2015

SEO-Cart is constantly adding new features that will help you connect with your customers and increase sales. Our newest feature allows your customers to ask questions about your products, right from your product pages. With the Product Q&A enabled on your store you open up a dialogue that will increase consumer confidence for anyone visiting […]

Google points its finger to better Mobile Usability

Wednesday, October 29th, 2014
Google Webmaster Tools

Mobile usage is increasing. We all know it’s happening and mobile/tablet usage should continue to grow. Google knows this and is letting others know through recent software updates to Chrome and Webmaster Tools. If your existing website is outdated and not optimized for mobile and other non-desktop devices, you could be losing out on traffic and […]

Utilizing Twitter Product Cards for your Ecommerce Website

Monday, October 6th, 2014
Twitter logo

Twitter product cards help facilitate rich product data from your website to Twitter. If a tweet is posted or retweeted with a product page URL with Twitter cards enabled, the tweet will include not only the product name, but the image, price, SKU, and a short product description to help engage more click-throughs and ultimately more sales. […]

Display your Customer Service Telephone Number and Contact Us Form

Sunday, August 24th, 2014

One of the first things customers look for when visiting an e-commerce website is the customer service or business contact information.  It is very important that a customer looking to purchase product or services from an e-commerce website can clearly see how to contact customer service if they have a pre-sales or post-sales question or […]

Increase E-commerce Conversion Rates with Abandoned Shopping Cart Notifications

Friday, August 8th, 2014

If you run an online store, it is a fact that you will eventually have someone abandoned their shopping cart. There are two levels of shopping cart abandonment: Customers who add items to their shopping cart without logging in to their account or entering any customer information. Customers who add items to their shopping cart, […]

Micro Formatted Breadcrumbs

Tuesday, May 6th, 2014

Recently, we have enabled micro-formatted data for breadcrumbs within SEO-Cart. Scouring the Internet, there seems to be a lot of ambiguity and gray areas when it comes to the markup for breadcrumb data. With a little help from W3C’s proposed breadcrumb schema, we thought we would clear some things up here: Breadcrumb rich snippet data is […]

Automatically Generated Related Products

Tuesday, January 14th, 2014

The only people who know your products better than you are your customers. Making sure that customers get what they need from your eCommerce store is important and SEO-Cart makes it easy. How can SEO-Cart help? Whenever a customer views a product on your site, SEO-Cart will automatically recommend other products that customers have also […]

How Open Graph Data can help Boost your Company’s Social Networking

Tuesday, December 17th, 2013

It’s no secret that social networks such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and LinkedIn are playing a bigger role in shopping and our every day lives. Luckily, these social networks have seemed to agree on one thing: the Open Graph protocol. The open graph protocol allows meta data to be set on a webpage, making the page […]

Responsive vs. Mobile Website Templates and Why You Should Use Both

Tuesday, November 5th, 2013

It’s no secret that people are using their tablets and mobile phones more and more to browse and shop online. It is important to offer these non-desktop users the best possible experience to help increase conversion rates on your website. Before I get deeper in to the details and reasoning for why to have both, […]

Do not be fooled by the companies who promise top rankings

Wednesday, August 7th, 2013

There are an increasing number of “marketing” companies who offer top rankings in the search engines, particularly in Google’s SERPS (search engine result pages). We strongly discourage the practices of these companies who offer empty promises and spam links to your website across the Internet. Here is an example email that we just received this […]

The Growing Importance of Mobile SEO

Monday, June 24th, 2013
Google Developers

Mobile SEO is becoming more relevant and important as the number of mobile users is significantly growing. Google recently made a post on June 11th, 2013 stating the importance of mobile search engine optimization and that they plan to roll out several ranking changes in the near future that address websites that are misconfigured for smartphone […]

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