Ecommerce SEO Consultant

Ecommerce store to another level

What is Ecommerce SEO?

SEO is a critical necessity for e-commerce websites. SEO will help increase your organic search traffic, and help your ecommerce site rank higher in search engines. With so many users using Google to research purchasing decisions, both at home and on the go, need an optimized website and product pages.

Whether you operate a standalone e-commerce website or sell on Amazon, eBay, Etsy, Walmart – or both –  e-commerce SEO experts have the experience to boost your organic sales traffic, reduce your ad spend and drive more ready to buy customers to your site and product listings while also helping to build your brand.

What to expect from an Ecommerce SEO expert?

transform your store into an online retail powerhouse.

People start their online shopping journey with a
Google search 44%
All traffic to ecommerce sites comes from search
Engines 37%

Setting up an online store is easy—it’s getting consumers’ attention and turning them into loyal customers that’s hard. With e-commerce SEO consultancy , you can maximize reach and transform your store into an online retail powerhouse.

Intelligent E-Commerce SEO Consultancy

Intelligent eCommerce SEO is designed to understand customer’s journey better, how they think, what they need, and how they search for solutions. Using data while incorporating SEO, content marketing, and more to create and execute effective strategies that guarantee long-term growth and great organic SEO results.

Growing Online Store With E-Commerce SEO

For eCommerce SEO to work for you, it can’t be something undertaken with minimal effort. To boost sales with SEO, you’ll need a team in place that’s experienced with eCommerce SEO best practices – not just SEO best practices – and is with you for the long haul, not just for the short term.

Ecommerce Platforms & Marketplaces

You CAN'T FIX what you CAN'T SEE


Dev System

Ecommerce SEO Includes

SEO Audits

Targeting keywords for local SEO services will bring them to the forefront of the SERP, thereby magnifying the reach and helping the business grow.

Technical SEO

Effective local link building campaigns make a difference in not just local organic rankings but also in pack rankings.

On-page Implementation

Search engines need to know the nature of your business and location of operations to rank you for appropriate searches.

Off-page Implementation

Google My Business is a great tool for Local Search Exposure, which works for small and large businesses.

Schema Implementation

Effective ratings and reviews help business’s in local packs. Ratings and reviews can be effectively used to improve your business’s search rankings.

Content Strategy

We go that extra mile to ensure that our reports work just as well for businesses with one or multiple locations.

Ecommerce SEO FAQs

Most frequent questions and answers

So, you have a stunning eCommerce website. It’s visually appealing, easy and efficient to navigate, and is stocked with well-priced goods that are in demand.

Now you just have to attract shoppers to your store. It does not matter if the store is a standalone website or a storefront on a third-party marketplace such as Amazon, Etsy or eBay. If consumers can’t find you, they have no way of knowing how cool your site looks, how great your products are or how valuable your offers. Organic eCommerce SEO offers businesses of all sizes a reliable, proven way to drive traffic to your store so you can show them what you’ve got.

89 per cent of consumers are using search engines to inform their purchase decisions. Effective SEO will drive some of them – the ones interested in the kinds of products you sell – to your store. From there, the sales pitch is up to you

Yes, as it is a very important part of the overall process. We will help you ensure that every step your customers take on their journey ‘through’ your inventory leads them to the right places, offers the information they are looking for and guides them to the destination you want them to head ultimately; the checkout.

It is, but often it needs to be conducted in a different way to a standard SEO keyword research project. Amazon, for instance, has its own search engine called A3. Therefore an Amazon seller will need to look at how searches work there and in popular off Amazon search engines like Google and Bing. This calls for an additional set of skills that not all SEOs have.

When a potential customer lands on your site and is browsing through your products, they will often have questions. For example, if you are a clothing brand, they may want to know the fit of a specific shirt. The picture alone will not tell them that. 

Without a detailed product description that offers them the information they need, it’s probable they will click away to another site, losing you a sale and handing it to your competitor. 

Product descriptions are also important for SEO. But they need to be written carefully, and according to the style of the platform, you sell on. You need to include keywords without keyword stuffing and offer the information people are looking for in a clear, concise way.

It’s tempting to use product descriptions from the manufacturer, and they usually have no issue with you doing so. Search engines, and consumers, will though. Google won’t credit you for the content as it is not original, and consumers are likely to be turned off as this kind of copy is usually very dry and boring. 

An e-commerce SEO campaign ensures that unique product descriptions are created to avoid duplicate content on all product and category pages. It is extra work and perhaps even an extra expense for e-commerce site owners but is the only way a product’s page or listing will have a chance of ranking well in SERPs.

Absolutely, and it should be updated often with new, engaging content. Blogging is not only a good way to offer search engines more relevant, keyword-optimized content to crawl but also as a way to engage customers as well.

Savvy shoppers seldom purchase a product without knowing how it’s going to work for them. They read the good, the not-so-good, and the downright ugly reviews to make the all-important decision: should I pull out my wallet and take the plunge?

The immediate benefit of reviews is that they can make your future customers feel more confident purchasing from you. The more reviews you have, the more convinced a shopper will be that they’re making the right decision.

Reviews can help increase a store’s online presence, too. Since customer feedback appears on each product’s page, reviews can help pages be found on search engines via unique keywords. And in the case of Amazon, eBay and Walmart, all of which have their own search algorithms that differ from Google’s, reviews are a part of the overall SERPs evaluation.

Reviews help offsite too. If customers share products they’ve reviewed across their social networks, it’s more exposure for those products and your brand.

Did you know that Google’s image search, in itself, is one of the world’s most commonly searched resources when consumers are looking for products to buy? But Google bots can’t ‘see’ images in the way that we can. They have to be told what the image is via alt tags. So image tags must be optimized so that yours show up in search. 

Image optimization is important for user experience as well. Images that are poorly optimized will load slowly and display poorly on mobile, two things that your customers definitely do not want.

By now, most website owners are aware that Google prefers websites that load fast and then continue to be fast to navigate as a user clicks through them. This is especially true for eCommerce websites.

But it matters even more for users. They want a fast, easy shopping experience. They don’t have the time or patience to wait around for product pages to load.

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