If you are running an ecommerce store the title of your category and brand pages carry 3 times more SEO importance than any other on-page content factors (H1 tags, image alt text etc). Here is what you can do to take ...
This is a guest post by Gary Magnone. Gary is the Founder and Chief Strategist at Highrise, a consultancy specializing in online marketing and growth strategy for startups. Hiring an SEO company is never an easy process.
Ecommerce has come a long way in the past 3-5 years. From being something that was done by only large companies with big budgets to now being available to any business or hobbyist, the barriers to selling online have come down significantly.
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