An Ecommerce SEO Strategy creates a roadmap for success on search engines. We create tailored strategies for clients that focus on driving the right traffic to your site that will convert to sales.
The Right Ecommerce SEO Strategy For Your Business
For the majority of websites, organic search is the primary source of traffic. We create an SEO strategy to deliver maximum growth and revenue for your ecommerce store.
Our strategic, long-term outlook means that your organic rankings are sustainable. We don’t go after quick spikes of traffic, instead favouring an approach that targets keywords and audiences that contribute towards sustainable growth.
Keyword research is one of the primary factors of any SEO campaign and a major focus of our Ecommerce SEO Strategies. We find out exactly what people will search for when looking for your product or service, and optimise your website for those terms and bring the traffic in.
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Our SEO Strategy helped Edinburgh Natural Skincare Company grow their organic traffic.
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For driving organic traffic, you need to write an SEO strategy for ecommerce websites. But what should you include in your SEO strategy?
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“Factory Pattern's expertise in SEO has vastly increased our website traffic by 173%. This helps our online sales leads grow month-on-month. We now rank on page one of Google for over 23 keywords.
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What is an SEO strategy?
An SEO strategy is the process of organising your website's content by topic to improve your chances of appearing higher on search results pages to gain more organic traffic.
What Is The Difference Between On-Page SEO and Technical SEO?
On-page SEO covers your page's content, meta tags and images. They are the page elements that are visible to users.
Technical SEO, on the other hand, is all about how Google crawls and indexes your site. This includes site speed, structured data, canonicalisation, XML sitemaps, hreflang, and more.