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  1. #1
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    Ecommerce SEO Optimization

    Hi folks,
    I have +5 years of experience in SEO but never work on eCommerce website before.
    Now, I wonder that, how eCommerce SEO is different from regular SEO.
    Does really have any difference between them.

    Any help is appreciated.
    Thanks

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    ‘Search Engine Optimization’ is just that....

    From a GOOGLE Search:

    "Search engine optimization (SEO) is the practice of getting targeted traffic to a website from a search engine’s organic rankings. Common tasks associated with SEO include creating high-quality content, optimizing content around specific keywords, and building backlinks.

    In other words:

    SEO is all about improving a site’s rankings in the organic (non-paid) section of the search results."

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    Hello there

    The way I see it, eCommerce SEO is different from regular SEO in a few key ways:

    1. eCommerce sites tend to have more product pages than other types of websites, so there's more opportunity for keyword optimization.

    2. eCommerce sites typically have more shopping cart abandonment than other types of websites, so optimizing the checkout process is key.

    3. Shopping engines are a big part of the eCommerce landscape, so optimizing the site for those engines is essential.

    4. eCommerce stores often sell unique products that can't be found on other sites, so developing unique content around those products is important.

    I hope this helps a little.

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    While the fundamentals of technical SEO are largely the same across all sectors, eCommerce SEO presents certain particularly distinctive technical SEO challenges that are uncommon on other sorts of websites.

    The most frequent problems include handling multilayer navigation, duplicating material, various sorting options, crawling problems, particular microdata markup, etc.


    Even if the game's rules were quite different, there were still some notable distinctions between SEO for eCommerce websites and SEO for other types of websites, such as corporate, local, and news websites.



    Today, there are many differences between optimising an eCommerce website for major search engines and optimising any other form of websit

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    Everyday retail products are different from niche markets, and SEO can't get good results. But for niche SEO and building your user community, SEO can be very effective.
    SEO for things like cocktail gear, model airplanes, etc. is very feasible.
    If you can build a community on your site, use a Saas type service that is inexpensive and allows your users to provide content for your SEO. User engagement is one of the paths that e-commerce sites can take to do better.

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    Ecommerce Product SEO

    Hi Friends
    I'm new to SEO and I'm wondering if the products in an eCommerce website need to optimize individually. Because large eCommerce websites have thousands of products and it will be very difficult to optimize individual products.

    Any help is appreciated.
    Thanks

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