Posts Tagged "seo"

SEO: Tips & Tricks to Stay Relevant

Sep 25 2017

Today’s #EcomChat will be on an interesting topic, so please do share the link and encourage others to join us. Today we will be tackling SEO but looking at how…

The Future of Search

Jan 11 2016

#EcomChat on Monday 11th January will discuss “The future of search”. As usual, the last 12 months witnessed a lot of change in organic and paid search, both significant (e.g. the…

What does the new Google local pack mean for SEO?

Sep 01 2015

In August Google updated its local search results pack. There are several implications for SEO and this blog outlines my take on the impact of this update. For a detailed…

Pandas and Content for Ecommerce

Jul 27 2015

#EcomChat on Monday 27th July will discuss “Panda and the importance of content for ecommerce and #SEO”. In case you missed it, Google pushed out a Panda refresh last week. It’s…

SEO And The Art of Link Building

Feb 17 2014

Here is the summary of the session on “SEO And The Art of Link Building”. There was plenty of fantastic input from SEO practitioners,  Ecommerce Directors, Managers, Agency & in-house…

(not provided) – The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

Oct 12 2013

This week’s #EcomChat was on “(not provided)”. As ever, it was a one-hour live chat session on Twitter. There were 3 questions designed to get to the heart of what…

Search Marketing & Affiliates

Sep 27 2013

This week #EcomChat explored the relationship between search marketing and affiliates and how they could be integrated. The following writeup was from @JackSaville1, covering the key topics of the hour.…

Practical SEO for Ecommerce

Aug 30 2013

The #EcomChat session on “Practical SEO for Ecommerce” proved as popular as we expected because we’ve all got an opinion on SEO! Below are a few of the excellent comments…

Content Strategy vs. Content Marketing

Aug 15 2013

The #EcomChat session on “Content Strategy vs. Content Marketing” stirred up a hornets nest of emotion around whether or not the phrase “content marketing” is a load of old cobblers…