I’ve worked with eCommerce companies around the world, in FMCG, luxury, and Dropshipping.

From duplicate content to poor site architecture and panda penalties, I’ve seen and fixed it all.

Organic (as a channel) can provide a substantial and consistent stream of both traffic (and revenue) for your Ecommerce website, and getting your Ecommerce store into good traffic driving (and revenue-driving) positions in Google, Bing, and Yandex is not as complicated as it may seem – as long as you’re doing the right things.

Not being complicated should not however be confused with being easy, as without the necessary marketing (as a collective mix), results will be harder to achieve.

When it comes to Ecommerce SEO, you need to show Google that your website is not just pages of products – but adds value to the user, and is trustworthy (satisfying things like YMYL criteria and E-A-T).

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Ecommerce Platform Specialisms

I’ve worked with a number of Ecommerce platforms over the years, ranging from Shopify and WooCommerce, to SAP Hybris and SalesForce CC. Further information about some of the more platform bespoke services can be found below: