SEO For Ecommerce Sites By Google’s Matt Cutts

SEO For Ecommerce Sites By Google’s Matt Cutts

Mar 27, 2014

A lot of customers use search engines to look for products online. When a customer visits a site and finds a product, they expect that the product is in stock and they can get it. Sometimes, however, products run out of stock. This poses a problem as they can still be found on the site. If a customer visits a site two or three times and finds products that are out of stock, the business risks losing the customer because of disappointment. This is also a waste of the customer’s valuable time. Many site owners do not know what course of action they should take when products on their site are out of stock. This is the issue Matt Cutts addressed when he talked about search engine optimization for eCommerce sites. According to him, the steps taken depend on the size of the eCommerce site. There are three sizes: small sites, average sites and massive sites. Small sites These are sites with less than 100 pages. He advised these sites to link unavailable products to those that are similar but available. This serves to advertise the other products that can be obtained immediately in case the client decides to settle for the alternative. The site owner can also use this opportunity to make the customer aware of new designs. It is a good method of putting new products out there because they sell much faster. He added that the out of stock products should have a manufacture date, which is a date that they are expected to be available. The customer can then choose to wait for the product to be available or pick a similar one from the options available. REF Medium sites These are sites with hundreds of pages. For these, he suggested that the site owners should 404 the pages with products that are out of stock. This means that when a customer searches for the product, they will be told that the product cannot be found: the famous error 404 that sometimes comes up on screens. If the date that the product will be available is known, this should be put up on the page instead of having to 404...

Unlock LG Optimus G Pro E985

Unlock LG Optimus G Pro E985

Mar 10, 2014

Digitalization is changing things each minute. Businesses are establishing online presence and there’s nothing that survives without Internet. In such a clustered situation, Smartphones play a pivotal role. Complementing the traditional days of using desktops and laptops for office work, Smartphones let you do stuff on the move. Be it anything – replying to emails, sharing files, staying connected 24×7 etc – the modern era mobiles phones have made life quicker than ever. You no more need cameras at the parties, fun day-outs, corporate off-sites etc. With high-tech Smartphones you’re sure not missing any memorable moment and yet getting high-definition videos and images. There are lots of other features to brag about if you are a Smartphone owner. The market is filled up with several Smartphone manufacturers, such as Apple, Sony, Samsung, LG, Micromax, HTC etc. Widely known, LG has managed to attract a decent market share. Launched in early 2013, LG Optimus G Pro E985 is one of its big monitor phones with a 13 megapixel full HD cam. Enabled with both dual recording and camera, the phone operates on Android™ 4.1.2 Jelly Bean. As a LG Optimus G Pro E985 user, you shouldn’t forget getting it unlocked. Know what unlocking means? ‘Unlocking is the process of freeing up your Smartphone for use with any network service. Most Smarphones, when purchased, are locked with a software-generated code that makes it compatible with a specific connection. In order to use the phone with any connection worldwide, it need to be unlocked with the help of a 16-digit uniquely identified code.’ How to unlock your LG Optimus G Pro E985? To unlock your phone, you need to know your phone’s IMEI number and current network connection. IMEI number is obtainable by dialing*#06# from your keypad. Once you have the details handy, find a reputed cell phone unlocking agency that offers unlock codes. When you get on to their website to place the order, mention all three things – IMEI number, current network name and email ID. When your order is confirmed and payment is successful, you’d get the 16-digit unlock code on your email ID. The good part of getting your phone unlocked is that...

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