Earlier in April we brought you our blog post on the anatomy of eCommerce, now take your site a step further by learning the anatomy of an optimized web page. Optimizing shouldn’t be just another task on your to-do list! It should be part of your on-going and overall eCommerce strategy; optimized webpages mean higher page views, better customer retention, and a better shopping experience for your site visitors. So what does an optimized web page look like? Here’s an infographic from the folks at SurePayroll breaking down where you should be optimizing and how:
An optimized page can increase your rankings, earned traffic, and social shares. Tweet this.
Why your URL, Meta Tag, and page Title are important on your eCommerce site. Tweet this.
Adding Visual Assets to your webpages provide an opportunity to show up in image search results. Tweet this.
Ranking factors change and evolve over time! Tweaks to optimize your webpages. Tweet this.