Have You Thought about Product Feed SEO?
Submitting product feeds to high ranking shopping sites is vital to ensure successful Internet marketing. Much of shopping these days is done online through these shopping sites where users can compare products from around the world, their prices, specs and popularity, and even share their opinions and what they’ve found with their friends and contacts. Product feeds are also important to get your products indexed and made visible easily when users search for stuff like that in the search engines.
Major Shopping Sites
Some of these major shopping sites are EBay, Amazon, MSN Shopping, Yahoo Shopping, Google Base or Froogle, PriceGrabber, Bizrates.com, and NexTag. The efforts behind product feed optimization ensure your products are ranked high in these shopping sites and also in the search engine pages. The product feeds must also be automatically updated in relation to the product catalog changes.
There are smart technologies in place to ensure prompt and effective product feed submissions. Professional SEO services offered by an SEO company are really helpful here. These services include such software and technologies for automatic updating.
Product Listing Ads by Google
Google is now offering Product Listing Ads to AdWords customers, which display your product’s picture, price and marketing message. These adverts are created from the Google product feed of your stuff, while the optional marketing messages need to be created by you. These adverts appear prominently on the Sponsored Results space in the search pages.
Professional SEO services by an SEO company can help businesses efficiently submit product feeds through innovative technology. They can also help develop a successful and all-inclusive SEO strategy for your website.
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