Web Design

Editing Sub-Categories on Product Pages to Help Bolster Search Rankings

Posted on February 17, 2015 at 2:46 pm

If you have an online shop that you would like to sell your products from, then you should follow best search engine optimisation guidelines. One example of this is fresh, relevant and adequate content on individual products and category pages. Category pages are a list of products that have a similar theme to them and can be broken down into further sub-category fields such as colour, size, price and many more.

If you categorise your products on your website then you must ensure that you talk about what’s included in the page otherwise search engines will see the product page as being a large amount of internal links that has little content and point to irrelevant items. To stop this, integrate at least 200-300 words of adequate, fresh and relevant content to really tell the search engines what you’re shop and sub-category is about. Following this guideline will help rank your sub-category pages on search engines.

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4 Tips To Help You Hire The Best Website Programming Company

Posted on February 16, 2015 at 5:24 pm

Web programmers are responsible for developing applications and programs for a company’s website. The quality web applications that they build will help the entrepreneur to interact with their potential suppliers and clients. Therefore, it is very important for an entrepreneur to think carefully and to choose wisely. The following tips will help them to choose a quality web programming company that will take their site to the next level.

Shop around

This is the first thing that all entrepreneurs should do before they choose a good programmer. Search engines can help the entrepreneur to get a list of great companies in their area. The entrepreneur can also look at the footer of websites that they like. Most of the time, the footer will have information on the company that developed the webpage and the web applications. The business owner could also ask fellow entrepreneurs about the programmers who worked on their sites. (more…)

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