Weekly Roundup: Top Ecommerce Articles You May Have Missed

Looking for the latest ecommerce news and views? Catch up on what’s making a stir in the industry by checking out these great articles.

Ecommerce News and Advice

10 Most Important Features of Ecommerce Product Pages
Pablo Palatnik of Practical Ecommerce compiles a nice list of elements for a successful product page. Great for beginners, this article breaks down each item into a digestible format. If you’re new to ecommerce, you won’t want to miss this one.

As New iPad Debut Nears, Some See Decline of PCs
When Apple comes out with a new product, there’s sure to be a ton of chatter. As The New York Times Technology blog tells us, this latest tablet may shake up how we get online. Even more, it’s got huge potential for changing the tablet commerce game.

Social Media

How to Make Facebook’s New Timeline for Pages Work for Your Brand
The biggest story to hit social media over the past week came from Facebook, which is requiring all brand pages to move to their Timeline format by March 31. In this article, BlueGlass does a great job of breaking down what you can expect.

Facebook Warns Brands that Scale in Social Won’t Come for Free
Not surprisingly, more news from Facebook stole the spotlight this week. This time, the social media giant announced shifts in their advertising model. As AdAge tells us, if you’re currently working with Facebook ads, get ready to cough up some more dough.

SEO

10 Ways to Optimize Your Ecommerce Site for Google Search
Stacey Politi created a list of 10, no-nonsense ways for anyone to boost their SEO. We’re not talking about super technical details here, just some simple words of wisdom to make your site more appealing to Google – definitely a recommended read.

Weeding out Poor Performing Keywords with the Help of Google Analytics
James Gurd of Smart Insights shares some awesome tips for fine tuning your SEO strategy with the help of Google Analytics. While this article is a bit more on the advanced side, there are tons of great takeaways, regardless of skill level.

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