An integral part of setting up a website is ensuring it is search engine optimised. In this eight part series, we take you through some of the simple steps you can take to increase visibility, and therefore discoverability of your Storbie website.
We’re updating the Very Well site as an example to help best explain the process. Previously we looked at keywords and how to thread them throughout your website and into your product descriptions, and continued with product images.
Next we take you through page name and URL settings to increase your website’s SEO.
In part three of an eight part series, we’ll take you through optimising product images on your Storbie website for SEO. By using SEO, or Search Engine Optimisation, your website and products are more likely to be visible by online search engines, and therefore to be found by consumers.
We’re updating the Very Well website in these steps to help best explain the process. Last time, we looked at keywords and how to thread them throughout your website and into your product descriptions.
Strong SEO increases your visibility so your business can be found in online searches. The steps to improving your SEO will also help make the experience better for consumers by providing the information they need to make an informed choice.
Over the course of eight instalments, we’ll take you through the steps to optimise your SEO on your Storbie website, including keywords, images, heading tags, and accessibility.
The first step is to understand what SEO is, and why it’s important. (more…)
With the Storbie website builder, it is extremely easy to build your own ecommerce website and start selling online. However, as with any project, it’s useful to have some guidelines and a plan to follow to help you get there. Here are our 5 top tips for getting started with our ecommerce website builder. We also suggest you read the Storbie Quick Set up Guide for step-by-step instructions to follow when creating your online store.
Tip #1: Have a clear plan for what you are going to sell online
Before even creating your online store, it’s essential that you are clear in what you are going to sell online and what makes your products or services unique. This forms the basis of your value proposition. Whether you already have a great product idea, or you’re an entrepreneur looking for a golden opportunity, you may find it useful to answer the following questions: