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Here at Click Centric SEO, we often focus our work on ecommerce SEO and search marketing (PPC advertising, etc) Any yet, when we work with ecommerce clients, we advocate a more cohesive approach that centers on managing an ecommerce brand's complete web presence.
Parallel to the evolution of SEO and Google's algorithmic changes is the needed to embrace a comprehensive strategy that focuses on various aspects of web marketing and online brand building. Web presence management is one of the best ways to define this new approach as it takes into account several key variables which we go into greater detail below.
Embracing Web Presence Management Cohesively
What's different about web presence management compared to other forms of managing and building an online brand is cohesiveness. This approach brings together several aspects of Internet marketing and branding, and each work together in unison to grow a company's online presence.
The questions below reflect the primary components of web presence management. Answering each questions honestly might shed light on where you can improve the optimization and management of your ecommerce brand's web presence. For additional resources for web presence optimization, visit our sister company, WebPresenceGroup.net.
Are You Investing Enough In Social Media?
Investing in social media comes in many forms, such as:
- investing time and energy building a social media presence on Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, Pinterest, etc.
- investing in social media advertising to reach new people to grow your audience
- investing time and energy finding quality content to share
- investing in the interaction and engagement with your audience
The social media presence of your ecommerce brand will ultimately influence its growth in many ways, particularly SEO and domain authority. How?
This is the role having a content strategy will play in web presence management.
Do You Have A Content Strategy In Place?
A content strategy is the glue that holds together your social media and SEO efforts. The creation of kick-ass content that resonates with you target audience provides the tangible means of having something awesome to share on social media.
Not only can this awesome content conjure a lot of likes, shares, tweets, and other social signals (making your content more legit in the eyes of Google,) but any links stemming from your content can be magnified, especially when they direct to key money pages or product pages on the cusp of high rankings.
While there are many ways to embrace content marketing and creating a content strategy, get creative and tap into interesting means that will spark the interests of your target audience. For ecommerce, in-depth articles, product review videos, image-packed and idea-rich blog posts are just a few good places to start.
What Are You Doing To Improve Your Search Engine Presence?
Sure, you've done some SEO on your ecommerce site and made your product pages are keyword relevant. But that's just 20% of the SEO equation.
What are doing off-site to support your SEO objectives (i.e. link outreach, network, blogging, etc.)?
Are you experimenting with PPC advertising to market your money products on search?
Where are most of your links coming from and how can you diversify your site's backlink profile.
Again, web presence management centers on cohesiveness and exploring all avenues to cultivate success. Focusing only on link building, or only on social, will only pose limitations in the growth of your web presence.