As I am preparing a clothing eCommerce portal, I want to know the Current URL structure for a clothing domain.
As i have realized that most of the brands working on Home>"product name for the product page URL".
Explaining through example : This is product URL :http://WWW.XYZ.COM/washed-tile-tunic…*&sc=N&x2=c.t2
And the Category URL is: http://xyz.com/t/tunics/pc/2905.uts?count=99
Now as per my knowledge in SEO world, we can’t do submission of dynamic URL’S then why these brands used this typ of URL’s.
One example is http://www.xyz.com/in/en/g952162s3#756488(Product page). Newborn Girls Older Girls Younger Girls New In | Next India Category page)
Hope you understand my query!!
My next question will be about what should be the right URL structure for my clothing website product pages or category pages?
Please revert me as I am in process of making the URL.
We have product e-commerce title tags which are over 60 characters – around 80 plus. The reason we added them in there is to incorporate
more information for Google.
The format of these title tags are:
Name + Colour + Rug Type + Origin
Name = for people searching for the name of the rug
Color = people searching for a specific color
Type = The type of rug (e.g. normal or designer)
Origin = Where the rug is for.
So this title will cover people searching for: People searching for designer rugs, the specific colour and also where it comes from.
This then results in the title tag going way over 60 characters – around 80-90 characters.
Would it be wise to try and shrink it down to under 60 characters, and what would be a good approach to do this?
I run a marketing company and am looking to partner with an SEO company.
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If people could please take a look and give me some advice (is it too expensive, too cheap, does it seem to cover everything etc) it’d be much appreciated.
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There are about 4 different forms in one website and all of them have the same thank you page URL.
How can I distinguish the goals in Google analytics? I want separate goal to be created for each form.
I have a Google Analytics account synced to the webmaster account. I have blocked/excluded my IP address in GA account. Will the IP be blocked automatically in webmaster account as well?
While creating meta title we can choose keywords according searches and competition.
But i want to understand how we can create whole meta title bcz we can’t check difficulty of whole meta
Please guide me to create unique meta title which has less competition and more searches to increase
I’m working with a site which has hidden based category content see:
exing these pages but i heard Google might ignore or reduce the benefit of hidden content like this.
I just want to confirm if this is the case? And if this is a really bad thing for SEO?
Currently optimizing my e-commerce store which currently has around 100 words of content on average for each category page.
Based on this study by Backlinko the more content the better:
Would you say this is true for e-commerce pages for example: this page.
What benefits would you receive with adding more content?
Is it basically more content, leads to more potential long-tail opportunity and more organic traffic?
Assuming the content is solid and not built just for SEO reasons.