• http://www.facebook.com/dmitry.pakhomkin Dmitry Pakhomkin

    George, would be interesting to get a feeling what kind of content can be used for slightly different eCommerce services –  local product search sites like goodzer.com

  • http://twitter.com/ScottyMack Scott McKirahan

    Fantastic article, George. It’s nice to see someone write about what ecommerce website owners should be doing. Far too many articles seem to focus on service oriented businesses or blogs. Great ideas!

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/O7NK63AZNP7CTN3QD7SUUCCXCU Elmer

    as Francisco said I‘m surprised that anybody can profit $6342 in one month on the internet. did you look at this link  ===>> <a href="http://bit.ly/HVtSrx”>LazyCash38.com

  • http://www.cbil360.com/ Web Design Company

    Thank you George Aspland, as you shared very useful ideas for an ecommerce site which is applicable to all sites if we acts as you said. As you told above, one of the most important factor to success our site is “Get More User Reviews” which helps us to design, develop and update our site which is suitable for users and if we acts as visitor wants it may definitely brings success. 

  • http://www.kaushalam.com/search-engine-optimization.html Kaushalam

    Things like showing related blog post or article near by the product information, is great idea but it will be better if we promote that blog and interest visitors who really want to buy product will definitively click on the product shared on that post.

  • http://www.brickmarketing.com/ Nick Stamoulis

    “place snippets of articles that can help shoppers making buying
    decisions on the product pages or product category pages with links to
    the full article.”

    I think that’s a great idea. It keeps the shopper engaged, while providing useful information when they need it. You wrote the content, why not get as much value from it as possible.

  • http://www.spinxwebdesignchicago.com/ Web Design Chicago

    In an E-commerce Website there is continuous need of unique content as well as web design that amuse the visitor. The ideas shown here are really realistic as well helpful to build the perfect website for eCommerce.

  • http://buildyourfinancialdestiny.com TeddyD19

    Thanks for these tips.  I am starting an ecommerce site and adding my own product descriptions is a great idea.  A little more time, but most products I have will be on site for years.  Using my own product descriptions is like an investment in my business

  • geoaspland

    I’ll be posting in the SEL LinkedIn for sites to be considered
    for a review like this article. I’ll let you know when it’s up and you can
    submit goodzer

  • http://conversionscientist.com Brian Massey

    The customer equation for an Online Store seems to be the least content intensive, with online proprietors being satisfied with manufacturer stock photos of products. High converting online stores, however, take pains to help the visitor “touch and taste” their wares. These are some great ideas on how to generate content.

  • George Aspland

    I put the post up on the SEL Linkedin Group asking for sites  be considered
    for a review like this article

    Look for this post “Submit Your Company Website for SEL Keywords & Content Column”

  • http://www.facebook.com/dmitry.pakhomkin Dmitry Pakhomkin

    Great, thank you!