This seems to have gone fairly noticed, but Google has started including site speed metrics in Google Analytics. For web professionals like us, this is awesome, because Analytics is easy to gain and share access for reports and planning.
This study polled online shoppers about where the look for items to buy, how they shop and what they shop for. I think that although the results may seem as expected… the missing element is how it applies to your business, and what growth in the particular metric you might expect in the future.
We would like to offer up a free Zen Cart report to a brave shop owner willing to share his/her site’s issues, url, images and other non-personal data with our readers. This means that your report findings, suggestions and related materials will be posted here for others to read, learn and even contribute to your audit.
Savvy entrepreneurs know that there is more to this than something you think is cool. While there is no “secret sauce” for this… There are some basic metrics that are far more likely to lead to a website’s success. So today I am going to tell you how to plan and pick the “Right Domain Name” for your business.
You may be wondering how search engines select the top pages from millions of others. There are calculations involved called algorithms and you have to work with these to put your site in page one. The great part is that all of the things search engines look for to rank your site are beneficial to your shoppers as well.