Search engine optimization is the process of affecting the online visibility of a website or a web page in a web search engine’s unpaid result, referred to as natural, organic, or earned results. Let’s take a look at the timeline of search engines. 1994 – The first search engine Altavista was launched. Ask.com started ranking links by popularity. 1995 – Msn.com, Yandex.ru, and Google.com were launched. 2000 – Baidu, a Chinese search engine was launched.
Multi-channel retailers recognize the importance of accurate product content, but with tens of thousands of product pages added to their website every day by hundreds of different vendors, it’s nearly impossible to monitor all of it. On the flip side, brands are often juggling an overwhelming set of priorities, making it difficult for them to ensure each listing remains up-to-date. The issue is that retailers and brands are often attempting to address the problem of
BigCommerce has launched BigCommerce Enterprise, a more robust e-commerce platform offering for high-volume retailers transacting millions of dollars in sales. BigCommerce Enterprise features advanced security and protection, real-time analytics and insights and enterprise-grade integrations that enable online merchants to manage and scale their business without the hassle of proprietary, on-premise solutions or expensive IT resources. The company rolled out the platform to select clients last year and is now announcing general availability. Large brands using
FISH supports brands, event organizers, and sports leagues, with an event operating system that enables the collection of consumer data, facilitates fan engagement at brand activations, and provides fans the ability to collect content, enter sweepstakes, and share experiences through social media. Whether it’s capturing data collection for marquee events, measuring attendee behavior at corporate events or monitoring consumer engagement in a conference, FISH can measure all visitor behavior. The FISH reporting dashboard provides immediate