Did you know that the vast majority of people today prefer shopping online? Nearly 75 out of 100 U.S. people order products via the Web due to no need for physical travel, no hassle of getting stuck in traffic, no crowds at stores, the ability to compare prices across different sellers, and convenience of purchasing. From this perspective, it is natural to see that more and more individuals seek to create an ecommerce shop and start selling online.
But let’s assume that you already have one. What’s next? Things are not that easy when it comes to ecommerce as you will most likely face numerous challenges, such as low traffic and almost zero sales. Especially, if you are a beginner in online trade. So unless you prefer to miss out on potential customers, you should make sure your website is optimized for the search engines. In this article, we have decided to focus on some of the most critical areas for optimizing your ecommerce site and troubleshooting.