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8 Things To Check If Your Online Sales Are Down

So it’s happened. Your online sales and revenue are down, the phones have been quiet and there are less transactions coming through your website’s shop. But, before your panic descends, just how do you go about locating the problem? Here are eight quick things you can...

Why Amazon’s Drop is good for your Google Shopping Campaign

With the news that Amazon suspended bidding for nearly a fortnight on product listed adverts in Google’s shopping platform (and uncertainty over whether it may happen again), smaller retailers are spotting potential opportunities to move back into some real...

Google Shopping vs Text Ads

Where should you be spending your Google Adwords budget? Google Shopping, previously Google Product Search, has been around for about fourteen years. This allows advertisers to bid for ads to be shown on the search results page, showing the price, image and company,...

How to create a successful website that customers can find?

Creating a Successful Website Creating a website that’s easy to navigate as well as content that is rich and engaging will help your website flourish. When you first create your website, you sometime don’t know what to expect and how you can grow your online...

Creating the Perfect Landing Page

Whether receiving traffic from Organic Search (SEO) or Paid Search (PPC) the page that your users land on has an effect on whether or not they convert. The way you optimise your web page also has a massive impact on the amount of traffic you receive. A poorly...

Why Should I Use Google Shopping?

Before you can decide if Google Shopping is right for you, it helps to fully understand what it actually is. Google Shopping (or Product Listing Ads) allow you to include an image, title, price, promotional message, and company name in an ad that appears separately...