Don’t lose sales thanks to an unoptimized WooCommerce store
If you’re running your online store on WordPress, there’s a high chance that you’re using the WooCommerce shopping cart plugin to manage your shopping experience. The wide range of plugins available to WordPress is definitely one of its strengths – however without configuring them correctly, you may be leaving your site unoptimized and therefore not maximizing the SEO value of the pages.
Some of the issues we frequently come across include duplicated content, putting you at risk of penalization by Google, or ugly URLs that don’t explain what a page is about and certainly won’t attract anyone to click on it.
Who wants to click on
when right below it is
Not us, and that’s why even the smallest details are of huge importance.
We’ve worked with a number of retail brands who run their shops on the WooCommerce platform:
If your store runs on WooCommerce and you’re in need of some help to get the most of your online presence, get in touch today to speak to one of our experts and see how we can be of assistance.