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Exploring Ecommerce Information Architecture

Just like any other kind of website, search engines need to understand how your e-commerce content is organised. With a well organised structure your content pages, e-commerce specific pages and eve...

Just like any other kind of website, search engines need to understand how your e-commerce content is organised. With a well organised structure your content pages, e-commerce specific pages and even the products themselves will be clearly recognisable and identifiable to search engines as they crawl the pages of your site. Remember that internal linking is crucial for helping search engines understand the structure of your website. 

When you walk into a store in the offline world it's organised into different sections to help visitors had no right direction before they actually start looking for specific products on the shelves. 

Websites should be built with the same concept in mind using your linking to set up that structure. At the highest level of your hierarchy you can identify the different categories of products that you sell and within those category pages you can link to the next level of sub categories or products. 

By doing top SEO UK you will be able to understand what it is you sell and what categories are products fall under. This allows them to return the best most relevant pages of your site to searchers. If someone was searching for issues for example a search engine can return your general shoes category page. When they start searching for a certain type of shoe then you want them to end up on your sub category page for that particular type of shoe. And if they are typing in model numbers and specific products, you want the appropriate product pages being returned. 

When we get to the actual product pages themselves there are a few things to remember. First, each and every product should have its own unique page. And on each of those pages you will need to include content around the product. That means including things like the product name, properly tagged images, robust and unique product descriptions, product colours, sizes and other options, prices whether or not it is in-stock and a host of other attributes that we typically associate with e-commerce products. 

Over and above the page content we even have the ability to identify those attributes even more clearly to the search engines by adding special meta-data to your code. And of course do not forget to make sure that you are including your category, subcategory and product pages in XML site maps. You can even weight the relative importance of each tier of pages or specific pages and selves to give the search engines an idea of which pages you feel are the most important on your site. 

The more you can help search engines with identifying the details of your e-commerce product information through your site structure, internal links and meta data the more they will trust your site with providing a quality shopping experience for users. And all other things equalBusiness Management Articles, the more likely they are to return your pages over the competition.

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Sadhiv Mahandru has been developing and optimising websites for over a decade. You can find out more useful information by reading my Business & SEO blog which is I update frequently. 



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