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Ecommerce SEO Audit: 3x Ways To Increase Search Traffic To Your Store

The easiest way to increase search traffic to your store is with an ecommerce SEO audit. So in this video I am going to show you 3 easy ways to perform a professional ecommerce SEO audit.

And not only that – I am going to show you how to fix each problem that we find together.

The first 2 methods are super easy that anyone can pull off.

But the 3rd method is where we get down to the real nitty gritty for the more experienced SEO.

So no matter your SEO experience, this video is going to teach you the right way to perform an ecommerce SEO audit to increase search traffic.

I have never had an ecommerce SEO client that didn’t have onsite problems, so if you have never audited your store – I GUARANTEE you have problems that are hurting your search traffic.

Whether you are running on Magento, Woocommerce or Shopify it is important that you do regular SEO audits on your store – you’ll be surprised at what gets through!

And dont forget:

If you have any questions – please ask in the comments!


📈 The 7 Day Ecommerce SEO Strategy –
📊 The Ultimate Ecommerce SEO Tutorial –
🚀 My Fully Managed Ecommerce SEO Service –

00:43 – Easy Ecommerce SEO Audit Method #1
01:13 – Easy Ecommerce SEO Audit Method #2
02:03 – Advanced Ecommerce SEO Audit Method
02:36 – Internal Duplicate Content
03:29 – Missing/Duplicate Title Tags
04:20 – Missing/Duplicate Meta Descriptions
05:08 – Missing ALT Tags
05:27 – 404 Errors
06:09 – Noindex Tags
06:51 – Find & Fix Redirects
07:22 – Canonical Tag Audit
08:23 – Site Speed
09:42 – External Duplicate Content
10:36 – Increasing Search Traffic To Your Store

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Thanks for watching and don’t forget!

If you have ANY questions at all – please feel free to ask in the comments and I will answer them for you.

Performing your first ecommerce SEO audit can be daunting but don’t worry, I am here to help!

All you have to do, is ask❓

Shopify Store WITHOUT Drop Shipping 2018 – Our Business Plan

We’re starting a Shopify Store and we’re NOT DROP SHIPPING out products!

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Yes, I’ve caved. Like you, you may be overwhelmed by how many ways there are to make money online. For me, it’s SEO but in the next coming videos. I’m going to show you how we build a Shopify store from the group up.

But we’re taking a different approach to all of this. Many people believe that you need to drop ship on Shopify to make money. While you can definitely make a lot of money doing it, it is definitely not the only way to do it.

You see there are many perks to not having a dropshipping store – some of those might be:

– You control your costs
– You control your shipping
– It would be difficult for someone to try and sell what you sell

Inseatd, you can just create your own products. These products should be unique and offer a unique selling proposition.

Many drop shippers face these problems when they open their own store:

– Too much competition
– Same-store theme
– High cost to acquire a customer

We’re going for a brand with this project and we invite you to watch us build a store from nothing to something

I’m going to show you traffic – building it – and some extreme marketing tactics that most Shopify store owners won’t show you

As always,


Selling Online: Products to Avoid With a Dropshipping Ecommerce Store [Oberlo weekly Q&A]

If you’ve been thinking about starting your own dropshipping business, you might have wondered which products are best to sell.

And one question you might have asked yourself already is: “can I sell branded products in my store?”

We’re here to help entrepreneurs succeed, so we’ve created this video to cover this topic and give you the peace of mind when you’re selling products.

Generally, it’s best to avoid selling any branded products from your store – you’ll need a retail license to if you wanted to go down that route.

Getting a licence can be a complicated process, and it takes the ease out of dropshipping.

Instead of trying to sell branded products, we recommend that you opt for unbranded products instead. There are thousands of suppliers and millions products that you can dropship that you can sell without having to worry about licensing rights.

If you’re looking for products to sell online, check out some of these resources below – we’re sure they’ll help you to find great products.

For tips, tricks, and all things ecommerce, check out Oberlo’s blog:

You can start your own dropshipping business today with Oberlo. Sign up, it’s free:

For step-by-step guides to optimize your store, visit the Oberlo Support Center:

For details on how Oberlo integrates with your Shopify store, head over to Shopify :

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Search Engine Optimization For Your Shopify Store

Search Engine Optimization For Your Shopify Store

Over the past few years, I’ve been focused on building e-commerce brands and I’ve been quite successful at it. It all started with learning how to sell people t-shirts through social media and quickly grew into an empire of print on demand, drop shipping, and warehousing across the world.

Even though I’ve had great results with my e-commerce stores, I’ve always felt like a major peice of the puzzle was missing. I was stuck in a habit of always trying to find and launch new products and new designs. After a while, it not only got old, but it got less effective…

To really have big success with the same model I used in years past, I’d have to work 10 times as much and invest the same monetarily. So, coming into 2017, I vowed to make a change to our e-commerce system to make it much more profitable by doing the same amount of work we’re doing now… or even less if we’re lucky.

The way I’ve been able to do this is with recurring offers. Instead of trying to launch 20+ products per day every day just to find a winner, I’ve shifted our focus towards growing recurring box offers for each of our e-commerce brands.

Recurring box offers are the perfect head piece to any e-commerce store. You can stop the rat race of always trying to find new winners and give your business the focus it needs to create a rabid buyer community.

I love these recurring offers and if you’re doing any type of e-commerce, I think you’ll agree with admiration. Here are just a few key reasons why you need to add recurring offers to your business…

You get paid more than once… If you keep your customers happy, they could be paying you every month for years to come… all from the same simple acquisition.
Your conversions will boost… giving your audience a focus instead of new things every week always helps increase conversions over time…
Recurring offers make a perfect lead in product and a perfect back end offer as well…
You’re now able to plan ahead… One big negative to e-commerce is unpredictability for the upcoming month. With recurring offers, you can forecast and estimate your growth much simpler…
Your customer Lifetime Value will skyrocket… increase LTV is a key element to business growth and recurring offers take care of that instantly…
People love them. Recurring box offers very popular right now and it’s time to hit the iron while it’s hot…

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Ecommerce SEO: How to do keyword research to optimize your online store

This video outlines the process I use to do SEO keyword research for my own sites and my clients’ ecommerce sites. By finding the right keywords to target, you can optimize your site for search engines and grow your organic traffic.

The tool used in this video is KWFinder, which you can use for free here:

Note: The link above is an affiliate link–here’s a non-affiliate version if you prefer:

To read my full tutorial on how to optimize your Shopify store for SEO, visit

Shopify SEO – How to start a new store with a huge SEO advantage!

In this video I will show you how easy it is to capture traffic and maintain/increase “link juice” for search engine rankings. (PS there’s no narration, I recorded this at the library :))

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The ecommerce store in the video is built on Shopify who are my preferred ecommerce website builders. Here’s my referral link in case you want to help me earn a few bucks for this video 🙂

So for this store I wanted to get a slight SEO advantage by finding an expired domain that had a decent history and good amount of relevant incoming links. If you Google for expired domain auctions, I’m sure you’ll find a few sites that can help with this.

I ended up paying about $100 for this domain: which already has a domain authority of 22 and over 1000 links from over 130 different domains. (I still need to go through these to disavow a bunch of links, but its better than starting from 0 🙂

A site will start aquiring new links during its time online and with this method, where I’m repurposing a domain, chances are that I will have completely new/different pages and URLs on my new website.

The existing links are pointing to pages that do not exist anymore so visitors will end up on 404 pages (not found page) and the “link juice” is lost + visitors might think your website is broken and either leave or lose trust – which is bad for conversion rates 🙂

The steps I took in this video to try and make the best out of the incoming links is as follows:

1. I check my top referral websites every week or so and see where visitors are coming from and what page they were expected to land on.
2. To find the outside page with the link, I go to Google and use the following search operator: “keyword” site:referral.website.com (this will specifically look for the exact keyword on the page within the specified domain only).
3. I copy the full link and go to my Shopify “Online Store/Navigation/
URL redirects” section.
4. If I have a page that is very similar or with the same product, I redirect that old link the new page. If I do not have a similar product, I simply redirect the link to / which is the homepage of your ecommerce store.
5. Go the outside page that has your old link and click it to see if it redirects properly to your new specified page.

That’s it! If you keep an eye on your traffic, over time you will find a lot of old links that can be repurposed to increase the relevancy and authority of your store, which will lead to better search engine rankings and more traffic 🙂

Let me know if that was useful and if you have any questions on this method. And remember, here’s my Shopify referral link, in case you decide to start your own store and don’t mind me making a few bucks from you signing up. Thanks!