Websites that sell items often need some type of e-Commerce strategy. The same can be said of e-Commerce websites powered by WordPress. If you’re selling anything, you need to have some type of e-Commerce strategy in place, or you won’t convert your visitors to buyers.
There are so many choices out there, some solutions cost, and others are free. On top of that, there are free plugins that also have add-ons that are free, or that cost. Confusing, right? The average small business owner doesn’t really have a lot of cash to spare or time hunting down what to use, so this article puts together some WordPress e-Commerce solutions for bootstrapping businesses.
Through the years WordPress has developed in a full fledged content management system. In the development of WordPress a lot of things were added, including elements to make your search engine game easier.
WordPress has made the SEO game easier through:
- Semantic Markup
- Search Engines
- Social Search
Remember that WordPress is an open source software with contributors from around the world. The open source community also consists of theme developer and plugin developers too. Many of them are volunteers who have made it possible to extend the functionality of both back-end and front-end. Search engine optimization is just one of those front-end functions that are enhanced naturally, but excellent content, plugins, and semantically coded theme, can help phenomenally.
Here’s a break down on each area listed above and how it WordPress has made your SEO game easier.