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Omar Faruk
Jul 06, 2022
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E-commerce websites don't always start that way. At times, they started out as just Jane's non-transactional site. Businesses that started out as physical stores are turning to online sales, especially given the current pandemic situation, as consumer behavior evolves to include more and more online shopping. This post describes companies and marketing teams facing this particular situation. The non-transactional to transactional path can ask SEO experts to launch an e-commerce website in a core domain or a subdomain. The answer may seem obvious at first, but like most SEO topics, it can quickly get complicated. Define the context of your e-commerce website E-commerce websites are designed to do one thing: sell. So, at first glance, this section is almost summarized. However, the context is all about website performance, migration, and diagnostics. Some websites are born in transactions. In this case, you need to use the root domain. But for existing non-transactional websites that are making the leap to e-commerce, that's not the only story. advertisement Continue reading below For example, if your existing non-transactional website has a high organic ranking, you can keep its customers attractive. It's much harder for e-commerce pages to sell their products and maintain the amount of content that non-transactional websites tend to have. As a result, many companies that started selling online after doing business for a while chose to launch an e-commerce website on their subdomain. But what's good for SEO? What is good for the user? What is good for your e-commerce situation? Let's talk. Subdomains can separate code ghost mannequin effect A lot about whether you are best to use the root domain or the subdomain in general for "e-commerce SEO, root domain or subdomain?" Or other combinations of queries on Google. Get great resources. However, e-commerce has its own considerations. For example, besides maintaining rankings, e-commerce websites have completely different needs and use cases that developers must meet. advertisement Continue reading below Transactional websites have built-in shopping carts, additional SSL security, and credit card processing partners, in addition to dozens of other unique setup considerations. In many cases, it depends on whether the team chooses an e-commerce engine or builds a custom e-commerce website. For example, check out my search engine journal post, "Getting the most out of Magento among multiple
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