Amazon For Ecommerce

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You’ve set up your online store, got some compensation per-click promoting, however are astounded why your website isn’t improving the situation in list items.

Google and the other significant web search tools are concentrating more on quality than they ever have before. Here are the best ten things you can do to improve your online store do in the indexed lists and change Amazon for eCommerce:

10: Remove unneeded remarks: littler pages stack speedier, so you need to evacuate all the stuff that isn’t required in the page source. Expel all remarks and clear lines to move the exceptional substance higher to the highest point of the document.

9: Use www just: Did you realize that web indexes consider sitename.com and [http://www.sitename.com] as totally extraordinary sites? In the event that you are utilizing a Linux server, you can utilize a record named .htaccess to force www on every one of your pages. This abstains from copying your site between the two forms of your space name.

8: Use picture alt labels: picture ALT labels are an awesome place to incorporate watchwords particular to the item on the page. Make certain to utilize distinctive catchphrases on each page of your site.

7: Create Unique TITLE labels: Be certain each page has a one of a kind title tag, best the name of the item appeared on the page. Try not to incorporate your site name in the title tag, as this builds repetition over every one of your pages.

6. Utilize META DESCRIPTION tag: Create a short sentence or two that unmistakably depicts the item found on the page, and incorporate this at the META DESCRIPTION tag. This is typically utilized by the web indexes to indicate what the page is about.

5. Utilize H1 and H2 labels: Put the most vital catchphrase on that page in a solitary H1 tag, and the following most critical watchword in a H2 tag. You can utilize CSS to influence these labels to show up the way you need.

4. Place content particular to the item near the highest point of the document: Design your pages so the stuff that is the same on all pages (like a route bar) shows up AFTER the one of a kind substance in the page source. You will probably get the novel piece of the page (more often than not the name and portrayal of whatever you are offering) as near the highest point of the record as could be expected under the circumstances. You can utilize CSS to put your page components where you need for appropriate show.

3. Utilize a site delineate: is imperatively essential that web index arachnids can discover every one of your pages effortlessly. A site outline the most direct approach to give clean direct connects to each page. Make sure to plan it so there are close to 100 connections on a solitary page.

2. Utilize static connects to item pages: If your online store is manufactured powerfully utilizing a database of items, utilize MOD REWRITE to make static URLs for every one of your pages. Internet searcher insects will list static pages all the more rapidly and totally that URLs with factors (? what’s more, $) in them. In the event that your store can’t do this, complete a Google look for “internet searcher inviting shopping basket” to discover some that can.

1. Assemble inbound connections: The absolute most imperative activity is to fabricate quality connections going to your site. Every other thing being equivalent, web indexes still give a great deal of weight to destinations that are well known, and the quantity of connections coming in to a website is an indication of notoriety.

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) For Ecommerce Stores

Image result for seo for ecommerce websiteAs your SEO rankings improve and more traffic flows to your online store for free, you are actively attracting customers on the cheap! You can generate more profits and have more marketing dollars to use for your other customer acquisition efforts such as pay-per-click, shopping comparison engines, direct marketing, etc.

It’s important for you to get serious about your SEO efforts. Currently, most customers begin their shopping experiences at search engines. The major search engines are Google (the 800-lb gorilla), Yahoo, MSN and AOL. According to recent reports, approximately 60-70% of all search traffic goes through Google with Yahoo next at around 20% and MSN and AOL around 8-10% each. Although there is a shift in shopping behavior as Social Networking (e.g. Facebook, MySpace) and Social Shopping (e.g. ThisNext) have begun to be more of a starting point for a customer’s shopping session, these still pale in comparison to the volume of search engine traffic.

A recent study from Jupiter Media stated that 5 out of 6 commercial online purchases came from organic searches versus paid online ads.

Getting Slightly Technical about SEO for ecommerce:
Search engine optimization aims to achieve the goal of getting high rankings from search engines through organic searches. Search engines evaluate websites by using what they call “spiders.” These programs scan the websites and collects information about them. They then collate the information and pass it on to the search engine.

Over the years, search engines began using more complex algorithms which took into consideration other factors such as the text that is contained within page titles, the domain name, file and folder names, keyword proximity and other such factors. Although the search engine algorithms are trade secrets unknown to any outside company, SEO experts know several other on-site factors (internal links, page content, recent content) and off-site factors (quality inbound links, anchor tags) are becoming increasingly important to a search engine’s quality score for your online store.

Today, newly developed websites don’t even need to submit to the search engines to be noticed. Spiders today are capable of tracking down websites even through links that are in the website. The use of a site map or well-placed links can help the spiders to navigate the online store.

AMD Announces Wider EPYC Availability and ROCm 1.7 with TensorFlow Support

Earlier this year AMD announced its return to the high-end server market with a series of new EPYC processors. Inside is AMD’s new Zen core, up to 32 of them, with the focus on the major cloud providers. We were the first media outlet to publish our review of EPYC, which showed AMD to be highly competitive in an Intel dominated x86 landscape. One of the concerns over the launch period was for the wider availability of EPYC: it was clear that AMD was announcing the product very early in its distribution cycle.

At SuperComputing 17 this week, the enterprise computing conference, AMD is announcing that it has ramped production of the processors and it has several OEMs ready, distributors ready, and system integrators expanding their portfolios.

OEMs with EPYC enabled systems at Supercomputing this week include ASUS, BOXX, GIGABYTE, HPE (Hewlett Packard Enterprise), Penguin Computing, Supermicro and Tyan. Each company is targeting certain niches: ASUS for HPC and Virtualization with its RS720A-E9 and RS700A-E9 1U/2U servers, BOXX combining EPYC with Radeon Instinct for multi-GPU compute solutions and deep learning, GIGABYTE with rackmount servers, HPE for complex workloads and Supermicro moving from tower form factors to 1U, 2U and 4U for HPC and storage.

“The industry’s leading system providers are here at SC17 with a full breadth of AMD-based solutions that deliver outstanding compute capability across HPC workloads,” said Forrest Norrod, SVP and GM of Enterprise, Embedded and Semi-Custom, AMD.

We had a meeting with AMD for this launch. Normally OEM systems coming to the market might not light the news on fire, but we did have an interesting line worth mentioning. AMD stated that there has been a steep production ramp for EPYC processors, after the initial phase with the cloud providers ensuring that the systems are ready to go, and so are ready to meet OEM requirements. We were told that all the SKUs announced at launch are in production as well, all the way down to the 8-core and the 1P parts, so OEMs that are interested in the full stack can now flex their product range muscles.

AMD also wheeled out the Inventec P47 system that it announced at launch, with a single EPYC processor and four Radeon Instinct MI25 GPUs. In partnership with AMAX, 47 of these systems were put together into a single rack, capable of one PetaFLOP of single precision in a turnkey solution. From today, AMAX is now taking pre-orders for this rack, for delivery in Q1.

ROCm 1.7 Gets Multi-GPU Support, Support for TensorFlow and Caffe

AMD also announced that its open-compute platform for graphics, ROCm, is being updated to 1.7. With this revision, ROCm adds support for multiple GPUs for the latest hardware, as well as support for TensorFlow and Caffe machine learning frameworks in the MIOpen libraries. This should be bigger news, given the prevalence of TensorFlow when it comes to machine learning. AMD also stated that ROCm 1.7 delivers additional math libraries and software development support, to provide a ‘foundation for a heterogeneous computing strategy’.

Huawei’s MateBook X Pro crams a pop-up webcam into the keyboard

Huawei moved the webcam from above the screen and hid it in the keyboard, primarily to tackle privacy concerns. Instead of integrating shutters like Lenovo and HP have done, Huawei’s solution to the sticky-note-over-the-camera situation is to embed it inside a key.

Push down the spring-loaded middle button of the top function row, and up pops a 1-megapixel webcam with a light next to it indicating it’s on. Press it down when you’re done, and it not only deactivates and gets out of the way but even if it is hacked to spy on you, it will see only the darkness inside your laptop.

Kudos for creativity, Huawei — this is unique. But as we’ve already seen with Dell’s XPS line of laptops, webcams placed below the display make for seriously unflattering, unclear angles in photos and during conference calls. Unlike the XPS laptops, you can’t move the screen to try and find a less-awkward angle, either. When I tried out the MateBook X Pro’s camera, I was annoyed by how difficult it was to avoid having an on-screen double-chin — I wouldn’t be happy using this device to make any video calls.

The one other benefit of moving the webcam down to the keyboard is the MateBook X Pro’s noticeably skinnier bezels compared with the original. It doesn’t seem like a good enough tradeoff, though.

Still, the Pro is a gorgeous piece of hardware. Sure, it looks very much like a MacBook, but I’m not complaining — nice is nice. The new MateBook feels just as sturdy and premium as its predecessor, once again combining a lightweight build with a sleek profile.

If you can look past the awkward camera placement, or if you don’t intend to use your laptop’s webcam much, there are a few more things to like about the MateBook X Pro. In addition to getting bumped up to the latest eighth-generation Intel Core i5 (or i7) CPUs, the notebook can also be configured with a discrete NVIDIA MX150 graphics chip. This makes it the thinnest laptop of its size to sport discrete graphics, according to Huawei.

The MateBook X Pro has a larger screen than the original — 14 inches — which packs a 13-inch display. It also goes up to 450 nits in brightness over the smaller laptop’s 350 nits. Since I only saw the Pro in a meeting room, I couldn’t tell if the increased luminance would make it easier to see in direct sunlight, but it was certainly clear during our demo. The new model’s screen is now touch-friendly, and got a slight resolution bump to 3,000 x 2,000, maintaining a similar pixel density to the smaller version.

To complement the display during your movies or games, the MateBook X Pro comes with Dolby Atmos 2.0 for crisper and more immersive surround sound. During our demo, Dolby’s sample of nature sounds rang out loud and clear from the laptop’s quad speakers, even when I was facing the back of the device. Huawei also moved the speaker grills from above the keyboard to either side of the keys. The Pro also packs a quad-mic array, two more than before, which should allow for clearer voice quality. A much larger touchpad now sits below the keyboard, making mouse navigation more convenient, too.

The company has apparently managed to squeeze more battery life out of the Pro, and it can clock about 12 hours on a charge — two hours longer than the regular model (looping 1080p video). While the smaller MateBook X had two USB-C ports (one more than the MacBook), the new laptop adds a USB Type A socket to the mix, at USB 3.0 speeds. The two USB-C slots will not only support power and data transfer, but one of them is also compatible with Thunderbolt 3.

Questionable webcam placement aside, the MateBook X Pro appears to be an attractive, powerful 14-inch laptop. If the camera is not a dealbreaker, you might want to consider this PC as your next workhorse. Unfortunately, we still don’t know how much it will cost and when it will be available, but we do know that it will come in two colors (silver and dark gray). Because the original MateBook X started at $1,099, you can expect the Pro model to cost slightly more than that at launch. That’s not a small investment, so you might want to wait until we get a review unit in for more testing before splurging on it.

Update: At its press conference in Barcelona, Huawei shared some European pricing information, which should be a good reference for when the device arrives stateside. The base configuration, which packs the MX150 discrete graphics, a Core i5 CPU and 256GB of storage, will cost €1,499.