Archive for the 'Comparison Shopping Engines' Category

Why doesn’t Google like me?

Monday, June 7th, 2010

Google Product search can be a finicky partner to dance with. Sometimes you’ll get stood up and sometimes you’re the bell of the ball. Sellers can never know the ins and outs of the Google algorithms, but there are some rules of thumb to try and get Google to like you. You might want to [...]

Google Product Search Policies differ from eBay Policies

Thursday, July 16th, 2009

Not many people really pay much attention to the rules and policies of Google Product search and this omission could cost you a lot of sales. Sellers saturated with rules from eBay may think that if their items are eBay compliant, then there should be no problem with Google Product search. Well, that’s not necessarily [...]

Vendio Webinar – Multi-Channel Selling Strategies

Monday, November 24th, 2008

Last week we invited Vendio sellers to participate in a Multi-Channel Selling Strategies Webinar in conjunction with PESA/ECMTA. If you were not able to attend (or wanted to view it again), you can view the slides and audio below. Slides Audio Here a a few of the items covered: What is Multi-Channel Selling, and how [...]

Unique Way of Looking at SEO

Wednesday, October 15th, 2008

Every now and again, I run into something that is done in a unique manner that really grabs my attention. ColderICE seems to find that often. His blog posts on this industry quite often make me smile, but his latest addition “The SEO Rapper” truly is a unique experience. While, not a fan of rap, [...]

Keywords on eBay, I mean, eBay AdCommerce is baaaack…

Wednesday, September 24th, 2008

eBay announced this morning that they were “introducing a new program called eBay AdCommerce.” The current version purports to “allow eBay sellers to promote their stores and listings via enhanced text integrations on eBay search result pages. The ads can be targeted by keyword or category, and eBay buyers who click on these ads will [...]