Re: Many hits, good products, good SE rankings but few sales|
From Jochen on 23 June '99
replying to Re: Many hits, good products, good SE rankings but few sales posted by Nicholas
>Agree with all Deb's comments.
thanks for your hints. There are some subjects I do not properly understand. Could you explain that in more simple English?
1. < I also wonder if you are targeting
the right search strings; to my mind a site that does
not capture search strings (e.g., with AXS tracking
scripts) and analyze them against actual paying
customers, is not getting their share of web sales.>
What are AXS tracking scripts?
2. <The scammers, who are really just transporting traditional
business models to the web, are doing better. (In the U.S.,
some are also going to jail.)>
What are scammers and why are they going to jail?
Thanks for further explanations.
Well, I am working on a separate HP for my USA distributor. I am aware that american people prefer to order from US based companies rather than oversea suppliers. I am also experimenting with a shop cart program.
Have you heard about the latest deal of eBay? They took over alando.de, the 2nd largest online auction in Germany. Alando.de was started 4 month ago by six young guys from Berlin. The price for the takeover was about 26 million USD!