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Do you know Oscommerce SEO?

Discussion in 'White Hat SEO' started by AnImALmoTheR, Jun 5, 2008.

  1. AnImALmoTheR

    AnImALmoTheR Junior Member

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    I just kick started a new shop, and I got Oscommerce CRE 6.15 installed is there some people here running the same scripts and could give some seo advice?

    Maybe general SEO for oscommerce? It would probably benefit the community?

    I would gladly send my new web shop link to anybody that?s pm me? if you are new to drop shipping I will help you as much as I can.

    Regards
    R!
     
  2. trophaeum

    trophaeum Senior Member

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    run from the devil is my advice, osc is the biggest pos in existance when you start to have issues (and you will)
     
  3. Time4Change

    Time4Change Newbie

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    I have been doing ecommerce successfully for 3 years. Actually my site is at auction at the moment as I am moving away from it. But it is a great earner. IF done correctly. Move away from cre and use Zencart.

    PM me if you want some help with the SEO, I have gotten my sites to the #1 spot in all the major search engines for my keywords.
     
  4. lazysurfer

    lazysurfer Junior Member

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    I agree with using Zencart, I've had a lot more luck with it.
     
  5. AnImALmoTheR

    AnImALmoTheR Junior Member

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    PM on it?s way?

    Well it?s kind of hard to move away from oscommerce and CRE right now? I bought a package and invested some money, not much,but... well I?ll give it a try for now and if the shit hit?s the fan, well then I?m the looser?
     
  6. jonas20

    jonas20 Newbie

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    osc will treat you fine -

    make sure you get all links 'titled' and all images 'alted'
     
  7. AnImALmoTheR

    AnImALmoTheR Junior Member

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    how do you mean?

    does anybody else know?

    i been thinking to buy a SEO URL package, is that what this means?
     
  8. Gerula

    Gerula Newbie

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    I suggest using xCart
     
  9. nerdmoney

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    go to the oscommerce forums and download seo-g and header tags seo.

    those two will seo your site wonderfully
     
  10. kye172

    kye172 Newbie

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    Hi,

    Have a look at Magento Commerce

    It's fairly new out but has extensive SEO capabilities built in, I'm developing a store with it at the minute

    Regards,

    Kyle
     
  11. cocoholo

    cocoholo Regular Member

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    Magento is a pain in the as* even during installation. Definitely not for noobs
     
  12. mesol

    mesol Junior Member

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    i prefer oscommerce and lots of my client using osc because of its flexibility to modify. zencart dont have lots of contribution.

    magento needs very powerful hosting. shared hosting is not recommended
     
  13. the_punisher

    the_punisher Power Member

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    why cant share hosting handle magento? what will happen if i do host it on a shared account? slow loading times? or something more serious?
     
  14. ugorrogu

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    I have had good experience with zencart so far. I tried oscommerce but ran into some problems. The only complaint that i have with zencart is the lack of professional looking templates.