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If you want to make sure you receive the items you need this Christmas, then you need to take advantage of the latest feature at Froogle.
So, you sell online – congratulations (and welcome to the 21st century)! But does your online store sell enough? Chances are you could do with increasing your sales figures. And this article discusses seven simple strategies to help you sell more of your products online.
Many surfers already know about Froogle, Google’s shopping portal that is still in beta testing. Google has now expanded their Froogle service so that it is available on WML-enabled cellular phones. Most newer cell phones that can connect to the Internet have this capability.
An anonymous WebProNews reader pointed out an interesting issue going on with Google’s search results. A search of the keywords “Fathers Day Gifts” finds that Google is giving a link for Froogle the first AdWords position (highlighted by a blue rectangle) in the SERP over a company that bid for the very same ranking.
Google has secured the rights to Froogle’s UK domain name. Froogle.co.uk had been cyber-squatted by LWD Internet, an e-commerce solutions provider. The company registered the domain when Google launched Froogle.com, Google’s shopping search engine.
Have you been to Froogle yet? It’s a new product search engine from Google. It’s actually existed for almost a year now, but it only went live as a link from Google’s homepage in the past month. It’s quite possibly the greatest online marketing tool for retailers ever invented.
Google has recently introduced a “beta” version of their “Froogle” online shopping search engine. Unlike their well-known search service, Froogle attempts to provide a searchable index of online merchandise catalogs.
In this short article, I’ll describe what Froogle offers searchers, how online merchants can participate, and offer a few simple tips to make the most of this new search engine.
The Froogle Concept:
Froogle takes the power of the Google search and applies it to almost all the products available on the internet.
For consumers, Froogle shortens the distance between the keyboard and the product they’re searching for. Visit Froogle and type “dog collar.” Froogle presents a list of dog collar photographs, brief descriptions, prices, and links to each site that sells dog collars.
Now, who’s that at number one for dog collars? Let the Froogle optimization begin.