Comparison Shopping Engines: Why you need to be on them & what you need to succeed.

Our Holiday Preparation Webinar Series kicks off this week! Free tips and advice to help you boost your holiday sales in on the way in this six part series.

We’re beginning with comparison shopping engines (CSEs), which are vital marketing resources for online business owners because they have something the search engines don’t: people who are 100% ready to shop.

Join CSE experts Steve Weber and Matt Kresge on July 27 at 2 p.m. ET for a webinar dedicated to teaching you everything you need to know about CSEs, including why you need to be on them if you aren’t already. Holiday prep time has arrived and CSEs can give you the bump in traffic you want during the most important time of the year for retailers.

Our experts will review:
• What are the top 10 CSEs
• How to get your products on the engines
• The costs of each CSE
• What you need to succeed
• Management tools

Webinar attendees will receive a very special, limited offer revealed at the end of the presentation!

Don’t miss out, only one week to register!

2 Responses to “Comparison Shopping Engines: Why you need to be on them & what you need to succeed.”

  1. Cait says:

    I use the free comparison shopping sites like Google and The Find. If I were to choose 1 more in the feedperfect list to actually spend good money on what should it be?

  2. Steve says:

    Hi Cait,

    Are you asking about a paid (cost per click engine), or for another free to list cse? The other big free one is Bing.com/shopping it does better for us than thefind, but no one where near as well as google.

    With all of the google changes, if it seems like its getting harder and harder to compete, it might be time for you to try a cost per click engine if you haven’t just yet. Im a fan of Nextag, Shopzilla, and Shopping.com. However, all do better for different industries. This might give you an idea of how it will do for your industry.

    http://s1113.photobucket.com/albums/k514/feedperfect/?action=view&current=cseconversionrates.jpg

    The image shows each paid cse based on its average conversion rate.

    Good Luck, and let us know if there is anything we can do to help.

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