Schema is quite important to your Shopify store. We are almost in 2020, the internet is full with websites, e-commerce platforms and stores, apps, etc...In a such competitive world, every small detail makes a difference. This article will help you know more about Shopify schema and breadcrumbs.
Once upon a time there were two little children named Hansel and Gretel. Living hard times back then, their parents decided to take them in the woods and abandon them because they simply could not watch them die of hunger in their own home....Fast Forward...The boy hears his parents talking about this and fills up his pockets with breadcrumbs so he can drop them on the ground and leave a trail behind so he can follow the path back home. In this story the breadcrumbs failed to meet their purpose, but it`s just fantasy. We live in the real world where breadcrumbs actually work On websites that have a lot of pages, breadcrumb navigation can greatly enhance the way users find their way...
In one of my previous articles I have made a comparison between two of the most known platforms, Wordpress and Shopify. There is no clear winner following the article in terms of overall score, but when it comes to E-commerce, clearly Shopify is the winner.
In this article we will be looking into both platforms from a SEO point of view. Wether it is a blog or a store, SEO is crucial for making yourself known amongst the online world. For sure you have heard about Wordpress and Shopify and it is likely you did not start your website yet, hoping to gather more information and making the right decision.
SEO stands for Search Engine Optimization which is the practice of increasing the quantity and quality of your traffic through organic search. Organic search stands for actual searches on Google, Yahoo, Bing or other search engines, performed by actual persons. If your page pops up in the results and the person clicks on it, that translates to organic traffic.