5 Easy Google Shopping Optimizations for Your E-Commerce Store This Holiday Season

By Richard Aviles on Dec 11, 2017

With the holiday season upon us, many e-commerce retailers are staring at a make-or-break stretch of the year.

Ideally, this is the time where your store performs its best in channels, such as Google Shopping. Unfortunately, there are many that find themselves behind the curve during the most important time of the year for their business.

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We've Partnered With BigCommerce & Launched 'Google Shopping by Sales & Orders'!

By Anthony Capetola on Dec 04, 2017

Bethpage, NY – Sales & Orders, Premier Google Partner and creator of Management Software for Google Shopping, announced today it has partnered leading ecommerce platform provider BigCommerce to launch ‘Google Shopping by Sales & Orders,’ a native Product Feed Tool designed to help BigCommerce store owners effectively leverage the full capabilities Google Shopping.

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The 2017 US Cyber Monday Google Shopping Analysis Snapshot

By Richard Aviles on Nov 29, 2017

Bethpage, NY - Sales & Orders has released its Cyber Monday 2017 US Google Shopping Analysis Snapshot, detailing a strong showing following what was a huge Black Friday.

E-commerce retailers experienced noteworthy growth this Cyber Monday compared to last, and much of the success can be credited to a willingness to spend more aggressively on Google Shopping.

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The 2017 US Black Friday Google Shopping Analysis Snapshot

By Richard Aviles on Nov 28, 2017

Bethpage, NY - Sales & Orders has released its official analysis of Black Friday 2017, revealing some interesting trends across Google Shopping that have continued to develop over the course of the year. 

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Google Shopping Campaign Priorities Best Practices

By Richard Aviles on Nov 16, 2017

Retailers are constantly looking for a leg up when it comes to improving their positioning and overall success in Google Shopping.

For many, this arena is a bit of an enigma considering we can’t target specific keywords or demographics/interests like we can in the Search and Display networks.

So how do e-commerce stores crack the code, and improve their results in Google Shopping?

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