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https://www.naturesextract.com.au/

Nature's Extract is an Australian manufacturer of water dispersible massage oils whose target market is professional massage clinics and day spas. They've had a BigCommerce web shop for a while. They decided to add a landing page to draw more customers to their online store. The store has the same domain name with .com extension. The landing page has .com.au extension to tweak geo-location oriented searches even though the .com site in Google Web Developers (or Search Console or whatever they call it now) is set to primary location is Australia. It is also hoped the .com.au extension will appeal to the targeted human audience.

The client insisted that to reinforce buyer confidence, there should be a focus on the facts that the products are Australian made and that they've been in business for 25+ years.

It's a single page site that grew a bit. Modules used:

  • BigCommerce PHP API - pulls product images, descriptions & links from the BigCommerce store via the BC REST API
  • Email Obfuscation
  • ProFields - Repeater Matrix
  • JSON-LD Schema
  • ProCache
  • MarkupSEO
  • MarkupSitemap
  • Database Backups
  • Files Editor
  • Upgrades

It also uses PWABuilder code & icon images to make it a Progressive Web App. Google Lighthouse Report results are:

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Have done all I can think of to make the page pleasing to Google. Now for traffic, backlinks, recommendations, social media, influencers, etc. Almost makes me nostalgic for the days when to be found on the web, you only needed a web page with relevant content, attractive graphics and good page structure...

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13 hours ago, psy said:

Have done all I can think of to make the page pleasing to Google.

Should Google really be the ruler of the web?
Great effort and results, anyway! 🙂 

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On 12/17/2018 at 5:51 AM, szabesz said:

Should Google really be the ruler of the web?
Great effort and results, anyway! 🙂 

Yesterday - MS

Today - Google

Tomorrow - ?

On 12/16/2018 at 4:31 PM, psy said:

https://www.naturesextract.com.au/

Nature's Extract is an Australian manufacturer of water dispersible massage oils whose target market is professional massage clinics and day spas. They've had a BigCommerce web shop for a while. They decided to add a landing page to draw more customers to their online store. The store has the same domain name with .com extension. The landing page has .com.au extension to tweak geo-location oriented searches even though the .com site in Google Web Developers (or Search Console or whatever they call it now) is set to primary location is Australia. It is also hoped the .com.au extension will appeal to the targeted human audience.

The client insisted that to reinforce buyer confidence, there should be a focus on the facts that the products are Australian made and that they've been in business for 25+ years.

It's a single page site that grew a bit. Modules used:

  • BigCommerce PHP API - pulls product images, descriptions & links from the BigCommerce store via the BC REST API
  • Email Obfuscation
  • ProFields - Repeater Matrix
  • JSON-LD Schema
  • ProCache
  • MarkupSEO
  • MarkupSitemap
  • Database Backups
  • Files Editor
  • Upgrades

It also uses PWABuilder code & icon images to make it a Progressive Web App. Google Lighthouse Report results are:

1963855399_Screenshot2018-12-1620_39_14.png.f53477d567b5905dbd964519fcbae8bc.png


Have done all I can think of to make the page pleasing to Google. Now for traffic, backlinks, recommendations, social media, influencers, etc. Almost makes me nostalgic for the days when to be found on the web, you only needed a web page with relevant content, attractive graphics and good page structure...

Really nice website.

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43 minutes ago, JeevanisM said:

Yesterday - MS

Today - Google

Tomorrow - ?

Sort of but not really. "Yesterday" we had options. I've never been a Windows nor Office user, for example. If Google takes over the web, then we will have no choice but to follow Google's rules.

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42 minutes ago, szabesz said:

we will have no choice but to follow Google's rules

Aren't we already 😉😎

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we will have no choice but to follow Google's rules
Aren't we already

Awareness is growing. The dark web is no longer only for illegal content but also grows into a net free from
Googles Totalirism, without political correctness, without Apple and Youtube as decision makers for the people,
but Free Speech, Free Thinking, Free Opinion and Free Expression. 

 

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Never depend on one traffic source!

Play the Google-game as it brings you traffic but still play the same game with others.

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