Sacramento, CA (PRWEB) January 17, 2008
This eBay announcement is the start of many new campaigns to find search engine problems in websites. Many large websites are having the same problems with search engines that can be easily fixed. The findings due to extensive research performed on eBay companies has revealed that most websites have some sort of hinderance to their search engine visibility. The launch of http://www.plan-investments.com is also the start of implementing research findings into a new website.
It's no accident that eBay.com and sister websites like Rent.com do not rank as high in search engines like Google and MSN. While eBay, Inc has out performed other industry companies in almost every imaginable competitive arena, this major problem is causing eBay websites to rank much lower in search engine rankings, thus lowering potential customers and profits considerably.
For example, eBay.com is considered the powerhouse in the market for online auctions, but as of January 14, 2007, eBay.com is the 9th ranked website when "online auctions" is searched in Google.com. Having an "authority" website such as eBay.com at the bottom of the organic search results is not only detrimental to the profits of the company, but is a disservice to consumers who are not receiving the most relevant websites highly visible in search results.
The problem lies in the fact that search engines like Google use robots and equations to rank websites in organic search results, which in the case of eBay.com, does not always place the most relevant websites at the top positions. Ebay, Inc is living proof how a large website with an enormous budget will be severely crippled in the search engine world by not implementing the right techniques in the eyes of Google.
As stated earlier, thorough research clearly identified the search engine problem with eBay and also revealed that it can easily be fixed. With early implementation of the right procedures, there could be immediate positive results for eBay.com, as well as other eBay sister websites. The amount of revenue generated by search engines for top companies like eBay.com is staggering and the fixing of this problem could amount to millions of dollars in a relatively short period of time.
Whether you are a top executive of eBay, Inc or just a hard working employee, you probably understand the search engine problem and should be very proactive in getting it fixed. Andrew can be contacted regarding this matter and the contact details can be found below to go over what needs to be done to drastically improve the search engine placement for all eBay companies. If other companies feel that they are suffering from the same search engine problems there is hope. Research and implementation can be done to fix similar problems in older websites, and other strategies can be performed to avoid any search engine problems for new websites as well.
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