National Positions Launches New eCommerce Booster Technology

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eCommerce Booster helps merchants optimize product feeds for increased visibility and traffic.

National Positions announced today the launching of eCommerce Booster, technology designed to help online merchants optimize their product feeds on Google, Bing, Amazon, and all other popular comparison-shopping engines.

National Positions created eCommerce Booster in response to some dramatic changes Google made to their Shopping search algorithm. The biggest opportunity lies in the fact that the algorithm favors geo-targeted products and services. As Google’s market share makes up 25% of the comparison-shopping market, this change is significant to eCommerce merchants who now have a chance to get better rankings and more traffic than ever before.

Beta results from eCommerce Booster over the past few months have been astounding. In tests, the National Positions eCommerce Booster generated $5 million for clients on Google Shopping alone. In six months, the program helped increase an automotive industry client’s revenues from $0 to over $250,000.

To coincide with the product launch, National Positions is hosting a webinar on Wednesday, April 18 at 2 PM EST (, entitled “How to Boost eCommerce Sales Immediately.”

The National Positions webinar will cover an array of topics, including the best marketing strategies for the most popular shopping channels, how to win the data war and how to acquire customers without having the lowest price, to name a few.

To learn more about the eCommerce Booster, visit or join us for the webinar or call 877-866-6699.
About National Positions: Based in Los Angeles, California, National Positions is a worldwide leader in Internet Marketing services. From 2009 to 2011, National Positions was voted by Inc. Magazine as one of America's fastest growing private companies. The company has over 500 employees worldwide and provides services to companies of all sizes, large and small. Some of the brands the company currently services include Wal-Mart, Land Rover, Sanyo, Minolta and Sandals.

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