WooCommerce SEO Consultant

Work with a WP SEO specialist who's been ranking keywords at the top for over a decade (since 2008)

Companies I've helped

Meet Jean

Senior SEO Specialist.
12 Yrs Experience helping businesses of all sizes, including world-renowned brands. I speak English & French, and work with business owners, marketing directors, and their teams.

Looking for a true WooCommerce SEO Expert?

Let's get straight to the point.

All ecommerce store managers know how important organic search traffic can be for steady, predictable sales.

They generally also know that depending ONLY on a paid ads strategy can be tricky in the longterm.

After all, you're 100% dependent on paying each and every click. And the day you stop paying for each click, you disappear from the surface of the (search engine) earth. Brutal, I know.

This is precisely why SEO can be a valuable growth channel for any ecommerce store, as it pretty much drives in a steady stream of traffic. Day in, and day out.

Of course, to get there, you need an SEO strategy that actually moves the needle, by putting you at the top of page 1 for your target keywords.

Is SEO really that important for your store?

Think about it this way: Your offer can be great, but if nobody ever takes notice, you won’t sell anything. That’s why any type of traffic source is key, including SEO traffic.

The interesting thing about SEO is it can bring you all the traffic you need, making paid ads and social media “optional” traffic channels.

That doesn’t mean you should forget about them, but it’s no longer a matter of survival. It’s simply a matter of not leaving money on the table.

Having your ecommerce website optimized for search engines is crucial for creating a solid foundation to build upon.
So yes. SEO is very important for your store.

But there's a myriad of ways to mess up your SEO. I'd even go ahead and say that ecommerce SEO is one of the toughest forms of SEO in existence today.

So what's a WooCommerce website to do for better SEO?

First piece of advice:

I know this may sound counter intuitive, but don't focus on search engines. Instead, focus on your audience. Focus on the hungry shoppers looking to buy the products you offer.

By adopting a user-focused approach, you'll never lose sight of what's truly important: serving your customers to the best of your ability.

As an ecommerce owner or manager, it's crucial to make sure everything you do leads to a better shopping experience.


A better shopping experience will improve your store's conversion rate, and produce a better ROI on all your marketing efforts.

Want a better ROI from your paid ads? Want a better ROI from your SEO efforts? Offer a stellar user experience to your audience. Make them love shopping in your store.

The beauty of doing this is search engines will pick up on the positive shopping experience in your store, and push you higher in the search engine result pages. It's a win-win on all fronts.

What to do next for your ecommerce SEO?

Getting all your category and product pages optimally indexed in the search engines is undoubtedly the most important next step. So make sure there's nothing preventing your "key" ecommerce pages from being optimally indexed (included) in the search engine pages.

Not sure what to look at? Get in touch and I can help you figure this out with a technical SEO audit.

I'll identify any issues or roadblocks that may be hurting your ecommerce store's SEO performance. Then offer actionable recommendations to resolve these issues, and drive in more shoppers from the search engines.

What about keywords? Are they important for SEO?

Absolutely. Using the correct keywords on both your product and category pages is crucial for success.

Make sure you're using keywords that:
1 - target the correct type of audience (potential customers),
2 - and have the highest potential to drive in more traffic & sales.

Once you're 100% sure you've selected the right keywords, it's time to get into the meat & potatoes of SEO. It's time to rank those keywords on page 1 in the search engines.

Easier said than done obviously :)

But still easy for an experienced SEO specialist. So don't hesitate to get in touch if you're stuck with your keywords, and don't know how to push them to the top of the search engines. And of course, if you need help selecting the right keywords, I'd be happy to help.

Apply for a free consultation below, and we'll schedule a call to discuss your ecommerce SEO.

What my clients say

Excellent SEO specialist who works to deadlines, is meticulous with his communications and gets great results.

Would highly recommend.

Chandrashan P.

CEO, Nebula Health
It's great to have you on top of our SEO strategy.

Results are looking good for sure.

Glenn P.

General Manager, K9 Carts
Jean is one of the best consultants we've had the pleasure working with.

He's professional, adheres to all deadlines, and is extremely flexible.

Dmitriy S.

Marketing Manager, WC Shipping
Jean was extremely helpful. He did a great job and allowed us to make tremendous progress in SEO. We saved a lot of time thanks to his know-how and expert advice. The communication was clear and simple, and he never failed to explain what may seem complicated to a non-expert. I would definitely recommend him to anyone who needs help in SEO.

Suzanna U

Executive, GEG Tech

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