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Online retail is hard, grocery retail is really hard, so online grocery is, of course, really, really hard.”
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Q: How can a manufacturer make production descriptions available to retailers that sell its products?
How can a manufacturer make production descriptions available to retailers that sell its products and still have the manufacturer’s own website recognized by Google as the original source of the ...
A: I would recommend that you have one description which you use on your own site and offer e-retailers an alternate description.
Google is generally reasonably good at determining that the manufacturer’s site deserves to rank highly, or even number one, for the content within a product description. They take numerous factors ...
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