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Yahoo! Store questions...
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mivox

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Msg#: 137 posted 6:58 pm on Jul 10, 2001 (gmt 0)

I'm thinking of using Yahoo Store to build the ecommerce portion of a website, mainly because of the ability to get a Yahoo Shopping listing, and would like to hear others' experiences with them, as far as sales sucess, quality of Yahoo support, associated costs, etc...

Specifically, I would have a primary information website under my domain name, and then have the store portion with Yahoo stores, since Yahoo doesn't really offer the scripting and layout options I want for the main site.

OTOH, is there a way to have a non-YahooStore e-commerce site listed on Yahoo Shopping?

 

pmac

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Msg#: 137 posted 7:27 pm on Jul 10, 2001 (gmt 0)

Hi mivox.
I've been playing around with a Y! store and so far I'm pretty happy with it. The reporting tools are outstanding, and Yahoo shopping drives traffic. Make sure that the link text for your products is in kw search form, as this is how the serp's are produced. Featured sites get first crack, then a ranking system based on the quality of your service is used to determine your ranking. also being discussed here:
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