I strongly believe in the opportunities created by the internet to democratize access for new arrivals on the market and encourage competition. It is, without doubt, much easier to sell a product today than in the days before the World Wide Web.
Pre-internet, it was vital to find a physical reseller to generate turnover and you often had to accept unfavorable sale conditions e.g. high commissions and/or high volumes. With internet here to stay, you can now sell your products directly via your own website at the price and volumes you choose! We are finally free from the former constraints and in control of everything from production to distribution and customer relations.
AirSorted has set off to conquer the French market. What are their chances of being an SEO success? Keep reading to find out what Google thinks of the different Airbnb concierge services in France.
In July, AirSorted ads popped up all across London – from Gare du Nord videos to the Eurostar magazine and billboards on the city’s iconic double-deckers. Even the Airbnb I stayed at was managed by the company, whose straight talking and sleek service instantly caught my attention.
The arrival of lost-cost long-haul flights in France, particularly to the United States, is game changing for travelers. Flights to New York now start at just €159 and you can jet off to Los Angeles for under €200. Despite claims that low-cost long-haul simply isn’t viable, Norwegian is leading the way both on and offline.
Norwegian often pops up in conversations, especially in relation to Los Angeles, a destination previously with very few direct flights from France and sky-high prices as a result of the mono/duopole of Air France and Delta (Skyteam alliance).
By offering direct single fares from €199.90, Norwegian will without doubt boost the number of passengers using this route!
When it comes to Google searches for fashion in the UK and France, the weather doesn’t hold all the answers! Which items of clothing hit the top search spot in each country? Which sites rank best for these searches? Are there any French companies snapping up market share in the UK and vice versa?
Comparing fashion-related keywords for France and the UK tells us a lot about the kind of products in high demand in both countries. This provides valuable insights for e-shops hoping to set up on the other side of the Channel, so they can target the most popular products and adapt their offer.
As a country manager for France you may well have grasped the importance top notch SEO to succeed in the French market. But, how much do you know about the state of your SEO in France? In this article, I’m going to show you how to analyze your SEO in relation to other European markets and give you 4 tips to optimize your SEO, whether your SEO is managed by your company headquarters or you’re recruiting an SEO agency in France.
Are you in charge of the French market at an international company? Country Manager France, Head of France, Marketing Manager France…whatever your exact title, you have lots of projects on the go, a small or inexistent team and very little time to spend on SEO.
What is the keyword “hotel” worth in France? What place do OTA occupy in the online tourist accommodation market? In France, who has the No.1 spot – Booking.com, Hotels.com, Trivago or Tripadvisor? Read on find all the answers, as well as 5 top tips for independent hotels to ace their SEO.
We often accuse online reservation sites of bullying independent hotels by invading Google search results (AdWords and SEO) and taking ever higher commissions on hotel reservations.
When we look at the results for “hotel”on Google.fr, we see that OTA (Online Travel Agent) dominate the SERP, in particular, Hotels.com, Booking.com, Trivago and TripAdvisor.
The new book from Seth Stephens-Davidowitz, “Everybody Lies: Big Data, New Data, and What the Internet Can Tell Us About Who We Really Are” makes for some interesting SEO reading. What do Google searches reveal about political bias and sexism in the United States, France and the UK?
Following in the wake of Freakonomics, Everybody Lies: Big Data, New Data, and What the Internet Can Tell Us About Who We Really Are is a gold mine of information for quantitative analysis fans, and particularly if you’re interested in SEO.
It’s time for the quarterly airline and flight comparison site barometer! Who ranks best for Paris-London, EasyJet or Air France? Who takes the top spot for the keyword “cheap flights”? Read on to find out…
The flight industry was one of the first to be revolutionized by the
internet. EasyJet pioneered selling 100% of its flights online from 2000 to avoid a costly distribution system dominated by travel agents, whose commission represented up to 20% (agency and GDS fees). Now that online reservations have become the norm, which airlines and flight comparison sites are faring well when it comes to SEO?
The top keywords for air travel in France:
Cheap flights (246K) – “vols pas cher”
Airline Tickets (200k) – “billets d’avion”
Flight comparison site (200k) -“comparateurs de vols”
Mono-product mattress brands – Tediber, Eve Matelas, Bruno, Casper & Co – are now developing in France. But, who is winning over the French market on the web: French startups or their European and American competitors? Who ranks best with Google?
Following in the footsteps of pastry shops, restaurants and accessories brands, mono-product websites offering online purchase and home delivery are now flourishing in the French mattress market. The main players are French Tediber, British Eve Mattress, German Bruno and American Casper. Let’s look at what Google thinks of these brands and to what extent they are disrupting this slightly sleepy market.
If we apply Google’s Page Rank methodology to the French media, where 1 link = 1 vote in favour, which candidates get the most votes? Read on to find out what the mainstream French media really think!
With the French presidential elections hovering on the horizon, I decided to take a closer look at the links leading from key media sites to the main candidates to see if they’ve picked their winner.
I’ve already delved into the links behind the sites of the right-wing primary candidates. But this time I decided to get a complete overview of the 5 main contenders before breaking down the results by media type e.g. regional press, magazines and pure players.