Google Checkout section is shown in Shop By block of Magento’s search results page:
Probably most of the store owners would like to have their products to be highlighted among other search results in search engines.
Google’s Rich snippets can help you to get desired results. All you need is to integrate them in your Magento store.
About rich snippets and structured data you can read more here.
Sample of Breadcrumbs integration into magento is pretty simple,
code of “template/page/breadcrumbs.phtml”
Magento powered stores or any other Ecommerce stores rely on the fact that no matter how many products they can display on their home page people will surely search for their desired products in order to purchase online. Default search box which comes with the Magento installation is quite powerful in searching and showing product catalogue but still many store owners prefers to use Google Site Search in their Magento powered stores.
Google Site Search Advantages For Magento Stores
Google Site Search saves you from the overhead of heavy searches on your site making your site go slow. If Google site search is used you won’t be computing any results on your store rather showing what is already indexed in Google.
There are tutorials all around the web as well as at the Inchoo website that guide you through various Google services integration with Magento eCommerce platform. I wanted to unite all of these resources on one place and also bring something new to the table.
In this guide, we’ll talk about:
1. Google Analytics integration with Magento
2. Google AdWords conversion tracking with Magento
3. Google Base integration with Magento
4. Google’s Feedburner service integration with Magento
5. Tracking conversions in numbers instead of percentage with Google Analytics custom report
By now, everybody that reads this blog has probably heard of upcoming Google TV, a device that is set to revolutionize the broadcasting industry and finally take it to the next step – the world of actual two way interaction. Since we deal with e-commerce here at inchoo, the first thing that popped into my head when I saw what Google TV is was its effect on e-commerce world.
Since Google TV will be able to run Android apps, what should we actually call this kind of shopping – e-commerce, m-commerce or tv-commerce? Well, first of all, your TV is not very mobile, so I guess m-commerce is disqualified as a valid name, no matter it can run apps initially intended for mobile use. E-commerce should be a pretty valid name, since your TV will be connected with the internet so you are actually buying via the internet. I think tv-commerce or TVcommerce would be the most proper name, but it could get confused with “old tv-commerce”.