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5 Best Angular Radio Button Libraries

In this article, we take a look at The 5 Best Angular Radio Button Libraries. 

Angular is one of the most prominent frameworks allowing you to build front-end web applications much faster and more efficiently. Developed by Google and based on TypeScript, a popular programming language developed and maintained by Microsoft, Angular is the first choice of many professional developers for building web applications. In a very short time, this open-source web application framework won the hearts of many web developers and customers across the globe. In fact, according to BuiltWith, over 300,000 websites are built on the Angular framework. The vast range of reusable and accessible component libraries that can help speed up the web development process makes Angular a preferred choice.

Let’s look at some popular Angular component libraries that can help you create robust web apps and systems.

1 - NP-ui-lib: Native Angular UI Components and Design Framework

NPM Command to add package to application

npm i np-ui-lib --save

List of components:

      
Input TextTextareaDate PickerTime PickerColor PickerSwitch
DropdownAuto CompleteTagsNumber BoxFile UploadSlider
CheckboxRadio ButtonRich TextMenubarPanel MenubarBreadcrumb
ToolbarData GridPaginatorCalendarTimelineAlert
NotificationTooltipPopoverPanelAccordionTabs
StepsCardProgressLoaderBlockUiCarousel
ModalDialogTree ViewListVirtual ScrollSidepanel
MaskingDeferi18NThemes and Framework CSSGrid LayoutPadding and Margin
Button and Button GroupBadgesForm   

Modules to be pre-installed

"@angular/common": "^14.0.0",
"@angular/core": "^14.0.0",
"@angular/cdk": "^14.0.0",
"@angular/forms": "^14.0.0",
"@angular/router": "^14.0.0",
"rxjs": "^7.5.0"

Import below css to your application

@import "~@angular/cdk/overlay-prebuilt.css";
@import "np-ui-lib/styles/default-theme.scss";

How to Run this project?

Run below commands in sequence
$ ng build np-ui-lib --watch
$ npm run copy-assets
$ ng serve

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2 - NGX-pretty-checkbox: Quickly integrate pretty checkbox components with Angular 

Installation

  • Step 1

Install the pretty-checkbox from npm or yarn package manager

> npm install pretty-checkbox // or
> yarn add pretty-checkbox

Alternatively, you can also use CDN link

https://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/pretty-checkbox@3.0/dist/pretty-checkbox.min.css
  • Step 2

Download pretty-checkbox angular module from npm package manager

> npm install ngx-pretty-checkbox
  • Step 3

Add dist/pretty-checkbox.min.css file from node_module of pretty-checkbox in your html or import src/pretty-checkbox.scss file in your scss file

@import '~pretty-checkbox/src/pretty-checkbox.scss';
  • Step 4

Add ngx-pretty-checkbox in your AppModule

import { NgxPrettyCheckboxModule } from 'ngx-pretty-checkbox';

@NgModule({
  declarations: [ ... ],
  imports: [
    ...,
    NgxPrettyCheckboxModule
  ],
  providers: [ ... ],
  bootstrap: [ ... ]
})
export class AppModule { 
  ...
}
  • Step 5

Use it in your angular application

<p-checkbox>
  Default
</p-checkbox>

More demos and document

There are more features like Radio buttons , Toggle , States , Animations , Border less , Lock , Scale, SCSS Settings.

Please refer the documentation to know about them.
 

Browser support

Works in all modern browsers.

Chrome >= 26 Firefox >= 16 Safari >= 6.1 Opera >= 15 IE >= 9

Dependencies

Latest version available for each version of Angular

ngx-pretty-checkboxangular
12.0.012.x
11.0.011.x
1.2.0>10.x (ivy)
1.1.0>8.x
1.0.46.x 7.x

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3 - Angular-form-controls: A set of form control components for Angular 1

Installation

You can install this package using yarn or npm:

#yarn
yarn add @meanie/angular-form-controls

#npm
npm install @meanie/angular-form-controls --save

Include the script node_modules/@meanie/angular-form-controls/release/angular-form-controls.js in your build process, or add it via a <script> tag to your index.html:

<script src="node_modules/@meanie/angular-form-controls/release/angular-form-controls.js"></script>

Add FormControls.Component as a dependency for your app.

Styling

These form controls don’t come with styling included, so you will have to supply your own styling. An example is included in the source code.

Usage

The form controls which take an array as options, support both simple options and complex (object) options. The examples below use the following option arrays:

//Simple options, an array with string or numeric values
let simple = ['Option 1', 'Option 2', 'Option 3'];

//Complex options, an array with objects
let complex = [
  {
    id: 1,
    name: 'Option 1'
  },
  {
    id: 2,
    name: 'Option 2'
  },
  {
    id: 3,
    name: 'Option 3'
  }
];

Radio buttons

Simple options, tracked by option value (e.g. Option 1, Option 2, ...):

<radio-buttons
  options="simple"
  ng-model="model"
  on-change="updateModel(value)"
></radio-buttons>

Simple options, tracked by index of option in array (e.g. 0, 1, ...):

<radio-buttons
  options="simple"
  ng-model="model"
  track-by="$index"
  on-change="updateModel(value)"
></radio-buttons>

Simple options, disabled:

<radio-buttons
  options="simple"
  ng-model="model"
  ng-disabled="true"
  on-change="updateModel(value)"
></radio-buttons>

Simple options, required:

<radio-buttons
  name="fieldName"
  options="simple"
  ng-model="model"
  ng-required="true"
  on-change="updateModel(value)"
></radio-buttons>

Complex options, tracked by index of option in array (e.g. 0, 1, ...):

<radio-buttons
  options="complex"
  ng-model="model"
  track-by="$index"
  label-by="name"
  on-change="updateModel(value)"
></radio-buttons>

Complex options, tracked by ID property value (e.g. 1, 2, ...):

<radio-buttons
  options="complex"
  ng-model="model"
  track-by="id"
  label-by="name"
  on-change="updateModel(value)"
></radio-buttons>

Complex options, tracked by ID property value, but returned as object:

<radio-buttons
  options="complex"
  ng-model="model"
  track-by="id"
  label-by="name"
  as-object="true"
  on-change="updateModel(value)"
></radio-buttons>

Complex options, tracked by ID property value, nullable with specified null value and label:

<radio-buttons
  options="complex"
  ng-model="model"
  track-by="id"
  label-by="name"
  is-nullable="true"
  null-label="'None'"
  null-value="0"
  on-change="updateModel(value)"
></radio-buttons>

Select box

Simple options, tracked by option value (e.g. Option 1, Option 2, ...):

<select-box
  options="simple"
  ng-model="model"
  on-change="updateModel(value)"
></select-box>

Simple options, tracked by index of option in array (e.g. 0, 1, ...):

<select-box
  options="simple"
  ng-model="model"
  track-by="$index"
  on-change="updateModel(value)"
></select-box>

Simple options, disabled:

<select-box
  options="simple"
  ng-model="model"
  ng-disabled="true"
  on-change="updateModel(value)"
></select-box>

Simple options, required:

<select-box
  name="fieldName"
  options="simple"
  ng-model="model"
  ng-required="true"
  on-change="updateModel(value)"
></select-box>

Complex options, tracked by index of option in array (e.g. 0, 1, ...):

<select-box
  options="complex"
  ng-model="model"
  track-by="$index"
  label-by="name"
  on-change="updateModel(value)"
></select-box>

Complex options, tracked by ID property value (e.g. 1, 2, ...):

<select-box
  options="complex"
  ng-model="model"
  track-by="id"
  label-by="name"
  on-change="updateModel(value)"
></select-box>

Complex options, tracked by ID property value, but returned as object:

<select-box
  options="complex"
  ng-model="model"
  track-by="id"
  label-by="name"
  as-object="true"
  on-change="updateModel(value)"
></select-box>

Complex options, tracked by ID property value, nullable with specified null value and label:

<select-box
  options="complex"
  ng-model="model"
  track-by="id"
  label-by="name"
  is-nullable="true"
  null-label="'None'"
  null-value="0"
  on-change="updateModel(value)"
></select-box>

Check boxes

For check boxes, the value passed to the on-change handler is always an array of checked values. The model value is also expected to be an array.

Simple options, tracked by option value (e.g. Option 1, Option 2, ...):

<check-boxes
  options="simple"
  ng-model="model"
  on-change="updateModel(value)"
></check-boxes>

Simple options, tracked by index of option in array (e.g. 0, 1, ...):

<check-boxes
  options="simple"
  ng-model="model"
  track-by="$index"
  on-change="updateModel(value)"
></check-boxes>

Simple options, disabled:

<check-boxes
  options="simple"
  ng-model="model"
  ng-disabled="true"
  on-change="updateModel(value)"
></check-boxes>

Simple options, required:

<check-boxes
  name="fieldName"
  options="simple"
  ng-model="model"
  ng-required="true"
  on-change="updateModel(value)"
></check-boxes>

Complex options, tracked by index of option in array (e.g. 0, 1, ...):

<check-boxes
  options="complex"
  ng-model="model"
  track-by="$index"
  label-by="name"
  on-change="updateModel(value)"
></check-boxes>

Complex options, tracked by ID property value (e.g. 1, 2, ...):

<check-boxes
  options="complex"
  ng-model="model"
  track-by="id"
  label-by="name"
  on-change="updateModel(value)"
></check-boxes>

Complex options, tracked by ID property value, but returned as object:

<check-boxes
  options="complex"
  ng-model="model"
  track-by="id"
  label-by="name"
  as-object="true"
  on-change="updateModel(value)"
></check-boxes>

Check box (for boolean values)

Standard:

<check-box
  ng-model="model"
  on-change="updateModel(value)"
>Label for checkbox</check-box>

Inverse (e.g. appears checked when model value is false):

<check-box
  ng-model="model"
  is-inverse="true"
  on-change="updateModel(value)"
>Label for checkbox</check-box>

Disabled:

<check-box
  ng-model="model"
  ng-disabled="true"
  on-change="updateModel(value)"
>Label for checkbox</check-box>

Required:

<check-box
  ng-model="model"
  ng-required="true"
  on-change="updateModel(value)"
>Label for checkbox</check-box>

Issues & feature requests

Please report any bugs, issues, suggestions and feature requests in the @meanie/angular-form-controls issue tracker.

Contributing

Pull requests are welcome! If you would like to contribute to Meanie, please check out the Meanie contributing guidelines.

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4 - NgGenericRadio

Use of NgGenericRadio is to provide a way for frontend developers to simulate the behaviour of radio button.

To use NgGenericRadio we have to use generic-radio-group component and inside it we need to provide ng-generic-radio-option with both selected and unselected state HTML.

NgGenericRadio is fully compatible with Angular Reactive and Template drivend forms.

Installation

npm install --save ng-generic-radio

For Angular 10 use version 2.0.x

Usage

Import NgGenericRadioModule in the component module where we want to use generict radio.

  import { NgGenericRadioModule } from 'ng-generic-radio';

  @NgModule({
  declarations: [
    AppComponent,
  ],
  imports: [
    BrowserModule,
    NgGenericRadioModule,
    FormsModule,
    ReactiveFormsModule,
  ],
  providers: [],
  bootstrap: [AppComponent],

})
export class AppModule { }

Use generic-radio-group tag in html and provide ng-generic-radio-option both unselected and selcted state html insdie the ng-generic-radio-option tag. *selectedState directive is use for selected state and *unSelectedState directive is used for unselected state.

<ng-generic-radio-group [(ngModel)]="selectedModel">
  <ng-generic-radio-option value="option-1">
    <p *selectedState>selected option 1</p>
    <p *unSelectedState>not selected option 1</p>
  </ng-generic-radio-option><br>
  <ng-generic-radio-option value="option-2">
    <p *selectedState>selected option 2</p>
    <p *unSelectedState>not selected option 2</p>
  </ng-generic-radio-option><br>
  <ng-generic-radio-option value="option-3">
    <p *selectedState>selected option 3</p>
    <p *unSelectedState>not selected option 3</p>
  </ng-generic-radio-option>
</ng-generic-radio-group>

With Reactive From :-

<ng-generic-radio-group [formControl]="demoFormControl">
  <ng-generic-radio-option value="option-1">
    <p *selectedState>selected option 1</p>
    <p *unSelectedState>not selected option 1</p>
  </ng-generic-radio-option><br>
  <ng-generic-radio-option value="option-2">
    <p *selectedState>selected option 2</p>
    <p *unSelectedState>not selected option 2</p>
  </ng-generic-radio-option><br>
  <ng-generic-radio-option value="option-3">
    <p *selectedState>selected option 3</p>
    <p *unSelectedState>not selected option 3</p>
  </ng-generic-radio-option>
</ng-generic-radio-group>

Example

Here is the Demo

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5 - ng2-RadioBoxList: Angular 2 radiobox list component

Getting Started

npm install ng2-radioboxlist --save

Checking before using

this component assume that run under Angular2 application, so has this implicit dependency:

    "@angular/common": "^4.4.0-RC.0",
    "@angular/core": "4.4.0-RC.0",
    "rxjs": "5.4.3"

Simple Use

import

//app.module.ts file
....
import { RadioBoxList } from 'ng2-radioboxlist/radioboxlist.js';
@NgModule({
  declarations: [
    AppComponent,
    RadioBoxList
  ],
  ....

//app.component.ts file
 export class AppComponent {
  title = 'app';
  listItemToPass:any[] = [
    {id:1, color:"white"}, 
    {id:2, color:"red"}, 
    {id:3, color:"blue"},
    {id:4, color:"green"}
  ];
  checkboxStyles:string[] = ["container:greenClass, shadow", "title:whiteClass"];
  itemSelectedManager(event){
    console.log("selected item -> ", event);
  }
}

insert selector

<!-- app.component.html file -->
<radiobox-list 
               [title]="'choose a color'"
               [list]="listItemToPass" 
               [id] ="'id'"
               [value] = "'color'"
               [styles] = "checkboxStyles"
               [preselected]="'1'" //id to preselect as string
               (selected) = "itemSelectedManager($event)"
               ></radiobox-list>

Styling

you can style by applying class to container, title, input and label passing a string or an array of string to [styles] input property. String format is: "<container|title|input|label>:, , ..., " Array format simply is an array of these strings. in code sample 'checkboxStyles' is so declared:

    checkboxStyles:string[] = ["container:greenClass, shadow", "title:whiteClass"];

Theming

it's also possible set a theme [dark or light] using input property theme:

<!-- app.component.html file -->
<checkbox-list 
               [title]="'choose a color'"
               [list]="listItemToPass" 
               [id] ="'id'"
               [value] = "'color'"
               [theme] = "'dark'" 
               (listSelected) = "itemSelectedManager($event)"
               ></checkbox-list>

For using css file theme you have to set styles property in .angular-cli.json like so:

      "styles": [
        "styles.css",
        "../node_modules/ng2-radioboxlist/theme/radioboxlist.dark.css",
        "../node_modules/ng2-radioboxlist/theme/radioboxlist.light.css"
      ],

[IMPORTANT] if you are under ng serve command you have to stop and repeat command (.angular-cli.json isn't watch by angular compiler)

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  • The candidate's body weight should be proportional to his or her height.
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  • Physical fitness is required of the candidate.
  • Eyesight requirements: a minimum of 6/9 vision is required. Many airlines allow applicants to fix their vision to 20/20!
  • There should be no history of mental disease in the candidate's past.
  • The candidate should not have a significant cardiovascular condition.

You can become an air hostess if you meet certain criteria, such as a minimum educational level, an age limit, language ability, and physical characteristics.

As can be seen from the preceding information, a 10+2 pass is the minimal educational need for becoming an air hostess in India. So, if you have a 10+2 certificate from a recognized board, you are qualified to apply for an interview for air hostess positions!

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Install Angular - Angular Environment Setup Process

Angular is a TypeScript based framework that works in synchronization with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. To work with angular, domain knowledge of these 3 is required.

  1. Installing Node.js and npm
  2. Installing Angular CLI
  3. Creating workspace
  4. Deploying your First App

In this article, you will get to know about the Angular Environment setup process. After reading this article, you will be able to install, setup, create, and launch your own application in Angular. So let’s start!!!

Angular environment setup

Install Angular in Easy Steps

For Installing Angular on your Machine, there are 2 prerequisites:

  • Node.js
  • npm Package Manager
Node.js

First you need to have Node.js installed as Angular require current, active LTS or maintenance LTS version of Node.js

Download and Install Node.js version suitable for your machine’s operating system.

Npm Package Manager

Angular, Angular CLI and Angular applications are dependent on npm packages. By installing Node.js, you have automatically installed the npm Package manager which will be the base for installing angular in your system. To check the presence of npm client and Angular version check of npm client, run this command:

  1. npm -v

Installing Angular CLI

  • Open Terminal/Command Prompt
  • To install Angular CLI, run the below command:
  1. npm install -g @angular/cli

installing angular CLI

· After executing the command, Angular CLI will get installed within some time. You can check it using the following command

  1. ng --version

Workspace Creation

Now as your Angular CLI is installed, you need to create a workspace to work upon your application. Methods for it are:

  • Using CLI
  • Using Visual Studio Code
1. Using CLI

To create a workspace:

  • Navigate to the desired directory where you want to create your workspace using cd command in the Terminal/Command prompt
  • Then in the directory write this command on your terminal and provide the name of the app which you want to create. In my case I have mentioned DataFlair:
  1. Ng new YourAppName

create angular workspace

  • After running this command, it will prompt you to select from various options about the CSS and other functionalities.

angular CSS options

  • To leave everything to default, simply press the Enter or the Return key.

angular setup

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Basics of Angular: Part-1

What is Angular? What it does? How we implement it in a project? So, here are some basics of angular to let you learn more about angular.

Angular is a Typescript-based open-source front-end web application platform. The Angular Team at Google and a community of individuals and corporations lead it. Angular lets you extend HTML’s syntax to express your apps’ components clearly. The angular resolves challenges while developing a single page and cross-platform applications. So, here the meaning of the single-page applications in angular is that the index.html file serves the app. And, the index.html file links other files to it.

We build angular applications with basic concepts which are NgModules. It provides a compilation context for components. At the beginning of an angular project, the command-line interface provides a built-in component which is the root component. But, NgModule can add a number of additional components. These can be created through a template or loaded from a router. This is what a compilation context about.

What is a Component in Angular?

Components are key features in Angular. It controls a patch of the screen called a view. A couple of components that we create on our own helps to build a whole application. In the end, the root component or the app component holds our entire application. The component has its business logic that it does to support the view inside the class. The class interacts with the view through an API of properties and methods. All the components added by us in the application are not linked to the index.html. But, they link to the app.component.html through the selectors. A component can be a component and not only a typescript class by adding a decorator @Component. Then, for further access, a class can import it. The decorator contains some metadata like selector, template, and style. Here’s an example of how a component decorator looks like:

@Component({
    selector: 'app-root',
    templateUrl: 'app.component.html',
    styleUrls: ['app.component.scss']
})

Role of App Module

Modules are the package of functionalities of our app. It gives Angular the information about which features does my app has and what feature it uses. It is an empty Typescript class, but we transform it by adding a decorator @NgModule. So, we have four properties that we set up on the object pass to @NgModule. The four properties are declarations, imports, providers, and bootstrap. All the built-in new components add up to the declarations array in @NgModule.

@NgModule({
declarations: [
  AppComponent,
],
imports: [
  BrowserModule,
  HttpClientModule,
  AppRoutingModule,
  FormsModule
],
bootstrap: [AppComponent]
})

What is Data Binding?

Data Binding is the communication between the Typescript code of the component and the template. So, we have different kinds of data binding given below:

  • When there is a requirement to output data from our Typescript code in the HTML template. String interpolation handles this purpose like {{data}} in HTML file. Property Binding is also used for this purpose like [property] = “data”.
  • When we want to trigger any event like clicking a button. Event Binding works while we react to user events like (event) = “expression”.
  • When we can react to user events and output something at the same time. Two-way Binding is used like [(ngModel)] = “data”.

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Going to a library with Angular

Hi! Today we are going to learn how to create a library in angular and import that in other angular applications.

Prerequisites

  • Basic knowledge of angular
  • Node and NPM set up in the system

First clear out the Common thoughts

What are Angular Libraries?

An angular library is a collection of components, services, directives, etc. that can be shared across different Angular projects. More precisely, in programming, the Library is a collection of precompiled routines that a program can use.

An Angular library cannot run on its own. It must be imported as a package in an angular application. It is a shareable code which provides Reusable functionality.

Why do we need a Library?

Many applications need to solve the same general problems, such as presenting a unified user interface, presenting data, and allowing data entry. We as developers can create general solutions for particular domains that can be adapted for re-use in different apps. These solutions can be used locally in your workspace, or you can publish them as npm packages to share with other projects or with other Angular developers across the globe.

Certain solutions are complex in nature and recreating them everywhere we need it, is heck of a job. That’s why its better to create such complex solutions as libraries to reuse with ease.

That’s why libraries are important and angular embraces this functionality. Look at some of the angular core libraries like RXJS that are imported as a library in angular and we know how important RXJS is in the angular world. Just imagine if we didn’t have the RXJS as a library but instead, we had some functions in some documentation, and in order to use it, we have to copy-paste those functions into every component and angular application we create. That would be troublesome and hard to maintain.

Behind the scenes: ng-packagr

Angular has a compiling component name packagr whose only job is to maintain the integrity between the angular apps that import angular libraries. We create angular libraries with the different angular core versions and these libraries are imported into different angular apps that may or may not be based on the latest angular version. Some apps may be based on the latest angular 10 but some apps might be based on version 4 or 5. So, how does a library created with version 10 can work with an app based on version 5. For this, angular has a pretty build tool that specific to libraries as it packages them into a certain format that’s compatible with any version of angular (not any, just the ones that are supported).

The tool name is ng-packagr which is used to compile and package a Typescript library to angular package format. This packagr makes sure that what we want to reuse in other angular apps must follow certain guidelines/rules.

These guidelines are Angular Package Format – a set of instructions that make sure whatever you are packaging will be able to integrate into other angular apps.

Current guideline – https://docs.google.com/document/d/1CZC2rcpxffTDfRDs6p1cfbmKNLA6x5O-NtkJglDaBVs/preview

Let’s code!!

Creating angular workspace without application

Hit this command in your terminal, opened up where you want to have the directory –

ng new <workspace-name> --create-application=false

Terminal execution of the command

This command creates a mono repo structure for angular workspace. Mono repo structure refers to a structure that not only contains one project but many. These structures are suitable for the applications that divided into several projects but are correlated to each other. For example, a UI whose navbar is a separate project, whose sidebar is a separate project, and further too. Each visual element dynamic element is separately handled in a different project with free choice of using any dev dependencies. These kinds of front-ends are also known as** micro front-ends.**

With mono repo, we will have the angular library and library consumer app in the same workspace.

Hit the below command, inside the created directory

ng generate library <library-name>

Library command output

#angular #web application #angular #angular-library #npm

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Magento Ecommerce SEO Best Practices

Running a business online? Well, I have come across many of you who bend back and forth trying to up their game by hiring a relevant Magento development company and further following the best SEO practices. Fortunately, we are living in an era where you can find a plethora of methods or ways to enhance their SEO procedures. The following post acts as a perfect guide that can assist you in enhancing your SEO tactics/strategies and help you to up your game.

Why is there a need for SEO for eCommerce? 1
How is SEO beneficial for your eCommerce Store? 2
#1 Generate Sustainable Traffic 2
#2 Drives Brand Awareness 3
#3 Amazing Customer Experience 3
#4 Free 3
#5 Capturing the Long Tail Keywords 4

Magento Ecommerce SEO Best Practices 4
#1 Duplicate Content 6
#2 Keeping your store Up-to-Date 7
#3 Enhance the Website Speed 7
#4 Check the Magento SEO URLs 8
#5 Optimize Product Images 9
Final Thoughts 9

Why is there a need for SEO for eCommerce?

Do you think that SEO is a mere method of producing a high amount of traffic? Well, to be precise SEO is way more than you think. Striving hard to compete in today’s insanely tricky and competitive world is a bit kind of a challenge, especially after the COVID pandemic. So what exactly is SEO? Well, it is short-term known for Search Engine Optimization. The process of increasing traffic visiting a website by gaining a higher position in comparison to the previous one. Originally, SEO was supposed to attract as many visitors as possible.

Now, whenever you try surfing the internet to look for specific information, I am sure you must come across several options, some of which are the best while others are not in the Search Engine Result Pages (SERPs). In other words, the high position of the website means more possibility of visitors visiting and becoming your regular customers. Further, I would like to mention the pros of considering SEO for your eCommerce store.

We are residing in an era where there’s a race for increasing visitors, traffic and revenue and an organic search can be pretty much of help here.

How is SEO beneficial for your eCommerce Store?

Even today, Search Engine Optimization is overlooked as a highly crucial aspect of eCommerce business marketing strategy. However, here below I would like to mention several benefits offered by SEO. Read Away!

#1 Generate Sustainable Traffic

One of the obvious benefits of considering SEO is generating a sustainable amount of traffic. There are several methods available such as paid social media, and search engine ads that can certainly assist in driving tons and tons of visitors in an extremely short span of time. You see, maintaining such an impressive amount of traffic is tricky and all the paid methods are pretty expensive. I mean here you have to keep paying the ad provider again and again. And over time, you might have to pay more to drive volume with the increase in competition.

In fact, hereby incorporating the best SEO strategies, you will be able to create a more sustainable level of traffic. You see, most SEO investments tend to happen right at the beginning of the process and can certainly offer long-lasting results. At the same time, it is extremely important to keep the content well up to date and the website keeps on running smoothly. Learn more regaring content marketing.

#2 Drives Brand Awareness

In today’s scenario, making people well-aware of your brand is very important and SEO offers a great amount of help in doing so. In fact, it turns out to be the sure-shot way for low-cost brand awareness. I mean if your website gets to appear on the very first page of Google, there is a 100% chance for people looking for a particular product ending up stumbling on your website and even buying the product.

Such kinds of rankings can also turn out to be endorsements which do visitors click on and keep the brand in mind while making the final decision. Without a doubt, top ranking is one of the most powerful positions to be in and unlike your competitors you aren’t falling short here.

#3 Amazing Customer Experience

When you end up ranking on the top of the SERPs, it becomes pretty easy for customers to visit your store. Also, this without a doubt increases the buying chances. In fact, according to several stats, almost all the users don’t even bother looking at the websites that are listed on the second page of Google. So ranking on the first page of Google turns out to be a must.

Now tell me something: do you remember URLs? Of course, not! What we generally do is we simply google things and then view websites or stores ranking on the first page of the search result. Not to mention if the website is already ranked on the first page it means that it is the best in terms of navigation, content quality, high-quality images, and whatnot! As a result, an amazing customer experience can be expected here.

#4 Free
The next advantage of considering SEO for your eCommerce store is that it is available for free. Unlike PPC ads or social ads or search engine ads, you don’t have to pay whether it might work wonders for you or not. All you have to do is follow some of the best SEO practices that earn you a great source of traffic without the requirement of paying any kind of upfront costs. Though you may not spend extravagantly on SEO, you can hire a team of SEO experts at a reasonable price who carry an immense amount of experience ranking eCommerce stores by boosting search engine rankings.

#5 Capturing the Long Tail Keywords

Another crucial advantage of considering SEO for your eCommerce store is that it captures the long-tail keyword. You see 15% of search engine queries are new and unique and a long tail keyword strategy is the implication of these queries within the content and presents it seamlessly that it successfully covers at a higher rate.

Although, eCommerce sites are typically well-structured in such a way that they do end up targeting those long-term searches. For example, first, you look for clothing rather than women’s clothing, then dresses, jumpsuits, pants, jeans, tops, t-shirts, shirts and whatnot! Similarly, an eCommerce store follows the same path, so if you have the keyword “women dresses” Jeans for Women” then the end user can directly land up on your site. Here all you have to do is opt for a robust and scalable SEO strategy.

I can simply go on and on when it comes to the benefits of eCommerce SEO such as building trust, increasing sales, expanding remarketing audiences, increasing site usability, fast loading speed, etc. eCommerce SEO is a growing trend and not making the most of it means you might have a lot to lose. Further, I would like to mention some of the best Magento eCommerce SEO practices to take into account.

SEO benefits for Magento Store

Magento Ecommerce SEO Best Practices

When we use the word eCommerce, Magento is something that automatically comes to your mind. Why so? Because Magento and eCommerce are like chocolate and peanut butter, they can make incredible taste when merged. In fact, there are a plethora of reasons such as power, security and customizability why Magento is a go-to platform for retailers planning to strengthen their online presence. Now I am sure you must have come across the term Magento SEO. Well, it is a set of SEO adjustments that are unique and never heard of before. In fact, Magento turns out to be more like a blessing in disguise for SEO as it incorporates some of the most amazing features such as robots.txt file, sitemap.xml, etc.

To come up with a strong technical foundation you need:
● Great URL Structure
● Meta information
● Headings
● Faceted Navigation
● Crawling and Indexing
● Site Speed
● HTTPS

In order to rank your Magento store well, especially through the organic search results, there are certain aspects you must take into consideration. Yes, I am talking about the three pillars:

1. Technology – A strong technical foundation of the website can certainly assist search engines in finding and understanding your site as soon and as effectively as possible.
2. Relevance – Is your content relevant to the search query? For that, you have to make sure that you end up creating content that’s useful and satisfying for the end users.
3. Authority – Try to build trust by adding as many links as you can to your website.

It may quite interest you to know that doing SEO for a typical website is far easier than doing that of an eCommerce store featuring hundreds and thousands of page listings or product listings. Fret not, here down below I would like to mention some of the most intimidating SEO tips that must be taken into account for the betterment of your eCommerce store.

#1 Duplicate Content

What exactly is duplicate content? Now I am sure you must have seen similar content over the internet. I mean two websites having the same heading, title, paras, images basically everything seems to be extremely identical. Can you spot which one is original and which one is copied? Now what happens is when multiple versions are similar to each other, it becomes way difficult for search engines to distinguish between the two. And that’s the reason why search engines rarely tend to display the duplicate pages in the search engine rankings. You must be wondering whether the duplication can harm SEO. Well, of course, it does and in many ways!

One of the obvious ways is that duplicate content can result in high penalties leading to harming your page rankings and organic traffic. You see search engines in such cases tend to determine which version is more relatable to the query of the audience and then give a specific rank. Though there is no denying the fact that duplicate content can severely dilute link equity and credibility.

I have come across many of you who have this question, can this be visible to the naked eyes? Well, not really because duplication is hidden in the code of the site so you need software to check things precisely. Best practices to combat duplicate content are:

● 301 redirect
● Make use of Meta Robot Tags
● Make relevant changes in Meta Title Tags
● Use Canonical tag
● Eliminate pages

Mainly duplicate content issues occur in pages such as product filtering, product sorting, pagination, the same product in different categories, variation of a similar product and so forth.

#2 Keeping your store Up-to-Date

Another crucial tip to take into account is keeping your Magento store up to date. Now since you have already developed an intimidating Magento store but not keeping it up-to-date means you won’t get desired results and keep your customers hooked for a long period of time. Of course, Magento development is very crucial but what’s more crucial is to maintain the website. Here’s how!

● Analyze website performance – You have to keep examining the overall performance of the website day in and day out. Fortunately, there are a wide range of magento tools available that may assist you well in analyzing the website. So that you can beware of negative clicks, visits, bounce rate, search queries and whatnot!

● Website speed – With an increasingly short attention span of users, website owners these days must keep severe track of the speed of the website. If the website doesn’t load within three seconds then your customers are more likely to shift to your competitors.

● Regular updates – Fresh and relevant information are favored by all and your end users are certainly not an exception here. So try rewriting your website at regular intervals to keep your users stay relevant and on top of Google.

Here you do have a choice. You can either update things manually through a system upgrade or else seek assistance from a relevant Magento development company which offers seamless maintenance.

#3 Enhance the Website Speed

The next step that needs to be taken into consideration is enhancing the website speed. The slow loading speed can be quite discouraging and tiresome. Now, first of all, let us understand why this happens in the first place. One of the obvious reasons for slow loading speed include not meeting the system requirements, making use of inappropriate extensions, MySQL, NGINX, and PHP configurations not optimized, disabling caching, use of slow hardware and whatnot!

Further, I would like to mention a few ways through which you can speed up your Magento store.

● Update regularly – When a different version is released then you need to know that it is astronomical. And the same goes for every other technology available. You see developers in the Magento community tend to strive extremely hard to make the latest version secure, robust and scalable to a great extent. So don’t miss out on the big update, you never know it can be way more useful.
● Optimize your database – Databases tend to store data in one location. Now what happens when the data is poorly optimized, it takes way longer to server requests. As a result, this surely reflects in performance.
● Enable Magento Cache Management – Now let’s take a situation where you are sending an invite to around 1000 people. Now when you do it manually, it takes a hell lot of time and effort. How about sending bulk emails too?
○ Create a copy of your site in the local cache
○ Magento returns the copy instead of recreating a new site

Also, make this a regular habit of the site audit. Right from adding the relevant amount of pages to getting notified if the website speed gets slow make use of the website audit tool to identify relevant issues such as broken links, SSL errors, lack of mobile optimization and whatnot!

#4 Check the Magento SEO URLs

Another interesting tip to take into account is keeping tabs on Magento SEO URLs and seeing whether they are SEO-friendly or not. One of the most amazing features offered by Magento was that it enabled the end users to edit their product URLs freely. Yes, in other words, it is extremely easy to make relevant changes to all the links, especially the ones which are in regard to the product categories, and CMS pages. In other words, you no longer have to worry about 440 errors or missing content here.

Some of the best and most common examples to consider:
● website.com/category/
● website.com/category/sub-category/
● website.com/category-sub-category/product-name/

#5 Optimize Product Images

Another crucial step to take into account is to optimize product images. By doing so you can conduct better search rankings. Now you must be wondering what image optimization is. Well, it is all about reducing the file size of your image and all this happens without sacrificing quality. Here’s how you can do so!

● Name image descriptively – You will be listing hundreds and thousands of products so don’t keep the default names given by the camera. Try to incorporate relevant keywords so that when the crawler goes through your file names, it finds them relevant. Take a deep look at the website analytics and relevant keyword patterns and then make crucial decisions here.

● Choosing image dimensions – Now since you are creating an eCommerce store, of course, you have to show the product from different angles. For example, the back, the front, the interiors, engines and whatnot! In addition, do not forget to add a relevant description so that potential users end up landing on your website.

● Reduce the file size – As mentioned earlier, the attention span is pretty much less and your eCommerce store not loading in a span of 3 seconds means you are losing out on your potential customers. It may also interest you to know that Google uses page load time as one of the crucial ranking factors.

And that’s all for now!

Final Thoughts

Though SEO is one of the most conventional and traditional approaches, there are numerous new and quick options such as paid ads, social media ads, and emails, that can offer immediate returns. However, on the contrary, investing or hiring a reliable SEO agency might not provide immediate returns but it certainly can be a slow yet sustainable path to achieve growth in the long run. Take certain aspects such as keyword selection, content creation, and tech SEO in mind and do try investing in opportunities that are within your reach.

It doesn’t matter whether you are a techie or a non-techie, but you have to be realistic knowing that SEO strategy won’t be an overnight success – it may take weeks, months and even a year but have faith that one day your eCommerce store will be found on the top search rankings. Stay motivated, and keep going because that’s the only way we move forward.

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