Brand name on website

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Hell everyone, hope all is doing good.

I started this new job on an eCommerce website and will handle social media soon, i am still building the website for now.

I do not have much experience in this but i have the skills and i know what to write and how to build a good image, however i have a problem i am not able to solve, the company i am working for has a brand and i do not know how to show (glorify, show case? not sure of the exact word) that brand name.

should i put the title of each product as BRANDNAME product name (for example MCDONALDS big mac) ? this way all the website would be like this, it would be too much no? with all the products having the brand name at the beginning of the titles?

or maybe product name by BRANDNAME as a title? this way it would be repeated all over the website too.

please note that the company only has this brand and it is registered.

Thanks all!
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  • Profile picture of the author Amirsohel12
    I think you whatever you choice wisely and significiant and unique with so much attraction people stop to read it .
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  • Profile picture of the author DABK
    Are you only going to promote / sell products by that brand?


    Is that brand something people actually google?


    Think of SEO too.


    If it's the only one you're going to promote, the whole site can be branded accordingly.


    If it is not, you can have a page for the brand, where you list all their products (or product types), then each product page will have to have the brand name somewhere on it.


    If people are searching for the brand, you'll want the brand name to be in the title of the product page: Brand Hammers, if they sell hammers.


    Originally Posted by genberkalin View Post

    Hell everyone, hope all is doing good.

    I started this new job on an eCommerce website and will handle social media soon, i am still building the website for now.

    I do not have much experience in this but i have the skills and i know what to write and how to build a good image, however i have a problem i am not able to solve, the company i am working for has a brand and i do not know how to show (glorify, show case? not sure of the exact word) that brand name.

    should i put the title of each product as BRANDNAME product name (for example MCDONALDS big mac) ? this way all the website would be like this, it would be too much no? with all the products having the brand name at the beginning of the titles?

    or maybe product name by BRANDNAME as a title? this way it would be repeated all over the website too.

    please note that the company only has this brand and it is registered.

    Thanks all!
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    • Profile picture of the author genberkalin
      Thanks for the reply.
      Yes it is the only brand we would be selling, and it is a good idea to brand the website, any suggestions?


      Edit: Sorry i didn't answer your other question.
      No, the brand is that well known, so no googling.


      About SEO i will be working on that soon.
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  • Profile picture of the author Frank Donovan
    Originally Posted by genberkalin View Post

    I started this new job on an eCommerce website and will handle social media soon, i am still building the website for now.

    I do not have much experience in this but i have the skills and i know what to write and how to build a good image, however i have a problem i am not able to solve, the company i am working for has a brand and i do not know how to show (glorify, show case? not sure of the exact word) that brand name.

    should i put the title of each product as BRANDNAME product name (for example MCDONALDS big mac) ? this way all the website would be like this, it would be too much no? with all the products having the brand name at the beginning of the titles?
    Nothing personal, but posts like this mystify me.

    From the company's point of view, why hire someone to do a job if they don't have the relevant experience? On the employee's part, why take on a role you have no idea about?

    But most of all, why don't both parties just talk to each other?

    You can't do your job effectively if you don't know what's expected of you and your employer is wasting time and money by not explaining it.
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    • Profile picture of the author genberkalin
      I'm not that inexperienced, i have acceptable knowledge in marketing and eCommerce however i am not highly experienced, i had worked with companies before in the sales department but spent some time in the marketing department, so i know a thing or two.

      The problem is that the company owners are not that tech/eCommerce savvy, they are traditional, they own few stores and work in retail and wholesaling, so it's up to me to do all the heavy work, i will be taking a digital marketing workshop next month, so hopefully I'd be better at this.

      Thanks for your reply
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  • Profile picture of the author Medon
    To me you can go either way. You can chose to use the company name infront of each product or simply develope each of the product. it will still give you the desired results.
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  • Profile picture of the author DURABLEOILCOM
    You need to first find out which are the top competitors in your brands niche. Once you find the best competitors do your research on their websites and see how everything is laid out. Create a website for your brand that assimilates all the best features of your competitors websites.
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  • Profile picture of the author John Marshall
    I've just read an SEO book which covers ecommerce sites. It's called 3 Months To No.1 and believe that you would benefit from studying it
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  • Profile picture of the author Kherk Roldan
    Originally Posted by genberkalin View Post

    Hell everyone, hope all is doing good.

    I started this new job on an eCommerce website and will handle social media soon, i am still building the website for now.

    I do not have much experience in this but i have the skills and i know what to write and how to build a good image, however i have a problem i am not able to solve, the company i am working for has a brand and i do not know how to show (glorify, show case? not sure of the exact word) that brand name.

    should i put the title of each product as BRANDNAME product name (for example MCDONALDS big mac) ? this way all the website would be like this, it would be too much no? with all the products having the brand name at the beginning of the titles?

    or maybe product name by BRANDNAME as a title? this way it would be repeated all over the website too.

    please note that the company only has this brand and it is registered.

    Thanks all!
    I usually do a combination ( Brand Name + Keyword)

    For example, your product is related to "gout" I can do

    Gout and you or something like that ( for SEO purposes as well)

    I don't recommend adding store or shop in the domain nameme
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