We have an eCommerce nutrition store at www.fitfuel.com. It's a great site, especially for osCommerce, but the problem is we seem to be paying for all of the traffic we're getting (i.e. no organic search traffic). we get listed ok in MSN and are moving up in Yahoo, but it seems Google isn't even indexing our pages. I understand that we have to get more links to our site, and we will, but there is something else fundamentally wrong with the site. We need someone to checkout this site and implement all of their suggestions in our site: [url removed, login to view] This guy explains all basic SEO stuff, nothing too crazy, we just need to integrate these rules into www.fitfuel.com. Most importantly, I need to know: 1) Is it even worth it to try and SEO an osCommerce site? Are osCommerce and/or php based sites fundamentally worse for SEO than html and other platrforms? Maybe we need to scrap osCommerce and get a new platform... 2) Does our page have frames? Can they be removed? 3) See what from the link above is doable and what isn't. I know SEO is tough and we've used people before that are terrible. We're not looking for a massive undertaking, just simple changes that will improve our performance. See BELOW for more.
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