Leacy Classic Car Parts site grows using Content Management System
Writing about web page http://www.leacyclassics.com/parts/mg/midget.html
The problems I have encountered include:
- Very slow page loading times.
- Hidden or non-existent page titles.
- Charges to add Google Analytics and even then prevented conversion tracking.
- Database generated URLs with duplication.
I have been working on the new Leacy Classics website with the guys at STAAK in Leamington. Even these serious web-developers needed to use an e-commerce builder package from Magento but they have been able to implement all of my SEO suggestions swiftly.
When a customer suggested that the MG Midget Parts should be separated out, I was impressed when a Leacy employee at Perry Barr was able to easily add this as a Category, with 14 sub-categories, and populate this with compatible parts. When I found that these pages were well titled and picked up by the sitemap I knew that at last I found a decent e-commerce, CMS package.