For the best results, our experienced account managers audit your Noon account. They look at your product listings, keyword targeting, and rankings to review your Noon SEO strategy and discover opportunities for growth.
Your account manager will also chat with your team to learn about your existing strategy and goals for Noon.com. With your feedback, they can build a competitive plan tailored to your short- and long-term goals.
If you don’t have an Noon account yet, your account manager will meet with your team, whether via a video call, phone call, or in-person. This meet-up helps your account manager establish a roadmap for creating your store, uploading your products, and more.
Next, our Noon optimization services investigate your competitors on Noon.com.
As a part of your account manager’s research, they look at your competition’s keyword targeting, product features, unique offers, and product optimization. Using their findings, your account manager can tailor your strategy to compete (and beat) your top competitors in Noon search results and sales.
Following your account manager’s account audit and competitor analysis, they can start creating your Noon SEO strategy. Several factors contribute to your plan, including your goals and number of products.
If you’re looking to drive more sales for top-selling products, for example, your account manager will likely focus on product optimization for those goods. Or, if you want to start shipping slow-moving inventory, their strategy may revolve around optimizing those listings.
Either way, your dedicated Noon SEO expert will present their strategy to your team for review.
Next, your dedicated account manager begins researching keywords for your Noon SEO strategy. They focus on finding relevant and high-value keywords that describe your products and represent a transactional or ready-to-buy search intent.
As a part of our Noon optimization services, we also try to find low-competition keywords. With less competition, your company’s products can earn a higher spot in Noon search results and avoid fierce competition from larger brands, like Noon.
If you’re looking to start or expand your Noon Store, our Noon SEO listing optimization services include adding products. Your dedicated account manager will create and optimize your listing according to Noon best practices, plus coordinate with a trusted third-party vendor (if needed) for product photos.
Finally, your dedicated account manager optimizes your product listings, which includes:
(1) Incorporating relevant keywords into product titles and descriptions
(2) Ensuring product images match Noon.com guidelines and recommendations
(3) Choosing relevant categories and subcategories for products.
With these optimizations, your company can start improving the visibility of your products in Noon search results, as well as their usefulness to shoppers. These changes can lead to more sales and revenue for your business.
Noon's algorithm relies on more than keywords — it also uses factors specific to product inventory and order fulfillment. That’s why our Noon SEO services include in-stock rate monitoring, FBA support, order defect rate monitoring, and perfect order percentage monitoring.
With this service feature, your dedicated account manager can help and support your team as you fulfill orders, restock products, and more. For the best results with Noon SEO, companies must optimize their listings and logistics.
As a part of your Noon optimization services, your dedicated account manager will create a monthly report for your team. This report makes it easy for your business (and company leaders) to check-in and follow your Noon SEO progress.
Your account manager will review your report with you one-on-one. If you have questions, it’s the perfect time to ask your account manager. You can also ask for report changes or improvements to make it even more valuable for you and your team.
For the best results, ongoing Noon optimization is a must.
That’s why our Noon SEO services focus on continuous product optimization, whether by finding new keywords, tweaking product features, or adding brand-new products to your store. With ongoing optimization, your business can continue to earn new customers and more sales.