Posts Tagged ‘Four Rules to a Thriving Ecommerce’

Four Rules to a Thriving Ecommerce (Rule 4)

Monday, September 21st, 2009

4 Rules to a Thriving Ecommerce

(Rule 4)

A back-end program indirectly supports the front-end services of a website. The back-end of most websites are transparent to the customers while it mediates the interaction between the customer and the business. Even though the back-end is only seen by managers of the business, it is still important to have the correct functionalities to make the site efficient. The back-end of a website is just as important as the storefront. A smooth intuitive back-end will promise a fast and easy checkout. It also has just as many possibilities as the front-end. It’s important to determine what functionalities your website will need for the best fitting back-end.


Four Rules to a Thriving Ecommerce (Rule 3)

Tuesday, July 21st, 2009

One of the most important things you can do for your customers, the web, and your ecommerce business is to create and maintain good content. Every website should contain keywords, original writing, content that is relevant to the target market and it should always be professional. This will keep visitors coming back to your site and put you at the top of search engine results so you can gain new customers.


Four Rules to a Thriving Ecommerce (Rule 2)

Tuesday, July 14th, 2009

If you thought all ecommerce websites are built the same, think again. Once a consumer gets to your webpage, it is instantly critiqued. A poorly built sight will make an internet user exit just as fast as they entered into it. On the other hand, a properly built website will create a simple filtering process where people that are looking to buy will be guided through the site in a fast and easy manner. This is brings us to the second rule of creating a successful ecommerce site.


Four Rules to a Thriving Ecommerce

Tuesday, June 2nd, 2009

Everything can be bought online today and now people are realizing it. According to Nielsen Media, last year 85% of the global online population used the internet to make a purchase. From electronics to real estate, an online consumer can find and compare products and services side by side to get the best results for their needs; whether it is price, quality, size, color, or location. Not only do online shoppers get the best product, they get it conveniently in the comfort of their homes, also saving precious time. With as many people searching online to purchase a product or service, there are just as many businesses online trying to sell. Even if you have a superior product, if your ecommerce site doesn’t stand out, you won’t have a chance to gain customers. Over the next few weeks, we will share with you the 4 rules to make your ecommerce site thrive amongst its competitors and how to gain and keep customers in the process.


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