There’s no denying that mobile is the way your customer will connect with your business from this point moving forward. But since it’s still an upcoming tactic, web designs for smartphones and tablets are struggling to make their pages appealing and user friendly.
Attracting a customer is hard enough. Grabbing their interest and retaining them is even more difficult. It’s important to design your website so that user frustration is kept to a minimum, thereby maximizing customer retention. KISSmetrics.com provides some examples of what not to do when designing your website.
Are you ready to launch your new eCommerce website? An eCommerce website requires much more than just images and a link for buyers to purchase. You need to build an awesome user experience or you’ll risk losing them after their first visit to your page. If you’re not quite sure what you need for your eCommerce website, take a look at a list of some must-haves. Some of these may have already occurred to you, while others might be a surprise.
We’ve got some news for you: Your company’s website will never be finished. If you believe you are completely finished with your website, then perhaps you’re not doing all you should with it. And this adds up to some good news because if you’re constantly updating your company’s site, you’ll develop an advantage over your competitors who aren’t.
If you already have an existing website, or plan to develop one in the future, it’s very important to understand the characteristics that can either make or break the effectiveness of your online investment. An unattractive or poorly built website will do more to hurt your business than to help it. We’ll look at the five general components involved in website design and making it successful for your business.
When it comes to creating an eCommerce website, there may be some challenges regarding the design and usability of the site. Sites that do sell products online need a website that promotes their products and is easy for everyone to use. If you are just starting out, don’t worry, follow these tips for creating an superb eCommerce website. Don’t expect to become rich overnight, as long as you implement these tips and be patient, you should eventually see profits coming in.
The article, “Accepting Credit Cards and PayPal on Your eCommerce Site” by entrepreneur.com writer Rich Mintzer provides a good understanding for someone starting an online business focused on eCommerce sales. The article suggests that in order to set up a credit card account on your website, the most commonly used methods of accepting these credit card payments is by either using your own merchant account, or by using a payment gateway account (third party merchant).