Once your customer is on your checkout page, you’re in the clear, right? After all, they’ve already made the decision to buy from your site, made the decision on the product, and made the decision to click “go to shopping cart”. They’ve already made so many decisions in your favor, nothing could possibly derail this conversion, right? …Right? Way off.
Your mother was right about everything, including your business It’s Mother’s Day. Yes, today. Right now, actually. (If that fact has somehow escaped your mind, you should probably go make amends with, I don’t know, a bouquet from the supermarket or something.) Anyway: Moms. What would we do without them? They impart countless bits of wisdom to us, their kids,
Ecommerce It’s cheaper and easier to get into the ecommerce business than ever before. But that doesn’t mean it’s easy to succeed in the ecommerce business. Here is our list of do&don’t when launching your own ecommerce business: 1. DO test your product. It’s hard for most entrepreneurs to admit, but sometimes your product is just not that great. Don’t
Starting Your Business If you’ve been considering starting your business for some time, stop letting your fears and worries keep from making it a reality. Sure, it will require plenty of work and quite a lot of stress initially. But the payoff, both financially and spiritually, will be well worth the journey. Not sure where to begin? Here are the
Website Design Is the Domain of Your Entire Company Your website design is the central hub of the digital presence of your company, yet many companies delegate web design to the marketing department, expecting a small, highly specialized group to present the collective capital of the company in a compelling and actionable way. Without involving other groups, your website will likely be
Shopping Cart – Ecommerce The age of Internet shopping is taking over the world, and even the brick and the trend is even affecting the brick and mortar store with more and more customers wanting to shop on the Internet. In order to stay competitive, a store must not only have a physical location, but it must be willing to