Did you know nearly 60%–80% of your customers who click the “buy now” button drop out without completing the checkout sequence? It's a shame, because you have worked so hard to bring them to your website and funnel them through to the checkout pipeline, only to find out there's a gushing hole that's causing most of your ready-to-buy customers to bleed away. These were the people who actually wanted to buy your product, so what went wrong?
For many, ecommerce SEO is a huge pain in the arse because aside from the usual SEO to-do list of company websites like improving URL structure and creating a mobile version, you have to deal with dozens, if not hundreds (or thousands?) of product pages and descriptions.
When it comes to the global ecommerce market, there's one contender who's quickly becoming the world's biggest: China. China's online market is the biggest in the world with an estimated value of 450 billion USD (2014) which supersedes the US' 296 billion USD by far according to Juniper Research. Understanding the structure from which it thrives is imperative if we're to learn anything from its multifaceted success.
When was the last time you saw a beautiful online store and wondered, “How much did that cost?”
Chances are the answer is several thousand dollars. But with Supadupa, website beauty remains reachable thanks to a team of dedicated designers striving to make the sleekest ecommerce templates in the world. Keep reading to learn more in this in-depth Supadupa review.
So, you’re the proud owner of an e-commerce business that has seen increasing revenue, and now you’re looking to sell. You have probably put in countless hours of hard work and equity to build a profitable site and now your objective is to get the maximum return on your investment. Well, if you’re looking to best prepare your e-commerce website for the sale, then you’ve come to the right place. In this guest post from brokerage expert, Thomas Smale of FE International, we will explore the options that you have when looking to sell ecommerce business websites, and how to maximize the overall sale price of your business.
When building an online store, it takes more than just a simple website and a cool product for people to figure out who you are and start talking about you.
You need a community.
One that scours the internet for the best new products, while also sharing your online store with others who might find it interesting. Crowdsourcers have Kickstarter, but what about those companies that are simply looking to sell online without the help of crowd-based investors? Wouldn't it be nice to generate your own ecommerce shop on a platform that also includes a community of people who are looking to discover new and emerging brands, and help them grow?
That's where Tictail comes into play.
All online entrepreneurs require the proper platform to get started selling, and Shopify has proven to be one of the best options to sell products, both digital and physical, along with offering functionality for processing payments, designing beautiful storefronts and even using CRMs with the help of apps.
As someone who owns an app (Gleam.io) that helps businesses grow I am constantly amazed by some of the contests customers are running to engage their audiences. Contests are one of the most diverse forms and engaging forms of marketing that exist, no two are the same and there's so much you can do to make the experience unique for entrants.