Sometimes the thought of setting up Google Analytics can seem a little daunting,, especially if you are not familiar with the process. The purpose of this article will be to explain in as much detail as possible, how you can improve your ecommerce website by setting up Google Analytics.
When you start an ecommerce site you realize that there are loads of items that need to be checked, cross-checked and tested to ensure that your customers have a nice experience. That’s why I put together an expansive checklist for new ecommerce sites.
While shopping online for other items is becoming ubiquitous, the one sector that has failed to gain any traction-is the supermarket. During the dotcom boom of the late 90’s there were sites like Grocery.com that tried and failed. Offline big chains like Safeway and Wal-Mart have entered the e-commerce area, with limited success.
This is a guest post from Jerry Cao of UXPin – The UX Design App.
An MVP is much more than just a minimum product. It is perfection by subtraction, the simplest experience, a serious reality check — “Hello, World!”. An MVP trims all the fat and leaves just the essence.
I've spent the last 2 months speaking to successful ecommerce entrepreneurs on my podcast, Shopify Masters, and one of the most common mistakes entrepreneurs regret making is that they started off with too many products. One of my guests, Morgen Newman from MixedMade (click here to listen to his story of launching an ecommerce store that generates revenue in 30 days), spoke about a valuable lesson a seasoned entrepreneur taught him. The entrepreneur told him “when you go from 1 product to 2 products, you doubled the amount of work and risk.”
There are many reasons why a pre-built eCommerce platform might sound more appealing to you than having to hire a web developer to build a brand new one for you. Though, from experience, in most cases the heaviest factor is the ease of use and ability to work closely with a community of other online store owners.
Clever graphic designer always keep some infographic kits and elements handy. Why? Because infographics – even though not that popular as they were two years ago – are still all the rage when it comes to content marketing, so high quality dataviz pieces will always be in demand. Today we've selected for you some high quality, free new resources for your toolkit. Scroll down and let me know which is your favourite.