We recently discussed how eCommerce retailers have no choice but to optimize page load times if they want to make sure customers don’t give up and leave before completing a purchase. Part one covered the issues you might find on the back end of your website that are slowing down page load times and some
Ecommerce stores are gearing up for their busiest time of year–the holidays. So, what can online retailers do to better safeguard their platforms and their customers’ information? There are a few essential steps businesses can take right now to better enable security during the holiday shopping season.
By Samantha Gluck Social media platforms and ecommerce go together like cookies and milk.
By Samantha Gluck Photographing products for your ecommerce site yourself saves money and gives you the most control over the outcome.
By Joanna Fletcher The popularity of using video on ecommerce sites has increased dramatically.
By Simon Wright The days when Web sites just acted as glorified online brochures are well and truly over. These days, if you aspire to being a successful business, you require a mechanism to take orders and receive payments via your Web site.
By Jen Brister Up-selling is one of the best ways that you can possibly make a little extra money with each sale online. When a company uses a great up-sell strategy, they can increase each sale made by 20 percent or more. When you have a company Web site, it’s easy to have your web
By Winmark Business Solutions The concept of electronic procurement for a small business not yet comfortable with new technology can be overwhelming. E-procurement takes many forms and has become a requirement for doing business with the government. But the electronic procurement requirements that we describe here are not unique to the government. They are the
By Buffy Cranford If you frequent the www.levis.com Web site, you likely noticed a few catchy plug-ins integrated on nearly every Web page. With a simple mouse click, you can pick and choose your favorite jeans and interface your top picks with Facebook. When your friends shop Levis, they are greeted with your favorite styles,
By Joanna Fletcher It’s truly a horrible moment when you lose your cell phone or your hard drive crashes. There’s the device itself, which is not an inconsiderable investment, but the real loss is the contact information stored within that device. Contact information is one of those things that builds up slowly into an invaluable