In order to set priorities of your business, it is important to first define the primary objective of your online store. Most physical store owners bring their presence online to expand their reach to customers, locally, regionally and internationally depending on the type of products and services they are offering. While this is the case for a majority of the businesses, there are also other business owners who create e-commerce stores for diversifying their products which simply cannot be shelved or displayed behind glass. A company that sells cotton and woolen products in a small closed shop cannot display large carpets for customers to see, but even if it does manage to salvage some extra space the display would not be appealing enough for the consumer to gain interest. Under these circumstances, the necessity of an online store is inevitable. Continue reading
Providing greater customer satisfaction is the key to determining success in today’s competitive web world. And today, UX (User Experience) plays a significant role in maximizing customer satisfaction. According to Econsultancy reports, “UX improves customer satisfaction by 75 percent.”
Needless to say, higher customer satisfaction helps in improving customer retention rate and sales. UX is usually associated with the process of website designing and developing – that is vital to the sale of your product(s). However, building something with user experience in mind isn’t easy. There are many things that you need to consider for creating a winning UX Design.
Let’s look at some of the most important factors that you should keep in mind when working on a UX design project: Continue reading
In the previous part of the series, we had started our journey on exploring some of the best and most creatively designed HTML5/CSS3 websites in the World Wide Web. In this part of the series, we move on exploring some more of them.
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According to eMarketer, worldwide retail e-commerce sales are predicted to reach $3.578 trillion by 2019. Despite this impressive number, e-commerce sales will still only account for 12.8 percent of total retail purchases. The question of whether or not big corporations and small business should sell online isn’t a question. You should. However, your website’s performance can directly affect your sales and growth. Continue reading
Welcome to another amazing list of some cool and handy WordPress themes from our series Handpicked WordPress Themes, designed to help you out in selecting the perfect theme for your WordPress blog or website without the hassle.
Let’s have a look at what we have in this list,
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Welcome back to another installation from our popular series Handpicked WordPress Themes, where we feature some of the best and most beautiful WordPress themes available in the market for your use. Just go ahead, pick one from these or the other lists in the series and apply them to your website in minutes.
Let’s have a look at what we have here for you,
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Commenting is a very important way to judge user response and engagement for any website. In this part of the series, we will explore all the commenting platform opportunities available in WordPress. These are some of the plugins which can replace the dull and boring “default” commenting system in WordPress with something which can take your commenting system to a whole new level. Continue reading
Building business online, most entrepreneurs obsess over driving traffic to their website to increase sales. Although it’s logical, it’s more important to put your audience needs first to grab their attention.The more readers you have, the more likely your business can grow. Thus, holding readers’ attention is a must: write for them, help to solve their problems, and they will never forget you. To succeed in online business, you need to have a firm grasp of writing a perfect blog post. If you want to improve your blog writing skills, pay attention to the infographic about creating a perfect blog post by OmniPapers. Plus, read the following information about core elements of blog posts. Continue reading
Are you seeing issues with the bounce rate on your website or the conversion on your e-commerce site? This could be an issue with the load time of your website. Ensure you are getting the most out of your server. The proper hosting optimization can lead to a more responsive site and improve the load time of your website.
It is obvious that every business has different needs and marketing campaign goals so how could a single software work for all. Therefore, you should research deeply to find the best-suited software app which gives a real image to your diverse requisites. After reviewing dozens of email marketing tools/software, we came to the result with a list of top-rated software. This helps you select any of them in accordance with your business desires and domain type, which holds powerful features & plays a major responsibility in the industry to stay always ahead. Continue reading
We have finally reached the end of this series. Everything good needs a sweet ending somewhere. We have tried our best in presenting you with a hand-picked list of some of the best and most professional tutorials on Photoshop tutorials & Lightroom tutorials and some involving the proper use of both.
Our previous series on “Photoshop Tutorials to Better Designing” have helped our readers in understanding and learning Photoshop in a whole new level. The main aim of this series was to help our readers learn Lightroom with perfection and bridge the gap between these two making a proper use of both of them and creating stunning results.
I hope this series have helped you in learning a lot of new and interesting things in Photoshop and Lightroom. Please bookmark this series to check back later and try the tutorials in your leisure time. Please do share it with the world and spread the knowledge. Continue reading
Not so long ago, building a website or application for your business meant designing a single platform that would look great and run smoothly on a single, solitary device: the personal computer. This was before the proliferation of smartphones, tablets and phablets, when the majority of people still had to sit down at their desktop to point-and-click their way across the World Wide Web. When it came to the end-user experience, the only real variation that designers had to anticipate was screen resolution and processing power. Make the text and graphics too small, and you might render your site illegible on those low-res CRT monitors. Get a little too chippy with the Flash animation, and you might crash someone’s computer. Continue reading