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Re: 3 Ways to Buff Up Your Website and Do More Business
Posted by: Vivian Wagner 2017-12-05 04:49:59
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Let's face it: Your website is central to your e-commerce business. Upgrading your website is one of the most important things you can do to bring in new customers and sell more products. Sometimes, though, it's difficult to know exactly how to improve your site. To help you out with that dilemma, here are three ways to refresh your website and boost your business without breaking the bank. The overall design of an e-commerce website has a big impact on customers -- and sales -- so regularly rethinking and tweaking your site's design is vital.


Re: 3 Ways to Buff Up Your Website and Do More Business
Posted by: anna_stanek 2017-12-27 00:49:08 In reply to: Vivian Wagner
Modern eCommerce is constantly advancing, which proves the need for perfectly-running, mobile-optimised website.
At the same time, I'm sure that many retailers face the next problem - platform migration. Recently, I have interviewed 5 eCommerce founders, who have migrated to Magento or Shopify.
Here is what one of them told: “We were able to launch our store within 1 day...”. He told me why he did migration, and how it influenced his store's sales: https://goo.gl/33V17j

Re: 3 Ways to Buff Up Your Website and Do More Business
Posted by: Gin_nyits 2017-12-07 05:14:18 In reply to: Vivian Wagner
Hi Vivian! Great topic! The experience of our outsourcing e-commerce company Union Progress led us to find out the 4th way. Adding a pop-up live chat window is a great tool which is pushing customers to make a conversion!

Re: 3 Ways to Buff Up Your Website and Do More Business
Posted by: audreyzack 2017-12-05 05:19:32 In reply to: Vivian Wagner
Hey Vivian, nice to read. The conclusion of the post seems to offer a great (User Interface) and User Experience. If you would like to attract more customers and make more sales, your eCommerce website must have an outstanding UI and UX.
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