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Opening up the doors of your e-commerce webstore and selling on multiple platforms
The importance of selling on multiple channels. It is widely known that the world has changed and that in order to succeed we need to adapt our business model to this new environment. The Internet has taken a key role in this change, making it possible to carry out transactions from anywhere and anytime. In addition to that, the Internet has facilitated the purchase of products, making it possible to compare products and prices from different companies and decide which product or service best suits the needs of each individual buyer.
How to secure your website?
Security is one of the most important factors to consider when building any website. Despite all the research that you might have done, it's important to remember that there are always new threats and vulnerabilities to consider. One of the best ways to keep your site safe is to use a company that can offer you a solution that is tailored to your business needs.
Do your conversion rates go down all of a sudden? Are you stressed to rank on Google? Do buyers appear like neglecting your store? If yes, then fault yourself for not paying attention to your e-commerce website maintenance services.
E-Commerce Integration: Is Your Website Seamlessly Connected with Your Business Systems?
Online shopping in the UK has been increasing steadily year on year for the last decade and a half. According to the Office for National Statistics, online sales accounted for more than 25% of all UK retail sales in 2020 – compared with less than 3% in 2006.
What kind of businesses spring to mind when you think about online sales? It will most likely be business to consumer retailers, using the internet to sell their products directly to customers. Certainly, most retailers will have an e-shop, using it either to sell exclusively online or perhaps to complement a physical store.
Choosing a Payment Gateway: 7 Essential Considerations
In the pre-internet world, paying for a product or service wasn’t always as easy as it is today. Customers would have to either visit the business in person, mail a cheque, make a bank transfer or pay over the phone using a credit or debit card.