If there is anything that I need to know in terms of technology and how it has affected the retail sector, I bank on the powerful blogs written by Neil Patel. His blog is enlightening.
When I was only beginning my start-up of selling readymade clothes on the internet I wanted to be able to understand how sales could be boosted. I thought it was a good idea to make a note of some ways to do so.
A word of caution is necessary here:
E-commerce sites are mushrooming up across the internet. It is important that you keep both your eyes open to use an opportune moment when it arises.
Here is a list that is not just read but also tried and tested:
Call To Action
Research had shown categorically that the customers watching the computer screen tend to often look on the left side of the page rather than the right-hand side. That is why they recommend that any call to action or the CTA must be concentrated only on the left-hand side.
Also, flooding the home page with too many click posts will not do. It will end up confusing the customer and ultimately help him in going away sooner than you thought.
The text must be SEO complying:
The ultimate goal of forming a website is to be picked up by the search engine right? So, the font and the copy of the text must be such that it does get picked up by the web crawler or the search engine tools. At the end of the day, however, fancy your content was and however aesthetic the website’s home page was, a business can be generated only if there are people who are clicking on it and sharing it amongst themselves.
I was looking to buy twitter retweets when I realized that the problem was universal. Some of the sites were so clunky that I felt confused. I had made a mental note of this entire ad decided to use it when I air my site soon.…