Category: E-Commerce

  • The E-Commerce Marketer’s Guide to Technical SEO

    By | Thursday, October 17, 2019 | 0 comment

    The speed and convenience of online retail are making it easier for people to buy what they want with a few clicks or swipes. No wonder, purchasing products or services online has become a common practice across the globe. The digital retail trend is only expected to grow. In fact, it is estimated that by…

  • increase online sales

    7 Proven Strategies to Increase Online Sales of Your Product

    By | Friday, September 6, 2019 | 0 comment

    Whether you’re a SaaS seller or one who deals in physical products, making a new sale can seem almost impossible given the sheer number of alternatives customers have to the product or service you are offering. But on the bright side, it’s still possible to win customers and make sales. Here are seven strategies you…

  • Shopify SEO

    How to Boost Your SEO with Shopify Store Localization

    By | Friday, August 30, 2019 | 0 comment

    One of the fastest growing industries in the world today is also the one that is creating the most successful entrepreneurs. This industry is e-commerce or online retailing. Everyone knows the giants, that include Amazon, Alibaba and ebay, but there are literally millions of other smaller e-commerce sites that collectively generate billions of dollars every…

  • How to Build a Customer-Centric E-Commerce Store

    How to Build a Customer-Centric E-Commerce Store

    By | Monday, July 29, 2019 | 0 comment

    In the modern e-commerce market, it’s all about appealing to the unique sensibilities of the customer. Every digital marketing strategy you employ, every product description you write, every communication tool you use, and ever financial decision you make needs to be geared towards the personalization and optimization of the shopping experience. Most importantly, all of…

  • Monoliths vs. Microservices

    Monoliths vs. Microservices: Which Is Right for Your Store?

    By | Friday, July 26, 2019 | 0 comment

    When we install a web application such as Magento or WordPress, we expect it to provide everything we need to build our site or e-commerce store. The web server and the database are separate, but all the business logic – the code responsible for building web pages, responding to requests, processing data, and communicating with…

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