Category E-commerce

February 7, 2016

On January 13th, 2016 wrote on the subject of Conversion Rate Optimisation,E-commerce,Internet Marketing,Online Marketing.

How to Get 32,000 Visitors to Your Site in 1 Day »

(…and get your website featured in The Daily Mail while you’re at it…) I specialise in getting people to click on content. Whether it’s a blog post, an interactive resource or even an infographic – my aim is to get as many people as possible to click on it and engage with it. Generally, by […]

On January 5th, 2016 wrote on the subject of Conversion Rate Optimisation,E-commerce,Internet Marketing,Online Marketing.

The Complete Guide to Psychological Tricks to Boost Purchases »

As any internet marketer knows, pretty much every element on a web page can affect the likelihood a user will convert. On that basis, it’s important to make sure you’re testing the right things, and making changes that are likely to lead to more sales. We’ve just finished putting together an infographic which digs into […]

On December 19th, 2014 wrote on the subject of Design Ideas,E-commerce,Inspiration,Internet,Online Marketing,Usability,Web Technology.

Trends That Will Dominate eCommerce in 2015 »

Due to the increased use of technology, particularly mobile devices, such as smartphones, eCommerce is expanding and evolving at an exponential rate. eCommerce sites are having to adapt and evolve to meet the ever-changing needs of technology. From the emergence of responsiveness optimised web design to the increased use of video content, eCommerce has changed […]

On November 5th, 2014 wrote on the subject of Blogging,E-commerce,Online Marketing.

Great Examples of Linkbait used on eCommerce Sites »

Content is an important part of any eCommerce site’s marketing strategy. Driving traffic to your website, generating links, increasing your websites search engine rankings and branding and PR are important factors for eCommerce sites. Linkbait is a very useful method for influencing all of these factors. Whether it’s a quirky video or a humorous infographic, linkbait […]

On October 17th, 2014 wrote on the subject of E-commerce,Technology,Web Technology.

The Growth of Mobile eCommerce Payments »

From cash to credit cards, the way consumers pay for their purchases has significantly evolved over the past few decades. Now, however, the evolution of payment methods is accelerating, thanks mostly to the prevalence of technology in society. According to statistics, there are currently six billion mobile phones in use throughout the world, and 88% […]

On October 1st, 2014 wrote on the subject of E-commerce,Reputation Management.

Google Trusted Stores Now Open In The UK »

In 2012, Google launched its Trusted Stores program in the USA. Now, the search engine has opened the program to UK retailers, aimed at creating a better shopping experience for both consumers and eCommerce websites. What is Google Trusted Stores? Google Trusted Stores is a program that is beneficial to both consumers and eCommerce sites. […]

On February 13th, 2014 wrote on the subject of E-commerce,Industry News,Legal and Financial.

(Another) New EU Directive: Will it Inhibit or Enhance Online UK Retail? »

A new EU directive has made its way into UK law. The purpose of this new legislation is to both increase customer rights when buying online, and make expectations of customers more consistent across the European Union, thereby increasing cross-border trade through online stores. We all remember the cookie fiasco of 2011, the last major […]

On July 13th, 2012 wrote on the subject of Design,Design Ideas,E-commerce,Industry News,Internet,Off Topic,Usability.

When missing the boat leads to being forgotten… »

Image Source Online trading is a fast paced world. Whether it be in stock and shares, grants for start-ups or otherwise, there aren’t many examples to date that show the benefits of waiting around. Let’s look at some examples of once leading technologies, that have recently or notably had to resort to publicising selling shares, […]