On the subject of ecommerce

December 6, 2016

On November 7th, 2014 wrote on the subject of Inspiration,Web Analytics.

40 Ways to Increase Your e-Commerce Conversion Rates »

You have built a website and sell product from it. You have entered the wonderful world of e-commerce. The question is, how well is your site performing? How are your e-commerce conversion rates? There are a number of relatively straightforward ways to improve the conversion rates of your e-Commerce site. Here are forty ideas that […]

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 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 February 4th, 2009 wrote on the subject of Usability.

Changing The Way You Browse »

Grid style product layouts are now the norm and dare I say it, a little bit dull.  And just as you are congratulating yourselves on getting all your ducks in a row, as it were, the big players are moving on and showing some more innovative ways of displaying products. Again Zappos lead the way […]