Top 6 eCommerce Reads: February ’17 Part:2

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ditindia.com – Your First Sale is Important, Let Shopify Kit Help you with it

With the reach and power of the internet every business needs an online presence as well. This way one’s business, brand or service can be viewed even by browsers across all geographical barriers tremendously, expanding ones sales potential. Research shows that almost 75% of startups in the US outsource their business requirements in order to save on costs and also for assistance in managing and promoting the brand or products.


blog.oorjit.com – Beef Up Your eCommerce Website Sales with 6 Post-Order Emails

As an online retailer, your job isn’t just to ensure a new customer makes his way to the shopping cart. By incorporating these six post-order emails into your email-marketing plan, you can make your customers giddy with excitement at the prospect of shopping at your website again.


hongkiat.com – 10 Open Source CMS for Building eCommerce Sites

There are a few solutions in building an eCommerce website that contain all the utilities and features for convenient online shopping. If you don’t mind delving into the technicalities and setting up your own eCommerce website, take a look at the following 10 open source CMS you can use to build a site for free.


blog.lemonstand.com – Looking Ahead: Technical SEO Tips for eCommerce in 2017

2017 is going to be an exciting and somewhat difficult year for SEO. The landscape is taking some highly technical turns lately, and even as a 10-year veteran of search engine optimization, I find myself struggling to find the time to learn everything I need to know. Here are some of the most important SEO tips for 2017.


salsify.com – When Shoppers Research: Fun and Easy Experiences Win the Sale

At this pivotal time – where the purchase happens or the product is deserted – consumers are reviewing content and questioning brand loyalty. If the brand or retailer doesn’t have product descriptions that clearly illustrate the item, they may forsake their favorite shopping destination for a different product. None of us want this, and here are some key ways to prevent it.


baymard.com – 191 Search Design Examples

Use these page design examples to get inspiration for your own eCommerce search features, autocomplete suggestions, and no results pages, and get a feel for emerging trends and patterns from the search engines of 50 major eCommerce sites.


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Ixia – Virtual Private Cloud: Are You Getting Your Money’s Worth?

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