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5 E-Commerce SEO Tricks Anyone Can Do from Home

Despite all the upheaval going on at the moment, many online businesses are still thriving and functioning as normal. People are shopping online more than ever at the moment, so e-commerce SEO is absolutely necessary for anyone looking to make sure that their website is performing as well as it can be. Here are five

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7 Things E-Commerce Website Design Needs to Stop Doing

Online consumers have never been savvier or more engaged, there’s a number of things that e-commerce website design services really need to stop doing in 2020. Here are seven of the most reprehensible issues and why you need to sort them out ASAP! Avoid Auto-Playing Content There’s nothing more annoying to the customer than when

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Why Quality Content Marketing is Future-Proof

As we enter the roaring 2020s, keeping an eye on the horizon and staying fresh is going to be in every digital marketer’s mind. Going forward, with so many innovations still rolling out and the online landscape constantly shifting, here is why you want to be focusing on quality content marketing, and why it’s future-proof.

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Trends Set to Make Waves in E-Commerce Web Design

E-commerce and the web design vital to it is a wildly developing area of the net, continually looking to jump on new trends or make use of emerging technologies. Whether you’re talking B2B or B2C e-commerce, there’s no doubt that there’s some exciting new trends and tech going on at the moment.   Augmented Reality

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Professional Web Designers are Key for E-Commerce | VizionOnline

With so many online businesses starting up every single day, building your e-commerce business right has become key to success. But like with any other kind of business, it can be useful to skimp in other areas. One such area that sometimes finds itself under the microscope of cost-cutting and DIY approaches are professional web designers.

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How Important is Web Design for E-Commerce?

When it comes to building a successful e-commerce business, few things are quite so important as a great, modern website.

The website is essentially the shopfront of your business, demonstrating to customers and visitors your value as a service and store.

It communicates your businesses competency, quality, how up-to-date and current you are. Without a quality website showing the world how useful, trendy and outstanding your business is, it’s impossible to get ahead of all the other e-commerce businesses competing in the marketplace.

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Common Mistakes Made by E-Commerce Businesses

With so many e-commerce businesses starting up every day, its no wonder we’re starting to see several different blunders becoming commonplace. Whilst the core elements of getting an e-commerce website going and starting to grow as a business are really quite simple, there are still some major mistakes that we see time and time again

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Who Comes Out on Top – Custom Mobile Apps versus Responsive Website Design

For all businesses nowadays, responsive website design is essentially a must. With such a huge percentage of browsing done on mobile devices nowadays, there’s no getting away from the fact that without mobile-friendly design, you’re losing out on a potentially huge number of visitors.

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E-Commerce without Quality Digital Marketing is a Recipe for Disaster

E-commerce is huge and getting huge, but that’s exactly why digital marketing has never been more crucial.

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Forget VR, Augmented Reality is the Next Big Thing

We’ve all heard about virtual reality, but augmented reality is where the hype and money are at, here’s why that is.

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At the moment, augmented reality centres on applications for smartphones, allowing people to use the camera combined with AR software to try on clothes or glasses while buying online, or search for Pokémon. It’s been something of a clunky gimmick, but as tracking and biometric software improve, so too does AR.

The more accurate and powerful the software, the greater the possibilities for AR. Very soon, it’s going to stop being a gimmick, and according to Apple, will influence our lives just as much as the development of the smartphone.

Apple have been prioritising AR for years now, introducing various features into different iterations of the iPhone, and developing new software. Fortunately for them, it’s beginning to catch on, especially in retail, for both online and real-life shopping.

Imagine being able to accurately try something on before you buy it? How about a virtual shopping assistant, allowing you to identify items and direct you around the store to different products? The applications really are endless, and could hugely impact the ways in which we live our lives.

Why’s this coming to your attention now? Put it down to massive developments, launches and investment from the likes of Apple, Facebook, Snapchat and Google.

While VR is going to remain in the realm of the specialised gamer for a long while to come, the applications and uses for straightforward, functional AR are going to be infinitely more widespread. This potential has led to a valuation of the AR industry ranging between $32 and $162 billion, making it very much something worth paying attention to.

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