Imagine receiving a sleek business card with the brand name in bold print and a killer font. But the contact information is, well… It’s not there.
Many business owners would agree that making a business connection in person is a breeze. But with your website? Not so much.
Although more shoppers than ever are choosing to shop online, ecommerce sites still aren’t getting all customers to complete transactions.
Like all of your marketing communications, your website needs to evolve over time and remain relevant to your brand and your customers.
Top tips your new store can learn from old, stop-motion animation.
You’ve probably caught bits of these films on lazy Saturday afternoons in front of the TV: black and white movies from the mid 50’s through early 60s that featured dinosaurs and modern day man together – Valley of the Gwangi, Mysterious Island, The Lost World and The Beast From Twenty Thousand Fathoms are a few of their names. Read more
Your website needs to rank high enough with various search engines to reach your consumers and drive traffic to your new store.
Search is an important component to every new store’s online presence. “Worldwide, we conduct 131 billion searches per month on the web, and 61% of global Internet users research products online.