At the heart of any successful eCommerce site is great web design. A well-designed site can help you increase sales, win more customers and strengthen your brand. The most successful eCommerce designs use templates to inspire visitors to learn more about your product or business — and ultimately take action. Here are six eCommerce templates and sites that illustrate design best practices that you can apply today.
Every website needs a logo. It's your first visual impression and the most common way that users can identify you, your products or services.
Some excellent new apps were released this last month, including an app that let’s you connect with customers via Facebook Chat and a unique new tool for online rentals.
Wondering how to choose a domain name — or why you might want to buy one in the first place? Like a pin on a map, a domain name is what people and search engines use to find your website, brand or store online. And it can have a huge impact on how much traffic visits your site.
If you've ever thought about selling merchandise online — or you're simply looking for an easier way to fill current orders — consider using Printful as your drop shipping fairy godmother.
Bright color can help draw users into your website and can even be used as a tool to help increase online sales, by commanding attention or creating an emotional connection. But you have to use it carefully so you don't offend users. Too much color — or too many colors in a single design — can create an almost dizzying effect that can confuse website visitors and cause them to turn away. Effective use of color can have quite the opposite effect, even with bright, bold palettes.
We’re closing out the Summer with a strong set of new features and a series of smaller improvements to the overall Weebly experience. Here are some of the best features we launched last month.
Advertising. You may associate it with Don Draper drinking cocktails at lunch or with annoying people yelling at you about a new type of super absorbent towel during commercial breaks, but something you may not realize is just how easy it is to use as a revenue stream for your site. All thanks to Google.
You've worked hard to bring your website and business to life, and all that work deserves the best presentation possible. If you want shoppers to linger in your online store and place an order, it will help if your site is attractive, professional and easy to use.
To build a successful eCommerce site or store, you have to help customers discover what they're looking for. Imagine walking into a retail store intending to buy a specific product. You can't find it—and there's no salesperson in sight to point you in the right direction. Chances are high that you'll walk right back out the door—and never return.