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Essential Features of a Ecommerce Website

Suggested Pages

It gives the users flexibility to search for the products that they’re genuinely interested in. it diverts website traffic towards certain products and services. Don’t forget to highlight certain promotions, which can push traffic to specific parts of your website that you wish to promote.

Product Details

It is crucial to provide extensive product information in a clear and concise manner. Avoid making the customers uncertain by putting incomplete product descriptions. Allow sign up when products, sizes, or colors happen to go out of stock. This ensures that the customer doesn’t go to your competitors. It also shows that you care about serving their needs.

Shipping Options

It is essential for any e-commerce website to avoid using a single or flat rate for shipping. Different customers want different shipping modes. Some want immediate delivery of their products, while others are ready to wait and pay less for slower shipping. Allow customers to calculate shipping costs directly from their shopping carts before checkout. This ensures time and effort saving in the checkout procedure.

Payment Confirmation

The final “submit payment” button can be a stressful moment. Gain their trust by a payment confirmation page and also sending a payment confirmation email. Provide adequate tracking information, once their products are shipped to make your customers feel at ease in the final steps of transaction.

Related Products

To increase your bottom line, make sure to show users related products that either compliment or are similar to the product page that they are viewing. Rather than showing them a random assortment of products, this feature can help you bind your users to your website for longer periods. Encouraging customers to show your products to their friends and contacts, through social media features, can help in reaching out to the audience. Having social media buttons can drastically increase chances of getting products to the radar of first time viewers.

Dynamic Shopping Cart

When a visitor adds a particular item to their shopping carts, make sure to display the cart on the page in a small window. Allow it to dynamically populate with the product(s), the customer is adding. This ensures a smooth user experience and the customer is assured that their goods have been added to the cart. Sometimes, visitors may add a large number of items to their shopping cart. Often, they do not intend to buy all of them. Rather than forcing customers to delete a product from your cart or buy it, allow them to save it for later.

Product Filtering

Allow your users to customize their e-commerce experience on your website. Give them the ability to filter through your category pages based on popularity or price is an essential website tool. Customers aren’t particularly fond of browsing through pages and pages of products, so having a “View All” option is a must have to make things easier. For customers who are intent on buying a particular product, a quick preview feature helps to avoid clicking through the actual product page.

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Building successful e-commerce websites

Every page of your website should have a clearly defined purpose. Your home page for one could lead your customers to the product page directly. From there, your product page should answer any lingering doubts, the users might have and convince them to make a purchase. Your shopping cart page should be able to simplify the checkout process. Having an additional feature of sending payment confirmatory emails makes the whole process favored by the clients. Keep this in mind when planning out the various types of pages for your ecommerce website.

Find ways to make it very simple and enticing for customers to contact you. Make it easy for them to get in touch with you directly. If you don’t display your contact information for your customers and they have to scour your website for contact information, it could lose you a potential sale. Apart from listing your location and phone number, you can also answer FAQs, give extensive product reviews as well as user-generated content like customer testimonials. The latter highlights satisfied customers who used your products.

Look for opportunities to bring users and customers back to your website whenever possible. Most people visit a number of websites when shop online. So, the more times a user visits your website, the more likely they are to make a purchase. A great way to bring users back to your website is timely emails that announce the arrival of new products or seasonal sales. If a popular item is out of stock, ask for the users’ emails and notify them when you have that item back in stock. By doing this, you’re not only servicing their needs, but showing them that you care about servicing their needs and about their experience. Furthermore, you also acquire their contact information for future email campaigns.

Make sure that your checkout process that makes it effortless for your visitors to purchase your products. The more cluttered and complicated your online checkout process, the more likely it is that the customer will just exit, rather than buying the product he was willing to buy. Work to make your customers clearly aware of extra costs such as flat, expensive shipping rates that could hamper a potential sale. Finally, display trust symbols like VeriSign or McAfee badges proudly on your website in order to indicate that your checkout process has been verified and is secure. This will help ease any fears that potential customers could have when shopping online.

A website is only a helpful ecommerce tool if functioning correctly. Make sure that your hosting plan is reliable and is able to handle all your website needs. Your hosting plan should grow as your business and orders grow. If your plan is lagging behind, you need to upgrade immediately, as it may delay shipping and curtail potential sales. Being skimpy on a hosting plan, will negatively affect your reputation and lead to decreased sales figures.

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Designing a successful e-commerce websites

Keep the design of the website simple and hassle-free. Use breadcrumb navigation and dropdown menus, to give users a clear idea of where they are within your website structure. Also make sure to add features like a consistently visible shopping cart. This enables users, on your website, to know the items on their carts and its total cost, throughout their time. Avoid overwhelming by avoiding too much information within a small area. For instance on a product page, all you need is the image of the product, its title, description, availability, price, and similar products. Adding more information may distract users.

Whether it’s your colors, your layouts, or style guidelines, keep your brand consistent throughout the website. This ensures that your viewers know your brand. For example, if you have a variety of different designs and colors, used for the same call-to-action button, it may cause a drop in sales, mainly because of the uncertainty that customers experience with the inconsistency of your design.

Browsing through successful e-commerce websites and borrowing some of their consistent techniques is a good place to start when it comes to building your own website. This is because major websites have already tested their designs over long periods of time to find out what generates the best results, with their customers. Some of their techniques can be borrowed for your own website and paired with unique design elements like the imagery standards and iconography for your website.

Each page requiring a specific key action from your users, should be replete with a strong call-to-action, which easily takes the user to take the next step, towards accomplishing a goal on the page. Few good call-to-action examples include “Add to Cart”, “Checkout”, or “Submit Payment”. It is important to have only one call-to-action per page. Secondary calls-to-action are good to have as another choice when a user is not quite ready to commit to the primary goal completion. These should be placed strategically on the website to promote their usage but not detrack customers from the primary goal of the page. For instance, visitors may be willing to download a software demo, rather than purchasing it. For example, they may be willing to download your software demo, but not ready to purchase your software. Rather than lose visitors, keep them on your website for a few more minutes by offering them secondary options.

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The back end of a successful e-commerce websites

The ability to control your Meta data is crucial. This becomes even more important when trying to get your website to rank well, in search engines, through use of various keywords. Your website design should allow easy customization of the title tag on each webpage as well as create rules for different types of pages, to help handle title tag creation. However, if you don’t want to write the page title of each and every product on your website, creating rules for each product will help you optimize a large number of product pages all at once. This comes in handy if you have thousands of products. Your content management system should allow you to upload a robots.txt file to make it easy to edit if the need arises.

If you have a website that is constantly updating content, you need to have a way to add essential codes and links to new pages. This includes things like Google Analytics tracking code, Website Optimization software code, or other such codes that need to be included on every page of your site. This will obviate the need for a web developer each time-work is required. This is particularly helpful when existing codes simply need slight modifications in order to continue providing your business with the functionality it needs.

As the owner of your website, you need to have a place where you can review all pertinent information regarding your site performance. Your website’s dashboard should be customizable and offer clear and concise summary information about stock items, information requests, sales figures, and ecommerce performance metrics, among others. By having a comprehensive understanding of each sale that comes from your website, shipping orders and customer information, you remain consistently updated about product colors, sizes, and descriptions. This will enable you to decide which categories or subcategories to feature on the home page or navigational menus based on real customers’ purchasing patterns.

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