The Un-Popular Schema Markup (Rich Snippets) is one the Best ways to boost your eCommerce website in the Search Engine Result Pages (SERPs). Adding Schema Markup on your eCommerce website not only increases the Visibility of your products but also enhances the Click-through rates (CTR) thus driving More Revenue.
Acknowledged, you have a great product to sell and you are roaring to market it with big dreams and ambitions. But somewhere, even after the commencement, you feel that your venture is being unprofitable. E-commerce is easier said than done. This is precisely the reason why startups fail miserably. Here, it is survival of the fittest that matters. So, let us get the math right and see the top e-commerce mistakes that an entrepreneur should avoid if they have to get their goods selling. (more…)
Do you want to save your customer’s time from navigating one product to another one? Or want to enhance your product navigation process and make it more user-friendly. Our Previous Next Product Navigation Plugin for nopCommerce does exactly same.
Many eCommerce sites lose customers when they stuck between product and category navigation. That can damage your stores first impression. That user may not come again for shopping if your site’s user experience is not good.
So to increase your user experience which makes your store much better from your competitors. (more…)
With over 2 billion monthly active users and 72% share in Social login, implementing Facebook Social Login on your eCommerce website is a tempting option. Use of Facebook Social Login not only promises seamless customer experience (registration using Facebook credentials) but also it also allows your marketing team to gather more accurate data, including verified email addresses, age, gender, etc., thus offering an easy way to promote your brand to a wider audience.
With that said, you might be wondering why Amazon, Flipkart, eBay and some others do not use the Facebook Social login on their eCommerce website.
When we talk about online sale, we need to understand that we are dealing with people who already do not have time to visit a physical store or who like me are lazy to flex their muscle :). If your e-commerce website is not saving these consumers their time or making them click on that refresh button again, they will move on to your competitor and maybe never visit you at all or worst share their bad experience with your e-commerce website with others.
In 1999, when the craze for high-speed internet connections was picking up the consumer were willing to wait for 8 seconds for a page to load. But now, a sluggish and unresponsive Ecommerce website is a major deterrent because the average online user will only tolerate load time of up to 3 seconds.