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How To Build Your E-commerce Website

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With the emergence of internet and web 2.0 the way of doing business has evolved to the form which we see today- from an offline time-consuming system to the easy-peasy online shopping with just few clicks and scrolls. And the new buzzword of internet –‘e commerce’ has blossomed with much anticipation and conventional fears.
Over years, ecommerce has stabilized its unparalleled presence in the online marketing world by giving a strong signal that it is here to stay for long. There though the scope of business getting done on much higher levels is imminent, the competition cannot be considered as a meager fare. So to keep your best foot forward in this fierce competitive terrain is obviously through a technically perfect, easy-to-use website. Irrespective of the size or type of the business you own, your business gains greatly counts on the success rate of your shopping website. Let us have a look at the marking features to be embedded within an ecommerce site.
Make Neat and Lean
Make it neat and simple. Instead of stuff packing it with too many silly graphics and confusing navigational links, it should herald the strong features of your business, transaction paths and information about the product or service you offer. Keep in mind that your site should give a room for customer to know better about your service or product, that would be primary affair of any shopping website.
Fast Loading
To keep abreast of the fast pace of internet customers, you should platter them with a fast loading site. If not, it will push them to go to fast loading better packed websites, even if you offer better service than fellow ones. Also, heavy graphics takes more time to load your web pages, and can steamroll into a strong user deterring factor. But remember, better product images add value to your offering as online shoppers are eager to have a look at it before pocketing the product.
Sales Funnel
The primary consideration should be to focus on the impact made by your website on a visitor who is looking for any product or service. Your website should be capable to convert a mere visitor into a potential customer, which means it should have a strong sales funnel. Just consider two physical shops- one in which the things are arranged in a proper manner and the other in which things are left shattered. No second thought, which shop is going to get more sales? Obviously the former one will grab maximum sales no matter how better quality products or services the latter is offering. Show your customers an easy conversion path that should be easily accessible to customers.
Easy Navigation
Users can browse quickly through the navigational links of your site. It is vital to have a search box in your website as most of the online buyers prefer to reach the specific item looking for. Don’t allow customers to have a second look for the action you want them to be taken on your website.
It is up to you to add or avoid things on your shopping website as you know your business best. But the above mentioned features assists every ecommerce site to smoothly sail across the unpredictable marketplace of online world. – See more at: http://www.krishnadasan.com/blog/how-to-build-your-e-commerce-website-2/#sthash.Zv87Tdhq.dpuf