Christmas is just a few months away. It’s that time of year when people start deciding which secure ecommerce shopping cart to set up shop with. But choosing a shopping cart is just one of the many decisions that entrepreneurs have to make. Everyone wants to jump on the secure ecommerce shopping cart bandwagon but not many know what to do once they are on it.
In previous posts, we have covered how having the services of a drop shipper can make life very easy for ecommerce newbies. But drop shippers have many diverse items in their inventories. So the question still remains, “Which product should I sell?”
In this post we shall present a simple guide that will help you choose what products to sell.
We spend lots of time researching keywords and building links to our website shopping cart pages. The more inbound links and related outbound links we have, the better it is for our site in terms of Search Engine Optimization (SEO).
It does not take a genius to create a link which leads back to a website shopping cart page. However, it does require a lot of effort to continue creating fresh links. With this in mind it is always important to create links wisely. This means selecting the right keywords and choosing the best sites to place those links at.
Unfortunately, many merchants have been doing something that is ethically wrong in relation to keyword selection. In addition to this, they have no idea that their actions can be detrimental to their sites, SEO-wise.
Blogshops have sprouted like mushrooms after the rain with more and more people seeking to make some extra cash on the side. However, for every person that buys something from a blogshop, dozens more give it a pass. Security, transition from product browsing to checkout and the general user-friendliness of a blogshop cannot compete with that of a proper shopping cart.
In this article, we shall look at 3 key shopping cart features that are not found on blogshops that can help improve conversion rates.