There is no secret that loads of people buy online and one of the most important things for them is to feel safe while doing that. They have to have trust in the website, business and online store they do it from.
Although it's easier than ever - simply creating an online store and a website might not be enough. You have to get your website visitors over that "Is it safe to buy from them?" barrier so they make that purchase from your online store. Otherwise you'll loose them.
To help with that I put together 6 tips on how to get your online store visitors feel safe and trust your business in order to do business with you.
There is no secret that sometimes those small things and often over-watched details become the source of business growth, improved performance and better results. Yet they sometimes get ignored but truth is they shouldn't!
This post is for those who have their own online store or are only planning to jump into the exciting world of e-commerce.
Here are five tips that will help your store be more successful.
Nowadays creating your beautiful, mobile ready and professional website for your business is easier, more available and affordable than ever. Mainly because of platforms like Mozello and other website builders that let anyone can create their own website with ease.
Yet still business owners find their way and excuse not to create one. You'll hear stuff like "It takes too much time and effort to update" or "there are higher priorities on our to do-lists" or "it doesn't pay off".
That is why I decided to create this post to show you 6 reasons why that is a losing strategy in today’s digital environment.
Let’s just get this out of the way:
Every new, growing or established business that takes itself seriously DOES need a website.
And this is why...
Whether you have a website or you're just planning to create one, you have to be aware and plan it’s goals. Exactly! Your website needs goals so it doesn’t just exist in the world wide web but is also functional, has a purpose and gives great ROI if done right.
A lot of times it’s possible to see that businesses or individuals have created websites so they can say: “Yes, we have a website.”. I believe that’s wasted time, resources and opportunities.
This post talks about two categories of website goals you shouldn't ignore when creating your website.