There are a number of factors that contribute to the final decision consumers make, and when you’re creating descriptions for your ecommerce products, there are specific things you can do to help boost the conversions you’re seeing.
Given the widespread adoption of Android as an efficient mobile operating system (OS), there is an increasing need for proper testing of its applications based on the specificities of the platform’s development model. Due to Android’s distribution ecosystem that is porous to poorly-tested applications. To this end, it has become imperatively important for app developers to ensure that they sufficiently test their Android applications before releasing them into the market.
With their smaller, independent code bases and robust APIs, microservices allow you flexibility to extend commerce to new touchpoints and satisfy unique requirements. But should Payments be built as microservices?
In the video, Beck advises organizations to carefully think about their customers' use case when they're first evaluating a B2B ecommerce platform or thinking about replatforming. It's critical to center that on the customers' needs.
Your customers should always be at the center of your business decisions. With that being said, the user experience (UX) you offer when building your ecommerce site needs to take precedence. Check out this infographic on the anatomy of a top-notch ecommerce website.
Apple reports retail giants J. Crew and Lululemon have raised mobile conversion with Apple Pay by 20% or more. Yet both retailers have since removed the mobile wallet from their websites and apps. Is Apple Pay right for you? Read on.
Ecommerce sales are projected to grow to almost $3.5 trillion this year; and grabbing only a tiny portion of the market share means generating some serious profit. Your homepage is the one chance at a great first impression.