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More and more e-commerce companies are maximizing their profit potential by taking a multi-channel approach. Below are tips that will help your company reap the benefits of truly unified commerce, adopt an exceptional omnichannel platform, and triumph over competitors.

Make product images jump off the page with ImageZoom.
Allowing your customers to get up close and personal with the products by zooming in and panning over image helps them to inspect the product’s details and feel confident in the quality of their purchases
Get advanced support for selling personalized goods.
Let your customers actually see the options associated with a particular product by providing high-quality images instead of plain text.
Create custom landing pages.
For increased conversions, direct customers from those highly targeted marketing campaigns to a highly relevant page that strongly matches their interests.
Be sure to allow customers to search your website for specific products, search for their availability in local brick-and-mortar stores, and select the most relevant categories for their searches.
Give your customers confidence and an interesting, interactive shopping experience by providing loads of rich media in your product display.
Since your customers can’t view your products in person, give them the next best thing by allowing them to virtually inspect items with interactive features like 360-degree product views and Image Zoom.
Keep your online storefront current and keep up with competitors.
Your company should constantly be working to improve your site. Customers have come to expect the same types of experiences they have with big-name players
Attractively display the 'BUY' button alongside the product image and description to encourage impulse sales.
This gives the user less time to reconsider their purchase and encourages increased sales.
Gain insight into the design preferences of your target customers before designing your website.
They can make or break a sale by turning new prospects onto or off of your site
Invite all buyers to write a product review.
A large percentage of customers make their purchase decisions based on product reviews, so it is important that websites encourage users to review their purchases and make doing so as easy as possible.
Domain names are important. If you're not well established, make sure your URL is..
  • Easy to remember
  • Easy to spell
  • A single name with no underscores or hyphens
  • A .com address
  • Reflective of your specialty
Ensure your e-commerce storefront is pop-up and SPAM-free.
Your website storefront needs to be as attractive and credible as possible. SPAM and pop-ups should be completely avoided to promote user confidence and trust.
The importance of being mobile-friendly is only expected to grow, so companies should make it a priority to invest in making their website as friendly as possible for users accessing the site via phones and tablets.
Aim to have your site load as fast as possible.
Sites with slow load times have higher bounce rates. Customers simply do not want to have to wait for images to load to view your products.
Understand the bandwidth resources of targeted customers.
That way you can make sure your site works well at that bandwidth and you can avoid delays, breaks, and errors that send prospects running from you site.
Test your e-commerce store frequently to see what your average load time is.
If your performance is subpar, make the necessary fixes ASAP.
Host your web store with a powerful hosting company.
Choose a hosting company that can handle significantly more traffic than the amount your company expects. Make sure they can consistently support quick website loading.