Rise of E-commerce

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Recent years have seen a rise of e-commerce websites. The need for a website that is dynamic, responsive and attractive is now becoming increasingly important.

Website design needs to be more than just aesthetically pleasing: it has to be practical. The best way to do so is by adding features like online payment options, email notifications for order updates etc.

The design of an e-commerce site is what makes it work.

InfaCloud keep in mind the different types of devices and screen sizes that people may use when browsing online in order to present the website in an optimal way. This includes making sure that there is enough room for scrolling or zooming, as well as ensuring all of the content is readable on any device.

When designing your website, InfaCloud typically use the Woocommerce WordPress plugin. This is free popular plugin which is know for its ease of use and many features. The strengths of Woocommerce are in the fact that it’s easy to set up and use, it has many features, and it comes with extensive documentation.

So, why should you consider an E-commerce website?

Well, in this digital age, consumers are spending more money online and less on the high street. The online retail industry was worth $1.7 trillion in 2018 and is set to reach $4.2 trillion by 2022. Customers have also come to expect 24/7 delivery with no added shipping costs, which means that the market has become more competitive than ever before.

Online stores provide a convenient and affordable way for customers to buy products from a variety of retailers. Online shopping is a trend that is only going to continue to grow, which means more e-commerce websites are going to be popping up.

People spend more money on online sites than they do in physical stores. While people are still spending money, the amount spent is less than when people shop in person. One of the reasons behind this is because people’s attention spans are shorter online, which can result in impulse purchases.

E-commerce sites have features that traditional brick and mortar stores don’t have like 24/7 availability and free shipping options.

If you would like to discuss how your brand can benefit from selling online, please do not hesitate in contacting us.

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