The shopping experience determines whether there would be a return or if you should just forget about it. Creating an engaging website using images, descriptive words and colours that easily attract is what makes your site as a shopping hub stand out from others.
Whether it’s the presentation of your food at a fancy restaurant or the latest Apple product, humans just seem to love things that are beautifully designed.
The same goes for your website. If you’re not presenting your visitors with an attractive site and packaging your products nicely, you’re definitely leaving money on the table.
Attractive web designs have always played a key role in successful online sales and marketing. That’s because it increases the perceived value of your products and works to make your website (and business) seem more trustworthy.
There are many online stores that cater to customers with goods ranging from tech gadgets, clothes, house appliances, furniture’s and kitchen utensils. In general, eCommerce websites engage web customers and they are ready to struggle for each and every one of them.
Ecommerce is gradually stealing the senses from conventional markets than ever before. In 2017, eCommerce sales are estimated to reach around $434 billion, and this is US alone. Customers are going online to shop and more recently they started doing that right from their smartphones, so in the near future these numbers will grow even more across the globe.
If you want to sell, you need customers and those customers want new, innovative products and a website that lures them to keep on browsing. Therefore, it is relevant to put into perspective the right strategies to enable you attract more customers and cause repeated sale.
Hence, to have that outstanding eCommerce website, you have to put certain important things into consideration and these things including: having a great web design, use descriptive and clear images, colours are also very important and use descriptive sentences or words for the images.
This infographic will highlight more on the need to do the right thing when it concerns eCommerce.
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Source: Roadmap for a Trustworthy E-Commerce Website – Infographic
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