In a period of just a few months, the societal and economic effects of the Covid-19 crisis have greatly accelerated the shift towards online shopping and digital adaptation in general. This is also true for several other underlying trends. Overall, lockdown transformed almost overnight how consumers shop and how retailers sell and interact with their customers.
Does your eCommerce website load quickly? Or do customers need to wait?
What if your website falls victim to an attack? Does everything grind to a halt?
Denial of service attacks can overwhelm a website by sending a flood of traffic. If your store becomes overrun, it could easily crash.
The answer to these speed and security issues? Content delivery networks or CDNs.
This article examines the best CDN solutions and how they can help your eCommerce site.
As an online merchant, you must understand the financial risks in the eCommerce industry. Understanding the risks gives you the know-how to navigate online retail challenges smoothly, especially if acquiring banks label you as a high-risk merchant.
Because of the nature of eCommerce, criminals may exploit your online business for illegitimate purposes. Fraudsters continue to target unsuspecting businesses by placing digital orders, receiving the service or product, and deliberately filing a chargeback.
How to efficiently set up a 10 point click and collect service for your shop.
As we are well into Q4 2020, it’s time to take advantage of the high traffic dates that are coming up on Amazon. Since Prime Day was postponed until October, we have officially entered into what should be the highest traffic Q4 in the history of Amazon. We have Black Friday and Cyber Monday coming up, along with the holiday season. The pandemic has also influenced how much people shop online.
With thousands of other websites as competition, many site owners are constantly looking for the next opportunity to stand out. It isn’t just a matter of showing off what they can do, but more a matter of making the sales they need to keep their site (and business) running. Heatmaps are an often-overlooked tool that can have a tremendously positive impact on your sales.
An online multi-channel seller is someone who sells on other platforms besides their online store and/or brick-and-mortar shop. Selling on multiple channels allows buyers multiple access points to familiarize with your brand. Apart from your physical shop and eCommerce website, you can also sell on many established online marketplaces. Regardless, how you perform mostly depends on what you sell and where you sell.