Posts Tagged ‘ecommerce’

Woocommerce – Product Spreadsheet with Attributes

Woocommerce: Attributes Dashboard

When importing a large number of products, we use a spreadsheet to create and manage each product and their respective meta data. If products have variations, then we need to add each product multiple times and their respective variation. In this video, I go through how to add attributes to your spreadsheet. WooCommerce Product Spreadsheet…

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Design Does Make A Difference

Another web design firm, Questus, polled 435 employed US residents over 18 and asked them what influenced their decision to buy from a website. What they found was their initial reaction to the site made a large impact. 43% agreed that a web site’s appearance will affect their decision-making on whether to trust or distrust…

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web design payment

*Updated 4/27/2018* I am often asked how a company can get paid through their website. Many have heard and use PayPal which is a quick and cheap option. It has definitely improved over the years (you don’t need to have an account to pay, subscriptions, donations, etc.) but it does have its drawbacks. Before I…

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Ugly Websites Work

Okay, as a web designer it goes beyond my comprehension but sometimes ugly website actually work. If you take a look at eBay, it’s not a very pretty site, or, the most obvious like Amazon. They are not “pretty” sites. In fact, I would say they are too busy and unfocused but they are functional…

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As internet usage grows, does your website meet the needs?

It amazes me but it shouldn’t. The internet continues to grow by leaps and bounds and I don’t mean just by shear numbers. 73% of all American adults are on the internet now. (https://www.pewinternet.org). Many of these online adults are expressing how important it is for them to be connected. How the “internet has greatly…

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Product Photos – Small Objects

As with product descriptions, product photos can make or break a customer’s decision to purchase. A poorly photographed product can make it look unprofessional, undesireable. This doesn’t mean you need to hire a professional photographer, although I do recommend it if you have the budget. But, if you budget limits you to your digital camera,…

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Product Descriptions

You’ve got the perfect product! You know it’ll sell and it can sell well. I mean, what? It’s the perfect product, right? Well, hold on there. It’s perfect to you because you built it, mixed it, designed it, thought it up. But to others, you have to tell them how perfect it is. You need…

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