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Shopper Psychology at eCommerce Checkout [Infographic]

Shopper Psychology at eCommerce Checkout [Infographic]

This brilliant infographic put together by the VoucherCloud team sheds some light on key statistics and habits behind shoppers clicks throughout the eCommerce sales funnel. Key stats to bear in mind are: Site Speed Site speed: slow websites that load 3 second or more account for 57% cart abandonment 80% of shoppers that abandon their…Click to read more >

How to Create the Perfect Checkout Page [Infographic]

by Susannah Morris at Hubspot.com | September 15, 2015 68% of all ecommerce visitors abandon their shopping carts – leaving $4 trillion of abandoned merchandize behind. But don’t despair – according to BI Intelligence, roughly 2.5 trillion (or 63%) of this is potentially recoverable. The top three reasons that people gave for abandoning their carts…Click to read more >

5 Tips for Maximizing Your Search Engine Optimization

As a website owner, you understand that your goal is to maximize the amount of qualified traffic to your website. Although referrals and word-of-mouth can be great sources for customers, the real Holy Grail of the Internet is Search Listings (Google, Bing, Yahoo, etc.). Through some effort, you can get your site in front of…Click to read more >

Understanding Search Algorithms and How They Impact Your Website

In SEO we often refer to a search engine’s algorithm. But, what is an algorithm and how does it impact your website? By definition, it is a step-by-step procedure to determine a calculation. It’s a formula. Search engines use a formula to rank websites based, in part, on particular keywords or phrases. Search engines have…Click to read more >

Introduction to Paid Search

My previous articles have all discussed organic search optimization of your website. I thought we should start to explore the paid side of search. So, what is the difference between organic and paid search? Organic and paid search listings both appear on the same page of the search engine, and can originate from the same…Click to read more >

Increasing Traffic to Your Website

In previous articles, I’ve talked about how to improve your website so people will want to stay awhile and shop; we’ve covered website merchandising, cross merchandising, social merchandising, creating value, and how to manage your reputation so your customers will return again and again. Let’s back up a bit now and think about what we…Click to read more >

Business Building with Blog Tours

If you’ve ventured into the quilting blogosphere, you’ve probably come across the occasional blog tour. Blog tours come in many different forms, but essentially they are a series of posts scheduled on different blogs within a short time period designed to promote something. The most common blog tours are for book releases, as publishers and…Click to read more >

The Do’s and Don’ts of SEO

Search Engine Optimization (SEO) is a moving target and requires continuous learning, tweaking, and updating. In previous articles, we discussed key steps of SEO and the process of selecting your keywords. I think now is a good time to step back and outline some of the Dos and Don’ts in the SEO process. I want…Click to read more >

Selecting Keywords for Your Website

In architecture, a keystone is a wedge-shaped stone that is inserted as the final piece to a masonry arch which locks all the stones into position. It is what supports the entire arch. Keywords are the same foundation for your online business. Keywords are simply the words and phrases that individuals type in to search…Click to read more >

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