A well-designed website and high-quality product images, to an e-commerce site, is like a pretty storefront. Nothing more. To make it rain money, you need to optimize your store.
Just the other day, I bumped upon a store that sold cute colorful flower pots. When I clicked on a pot that I liked, it took forever for the page to load. Finally, when it did, I clicked on the buy button, only to find out that they were only accepting credit card payments. Moreover, there were no trust signals that projected the credibility of the store. So I closed the site for good.
The merchant just lost a sale not because the products weren't good, but because the site was not optimized! Most merchants are so engrossed in making sales that optimizing their store skips their mind.
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Really great blog Pravya Pravin!
Thanks for sharing with us. I personally believe that people don't pay much attention to the 5th point. Multiple payment options should be there.
We provide multiple payment gateway options on our website to pay for the online generated stubs and that is the reason we don't lose our customers.
I got your problems. I know when we try to buy something online we have to be very careful about bank details. some of the sites have very good stuff but they don't give attention to making a website & security of site that is very painful. I have some points that each site owner have to care about it.
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These are some essential areas to optimize e-commerce sites
Trust and Conversions
Design and UX
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