Category Archives: Website Tips

10 Things that make a website credible: the ultimate checklist

Customer Reviews

Before you start trying to drive more traffic to your site, you need to make sure your customer journey is as seamless as possible. But how exactly do you do that? By finding what makes a website credible. A credible, trustworthy website builds confidence for your visitors, which means they’re more likely to navigate on-site for a

7 ways to improve website engagement for your business

You may be familiar with the saying, ‘you can lead a horse to the water, but you can’t make him drink.’ Put into context: you could have the best looking ecom store and a great product or service to offer, but if your customers aren’t engaged on your website, your sales will suffer. Think of

From Storefront to Home Pages – Business Transition in the Digital Era

From Storefront to Home Pages

Thinking about transitioning your shopfront into the digital sphere? If you’re ready to increase your business, expand your audience and have the added luxury of revamping your look, this is a smart move. With the vast majority of consumers going online to do their purchasing research, taking your business online can offer you a world

5 Simple Steps to Boost Your Online Sales This Easter

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While supermarkets and shop fronts were busy preparing Easter eggs and hot cross buns in January, now is the reasonable time for eCommerce businesses to start thinking about Easter. With the average consumer spending 3-4 days off work over the Easter period and extra time browsing online, this is the perfect opportunity to get busy

AI Technology: What is it and how can it improve my small business?

AI Technology: What is it and how can it improve my small business?

Artificial technology is not just confined to creepy looking human robots and home ‘helpers’ listening to your every word. Encompassing visual perception, speech recognition, decision-making, and translation between languages, these complex systems are increasingly making their way into the workplace – fortunately not to take over, but to assist you in organisation, management and future