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Exactly how I infuse trust fund on my ecommerce website

I try to make it easy for shoppers to purchase and rent decor from my ecommerce site. But many retailers — online and multichannel — fail at this. Their sites are often difficult. In this post, I will discuss my six priorities to instill trust and make shopping easy. Telephone, physical address Merchants lose thousands of dollars (maybe tens of thousands) by not listing a physical address and phone number on their “contact us” page. Email fields alone are not sufficient. Most people fear being conned. They […]

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Really trouble website claims Pixel 4 “might be” modular since …

It’s early, but my least favorite news story of 2019 so far is this awful garbage from T3, a tech news site from the UK, about the Pixel 4 potentially being “modular.” I won’t link to it (nice try, T3!), but I will give you the title and a synopsis. Essentially, the author argues that a patent (which is public record, by the way – hardly an exclusive) for some modular phone technology filed by Google indicates the (deep, sarcastic breath) ~*~POSSIBILITY~*~ that Google’s next smartphone could use this […]

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3 Site Includes Your Ecommerce Website Requirements to Stick Out

As Amazon continues to dominate the e-commerce space, smaller online retail businesses must do more to compete. Web design is one effective way e-commerce businesses can stand out to consumers while making a worthwhile investment in their marketing strategy. A recent consumer survey from Clutch shows that people value three main user experience (UX) features when they browse online: Effective navigation Updated website design Authoritative content Updating a website to include or enhance these three features will benefit businesses beyond simply improving the user experience. Investing in […]

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6 Factors Your Ecommerce Website Demands a Blog Site Booster

In content marketing, it’s often all about the B2Bs. But what about you? The small online business owners, the B2Cs, the local marketers? Are the benefits of blogging the same for your business or clients? Yes. Content: Builds trust, authority, and search engine rankings. Drives traffic from search organically. Builds brand awareness and loyalty. Helps generates leads. That’s true across business types. Ecommerce brands can and do get a slice of the pie. (And, wow, is it tasty.) Just look at the different goals B2Cs achieved using […]

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Fake abortion website still showing up on Google

This site uses cookies to improve your experience and to provide services and advertising. By continuing to browse, you agree to the use of cookies described in our Cookies Policy. You may change your settings at any time but this may impact on the functionality of the site. To learn more see our Cookies Policy. Google Site Search Replacements David Cartu Posts:Drip insurance claims Google consistently interferes…Guide to Advertising Technology – Columbia…David Cartu Information: Are your Fb, Gmail accounts…COOKIE PLAN – Eurosport – Eurosport UKTTG – Information […]

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Exactly how to Make use of the Power of Neighborhood Search Engine Optimization for Your eCommerce Website

FirmBee / Pixabay Local SEO is a necessity for eCommerce businesses that want to thrive, not just survive. eCommerce and local SEO can seem mutually exclusive – the very nature of eCommerce means goods are accessible to people across a large geographic location. Yet, eCommerce site or store owners can and should benefit from local SEO. To have a chance against the competition and to bring awareness to your local online company, you need to make your brand as visible as possible. The key to online visibility […]

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New Website Reveals Exactly How Apple Censors Application in China

A new website exposes the extent to which Apple cooperates with Chinese government internet censorship, blocking access to Western news sources, information about human rights and religious freedoms, and privacy-enhancing apps that would circumvent the country’s pervasive online surveillance regime. The new site, AppleCensorship.com, allows users to check which apps are not accessible to people in China through Apple’s app store, indicating those that have been banned. It was created by researchers at GreatFire.org, an organization that monitors Chinese government internet censorship. In late 2017, Apple admitted […]

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