A Sample Refund Policy for E-commerce
Having a Refund Policy can be a great asset to win over customers from your competition, it gives them security and increases trust in your brand. However, it should be a balanced policy, as you do not want your customers to take advantage of you.
A Sample Terms and Conditions Policy for E-commerce
The terms and conditions policy has basically a set of provisions that a customer/user must agree to in order to use a service. This policy should cover all aspects of the usability of your website/goods/services. Having this policy makes your business look professional and may also ask any questions/doubts that may arrive in the minds of the visitors who drop by your Online Store.
Brand marketing with favicons
Favicons help you make your website stand out! You should always use them to look more professional and help make the user experience better. They may be small but they have many advantages, let us go through some of these advantages.
How Loading Speed Affects Customer’s Online Shopping Experience
In this blog, i’ll discuss why waiting has such a negative impact on people’s online shopping experience, from ruining first impressions, to lowering conversions and stopping people from coming back to a business at all.
Creating An Effective E-commerce Email Lifecycle
Email marketing is an incredibly useful tool for any business, and when done right, can achieve remarkable results for customer loyalty, return on investment and brand reputation.
Understanding the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) from the European Union
In principle, the GDPR looks like a win for citizens, although only time will tell well if it works in action. Considering the standards set by GDPR are met, it should give individuals control over their personal data and privacy and simplify the regulatory environment for international business.
How to Decrease Website Friction and Increase Conversions
The sales funnel is all about leading customers to conversion, and it’s important to make that process as simple as possible. Friction on your website can slow down the customer journey and have a negative impact on your sales.