What is the best website for e-commerce?
It’s not that complicated to answer.
Smart e-commerce web design and marketing strategy gives you ability to better track and invoice orders and follow up with customers. In addition, the focus is generating online repeated sales. A website (or platform) alone doesn’t generate sales month-to-month.
The best website for e-commerce is one that sells your product and is paired with a marketing strategy that gets repeat business monthly.
“NerdBrand has been great for my online retail business. Since I started working with them back in February, my sales have tripled. They are always quick to respond to my questions, give excellent advice when I need it, and keep me in the loop about the work they are doing. I was pretty skittish about working with an advertising agency, as I have had bad dealings in the past, but they make it joyful, easy, and profitable. I am grateful to have found them.”Angie Andriot, owner of Vetiver Aromatics
Read here our case study on Vetiver’s E-commerce Strategy success
- A well executed e-commerce strategy gives you the ability to sell virtually any product or service online.
- Improve customer engagement by offering coupons and other incentives with a well designed store front.
- Send your customers an email if they abandon their cart. Or up sell or cross sell products using the proper tools not DIY tools that don’t generate more sales, and take away time from your products production needs.
WordPress bought WooCommerce over 5 years ago, and since has grown so that others are still catching up. The difference is that Shopify is closed system, so each add-on has a costs, and development is more expensive. WordPress has over 70,000 plugins and themes to use to get you started with WooCommerce extensions like subscriptions costing a low annual fee.
It’s about the customer experience
Online stores have to be effective to sell products to both B2B and B2C. NerdBrand has designed e-commerce websites that offer subscription payments, as well as digital downloads, and quote-based transactions.