Transparent product webpage

Transparent product webpage

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Functional and transparent product webpage in the e-store   Online stores are constantly rising in number, so competition on the Internet (in almost every industry) is too growing at an alarming rate. It’s slowly becoming more and more difficult to attract and retain customers, but nonetheless many stores succeed. Many factors determine the success of the e-store and it’s impossible to gather and list all of these in a short blog post. In fact, each factor can become a separate topic which would make a good article. Today’s post will be entirely focused on the subject of product webpages. In the end, functional and transparent product webpage (learn more from mapimedia.eu) in the e-store can effectively encourage the customer to make purchases – which is why you should know all…
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Internet shopping

Internet shopping

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A good time for internet shopping You do not have to convince anyone about the benefits of shopping online, especially the young generation to whom shopping online is the norm. When we use electronic banking, we save time and often also money. Online shopping is convenient and fast – but the best thing is that you instantly have access to multiple sources (e-stores) that provide a desired product, therefore you have the freedom to browse all options in order to search for the right product and the right price. And above all, you can do it all from the end of your couch. A hoard of online stores Once, Internet users only knew of Amazon or eBay, and all purchases were made either through a landline or using an ancient…
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Displaying prices

Displaying prices

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Displaying prices in an online store - how to do it best? Customers are more likely to return to online stores where all rules are clear and straightforward. This considers the rules regarding making purchases, payments, shipments, as well as returns and complaints. Ideally, it’s best if the prices are also clear and visible. Hiding costs may deter users who initially interested in the offer; they may lose their trust and feel cheated. If the customer adds a product to the basket, he/she should know the whole true value already. Abruptly revealing additional costs that were thus far invisible, especially just before the customer makes a payment is definitely out of place. Thus, the prices should be clear, correct and well exposed. Now, the question remains, how should we proceed…
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