When you first set up an online store, you may be happy just to have all of the work to get the store up and running done. Maybe you think the work on your site is finished, and now it’s time to shift to fulfilling orders and taking care of customer issues. It’s not that simple. When your store is brand new, it’s not time to stop working on your site. In a way, you’re just getting started.
Analytics are Important
Once your store is up and running, you can start figuring out how your site really needs to be set up. Until people actually start interacting with your site, there’s no way to tell how all of the pieces are working or what can be improved. You can use good eCommerce principles to get started, and that will certainly give you better results than having no idea what a good eCommerce site needs to look like or how it needs to work. But what you really need in order to make your site as profitable as it can be are eCommerce analytics.
As the weather chills across the US we have been hard a work on some new products over at DesignM.ag headquarters. We have put together the first of a series of new products we plan to offer over the next year. The first kit is The Designer Survival Kit. We built this kit with the idea of having everything you need for your next web design project. For $39 we will help you cut time and increase the quality of your work. It’s an instant download and it comes complete with .jpg previews of all ui elemtents, .ai files for all icons and hovers, and .psds.
If I haven’t introduced you to LearnWebDevelopment.com’s WordPress Bootcamp yet, I would like to today. Here’s what you get: – 42 complete WordPress training videos that you can download and watch again and again. – Two live sessions with our WordPress experts to better understand what you’re learning and ask any questions you might have. […]
While a responsive theme is not the best choice for every website, most will benefit from a responsive layout. A responsive theme assures that no matter what browser a viewer sees the website in, they will recognize not only the website itself but also have the same layout. Many designers and developers today believe that if you need a different layout for your site, then you should offer an app, rather than a different mobile website.
Responsive layouts also cut down on your design time drastically. After all, you only need to create one design! We have further helped you cut down on your time by doing the research for you and compiling 30 of the best responsive WordPress themes out there. The list below includes a variety of layouts for different industries and purposes. If you don’t find what you need here, you may want to check out our list of Artistic Themes or maybe our collection of Grunge-style Themes. Have fun exploring!
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