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58 articles in "Web & eCommerce".

eCommerce Best Practice: Web Layout for Success

By Stuart McLaren on Tue 14 February 2012 in Web & eCommerce

How do I even decide on a layout?

You want to stand out.

 

 

eCommerce Best Practice: The Secrets Behind the Success

By Stuart McLaren on Tue 31 January 2012 in Web & eCommerce

Which products and services sell successfully in the online model and why?

What do you think the top selling product type is online? I’ll share that with you in a minute…

An unexpected way to save money in 2012…

By Rob Drummond on Mon 09 January 2012 in Web & eCommerce

If you are like almost every business in the UK, you are probably looking for ways to cut costs in 2012. What are the best ways to cut costs? 

 

Content Management System: The real reason you should be using one

By Rob Drummond on Fri 09 September 2011 in Web & eCommerce

If you have never heard of a ‘content management system’, think it sounds scary, and don’t really know HTML, today’s post is for you. I won’t be teaching you HTML, or explaining how to use templates or CSS. I will however be explaining how a Content Management System (CMS) can generate...

Not convinced about eCommerce? Consider this…

By Peter Slot on Thu 11 August 2011 in Web & eCommerce

I recently had to make a trip to Halfords. 

Keeping an eye on ecommerce trends…

By Rob Drummond on Mon 24 January 2011 in Web & eCommerce

Tesco reported last week that they are investing £20 million in a new 152,000 sq ft ecommerce distribution centre. Which by anyone’s standards (even a company the size of Tesco), is a significant investment. Tesco sell a huge amount of goods online, and are developing their own huge infrastructure to support this.

Still not convinced you can make money with eCommerce?

By Rob Drummond on Mon 01 November 2010 in Web & eCommerce

A new study commissioned by Google has suggested that online business now accounts for 7.2% of the UK’s gross domestic product (GDP) – approximately £100 billion a year. 

SEO – focusing on what’s important

By Rob Drummond on Wed 01 September 2010 in Web & eCommerce

I frequently hear to lot of small talk and voodoo about SEO, things like “hyphenated domain are better for high rankings”, or “getting high rankings on Bing is easier than Google”. There may be an element of truth in these statements, but they lead people to forget what’s important.

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