As a business owner, time is money. But, like money, finding more of it can be a struggle. Cutting corners where you can frees you up to focus on more important parts of your business.
If you sell online through your Wordpress website, then chances are you are using WooCommerce. Their platform covers over 42% of all eCommerce sites, so it's quite easy to see why.
eBay, a name that is synonymous with buying and selling almost anything, has it all! Be that new car or a lock of Justin Bieber's hair, search for it and you'll find it.
Optimising conversion rates is key to making your eCommerce business flourish. Without CRO (Conversion Rate Optimisation) you can have all the traffic in the world, but little or no leads.
This is the second episode in our series of how to launch an eCommerce website in a day. In this episode we will be talking about our choice of free plugins that we recommend for creating an eCommerce website in Wordpress. Missed the last episode? Read our introduction to the series.
The European Union has taken a monumental step in protecting the fundamental right to privacy for every EU resident with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which will be effective from May 25, 2018. Simply put, EU residents will now have greater say over what, how, why, where, and when their personal data is used, processed, or disposed. This rule clarifies how the EU personal data laws apply even beyond the borders of the EU. Any organisation that works with EU residents' personal data in any manner, irrespective of location, has obligations to protect the data. Perspective Design is well aware of its role in providing the right tools and processes to support its users and customers meet their GDPR mandates.
How It Began
Back in January, we set ourselves the challenge of launching a fully functioning eCommerce website in a day!
In case you missed the news, Google have made some big changes to their search algorithms for 2017. This gives us a lot of things to be thinking about to keep our websites up to date and working well. Let's have a quick look at what it means for your website to be mobile friendly and what you can do to check if your website is up to scratch.
This is the seventh and final episode in our series on creating a great blog. Today we will be looking at the tools and techniques to publicise content. In the last episode I talked about how to write great content.
This is the sixth episode in our series on creating a great blog. In this episode we will address how to write great content for your blog posts. In the last episode I talked about the importance of choosing your keywords. If you are keeping up with the articles you will now have a list of blog posts with targeted keywords for each one. If not, then why not go back and complete the keyword research first.