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E-Commerce Checkouts And Consumer Psychology

April 15, 2014 |

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Ecommerce has revolutionised the business world. Entrepreneurs can now launch companies without brick-and-mortar storefronts, major investors, or even physical inventory, the Internet has in many ways democratised entrepreneurship. Yet, while online commerce certainly has many advantages, it also creates a wide range of new obstacles that simply are not relevant to traditional business. Amongst the most glaring of these are […]

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Magento e-commerce proves to be a result for sports equipment web site

April 02, 2014 |

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For over 30 years, Stadia Sports has been supplying specialist sports, athletics and gym equipment to schools councils, universities, sports centres and clubs. Having become part of the Broxap Group five years ago, they now offer over 5000 different products covering all manner of sports. So when they needed an e-commerce web site able to display such a huge range […]

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iWeb virtuosity turns specialist music web site into a big production number

March 28, 2014 |

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At some point, we’ve all felt the urge to belt out a musical selection from West Side Story or South Pacific. Wouldn’t it be great if you could have the entire orchestral backing from the stage show right on cue? Well, London Arrangements’ specialises in providing backing tracks with that extra pizazz for serious musical stage productions or solo singers. […]

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The amount of code is far far less, hence its name!

March 20, 2014 |

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CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is the language used to define the layout of web pages. The language is fairly simple, you target an element using a selector and then define how it should look with the available properties. It’s an approachable language which has it’s advantages in terms of opening up the web to those without a background in computer […]

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Web site re-design that does much more than re-arrange the furniture

March 10, 2014 |

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The family-run Oak Furniture Superstore has been providing quality furniture at affordable prices for over 50 years. Like almost every modern retailer, it has an online store – but it needed refreshing in order to take advantage of the latest e-commerce capabilities. The company wanted to be “giving an in-store experience online”. So they came to iWeb for a state-of-the-art […]

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Making friends with your customers

February 12, 2014 |

Developing a Better SEO Content Strategy for E-Commerce Web Sites

Magento is a powerful open source ecommerce platform which iWeb has spent many years mastering. Every project combines iWeb’s 18 years of experience. By taking the time to tune our Magento toolkit and workflow, we build effective, conversion optimised profitable stores. But once your store goes live, are you doing everything you can to promote your site in the vastness […]

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360 degree product spinner for magento

February 04, 2014 |

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Any e-commerce owner should know the value of accurately including relevant product details on their site. But for site owners who are interested in going the extra mile, a level of interactivity on their site’s homepage can raise the bar and put them a cut above their competitors. We were tasked with building such an experience for one of our […]

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Responsive e-mail

January 31, 2014 |

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If you want people to respond, your e-mails should be responsive too When you send out an e-mail to your customer database, you hope it will be read. But often the e-mail arrives in a format that’s not exactly inviting to read – especially on mobile devices. For example, an iPhone might display it scaled down to fit the screen. […]

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Building supplier given a stronger foundation in the online marketplace

December 17, 2013 |

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Building Supplies Online is a Banbury-based business who – as their name suggests – offer a wide range of products for the building and construction industry. In fact, they have over 37,000 available from their showroom or through web sales. With such a huge and varied stock, their previous web site was slow and struggling to cope with the demands […]

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iWeb brings a little Magento glamour to beauty product suppliers

November 12, 2013 |

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Since 2008, the Nail & Beauty Link has been a leading wholesale distributor of nail care and beauty supplies to salons throughout the UK and Europe. With a wide and varied selection of products, the company needed a business-to-business e-commerce web site that was both hardworking and attractive. The experienced team at iWeb gave it the full online makeover. We delivered […]

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SNI – Who, What, Why?

November 06, 2013 |

SNI, or Server Name Indication is an extension to the Transport Layer Security suite of Internet protocols. It’s going to be an important part of Internet infrastructure for at least the next few years, as the global pool of IPv4 addresses runs out, but only a handful of percent of users have access to IPv6 networks. Even before IPv4 was running critically low on address space, […]

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New eBay image display rules – an essential guide.

November 01, 2013 |

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The old maxim that “a picture paints a thousand words” has never been truer when applied to e-commerce. Nobody should contemplate selling items without at least one clear image. A good, detailed shot of the product will always help you stand out in the online crowd and attract more customers. But now images aren’t just desirable – they’re a prerequisite after Ebay […]

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