What you see on a website is the front. A real bricks and mortar store has lots going on the the back office. An online store is no different and in many respects harder because there is nothing to touch and no one to ask, so product descriptions have to be tip top.

Website Design

Everyones' taste is different, so it is absurd to believe what you like is what every shopper likes. Poor design is not going to stop anyone if the product is what they want and the experience smooth. The job of a website is much much bigger than it appears. Every click counts in so many ways. A click is the start of a statistical journey, carefully tested so that the journey reveals trends. It should gather as much information as a marketing interview might, but better


Any site sits in a worldwide mall alongside all those insider ecommerce platforms like Etsy, BigCommerce, Squarespace, Zyro and Volusion, to name a few, with enormous resources. You need to shout very loud to be heard. Knowing the sophistication of the methods used by smart SEO professionals is a start. Many do nothing else but study the behaviour of search engines.


Managing customer experience is a thankless task. Customers who lose interest, leave the site as fast as they arrived. Visitors expect good service and an experience they could not describe if asked, but it is nevertheless their right. The worst thing you can do is not even realise you are losing them. Knowing who is visiting your site and who left unsatisfied is fundamental to the enterprise's success, not just the site.


Organisations have departments with systems and they are not inclined to change to suit a website. Linking data to other systems is an essential part of streamlining the delivery of a real-time online product catalog.

Digital Assets

Asset management is a vital link in the chain of product content management, particularly for multichannel stores. It needs to go further that just a website by associating different image types like high resolution, video, diagrams and specification sheets to products and categories. A single source of images is essential.


Confidence in the accuracy of online content can be improved with a product information management system (PIM) that streamlines the product data delivery. This approach is beneficial for 6 to 10,000 SKUs but essential for more that that, particularly for omnichannel businesses. A system that offers segmentation of sales channels between eCommerce, paper catalogs and bespoke customer catalogs in more than one language becomes a necessity for some larger businesses. Some systems include a paper catalog management tool.


It is not realistic to expect to replace 100 years of bricks and mortar high street presence just because you can do a bit of HTML and have a flair for design.

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