Category Archives: Infographics

Building a New eCommerce Site

Posted on January 12th, 2015



Are you planning to launch an online portal to reach out to your customers to provide additional coverage of your retail customers. Maybe you wish to enhance and streamline your business to business sales. If yes, an E-Commerce web design is a solid marketing/sales tool to reach the target audience instantly. E-commerce is a competitive field as your rivals are already taking advantage of this.

If your prospective customers does not like your website or design, they will simply look for another portal to buy products. To gain more customers and their attention, you need to make sure that website is user-friendly.It does not matter if the prices are low or you have the best products in the market; if the customers fail to navigate the portal it would be difficult for them to reach to the desired product or service. 


To keep them on your site or client portal, you need to make the buying process easy and quick for them. So, to make the buying process easy for them, design a usable E-commerce website that can bring higher conversion rates and allow customers to place orders when they want to.

Call to Action and Sign up Buttons call to action buttons to build high conversion rates and improve site visibility. The call to action button helps the customers to reach to desired product section instantly.

Buying without Following Registration Process Avoid lengthy signup forms that take time for successful registration. To serve your customers satisfactorily, you may not need to ask their address and contact details. A simple e-mail address and password may be just sufficient for you. Online shoppers hate the long and tedious registration process to finalize a product. Allow your guests to check out the products and then ask them if they want to sign-up to get newsletters. Such ways help to enhance the sales, improve customer retention and reduce the cart abandonment.

Search Function through search functionality, customers easily find what they are looking for, making their shopping experience more satisfying.

Breadcrumb Navigation while placing orders, the buyers need to know where they stand in the purchase process. In absence of breadcrumb navigation, customers think that shopping procedures is lengthy and they may abandon their purchase in between.

Get the Shopping Cart E-commerce website seems incomplete unless it has a shopping cart. Therefore, you need to be assure that your portal has a shopping cart that ensures that your website is reputable and has features to protect the privacy of the buyers.

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Why companies with great customer service succeed

Posted on October 21st, 2013

Have a look at this interesting infographic to see just how much of an impact customer service can have on your business.

Here are a few interesting statistics:

  • Only 50% of consumers give a brand only 1 week to respond to a question before they stop doing business with them.
  • After poor customer service, 26% of consumers post a negative comment on social networking sites like Facebook or Twitter.
  • 57% of survey respondents said companies are clueless, it sometimes feels like the consumer knows more about the company than the customer service agent.

Credits: KISSmetrics

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How Small Businesses Are Engaging in Ecommerce

Posted on January 16th, 2012

Have a look at this interesting infographic to see how small businesses are engaging in ecommerce and see where you stack up against the norm.

Here are a few interesting statistics:

  • Half of small businesses have a website, but that alone might not be enough to stay competitive.
  • 30% of small businesses' websites are used for ecommerce. 80% are just for general information while 45% are for customer service purposes.
  • Small businesses seem more apt to partake in social media marketing than to invest money into creating a website for ecommerce or marketing.


Credits: Formstack

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The Unstoppable Ecommerce Wave of 2011

Posted on January 9th, 2012

Check out this neat infographic to see how unstoppable the ecommerce industry was in 2011, and see how you can profit from this massive growth.

Here are a few tips to help increase sales:

  • Improve your website's SEO to get found on search engines.
  • Make it easy to buy from you. 88% of users abandon their cart without completing a transaction.
  • Be active on social networks and encourage sharing. 18% of visitors arrive from social media.


Credits: yottaa

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Going Global: Shopping Cart Abandonment and International Customers

Posted on January 9th, 2012

Check out this neat infographic to help you better understand your online store's customers. Learn the differences between different markets from around the globe and understand why your global customers are abandoning their shopping carts just when you think you’ve made a sale.

Here are a few reasons for shopping cart abandonment:

  • 44% due to high shipping & handling costs.
  • 41% not ready to purchase the product.
  • 24% preferred payment method not available.
  • 21% concerned about security.


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How Loading Time Affects Your Bottom Line

Posted on January 9th, 2012

Have you ever wondered how your website's loading time truly affects your bottom line? You need to check out this cool infographic filled with interesting statistics to help you get a better picture of how users get affected by your website's loading time.

Here are a few statistics:

  • 40% abandon a website that takes more than 3 seconds to load.
  • 44% of online shoppers will tell their friends about a bad experience online.
  • A 1 second delay in page response can result in a 7% reduction in conversions.


Credits: KISSmetrics

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