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Your Sales and Business Insights

Understanding Performance

We find it thrilling to see the number of items being sold by our clients increase month after month. As your business grows faster, the ability to quickly understand your business and its performance is crucial. In order to provide more insight into your business, we can help you to  use these tools in your website

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How to Increase Conversions with Prioritised Navigation

Increase Conversions Through Clever Design

One of the most important roles of a web designer is to create a website that maximizes opportunities for conversions. After all, websites always have a business goal, whether that’s making direct sales, building a prospect list, or something in between. Ensuring the site offers a great user experience and a clear path to conversions is essential. Designers and UX practitioners who keep this goal in mind help their clients and themselves. 

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What is UX Design and Why is Important

What is UX?

UX stands for User Experience. And when we say “user experience”, we’re referring to: what, when, where, why, and how someone uses a product—as well as who that person is. So: what, when, where, why, how, and who, these cover the user experience of a product, which is pretty much everything that affects a user’s interaction with that product.

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Add Apple Pay to Grow Your Business

Convenience is Everything

When it comes to online shopping, convenience is everything. That’s why you need to make available in your website all the tools to make people choose you. You can let your customers make purchases on your website with a single tap or click if you use Apple Pay in your Online Store.

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Website Analytics for Commerce

Powerful Analytics Powerful Business

With analytics and metrics, merchants can access visual reporting and unlock deeper insights into their business, identifying opportunities for growth. This tools that can be available through your website is of undoubted value to know your customers, website visitors and to be able to make the right decisions, always thinking about the growth of the business.

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Grow Your Food & Drink Business

Quality Tools Matters

For any delicious dish, cocktail, or food product, quality tools matter. They make preparation and presentation easier, quicker, and more impactful. The same is true when it comes to creating a beautiful online presence, something we have been passionate about since the beginning. As more customers visit a restaurant’s website before dining there, it’s even more important to stand out online. So, there are powerful ways to get customers trying your culinary creations.

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Generate More Leads with a Website

Loyal Customers

It's return customers who are going to keep you in business for the long run. That's Business 101. Your website can help you create relationships and turn your viewers into loyal customers. In a world where your competitors are only a click away, customer loyalty really is the new marketing. Today’s customers have access to an endless amount of information about your business, and research shows that they’re ready and willing to stop dating around and stick with companies who go above and beyond to create a fantastic customer experience.

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Get More Customers with a Website

A Wider Reach

The most obvious advantage of a business website is the potential for reaching a wider audience. The internet is used by literally millions of people, all of them are looking for something and some of them might be looking for you. More than 2.4 billion people use the internet every day, and some 90% of those have purchased something, or contacted a company, online in the last 12 months. So by not having a website, you will be missing out on a big piece of the pie. Building a website for your business will mean you could potentially reach these otherwise unreachable customers.

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Your Website is Your Business Open 24/7

Your Website Runs 24/7

Without almost any supervision your website is always there for your customers. An offline business totally misses out on all those potential customers who can't shop during store hours. If you're online, you reach them 24/7.

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