Archive for July, 2018

Design Your Ecommerce Site For Success: 72 SEO Stats for 2018

By Yan Kulakov, Tuesday, July 31st, 2018 in Guest posts


Josh Wardini, Community Manager at Webmastersjury

Ecommerce is a competitive game. Everyone is trying to one-up the next person in an effort to grab the somewhat fickle attention of visitors. There is little to no room for error here—if your store doesn’t make the grade, visitors have tons of alternatives.

What do you as a business do to stand out? How do you maximise the amount of traffic to your site? You can start by having a look at the SEO tips and statistics in the infographic below, but do you know what the most important rule of SEO is?

Drumroll please, it is the design of your site. According to expert SEO agencies, design is one area where a lot of mistakes are made.

People are so busy trying to incorporate the right keywords or rattling off their blog posts that they forget about one simple element—the site itself. That is the biggest mistake you could make.

How Can AI Facilitate in Sales Ecommerce Industry

By Yan Kulakov, Monday, July 30th, 2018 in Guest posts, Tips and tricks

Robin is a Technical Support Executive. He is an expert in knowledge management and various Knowledge base tools. Currently, he is a resident knowledge management expert at ProProfs. In his free time, Robin enjoys reading and traveling.

Thanks to the tornado of technological advances taking place across the world, there is hardly any individual or organization that is not acquainted with the term AI and this is only if you haven’t been under the ground from past few years. Pun intended!

AI has made inroads in every nook and corner of global trades. Security systems at airports, cash payment system in mobile phones, Google’s predictions related to weather and visual searches in online shopping are just some of the examples of how AI is LITERALLY driving our lives.

Talking about online shopping, it has been with us for more than two decades now and is ever-flourishing, reason enough for the increasing heat of competition among online firms.

With a focus towards retaining clients, online shopping portals are embracing AI to provide seamless shopping experience to their customers. And how can they leverage AI to satisfy their obsession with customer satisfaction? Let’s take a look.


A Step by Step Guide to Use UX & Analytics to Increase Customer Retention

By Yan Kulakov, Thursday, July 26th, 2018 in Guest posts, Tips and tricks

Catalin is the founder of Ecommerce Platforms and Web App Meister. He’s a design enthusiast and loves matcha, and is uber passionate about blockchain technology and travel.

Customer retention is one of the hot topics in sales nurturing right now. It’s frequently talked about, but more often than not, we tend to forget about it at times.

In this brief article, I’ll discuss how you can harness your analytics data and improve the user experience to make sure that your customers are taken care of.

From heat mapping to goal setting, I’ll give you the lowdown on what you can to keep the customers coming in!


How To Reduce Abandoned Shopping Carts?

By Yan Kulakov, Wednesday, July 11th, 2018 in Guest posts

Alex Slichnyi, community manager at, is an avid learner of all things IT. He is a savvy SEO specialist who loves traveling because it allows him to experience hands-on the many facets of life. This hands-on approach can be seen in his work, which is meticulously crafted with daring vision by an open, yet methodical mind that likes to probe, test and improve. Communicating and learning are Alex’s core values that drive him forward.

Globally, as of the end of 2017, an average of 69.23% of shopping carts were abandoned. Essentially, that means that only three out of ten customers will typically go on ton actually pay for their products.

How can you get fewer abandoned carts?

That’s what this post will deal with.

How Cloud Computing Can Impact eCommerce

By Yan Kulakov, Monday, July 2nd, 2018 in Guest posts


Maddie Davis is a co-founder of Enlightened-Digital and tech-obsessed female from the Big Apple. She lives by building and redesigning websites, running marathons, and reading anything and everything on the NYT Best Sellers list.

The age of eCommerce is here, and it shows no signs of slowing down. As the internet becomes more accessible on a multitude of devices, consumers are choosing convenience over experience. ECommerce now accounts for almost 10% of all retail sales in the U.S., and it’s expected to grow nearly 15% annually. This includes traditional online shopping as well as new trends like social shopping and mobile commerce. Cloud computing promises three key benefits, as explained by Oracle CEO Mark Hurd in his interview with Forbes: lower cost, more innovation, and greater security. Let’s take a critical look at how eCommerce companies can stand to benefit from this technology.