Many times when we refer to “Themes” or “Templates” we mean predefined layouts that can be modified in style, imagery and colors to match a specific brand, its products and its vertical. Typically theme selection is driven by aesthetics. However themes and templates carry with them a shop flow, UX patterns and even some built-in features which can be as important as how the theme looks.
Anyone involved in the various aspects of eCommerce knows that Google Analytics is a great tool, helping companies gather information about users and their own site. Fewer people know that Google also offers another free tool, Google Tag Manager (GTM), that can send marketing information from a company’s app and/or website to Google Analytics.
Trends in marketing and business development advance and evolve rapidly. Therefore, it is critical to support the continuous testing and experimentation of your website for steady long and short-term improvement. Look to today and to the future to remain ahead of the competition by implementing voice-search optimization for your e-commerce business.
There has been a buzz about B2B websites in the latest years and the differences with B2C sites. The first obvious difference is the target audience they aim to sell to. Some time ago, there was also a misconception that B2C sites should look “prettier” that B2B sites, but the case is this tends to be a false assumption, even so that the concept of B2H, Business to Human, was created.