Mobile Commerce

Different app formats: what is a web app?

What is a web app? Definition and examples

Apps come in all shapes and sizes nowadays – from native mobile apps designed for smartphones and tablets, to desktop installations for office management. And now, there’s a new form of application that works on all operating systems and devices: web apps. But what are web apps, what are their specific features, and how to they differ from native apps or indeed traditional websites? Let’s take a...

Tips for usability in your mobile web store

10 tips for usability in mobile commerce

The world of mobile commerce revolves around the concept of usability. This means ensuring that mobile sites are simple and intuitive in order to give tablet and smartphone users the best possible user experience. As m-commerce revenue continues to grow, online shop operators who fail to notice the trend and optimise their site accordingly can lose out on potential customers, and therefore, a...

Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP)

Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP)

A major concern on all web developers’ to-do lists is making sure their website is user-friendly. Responsive web design and accessibility measures enable you to respond to increasing global mobile traffic without neglecting layout and design. From data published in February 2016, it is obvious that Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages now provide a new tool in the fight for fast loading times and...

Traditional marketing vs. online marketing

The right marketing mix: online vs. offline

Online or offline advertising: which marketing method should you choose for your business? The answer is both; traditional marketing and online marketing go hand in hand. While print and TV campaigns can get your brand noticed in the public eye, SEO and SEA measures aim to personalise online advertisements to specific user groups. Both types of marketing have their advantages and disadvantages, so...

Lead nurturing: from contact to customer

Lead nurturing

Contact is established with the potential customer. What now? It would be a big mistake to hand this lead over to the sales department, because those interested are not ready for concrete offers so early on. This is where lead nurturing comes into play: maintaining contacts and further qualifying leads with precisely tailored content.

Online payment gateways: PayPal alternatives

Payment gateways that you should know about

Just a few years ago, the prospect of paying for goods and services online was unimaginable. But in many industries today internet shopping has overtaken high street retail. As a result, online payment services like PayPal have become very popular, with many customers considering them a decisive factor when shopping online. So how do these payment gateways actually function? We’ll explain this...

PrestaShop – the modular system for e-commerce

PrestaShop: the shop platform with HQ in Europe and Miami

The search for the perfect software to meet your requirements of design and functionality for e-commerce can be a long and tedious affair. Some platforms just don’t quite give you the design you’re after, while others might look great but lack important shop functions like flexible payment methods, legal certainty, or optimisation for mobile devices. PrestaShop was developed especially for...

What is Google AdWords?

What is Google Ads?

Google Ads is the most popular advertising platform for search engine displays. It also offers a portal to advertising space on various third-party sites through the Google Display Network. But how does Google Ads actually work? How much does Google Ads cost? And how can Google Ads help you?

Amazon alternatives

The best alternatives to Amazon at a glance

Amazon’s market power is huge and puts other mail-order companies worldwide under a lot of pressure. The all-rounder is particularly successful when it comes to electronics, toys, and fashion. It might be the most popular online store in the UK, but it doesn’t come without criticism. Luckily, there are alternatives to Amazon for those that want to shop elsewhere.

What is good web usability?

Web usability: How user-friendly is your site?

When building and designing a website, there are numerous points to consider: technical implementation, design, suitable content, and of course, the marketing aspects. All these aspects should have one goal: to optimise website usability. Websites need to be user-friendly in order to be ranked higher by Google and to contribute to the company’s success. If you bear this in mind when designing your...


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