Over the past two months, we have added many new features to our ePages Now shop software to further enhance both your work with the shop and the user experience of your customers. In this article we introduce the most interesting news to you.
Showing your products in an appealing way is one of the main factors for selling successfully. In most cases your shop’s visitors would like to have a look at the product before they end up buying it. The simplest solution for this is to add several high-quality product images to your shop. If you would like to unleash the full potential of showcasing products, you should consider using product videos as well. In this article we show you why product videos are effective and how you can utilise this strategy to increase your revenue.
You just started your own ePages online shop or are thinking about becoming an online merchant? In a new series of videos we show you the first steps of working with your shop software.
We are constantly working on improving your shop and its management. In this article we present some of the recent changes in the last weeks as well as an outlook on upcoming features.
Online merchants in the EU will have to comply with certain rules concerning shipping to other European countries in the future. We’ll guide you through the changes below.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been an important topic in recent months and will continue to be an issue in the future. After providing basic information on the new regulation in our first blog article on the GDPR, we now address more specific questions.
Dates such as Black Friday or Cyber Monday are now in the mind of everybody. Understanding the significance of these days is imperative in best utilising the pre-holiday period to boost your online sales. What are these dates and how can you prepare for their arrival?
SEO in 2018 involves a large number of contributing factors. It is no longer acceptable to simply stuff your website with keywords and expect it to be highly ranked on Google, Bing, or Yahoo.
Cross-selling is a simple way of increasing profits. The idea behind it is straightforward: when visitors to your shop view a product, they are also shown other articles that are related to it. These can be complementary or alternative products specified by you.