It’s time for some spring cleaning! Think artistically and impart a fresh new look to your online shop. The My Styles function will help you as an artist's digital assistant. It will protect you against any unforeseen impact on your live shop and guarantees that customers will see only the finished product.
After our summer break, it is now time for the next instalment of “5 x Shop”. We hope that this sixth edition of our overview of the colourful world of ePages online shops will inspire successful business concepts of your very own. The highlights this time: a lavishly designed website for expressing brand messages, a taste of what to expect from the cover-flow effect to be provided soon by ePages, the successful utilisation of YouTube videos to promote sales, and two 1-product shops. But they all have something in common: a good idea is crucial.
Categories are the most important aid for structuring an online shop. They ensure a hierarchical structure which arranges superior and subordinate elements in the hierarchy in a way that makes sense and is user-friendly. We have already provided you with tips for your navigation structure in the article "More structure in the product range". Today though, we want to give you several tips for structuring categories and categories pages.
Don't let March's cold and grey days get you down. Let the sun shine in and enjoy these five beautiful ePages shop examples we would like to present to you this time. Details that we especially liked: Clickable logo-flash, customer bread photos, action videos and spreadshirt shop integration. Read for yourself.
There are many reasons for a shop being able to become successful. The essential reasons from our point of view are: demand-driven product range with clear profile, informative product descriptions, simple navigation structure, good shop design, search engine optimisation, good customer service, nearness and trustworthiness, popular payment procedure and market presence. In the following, we present another five online shops based on ePages that are on the right track. We hope you'll be inspired by them.
In contrast to printed text, websites are not read, they are "scanned" because reading on a monitor is tiring and the huge offering of similar sites leads to impatience. For this reason, websites and online shops need to supply content that can be quickly understood. We have put together a list of 10 golden rules you should follow.
76 different items of clothing in up to 7 colours, designs and sizes. With zippers, buttons or ties. In cotton, acrylic or corduroy. A dizzying prospect when you consider that shop visitors should ideally be only two clicks away from their desired product. We'll show you how to best structure your offer in the ePages online shop.
Sometimes the inspiration that makes an idea a reality is hard to find. If you are currently playing with the idea of giving your shop a slight makeover or are wrestling with its design, then let the online shops below be a source of inspiration and a feast for your eyes. From now on, we'd like to reawaken your creativity and inspire with 5 regularly occurring, beautiful examples of online shops all based on ePages.
"A picture is worth a thousand words.” Has anyone not encountered this saying? But what does it mean for you? If you want to offer products or services, then you must not underestimate the importance of product descriptions – and that goes double for the visual presentation of your products and services. Appealing and persuasive images are an absolute must. This is how it works with ePages…