There are a few Miva Template Language updates in the 5.20 engine.
As the owner of an ecommerce store, you have the power to become very successful and touch bases that other competitors have not reached yet. With that being said, here are great examples of t-shirt stores who has successfully implemented these 5 ways to make your website stand out:
Over the past several months, Miva Merchant has been working on a responsive developer framework. Today, Miva is releasing the new bootstrap framework for the use of Miva store owners and the web development community.
PayPal offers a Bill Me Later service for small and medium sized online businesses. This feature enables Miva merchants to offer Bill Me Later as a financing option for online transactions. Customers love the ability to purchase with this no-interest financing option, and Miva stores can offer the Bill Me Later option at checkout and get paid right away from PayPal.
Eliza Kern, Author at GigaOM, wrote an interesting article titled, How the age of design-centric e-commerce might not lend itself to sales. It confronts the third wave of ecommerce, called “Emotional Ecommerce.” These sites that are using emotion and design to sell their products… do they really work?
The online shopping business is a competitive one, and there are millions of Ecommerce stores out there. The instant someone arrives at your website, they make a judgment about your company based on what they see. Customers will be judging the reliability of your company and the quality of your products based on the design of your website. Sometimes, store owners think the more, the better. However, when dealing with web design, typically, the simpler the design, the better. Here are the Dos & Don’ts of Ecommerce web design:
There is a lot to be said for convenience and simplicity. These are just two factors that heavily impact the consumer experience, which in turn affects your conversion rates. Learn more about these 5 common mistakes or “sins” of website design.
Here at Miva Merchant, we get asked all the time by our clients looking to increase their checkout conversion rate if they should switch to using a one page checkout. Our response to them is always the same: “Well, It depends.”