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1: Getting Started

By Paul Skeldon October 4, 2017 - 11:25 am

You’ve decided what you are selling, have created a business plan and even got your branding sorted. Now you need a website to go with it. 

In this opening section – Getting Started – take the first steps to future success in ecommerce;

  • Reserve your domain and start building a functioning site which provides an excellent user experience
  • Implement the tools and options that’ll allow you to take payments across all devices and from all geographies
  • Whether you build yourself or opt for a developer, make sure your website and customer journey are in line with what is expected by the demanding modern online consumer
  • Checklists and existing partners that could help you through this process and on to the next level
  • Ensure your returns policy is set up, visible and leaves you covered

 

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