Share:
POST
TWEET
SHARE
SHARE
EMAIL

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

 

Sign in or register to access this content

Comments are closed.

Featured in this article from the Tamebay Guide – companies that can help you grow and manage your business.

See More Companies >

Recent Comments

6 hours ago
Rob: @Andy, think you will find ebay have at times as at the start of Covid...
6 hours ago
Rob: @Ifellow, ebay could give you free fees and free shop subscription and you would still...
10 hours ago
andy: Would echo the comments about fee reductions during covid. Ebay has deferred fees, but not actually...
19 hours ago
Jack Bailey: I'm a big fan of Dishy Rishi...