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Brits report they will start Christmas shopping earlier this year – will your business be ready?

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Brits report they will start Christmas shopping earlier this year – will your business be ready?

Christmas is an important source of revenue for retailers – and a serious headache for their ecommerce managers. Traffic increases exponentially in the run up to December, placing web infrastructure under increased load. It is not unusual to hear of major retail websites collapsing under the weight of demand around Black Friday and Easter Monday.

This year promises to be somewhat different. Lock down has forced shoppers off the high streets and onto the Internet; online sales in July were 50% higher than February for instance. Ecommerce managers should have already noticed the additional traffic coming to their websites.

But stranger things are yet to come.

Cyber Monday 2020 may be slightly easier than normal

According to a report from eBay, 27% of British consumers plan to begin their Christmas shopping earlier this year. This should come as a relief to the website manager – peaks in traffic could be one-quarter lower than normal, helping to reduce costs and the risks of the website crashing in December.

But don’t forget – baseline traffic is already above normal – and any additional increase could cause similar issues to those normally restricted to Christmas. It may be that you need to deploy a scalable website sooner to avoid the kind of performance issues that drive customers away.

Leveraging the power of the cloud

Traditional websites are closely tied to the hardware on which they are installed. Once demand outstrips available resources, the website fails. The same is true of basic virtual servers which are also limited by assigned resources.

By reconfiguring the website to make use of cloud infrastructure however, you are far less likely to encounter these limitations. Cloud platforms like Microsoft Azure are built on an enormous pool of resources (RAM, disk space, bandwidth etc) that are shared between subscribers.

If your application begins to run out of available RAM, the platform automatically assigns more from pool to prevent a resource-related crash. This auto-scaling behaviour applies CPU power and disk storage too. Your applications should never run out of resources again.

Good for customers, good for your accounts

Under a traditional website model you would need to buy additional redundant server hardware, hoping that you have specified enough to manage peaks in demand. This would be a large capital investment and the majority of those resources would remain unused for most of the year.

Moving to a cloud platform completely changes the proposition. You do not have to make any up-front capital spend, nor do you have to guesstimate a resource limit that you hope will cover demand. Instead you only ever pay for the resources your ecommerce website actually uses. December’s bill will of course be higher, but your website won’t crash because it ran out of RAM.

Time to act

The fact that so much day-to-day business has moved online means that many websites are already under pressure. Any additional pre-Christmas load could begin to cause problems. And the December rush is completely unavoidable.

It makes sense to consider whether your current website needs to be migrated to the cloud sooner rather than later. Sub-optimal performance is one of the easiest ways to lose customers and revenue – so can you really afford not to take action before the rush begins?

Ready to talk? Give us a call and we’ll talk you through your website options.

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Jas Panesar

Chief Operation Officer

Jas spent 25 years as a principal consultant and database specialist at Capgemini where she led digital transformation and migration projects for Public Sector Services, the Insurance and Property industry, DHL, Citibank, General Motors Acceptance Corporation, Nationwide Building Society, Swansea County Council and more. Jas now manages our operations and development team to ensure the highest level of quality for your development project.

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Aspiring Panda featured in TechRound’s 50 Best BAME Businesses 2020

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Aspiring Panda featured in TechRound's 50 Best BAME Businesses 2020

We are delighted to announce that Anu Panesar of Aspiring Panda has been named as a finalist in TechRound’s BAME 50 Under 50, which ranks the top 50 BAME-driven and founded businesses and startups in the UK, praised for their innovation and contribution to the UK’s fast-growing startup scene, whilst smashing social barriers along the way.

The announcement follows over 500 applications and a week of judging from an expert panel including Linda Plant; successful entrepreneur and renowned interviewer on BBC’s The Apprentice, as well as Rajeeb Dey, co-Founder of Learnebly and Startup Britain, Kike Oniwinde, Former Team GB athlete and CEO of BYP Network and Bindi Karia, the UK’s ‘Queen of Startups.’

TechRound is the UK’s leading voice for startup news and opinions and the BAME50 Under 50 highlights the diversity and success in the UK startup and business sectors, with people from all walks of life and from all nature of backgrounds demonstrating their ingenuity and creativity. TechRound remains the best place in the UK to showcase the talent and progress in the startup and tech industry. The judges commended the innovation and hard work of all the entries and the entrepreneurs. One judge reportedly said that she was ‘bloody impressed’ with the quality of candidates and their ideas, which is a huge credit to the BAME community living in the UK, who continue to work hard and thrive despite various social and economic challenges.

TechRound co-Founder David Soffer commented: “The UK is one of the best places in the world to start and grow a startup. TechRound’s BAME50 Under 50 goes to show that people of all backgrounds have thrived in the UK. The BAME50 Under 50 also goes to show that there are some wonderful businesses and ventures, started, run and sustained by the UK’s fabulous BAME communities, something we hope will continue.”

“Part of what makes the UK such a huge global player when it comes to startups, tech and innovation is that there is such depth of diversity, with people bringing their different experiences and backgrounds into startups and business, which are both all about being creative.”

TechRound co-Founder Daniel Tannenbaum said: “ The BAME50 Under 50 is set to be a game changer and will promote those individuals who have fought harder than most to succeed and their stories will outline their journeys. As we are well aware, BAME entrepreneurs have historically been underfunded and underrepresented and this list’s purpose is to help change the status quo.”

“We want to celebrate people from all backgrounds and businesses of all sizes and this list will be a testament to those individuals who are diversifying the UK’s startup landscape.”

With more and more consumers making online purchases via their smartphones, ecommerce retailers will need to ensure the safety and efficiency of every transaction. Whilst traditional desktop purchases give consumers ample time to browse and compare, mobile shopping needs to be quick and easy for customers making purchases on the go. This means there should be little friction between when a product is selected and subsequently paid for; the fewer steps and clicks the better the user experience. To enhance the mobile shopping experience even further, plenty more retailers will be providing apps to their customers. This will ultimately see a rise in more persuasively written in-app push notifications to encourage customers to use the app more proactively. Additionally, apps allow retailers to capture even more granular data on customers shopping habits to offer more personalised recommendations.

Jas Panesar

Chief Operation Officer

Jas spent 25 years as a principal consultant and database specialist at Capgemini where she led digital transformation and migration projects for Public Sector Services, the Insurance and Property industry, DHL, Citibank, General Motors Acceptance Corporation, Nationwide Building Society, Swansea County Council and more. Jas now manages our operations and development team to ensure the highest level of quality for your development project.

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Top Ecommerce trends for 2020

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Top Ecommerce trends for 2020

With 2020 now in full swing, there’s never been a better time to reflect on some of the ecommerce predictions made towards the end of 2019. Online retail experts expect sustainable shopping to grow in popularity, flexible finance options to be commonplace and mobile commerce to become as seamless as desktop shopping.

Curious to discover the other trends that will have an impact on your ecommerce business in 2020? Check out our top predictions and feel free to share some of your own in the comments below or on social.

Increase in mobile payments along with a growth in phone app push notifications

With more and more consumers making online purchases via their smartphones, ecommerce retailers will need to ensure the safety and efficiency of every transaction. Whilst traditional desktop purchases give consumers ample time to browse and compare, mobile shopping needs to be quick and easy for customers making purchases on the go. This means there should be little friction between when a product is selected and subsequently paid for; the fewer steps and clicks the better the user experience. To enhance the mobile shopping experience even further, plenty more retailers will be providing apps to their customers. This will ultimately see a rise in more persuasively written in-app push notifications to encourage customers to use the app more proactively. Additionally, apps allow retailers to capture even more granular data on customers shopping habits to offer more personalised recommendations.

Social commerce shows no sign of slowing down

With reality shows like Love Island creating huge influencers almost overnight, savvy ecommerce brands are always looking for creative ways to take advantage of Instagram’s popularity to sell products. Retailers like I Saw it First have become official sponsors of Love Island, launching exclusive collections sported by the stars of the popular show. Whether fans are following their favourite Love Island star or following the I Saw it First Instagram page, they can instantly make a purchase from within a post simply by clicking the shopping bag icon to be taken to the product page on the website. Other popular retailers like FashionNova have also benefited from Instagram’s in-app shopping feature that makes social commerce a much more seamless process.

Online stores come to life as physical experiences

Ecommerce only stores wanting to test the waters to see if their store will perform as well in a physical capacity are turning to temporary pop-up shops in a bid to conduct some market research. Whilst retailers like House of CB opened fully-fledged standalone stores in shopping centres, cult ecommerce brands like Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop and Glossier are bringing their massive followings across the ponds so British consumers can see what all the hype is about. This is a great way for retailers to test the waters with different audiences before committing to expensive retail space.

The growing backlash against excessive consumerism

The goal of any business is to make a profit but how can brands continue to do so when customers are becoming more conscious of issues like staff working conditions, sustainability and the environment? Brands without a strong corporate responsibility may experience negative feedback from consumers who want to align themselves with brands with a strong set of ethics and values. The Black Friday and Cyber Monday phenomenon adopted from the States has already seen some consumers threaten to boycott the likes of Amazon, with accusations that online retailers often put profit above staff wellbeing during the manic festive season. Customers concerned about employee conditions are turning to more sustainable brands with strong credentials and fair working practices. These brands may sell products that cost slightly more but the quality is better, the materials typically recycled and the staff are paid a fair wage. Additionally, green customers are looking for environmentally friendly options when they shop whether that’s recycled fashion or vegan meals. Indeed, Veganuary saw a record 400,000 people sign up to commit to a vegan diet for the month of January. Food retailers also experienced a sales lift with KFC selling a million vegan burgers in the first month they were on sale, while the food delivery service Deliveroo said orders of vegan dishes had increased by 78% compared with last year.

Flexible financing options for big and small purchases

Retailers looking for ways to encourage customers to spend more and frequently have often turned to loyalty programmes and store cards to do so. Now, retailers are moving towards flexible payment options to target millennials who may not always have the funds to hand for large shopping purchases. This is where payment platforms like Klarna and Clearpay come in. Customers no longer need to wait till payday to complete that big online shop, now they can purchase a shopping bag of items worth £100 and pay in four affordable instalments of £25. Only the merchants are charged to use the service and customers are only charged a late fee if they miss a payment, so it’s a practical service that suits both parties. If your average order value is large however, you may want to consider offering financing options to your customers. Even more importantly, customer financing has been proven to increase conversion rates by up to 25%. Good to know considering many basket abandonments happen at the shopping cart stage when many customers appear to be put off by the total amount.

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Anoop Panesar

Business Development Manager

Digital marketing and tech specialist Anoop is a well-known figure in the Harrow and North London community. Currently the Operations Director for Aspiring Panda, the company uses cloud and development expertise to solve some of the toughest business challenges – which has recently included consulting with East African nations to provide sustainable farming.

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Introducing the Aspiring Panda #AspiringWomen Community

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Introducing the Aspiring Panda #AspiringWomen Community

Aspiring Panda is thrilled to launch our exciting new #AspiringWomen Community celebrating inspirational female business leaders. We will be sharing the amazing stories of women who have overcome obstacles and challenges to find business success in the face of adversity. Taking inspiration from our talented COO Jas Panesar, the #AspiringWomen Community seeks to champion other inspirational women who are making great strides in their career. We hope their stories will encourage and motivate other women who are trying to accomplish business success too.

Each month, we will publish features and interviews from inspirational women in different industries and share their experiences, challenges and advice. We aim to promote these stories across our social media networks and via a monthly Aspiring Women newsletter, to highlight their journeys and give readers a chance to engage.

We will also be providing exclusive offers to the Aspiring Women community to support their visions and businesses.

To join the Aspiring Women Community, please sign up here

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Anoop Panesar

Business Development Manager

Digital marketing and tech specialist Anoop is a well-known figure in the Harrow and North London community. Currently the Operations Director for Aspiring Panda, the company uses cloud and development expertise to solve some of the toughest business challenges – which has recently included consulting with East African nations to provide sustainable farming.

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Boost online sales this Christmas: The Essential Guide

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Boost online sales this Christmas: The Essential Guide

As we get well into the swing of the festive season, savvy online retailers will be looking for lots of practical ways to grow their sales.

With Christmas still the most lucrative time of the year for most ecommerce businesses, we share our tried and tested advice to ensure both you and your customers have a very Merry Christmas!

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Anoop Panesar

Business Development Manager

Digital marketing and tech specialist Anoop is a well-known figure in the Harrow and North London community. Currently the Operations Director for Aspiring Panda, the company uses cloud and development expertise to solve some of the toughest business challenges – which has recently included consulting with East African nations to provide sustainable farming.

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Festive marketing Tips and Tricks

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Festive marketing Tips and Tricks

We asked our lovely Twitter followers to share their festive marketing tips for our ecommerce customers and we were inundated with lots of great advice! Here is a selection of some of our favourites that you can apply to your festive marketing campaign to maximise sales during the busy Christmas period.

Innovative visual software firm Grip stresses the importance of the customer experience during the festive season which is often a key factor for relationship building. “Customising the customer experience to deliver relevant information creates loyalty, brand awareness and encourages stronger customer relationships.”

With Black Friday sales often continuing well into December, ecommerce software firm Volusion shared their thoughts on online retailers offering excessive discounts. “Consider your discount levels and price points sooner rather than later so you can ensure you’re not sacrificing profits. Don’t automatically think you need to offer big discounts. Try tiered discounts or bundled items too!”

Taking advantage of FOMO (fear of missing out) during the lucrative festive season is the best way to encourage customers to spend. Nobody wants to miss out on that perfect gift and by targeting customers with limited offer products, outreach agency Seeker Digital says you can build urgency that drives sales. “Create a seasonal retargeting sequence that maximises the FOMO and urgency elements of ongoing Black Friday deals. Throw in some extras for people who engage with your brand on social or email.”

Would you like to share some of your own festive marketing tips and tricks? Simply follow Aspiring Panda on Twitter and our favourites will get a nice retweet!

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Anoop Panesar

Business Development Manager

Digital marketing and tech specialist Anoop is a well-known figure in the Harrow and North London community. Currently the Operations Director for Aspiring Panda, the company uses cloud and development expertise to solve some of the toughest business challenges – which has recently included consulting with East African nations to provide sustainable farming.

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How to differentiate your online store from competitors

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How to differentiate your online store from competitors

What makes ecommerce brands like Amazon, ASOS and Sephora stand-out from their competitors?

Simple, they work hard at differentiating themselves to keep customers engaged, loyal and most importantly returning. The online retail sector is fiercely competitive so emerging ecommerce startups must employ creative tactics to keep customers interested.

You don’t need huge marketing budgets to compete with established players, just a customer-centric strategy that puts customers first. Read on for our failproof hacks on how your online store can replicate the success of these leading ecommerce brands.

Supercharge your loyalty programmes to retain customers

A recurring problem online retailers face is how to encourage repeat purchases and increase retention. We all know the well worn saying by now that it costs brands more to acquire new customers than it does to retain existing ones. If this is true, why do brands insist on expensive marketing campaigns targeting prospective customers?

Buck the trend by implementing a loyalty programme that gives your current customers a reason to return often thus boosting purchase frequency:

  • Reward for more than just purchases: Traditional loyalty programmes used to just reward customers for simply making a number of purchases. The newer programmes go a step further by offering points for a variety of actions including newsletter subscriptions and friend referrals.
  • Create unique customer experiences: One of the best ways to increase lifetime customer value is to reward high spend customers with access to premium loyalty tiers and VIP events. Customers can be given brand ambassador status and should be rewarded accordingly for actively promoting your brand to their friends.
  • Use gamification to engage customers: Gamification is growing in popularity in ecommerce. Retail giant Nike has their online Fuel Program which encourages customers to share their best running times, track their progress and challenge friends to meet fitness goals. Adding this competitive element makes the programme much more fun for customers. What do customers get out of all this? Nike product exclusives, launch event invites and bespoke workout plans.

Takeaway: Look at creative ways your ecommerce brand can reward customers for more than just purchases. Check out loyalty programs from Swell, Smile and LoyaltyLion to give you a competitive edge over other online stores in your industry.

Enhanced personalisation to boost online sales

Effective personalisation is a great way to help your ecommerce brand stand out from competitors who merely see their customers as a number. Don’t make the same mistake as some big brands who neglect their loyal customers as they grow.

No matter how big or small your brand, there are plenty of creative ways to personalise each customer’s online shopping experience:

  • Personalise product recommendation: Take advantage of the power of product upselling by making good use of product recommendations. You can display the ‘products customers recently viewed’ or more helpfully, ‘products other customers also liked’ which is great for driving recommendations conversions. It can also help boost basket size per purchase as customers are inspired to buy products they wouldn’t have otherwise.
  • Shoppable Instagram feed: Social proof means customers are more likely to respond to content from other customers rather than the brand themselves. Integrate your Instagram feed on your homepage so customers can directly shop items that have been worn and styled by real customers. Besides seeing images of people who look like them as opposed to glossy models, customers will also get honest product feedback which will do more to motivate them to purchase than an advert ever could.
  • Customise emails to customers: If you are savvy enough to ask for important information when a customer creates an account, this can be used effectively to create targeted email communication. You can send customers special discounts on their birthday and the anniversary of when they opened an account with your store.

Takeaway: Personalisation is the difference between treating your customer as a person rather than just a number. Simply by addressing them by name in email communication and using their previous browsing habits to suggest product recommendations, you have a distinct advantage.

Exit intent pop-ups drive increased conversions

Struggling to convert your website visitors into regular customers? An exit intent pop-up could be just the tonic you’re looking for. Many ecommerce retailers suffer from high bounce rates when customers fail to make a purchase and leave the website.

Whether you love them or hate them, pop-ups are proven to drive conversions and keep customers on your site:

  • Grow newsletter subscriptions: Are you giving website visitors a strong enough incentive to join your mailing list? Perhaps they aren’t quite ready to make a purchase yet; don’t let them leave your website without encouraging them to sign up to your newsletter. This is a great way to send them relevant content to promote your products and keep your brand top of mind. You can incentivise them with product discounts for signups; pop-up firm Wisepops claim their customers report a 100% increase in their list building efforts when they set up exit popups.
  • Provide incentives like discounts: Discounts and special offers are a quick easy way to convert customers who would have typically left your website. If none of your products initially pique the interest of a new visitor, how about a discount exit pop-up to whet their appetite? You can offer a voucher if they continue shopping and make sure it has a strong call to action they simply can’t ignore.
  • Reduce cart abandonment: Millions are lost annually due to cart abandonment but when tackled, this can be a great way to claw back lost sales. If a customer attempts to leave a website with a full basket, a subtle pop-up telling them their cart will be saved to their email could be the reassuring nudge they need. You could even sweeten the deal by offering free delivery, thus removing another barrier to a potentially lost sale.

Takeaway: Take a look at your Google Analytics and study your bounce rate carefully to identify which pages customers are exiting your website on. You can use this data to help you decide the most appropriate exit pop-up to display to help drive conversions.

Here at Aspiring Panda, our talented team of developers is committed to creating innovative customisation features to help ecommerce brands differentiate themselves from competitors. Contact us for a free consultation to discuss your ecommerce project today.

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Anoop Panesar

Business Development Manager

Digital marketing and tech specialist Anoop is a well-known figure in the Harrow and North London community. Currently the Operations Director for Aspiring Panda, the company uses cloud and development expertise to solve some of the toughest business challenges – which has recently included consulting with East African nations to provide sustainable farming.

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Launching a Successful Ecommerce Business

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Launching a Successful Ecommerce Business

Looking for some honest advice to help launch your ecommerce business successfully? We spoke to our Twitter followers and asked them to share their experiences of starting an online retail business and the challenges they overcame. Check out our handy infographic featuring their useful snippets to help your ecommerce business get off to a flying start.

Make sure to visit the fantastic ecommerce brands who submitted their advice to learn more about their businesses.

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Anoop Panesar

Business Development Manager

Digital marketing and tech specialist Anoop is a well-known figure in the Harrow and North London community. Currently the Operations Director for Aspiring Panda, the company uses cloud and development expertise to solve some of the toughest business challenges – which has recently included consulting with East African nations to provide sustainable farming.

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How to build content for your ecommerce website

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How to build content for your ecommerce website

Are you looking for a failsafe way to create engaging ecommerce website copy?

Engaging content is the bedrock of any good online store, so Aspiring Panda have put together a quick guide to creating web copy. As if that wasn’t enough, we also asked our Twitter followers to share their top tips too!

From visual sitemaps to SEO optimisation, check out these handy tips to get your ecommerce site content ready for go live.

CREATE A WEBSITE CONTENT STRATEGY

Your ecommerce website content should be useful and practical to help convert visitors into customers. If this is your first time creating an ecommerce website, we recommend building a content strategy.

Make it easier for your team to collaborate during the content creation process with a shared folder on G Drive. You can store all the web copy for each page and easily comment and feedback on content created. Often teams depend too heavily on dummy content at the start of the design process. This may actually delay your website launch as lack of web content is usually one of the main reasons a website misses a go live deadline.

Looking for a more painless way to plan and organise your ecommerce copy?

We love the Jumpchart tool which helps with website architecture and visualisation. It gives all stakeholders a birdseye view of the sitemap, which acts as a blueprint so you can effectively plot your content.

UNDERSTAND HOW SEO CAN INCREASE TRAFFIC

After your website content planning comes content creation. If you are using one of the popular ecommerce platforms, there may already be SEO functionality built in.

Whether creating content from scratch or doing a content audit, ensure your web copy is SEO optimized. This is vital for ecommerce websites which can often have hundreds or thousands of pages.

SEO consultant Yanis Zisis stresses the importance of keyword research for your products or services. ‘Use Google Keyword Planner to identify what items visitors are looking for and create helpful content.’

Once you have established your keyword sets, you can begin creating engaging content for your target audience. Establish your tone of voice and brand guidelines to ensure your content appeals to customers.

Content should always purposeful and help visitors to make purchasing decisions, so consider tactics that will drive conversions. Graphic design marketplace 99 Designs, believe conversions are imperative.

‘Optimize through A/B testing of everything on-site including design, positioning of adverts and navigation,’ the designers say.

USE STUNNING IMAGERY THAT INSPIRES

A large ecommerce website can typically have thousands of product images, so it’s important these are professionally shot. Invest in high quality photography of all your products as well as promotional images of the products in use.

Take the advice of Wine Cellar Door founder Elisabeth Else and develop ‘how to videos and behind-the-scenes imagery.’

This may sound like a large financial outlay, but is cost effective in the long run. You should now have a bulging image library for all collaborators to quickly access, particularly for press and marketing materials.

If you are working to tight time constraints, hire a freelance copywriter who can produce keyword relevant product descriptions. Emotive product copy and glossy images are much more likely to inspire customers to make a purchase.

ENCOURAGE YOUR CUSTOMERS TO SHARE CONTENT

A sign of a well executed ecommerce website, is lots of rich content from the customers themselves. Use your website as a platform for customers to share reviews about your products and services and help drive increased conversions.

By leveraging social proof, prospective customers are more likely to purchase a product if reviewed by a previous customer. Online retailer Evercreatures recommends rewarding customers for submitting user generated content (UGC) as this boosts customer loyalty.

Customer reviews are not the only source of rich content for ecommerce sites though. Customer queries and even complaints provide great opportunities for creating useful blog content.

‘Use customer FAQs as blog post topics. If they are wondering how to use your product then others will be thinking that too. Offer answers, inspiration and innovations through your posts and link to them each time it pops up. This answers them, increases website traffic and helps SEO,’ says Smoothie PR founder Charlotte Moore.

Creating content for your ecommerce website may at first appear to be a daunting task but it doesn’t have to be if you plan wisely. Implementing a content strategy that is SEO optimised is the first step to building a successful ecommerce site.

Contact the experts at Aspiring Panda to learn about some of our previous Services projects and how we can help you launch your store online.

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Anoop Panesar

Business Development Manager

Digital marketing and tech specialist Anoop is a well-known figure in the Harrow and North London community. Currently the Operations Director for Aspiring Panda, the company uses cloud and development expertise to solve some of the toughest business challenges – which has recently included consulting with East African nations to provide sustainable farming.

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7 Questions to Ask Your Cloud Storage Provider

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7 Questions to Ask Your Cloud Storage Provider

Cloud storage is ideal for businesses who want to reduce their hardware costs and increase productivity. You can access your files remotely from anywhere in the world safely and securely. Learn more about harnessing the power of the cloud and the benefits of storing your data online.

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Anoop Panesar

Business Development Manager

Digital marketing and tech specialist Anoop is a well-known figure in the Harrow and North London community. Currently the Operations Director for Aspiring Panda, the company uses cloud and development expertise to solve some of the toughest business challenges – which has recently included consulting with East African nations to provide sustainable farming.