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A Look Back at the Top Hosting Trends of 2016

As technology continues to evolve and improve, so do the growing expectations of savvy web consumers. And when it comes to choosing a web hosting service provider, cost, flexibility, reliability and service aren’t just the first qualities that come to mind. Because the industry has grown exponentially in just a few short years, it creates a higher set of standards for consumer choices. But before we make our predictions for hosting market trends next year, we’re taking a look back at the most influential developments of 2016.

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Category: Net Culture | Server & Hosting | Tips
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Tips and Tricks For Product Descriptions in Online Shops

Have you ever ordered a product online that did not match what you expected from the online shop description? It’s a frustrating experience – for both the dissatisfied customer and the online retailer, who has to handle the return delivery and doesn’t make a sale. In order to avoid such cases, operators of online shops should ensure they have detailed product images and descriptions. Check out our best practices below.

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Category: eBusiness | Tips
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Achieve the right category structure for your online store

By Richard Stevenson, ePages

By ensuring a clear structure you can help visitors find their way and so make the shopping experience an optimal one.

Every online shopper has a particular aim in mind. Susan, for example, seeks the very best price for a new iPhone. Ben is on the hunt for a low-cost kettle with a 1.7 litre capacity, while Mike is looking for an up-to-date electronic item as a birthday gift. Although all three customers have different ideas, they’re all pursuing the same goal: to find the right product as quickly as possible.

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Category: eBusiness
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Five ways to a brilliant online shop design

By Richard Stevenson, ePages

Consumer expectations are increasing all the time. What should merchants consider if they are to beat their competition?

Nowadays it can be challenging for online retailers to identify a genuine product niche. To make their shop successful they therefore need to find additional points of difference – its ‘USPs’ or unique selling points. Particularly important in this context is what is termed the ‘buyer experience’, which depends largely on an appealing shop design. Design trends can come and go – what’s seen as trendy today can very soon start to look dated or tired. However, below we highlight the design fundaments that have stood the test of time, and have a real business case to them:

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Category: eBusiness
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