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What Pages Should My Ecommerce Web Design Have?

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Here the author writes about the independent and comfortable status of ecommerce web design. The article shows how tactful and easy it is to set up a store on ecommerce. The ATAK Interactive ecommerce web design believes in clients freedom.

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What Pages Should My Ecommerce Web Design Have?

  1. 1. What Pages Should My Ecommerce Web Design Have? Want a head start on your ecommerce web design? Want to save lots of dollars in consulting fees to figure out what a good ecommerce web design should have? Read this short article. According to ATAK Interactive, an ecommerce solutions agency in Los Angeles, California, there is now a standard set of pages and considerations a retail web site design should have. David Ephraim, CFO and ecommerce web design strategist at ATAK Interactive says “ecommerce web design should be treated much like a brick and mortar retail store. Customers have expectations and don’t want to have to ask someone how to get what they want.” “If a business is building an ecommerce web site, owners and managers should follow an industry standard when it comes to ecommerce page design and ecommerce programming,” says Ephraim. “Customers, just like in retail stores, expect detailed customer service, in depth company information, and now a little more in terms of resource, links, testimonials, and frequently asked questions,” explains Ephraim. In summary Ephraim explains there is no reason an ecommerce web site owner should give a user to leave the web site. The ATAK Interactive ecommerce web design page breakdown serves as a “pick and choose” list customers should use to decide what their ecommerce web site should have. Once the list is narrowed to perfection, business owners can create page content around the list. •General Store Pages •Home •About •News/Press •Services •Resources/Links •FAQ •Testimonials •Locations •Contact Us •Customer Service Pages
  2. 2. •Privacy Policy •Return Policy •Terms and Conditions •Shipping and Returns •Site Map •Cart Pages/Section •Category Page (includes sale/hot deals/clearance) •Products Page (includes prod reviews) •Account Login •My Account •Checkout •Order Status/Track My Order •Newsletter Signup •Extra Pages to Consider •Articles •Glossary •Blog •Price Match Guarantee •Gift Center •Gift Registry •Gift Certificates/Cards •Coupons •Partners •RMA RequestJobs/Careers •Help and Info
  3. 3. •Video Center •Site Security •RSS Feeds •Gear Guides •Affiliate Program •Checklists •Wish Lists Ephraim notes that all pages above are not required for ecommerce web design. “One can combine pages to minimize page count or remove pages that do not make sense altogether. Every business is a little different and there are many ecommerce sales models. The important part is that users can easily find any of this information and confidently make a secure purchase.” By David Ephraim View Source: Ecommerce Web Design & E-Commerce Programming

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