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Preparing For E-Commerce Success: How To Ensure Your E-Commerce Website Will Work

Despite consumers' familiarity with purchasing products from the Internet, and the prevalence of website developers eager to work on e-commerce projects, developing a successful e-commerce website is no trivial matter.
Certain key factors must be considered before your #website is built. Failing to consider these issues first invariably results in failure. Use the following 7 points to check whether your business is ready to benefit from e-commerce.
1. How Suitable Are My Products For An #E-Commerce Website?
Not everything is suited to online selling and so it is vital that you understand whether consumers are likely to buy your products directly from a website. Suitable products tend to share common features:
Homogenous - branded products are identical, irrespective of where they are purchased, and these are often good candidates for an e-commerce website. A consumer is more likely to purchase an item from your website if they understand exactly what they are buying. Books are a good example: a novel bought from one website is identical to the same novel bought from any other and so, in the consumer's mind, there is no uncertainty about what they are purchasing. Conversely, personalised or unique items (or products that need to be tried on or tested) are not so well suited to online selling. Shoes and spectacles, for instance, are difficult to sell from an e-commerce website because the consumer is more uncertain about whether the item is exactly right for them.
Shippable - the fulfilment of online orders is often the area of e-commerce that causes website owners most difficulty. Small, light-weight items are easily shipped and do not involve a high delivery cost that may deter online sales. To this end, many website owners will incorporate the actual delivery cost within the price of their products so that they are able to offer "free delivery", which can help to stimulate online orders. Bulky, heavy items can pose website owners some problems when it comes to delivery. If a product is fairly low-value item, will a £10 or £20 additional delivery charge be acceptable to the consumer?
Inexpensive - consumers' propensity to purchase online is strongly related to the perceived risk of making that purchase. A normally cautious consumer might adopt a more care-free "why not?" attitude when purchasing a book for £6.99. The same person would be far more reticent when spending several thousand pounds on an electrical product. Although high-price products do sell on the Internet, you have a natural advantage if you sell lower value items.

2. What Is Your Target Market?
Any Internet enthusiast will tell you that you can sell to customers anywhere in the world as soon as you have an e-commerce website.
If you run a conventional business that supplies to customers in a specific geographic area, the prospect of being able to sell across the world can be very enticing.
However, fulfilling an overseas order can be quite onerous: should you charge VAT to customers based outside the EU? Do you have to pay excise duties if you send an order to America? How much will it cost to deliver an order to New Zealand?
With this in mind, many business owners choose to restrict their website to accepting orders from the UK only, particularly while their e-commerce site is in its early stages. The downside of selling to a more confined market can sometimes be a sensible price to pay.
3. Payment Processing - Real-time or Offline?
Many websites complete online transactions at the exact time of purchase, while the customer is still viewing the website. This is real-time processing and it uses a #Payment Service Provider (PSP) - an online service that provides:
A secure environment in which the customer can safely enter credit / debit card details;
An automated connection to the banking system, so that the card transaction can be verified and checked;

Secure Trading and #WorldPay are two well-known PSPs.
Alternatively, off-line processing means that your website will simply collect the customer's card details and store them securely on the server. The transaction is processed manually at a later date, usually by the website owner using a PDQ machine (credit card swipe machine).
Real-time processing requires no intervention on your behalf. As the website owner, you will be notified when a transaction is processed (although you will not see the customer's card details) and you will then fulfil the order accordingly. Because this is an automated solution, it is hassle-free although it can be more costly, as your bank and the PSP will both take a percentage of the value of each transaction.
Off-line processing is dependent on your involvement, which can prove time consuming but it does provide you with the opportunity to vet customers' orders before you accept their payments.
4. How Will You Attract Customers To Your Website?
If you run a conventional retail outlet, you will be familiar with the adage that the three most important factors in retailing are "location, location, location". Retailers know that a good location, with a steady stream of passing traffic, guarantees a high level of footfall.
Passing traffic is equally important for an e-commerce website. The most beautifully-designed, functional site will not generate revenue from online sales unless it receives visitors. An effective, well-planned approach to driving traffic to your website is a vital component of a successful e-commerce site.
Your immediate thoughts about generating visitors may involve Internet-based marketing. A prominent listing in Google, Yahoo and other leading search engines will invariably produce visits, so a well-optimised website may well be important. Similarly, a marketing campaign based on #Google #AdWords(TM) can also direct prospective customers to your website.
However, just because your shop exists online, you should not overlook off-line marketing as an effective means of generating visitors. Press releases, word-of-mouth referrals, magazine advertising and PR all have a part to play in your overall marketing strategy.
Many website owners focus too much on their site's functionality and "look and feel" and then find that it is the lack of traffic that causes their website to fail. Understanding how you will generate visitors to your website is the most important factor in your e-commerce plans.
5. Do You Understand The Legal Issues?
Using your website to trade online introduces legal obligations that may not apply if you have a brochure-style website.
E-commerce website owners cannot trade anonymously. Your e-commerce site should show your contact details, including a full postal address, as well as details of the legal owner of the site.
You should also be aware that customers have the legal right to return a product bought from your website within 7-days of delivery. A customer does not need to provide a reason and you cannot refuse to accept the returned item (unless your products are exempt, as is the case with food retailers and businesses that sell personalised items).
Data protection, copyright and accessibility are other key legal issues that apply to online trading and you should consult the DTI's website or talk to a solicitor to get suitable advice.
6. How Will You Choose an Appropriate Website Designer?
Website designers broadly fall into one of three categories:
Graphic design firms offer print-based design services in addition to designing websites
Multimedia artists create sophisticated design work, often involving 3D animation and sound
Web developers have more of an IT bias and their technical skills are well-suited to building web applications as well as website design

E-commerce websites are particularly suited to web developers, as their technical expertise means that they are well-positioned to build secure, dynamic websites.
Choosing a new website designer can be difficult so ensure that you check the following before you make your choice:
Have they developed e-commerce websites before? Ask for addresses of other clients' websites and visit each site to check that it works well
Are they knowledgeable about key e-commerce issues such as payment processing and website marketing? Ask them to explain how they would approach this for your website
Do they follow a structured approach to their work or do things appear somewhat haphazard? A successful e-commerce website will require careful planning and you do not want to suffer just because your website designer is anxious to get the job done

7. Will Your Website Be Sufficiently Flexible?
It is important to check that your website will include e-commerce features that give you sufficient flexibility and control:
Product updates - ideally, you want to be in control of your website once it is developed, so you will need the facility to update product details as and when you wish, without needing involvement of your website designer
Stock control - retailers and distributors who can source products with a short lead-time can use their website to sell unlimited stock. Other businesses may need their website to enforce stock control, which allows the website owner to specify how many items are available at any time
Discounts and offers - you may wish to apply a discount to certain products or place an item on special offer. Buy-one-get-one-free, x% discount and free delivery are typical special offers that you can apply
Selling overseas - if you are selling outside the UK, how well will your website cater for overseas customers? Can you show product prices in different currencies, for example? Can you apply a different delivery charge depending on whether the customer is buying from the UK, Europe or the rest of the world?

Whether your e-commerce site is a new website or an upgrade to your existing brochure-style site, it is a major step for your business. The details involved are complex and the whole process can feel overwhelming. However, a successful online presence can produce a profitable new revenue stream, which will help you to grow your business and set you apart from your competitors.
E-commerce is no longer a fashionable buzzword; nor is it the latest IT fad. E-commerce is a permanent part of everyday business and you should plan your e-commerce website to ensure its long-term success.
Hostrings provides successful e-commerce websites for clients in a variety of industry sectors. Contact us at Email: for more information or to discuss your e-commerce requirements.

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Planning Your Website for Success

Most people know they need a #website in order to publicize and promote their business but very few people know what they want in their website. Fewer still are those who can actually sit down and plan their websites well.
If you don't plan ahead, problems will crop up later.
For example, who is going to take care of the website? What are the costs involved? Will you have the time to maintain it or should you hire a webmaster?
These and many more reasons should be compelling enough for you to plan your website well now. Planning your website also ensures that your website fulfills its purpose. It also prepares you financially for the costs of designing and maintaining the website.
Before you go online with a website, here are some issues to consider:
#Domain Name
As a #business website owner, your first task is to choose a suitable domain name which reflects your business. A domain name should also be easy to pronounce and easy to remember. To do this, first list down some domain names which you prefer. To project a professional feel, avoid cutesy names or names which have negative connotation. Those in the service or consultancy line might want to use their own names as domains. Next, check availability of the domains that you have chosen. What happens if the domain you choose is already taken? Go for alternatives, such as .net, .org or .biz, if .com is not available.
Design of Website
These days, it is not necessary to hire a web designer to design a website although you can, if you want to. The alternative is that you can learn to create a website yourself by learning HTML or by using a WYSIWYG editor.
HTML (HyperText Markup Language) is the code or language used to write or create most documents you see on the World Wide Web. If learning HTML from scratch is too complicated, you can also use a WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) Editor.
A WYSIWYG Editor makes it much easier because it allows users who do not have technical background the freedom to create and edit their own web pages easily. By using a WYSIWYG Editor, even those who do not know HTML or web design can create, update and maintain their own websites.
Not every website's intention is sell to consumers. Some websites are used for prospecting while others are used for education. Define the purpose of your website so that your marketing activities can be better structured to fulfill this purpose. For example, say you intend to sell your products online. How do you plan to do it? Do you want your customers to pay using credit card, direct fund transfer or via some other means? How do you plan to ship the products?
If you want to sell products and services online, ensure you plan #e-commerce facilities early into your website. Of course there is nothing wrong if you want to use your website for prospecting, sales and education. However, be sure that there is a strategy for each purpose or you would be losing valuable visitors unnecessarily.
Target Audience
Knowing whom you are creating the website for will go a long way in helping you market your website later. Think about the age group, geographic location, income level and interests of your audience. Put yourself in their shoes and imagine you are a visitor to the website. What would interest you? What would turn you off? If you cannot imagine your target audience, how about thinking about people who are currently buying your products or services? What are they like? What age groups do they belong to? What is their geographic location? More importantly, what do they need?
The main reason why people go online is to find information. Therefore your website should contain information. But what kinds of information could you provide? You could offer information about your products and services. You could also offer information about your company. Another type of information comes in the form of articles, books, newsletters and reports. Again, this brings up more questions. How often will you update your information? Will your content be free? Will you be writing the content yourself or will you obtain articles from other websites?
Good quality content is important if you want to attract web users to browse, read and learn. In the process, they educate themselves and find themselves trusting you and what you market. Beside, writing and providing interesting and useful content in the form of articles, tips and how-to's is a great way to position yourself as a trustworthy expert.

Good copy or text is always important on any website because if your customers don't trust what you are saying, they won't buy from you. Do not attempt to place the copy found on your printed brochure directly onto your website because that wouldn't work.
Writing for the web is different because of the way people read online. People scan text when they read online as opposed to reading word by word when they read printed books.
According to, reading from computer screens is about 25% slower than reading on paper. In short, it is painful to read from computer screens. As such, any type of writing for websites should remember that reading short and succinct text is far more appealing than reading long chunks and blocks of text.
To help people read better online, use headlines to break up long paragraphs, use bulleted lists, write shorter paragraphs and write less than you should. Spend some time looking at good websites and see if you can learn how to write web copy for your website. If the job sounds too tough, get the services of a #professional web copywriter.
Interactive Elements
Interactive elements makes your website come alive and attract visitors. For example, are you planning to offer audio talks or mini videos for visitors to download? Do you want to have a forum where visitors can have discussions? Do you want to enable visitors to talk to you live while both of you are online? While interactive elements are fun, do bear in mind that these do take up bandwidth. You might like to discuss with your web hosting provider about your hosting needs if you intend to include these elements into your website.
Graphics and Images
Good #graphics and #images are key to making a website look professional and polished.
What product images do you have? If you do not have good images, consider getting professional shots done. Or you can also consider buying stock #photographs. How about logos? Do you have one or do you need to create one? What other images do you need for your website? Note these down. Remember that images for the web should be either in .gif, .jpeg or .png formats. Graphics should also be optimized for the web meaning they should not be too large as large graphics tend to make your webpages load too slowly which over time, would turn your visitors off.
Planning for web hosting is another important step. Make sure your web host can support your requirements especially if your website contains a number of interactive elements.
Updates and #webMaintenance  
Do not be mistaken that a website that is completed and live online can be left as it is. A website can never 'grow' by itself. As a website owner, you need to help it grow. You need to update and maintain the website therefore you must plan updating and maintenance work into your website.
How often will your website be updated? Will you be the person who will update and maintain the website? If you intend on doing so, can your web designer integrate a content management system into the website? Or if you don't feel you can do this job well, maybe you should think about delegating this work to a webmaster. If you need a webmaster, be sure you calculate into your budget an allocation for #webmaster fees.
The best thing about having a website is that you can make immediate changes to your website and you see the information in real time, updated and relevant. Unlike printed materials which takes time to be printed and distributed, which by then some information may no longer be relevant, a website enables you to make immediate changes easily and cheaply.
Updating and maintaining your website is also important because it encourages search engines to come and index your website, thus enabling your website to be ranked in the search engines when web users do an online search.

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