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If you have a product or service that you can order or deliver it’s worth considering whether you can sell it online through a webshop.
Today’s consumer has time management and convenience on their mind when it comes to purchasing, and that’s why online sales is the fastest growing sales channel.
Between 2010 and 2017, online sales grew annually at more than 10% - even when High Street sales have wobbled, or in some cases fallen.
Selling online doesn’t have to be exclusively for big businesses – Ash Hill Marketing can help you create and organise a web shop so getting online is a simple and easy process.
Our Webshops are great for small businesses. If you have a small product range we can design a bespoke
system around that - preserving the unique service small business offers.
For larger businesses we can incorporate the technology which powers the web giants, so you can rely on the flexibility of trusted solutions.
A surprising number of small businesses still do not have a website. And a significant number are saying the Web isn’t all that important to their business, according to the May 2016 SurePayroll Small Business Scorecard.
While 72% do have a company website, only 26% are using it for e-commerce – selling their products and services
Only 12% were looking to include an e-commerce component. https://www.surepayroll.com/resources/blog/may-2016-scorecard
Consumers have come to expect online ordering from even the smallest businesses.
Research found that 56% expect small businesses to offer online shopping capabilities.
With so many small businesses already cashing in on eCommerce, you could already be losing out to your competitors if you don’t sell online.
WooCommerce can only be used with WordPress sites, but its behind around 30% of online stores globally.
It’s simple to configure and it works with payment systems like PayPal.
The other system we use is OpenCart. OpenCart is great for bespoke websites as it’s much more customisable.
With that level of flexibility you do get a steeper learning curve – but then you do get your shop to look exactly as you want.