Define your objective
When you build your website it's a good idea to have a goal in mind. What are you trying to get people to do? Are you trying to get them to see your work, get in touch, buy your products? Whatever your aim is, you should keep this in mind for every decision you make. So long as this underpins all your decisions you will be a lot more likely to reach your goal.
Get your website address
Your address on the internet is called you domain. If you haven't already, you will need to pay a domain registration company in order to purchase the domain that you want. Sometimes, people may own the domain that you want to purchase, but there are lots of ways you can get the right domain. Ours is cs-cart.co.uk.
Decide on your site map
When you make an eCommerce website, you’ll want more than one page on that website. Part of this is having a good sitemap it helps both visitors and search engines navigate your site. A good sitemap can help your traffic and even search rankings.
Design your website
No matter how large of a selection of products, how beautiful a colour pallete or eye catching logo. Never underestimate the power of responsive design. Responsive design (websites that work on mobiles and tablets as well as Macs & PCs) will be the difference between a sale and a bad user experience. Get help with your website and get it right first time.
Choose your CMS
A content management system (CMS) is where you store all the information for your website. There is no limit to the possibilities of pages, products and blog articles. What does limit you is the choice of CMS. With an endless supply of different systems and software picking the correct one can make a huge difference.
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