20+ Years Experience
Specialist eCommerce Website Design
As a professional eCommerce website development agency, we understand that finding a professional eCommerce development company to create your website is of the utmost importance.
Always one step ahead of our competition, we can safely say our eCommerce solutions are second to none, which is why we’re the best choice for website development.
We are specialist eCommerce Website Designers who have designed thousands of eCommerce websites throughout the UK.
With designers based in Lowestoft Suffolk we can offer competitive prices and in February 2023 are able to get costs to you very quickly.
We pride ourselves on offering an eCommerce website development cost suited to your style, aesthetics, and budget.
Whether you wish to fashion a show-stopping eCommerce store or a platform more subtle in style, our team promise to deliver results that meet your expectations and judging by our past projects, results that go beyond your predictions.
All of our eCommerce website creations are designed with user experience and functionality in mind.
Our expert team, having launched in February 2023, boast many years of combined experience as a Suffolk-based eCommerce website development company.
Working on various projects for various clients in numerous industries, from small, local businesses, to large-scale corporations, we have the expertise required to make your web dreams become a reality.
If it’s a unique and bespoke eCommerce company in Suffolk you’re looking for, you can rest assured, that you’ve come to the right place.
Whether you want us to design a brand new customised eCommerce website, or add a little extra to your existing platform, including the likes of a social media dashboard, a third-party online store or payment options, we offer tailored web solutions to suit every need, budget and taste.
Our team of local web experts in Lowestoft will listen to your needs, and create a unique brief to help inaugurate and expand your online offerings.
Our eCommerce website builder services include customised eCommerce development, comprising secured payment gateway options, Search Engine Optimisation and seamless API integration.
Other areas we can help with comprise email and website hosting, domain purchasing, design, product category filters, reviews and ratings and metadata control.
To call us professionals, we offer nothing but professional service. When it comes to creating a top-quality eCommerce website, we know that one style doesn’t fit all.
An eCommerce site created and built by our team in Lowestoft is 100% custom-designed, coded and fashioned with your best business requisites in mind.
We want to create a platform for you and your business that is unique, stands out from the crowd, and does everything that you want it to (and more).
Our philosophy is one of professionalism, which is why we do our utmost to deliver impactful experiences to brands of all shapes and sizes.
Our main aim? To grow your business. We do this by utilising the skills of our professional eCommerce website development team, all of who are experienced in using a wide range of tech tools and web design platforms, as well as BigCommerce. With this platform, we’re able to become more efficient without sacrificing quality.
All of our eCommerce website platforms are created with technological superiority and scalability in mind, which is evident in our use of on-page SEO.
We do this so that you can outperform the competition, by delivering super speedy eCommerce customer experiences that keep your clientele coming back for more.
Asides from ensuring we reach your target audience with the best content possible, as an eCommerce agency, we aim to grow your online business successfully.
This is why we ensure all of the eCommerce website platforms we build in Lowestoft are optimised by our in-house team of SEO experts.
The result? A website that not only looks impressive but can be easily found by your customers.
By adopting BIGcommerce, our developers can design with freedom, ignite creativity and craft beautiful online store experiences through great eCommerce website design.
To create these online shops, we use design tools that know no bounds. This allows you to operate an online platform without worry, taming operational complexity with an easy-to-use, interface that can be integrated with Google Shopping.
In terms of features and functionality, we guarantee the best engagement value by ensuring your site is fully optimised for SEO, is technically sound, and most importantly of all, complements your brand.
We do this by taking the following factors into consideration:
Google Shopping, previously referred to as Google Products or Google Product Search, is a Google service that enables consumers to search for products on an online shop, comparing the prices of different brands’ products and services.
To use Google Shopping, you must have a Google AdWords account in place. This tool allows eCommerce websites to run their shopping campaigns, whilst a Google Merchant Centre manages your ‘product feed’.
Those adopting this service from Google can effectively use it to gain more reach and target more customers, showcasing the services or products you offer in a flattering light.
In a nutshell, inventory management is the sourcing, storing, and selling of stock. To excel in this area, you must understand how much stock you own, how much you should market it for, where to store it, and how long to keep it.
For any eCommerce business, grasping how to manage inventory is key – irrespective of the size of the company in question. Successfully managing stock levels avoids waste, reduces expenses, and saves time. The result? When you stay on top of supply, you generate more customer focus. Why? Because you’re giving your customers the products and services they want.
Many businesses are unaware of just how important inventory management best practice is. Unfortunately, a variety of eCommerce companies still lack relevant knowledge in this area.
To give an example, some of the biggest firms on the planet have collapsed due to not having access to the correct expertise, systems and techniques.
A good inventory management system should include the following pointers to ensure their eCommerce store stays at the top;
If you would like to receive even more information on eCommerce Website Design services in Lowestoft, make sure you get in touch with us today!
BigCommerce? We’re glad you asked. This unique software is one of the most popular eCommerce platforms on the market to date and with good reason. For one, it is an extremely cost-effective solution, this is true in both initial and long-term expenses.
For a business to be successful, a lot of this triumph comes down to numbers. Cost-effectivity is one of the main reasons several companies and brands use BigCommerce for shopping cart software.
Asides from being very easy to programme, it boasts many other incredible features. It’s reliable, versatile, responsive, works with numerous web platforms, and enables brands to create heightened customer loyalty.
On top of these advantages, BigCommerce makes managing returns, payment gateways and shipping providers a walk in the park.
We’ve listed a few of the top benefits of using BigCommerce as your eCommerce platform below:
For many brands, to run their online business successfully, 24/7 support is a must and one that offers peace of mind.
This is exactly what you can expect with BigCommerce. Any unexpected problems to arise will be covered by our in-house web development team in Lowestoft.
Another great advantage of BigCommerce is that it is mobile responsive. This allows brands to easily optimise their shopping carts with various devices, including mobile, PC and tablets.
As the majority of consumers opt to shop and browse on the move these days, usually via a handheld device, this is a hugely important factor to consider.
We offer several mobile themes, suited to all brands – irrespective of size or sector.
On top of mobile-friendly sites, you may also wish to create an app, which consumers can download on the App Store.
Our developers can assist you with such a development, allowing you to offer a versatile offering, available on more than just one platform.
Today’s consumers love being able to download a shopping app from the App Store, mainly because it gives them access to services at their fingertips from Lowestoft.
BigCommerce allows the brands we work with to sell on multiple websites, including some of the most prevalent shopping platforms like Amazon, eBay, and even Facebook.
To ensure you stay one step ahead of your competition, you mustn’t overlook these platforms, especially if you wish to drive traffic to your website and grow your client base.
In terms of having the option to sell products and your brand’s story on social, this is key to brands wishing to integrate a social aspect into their online platform.
It’s also another extremely popular avenue for online sales and product promotion.
BigCommerce offers the potential to lead more traffic to your website, using tools including shopping feeds and product syndication.
In addition to this, Bigcommerce allows you to connect with eCommerce platforms, whilst benefitting from popular shopping feeds including Google product search and Shopzilla.
Since time is money, a quick set-up is key to getting your online store up and running in a minimal amount of time.
This is another benefit of BigCommerce and one that ensures your ideas are turned into a reality as soon as humanly possible.
With its ability to create coupon codes and loyalty cards, BigCommerce allows for endless customer loyalty possibilities.
How? By allowing you to distribute these cards as and when you wish, giving you the freedom to structure your marketing strategy in a way that benefits your brand.
You can ask consumers to opt into loyalty programmes by requesting their email addresses.
Want to manage returns in a simple yet effective way? Cue BigCommerce.
This platform enables businesses to easily manage returns to their online store by adopting an inventory management interface. When it comes to perfecting your eCommerce website, this is a must-have feature!
Another essential BigCommerce feature for your online store is its ability to support major payment gateway integrations, including Google Checkout and PayPal.
Both are essential when it comes to providing a convenient shopping experience for your customers.
Our eCommerce development services will help you to implement this tool, which will in turn help you to generate sales.
Another advantage? This platform supports all the major shipping providers. This is a feature you can’t ignore when creating an eCommerce website if you wish to offer customers a shopping experience that is both reliable, and convenient and offers the utmost in eCommerce functionality.
Finally, SEO. This tool is something that should be embraced by all eCommerce websites, and a tool that cannot afford to be overlooked.
BigCommerce provides the tools required to greatly improve your SEO, and as such, your reach, sales and eCommerce store as a whole.
If you have any queries related to BigCommerce, please get in touch. Our team of web developers are here to help you put the tools in place required to create an enjoyable and successful shopping journey.
We’re all about creating the best customer experience possible by creating a user-friendly eCommerce solution that will act as your online store. Instead of worrying about how to do this, leave the development of your Commerce site up to us!
Our ultimate aim? To help you develop and build an eCommerce website that is simple to use, whilst fully optimising your money-making potential.
With this in mind, we want to create an e-commerce solution that meets your every business need, which in the long run, will help you to engage with customers, provide the best online experience possible and boost your online sales and eCommerce functionality.
To sell online, you need a high-quality eCommerce website. To create this website, you need an easy to navigate eCommerce builder. This is exactly what we offer in Lowestoft.
Instead of being scared, overwhelmed or confused by this (especially if you’re not a tech-whizz), invest in the services of a professional web development team.
Whether coding, setting up product pages, adding payment methods, designing from scratch or tweaking an existing platform, our helpful team is on hand to assist you when it comes to using our eCommerce builder.
With so many moving parts to consider, it’s important to invest in the services of a team you trust, opting for eCommerce website builders who streamline and simplify the process, from concept through to completion.
Once your eCommerce platform is up and running, you can begin doing what you do best – selling!
To ensure you stay on trend and one step ahead of your competition, investing in API interfaces (Application Programming Interfaces) is a must.
Why? It’s the only way to keep up with the ever-changing digital world.
In a nutshell, API integration is the link between two or more applications.
APIs allow these systems to exchange data, keeping this data in sync, heightening productivity, and ultimately, driving revenue for your eCommerce website.
API can also be determined as a business’s online programming interface, which enables applications to communicate with backend systems.
This tech is a crucial part of selling products on the World Wide Web by granting them access to services by adding codes to various applications. For example, showcasing your company’s location on Google Maps.
It allows businesses to run seamlessly whilst benefitting their customers by providing them with useful data.
A payment gateway should be thought of as the metaphorical cash register in an online transaction. You need this setup to generate virtual sales on your eCommerce website.
This merchant service processes credit card payments for eCommerce sites, including Shopify, using popular payment gateways including Stripe, PayPal or Braintree and Square.
We like to think of ourselves as eCommerce SEO specialists. We know how important SEO is to your online platform, as without it, you’ll generate little traffic to your site.
Our Lowestoft team are extremely confident in our SEO efforts, with our goal being to acquire new customers through Search Engine Optimisation, as well as a few other nifty tools, such as content marketing and Digital PR.
To ensure you achieve eCommerce website SEO growth, we are proud to offer a full range of services including:
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Conversion rate optimisation (CRO) is one of the single most important ingredients for eCommerce success.
As well as an array of top tried and tested CRO methods that many eCommerce development agencies use, there are several very effective, lesser-known CRO techniques, some of which can pay off when used correctly.
Conversion rate optimisation (CRO) is a technique applied to your eCommerce website, which enables it to work smarter. In a nutshell, this process persuades customers to take the action you want them to.
This could be subscribing to an email newsletter or marketing email, clicking on a video, providing feedback or completing online forms.
Most importantly, CRO persuades consumers to make a purchase, and even more importantly, repeat this purchase time and time again. The goal? To generate a loyal following.
High web traffic volume is all good and well, but ensuring a high percentage of users convert is the biggest challenge.
CRO works by fine-tuning user interface (UI) elements to nurture consumer relationships by reducing friction.
The result? An increase in consumer actions. CRO is determined by dividing the number of web visitors to a certain page by the number of conversions on a webpage.
There are various methods you can take into consideration to heighten your website’s CRO, which can be put in place at every stage of the user’s journey, from their first visit to your website to them buying a product or service.
When users become customers, there is, even more, to be done to coax brand loyalty and repeat business.
When we analyse CRO, we’re able to discover missed opportunities, which you can then relay to your in-house marketing teams. A well-devised and well-executed CRO plan can have a huge effect on your overall marketing strategy.
To learn more and discover the CRO secrets used by our in-house eCommerce website development team, get in touch today.
The contemporary world we live in today is a big fan of online content, particularly websites. Almost every company in existence has its very own website, without one, it’s easy to fall behind the competition.
When it comes to types of websites, there are different variants to choose from, including both informational websites and eCommerce options, both of which perform differently.
An information website showcases information about the services and products of a particular business. This style of website can vary dramatically, ranging from tips on how to cook a certain dish to medical information.
Businesses opting for these web platforms use them solely as a platform to provide information, display past work and describe the services they offer. Consumers can’t make actual purchases on an information website, these must be completed offline.
The main purpose of an information site? To teach your target audience more about your business and services.
In most scenarios, consumers prefer to do their own research on companies before committing, this is when an information website comes in handy.
An eCommerce website on the other hand provides consumers with an online platform in which to purchase services or products directly from a business, irrespective of location.
E-commerce website platforms are designed to facilitate this exact function in the shape of commercial transactions.
These transactions necessitate the online transmission of information. E-commerce sites comprise the likes of retail stores, auction sites, business-to-business services, music sites and financial management sites.
Some examples of prevalent eCommerce websites include retail giants Amazon and eBay, as well as iTunes, Zappos and Overstock.
Although the purpose of building a web platform surrounds the promotion of products on the World Wide Web, an eCommerce website takes this one step further.
One of the benefits of having some form of eCommerce website includes saving you a great deal on overheads and expenses, whilst providing your audience with a convenient, hassle-free shopping site.
Whether you use website builders like Wix, work alongside a development company like us, or utilise free eCommerce development services, a well developed and designed e-commerce platform enables your customers to take advantage of your offerings from almost anywhere, at any time.
When it comes to marketing your eCommerce website, never underestimate the power of the written word. As Bill Gates said ‘Content is King.’
Great content has the power to convey a wealth of information, educate your consumers, enthral them, and persuade them to buy your products or services.
CMS, otherwise known as a content management system, is a type of software that helps you develop, edit, and publish content on your web platform.
This technology plays an important part in your eCommerce site, helping you to ensure the website is up-to-date and your marketing strategy is on point.
One of the most popular CMS platforms in existence today is WordPress. An incredible 34% of website platforms are powered by WordPress today. Despite this, it’s not the only CMS platform available.
There are numerous options, spanning from free CMS platforms to enterprise-level custom options. Each model boasts its unique features and advantages.
CMS is a great tool to adopt if you wish to attract customers and share your skillset and your point of view in Lowestoft.
It’s also a cost-effective tool, with content marketing being one of the most reliable sources to draw in organic traffic. The result? A better customer experience.
Having a dedicated content management system, one that can amalgamate with your existing eCommerce software, is key to optimising your content.
You should treat CMS as your contemporary printing press – a tool that assists you in sharing your content with a wider audience.
There are several CMS platforms to choose from. To ensure the best results, the platforms we design promise to be a natural fit for your eCommerce website.
Some of the most popular CMS platforms to choose from for those who want to sell online include;
Launched in 2012, WooCommerce, designed to work seamlessly with WordPress, is an open-source e-commerce plugin. This platform is ideally suited to small to large-sized online businesses.
The plugin is a popular choice for those looking for something simple to install and personalise. It also comes in the form of a free base product.
Shopify is a good choice for those looking to build a visually appealing online platform. It’s easy to use and as such, popular with new, smaller businesses who are only just taking their offerings online.
Shopify features several CMS features and easy-to-use templates.
This Adobe product is another open-source eCommerce platform, available in both cloud-hosted and self-hosted options.
This highly developed programme is a good choice for larger businesses with many developer resources.
Drupal is a highly regarded open-source CMS focusing on developing digital experiences, designed to target various audiences across several channels.
Similar to WordPress, Drupal is not used for eCommerce development and sales alone and can be combined with other plugins and frameworks too.
This free, open-source CMS is a great tool to add to your toolbox if you wish to publish a variety of online content.
Joomla is designed on a model-view-controller framework, which can be used solo or with several extensions that work alongside Joomla to create open-source eCommerce solutions.
Now that you know what we do, it’s time for you to reach out to us today. No project is too small or too big for our eCommerce web design company in Lowestoft.
Whether you are looking for advice, a solution to a development problem, a website cost, inspiration or have an end product in mind, we are here to help you create the best eCommerce website possible, and one that will make sure you stand out from the crowd.
With our eCommerce development website builder, we can help you to implement everything from payment options, to a social media dashboard, Shopify, integrate a third-party platform, an email address or a drag and drop builder.
Alternatively, our development company can help you to fashion an entirely new design model in the shape of a tech-savvy eCommerce website development project.
At eCommerce Website Design, we can assist you with the best designs, costs and prices. Make sure you contact us today for a number of great eCommerce Website Design services in Lowestoft.
Make sure you contact us today for a number of great eCommerce Website Design services in East of England.
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