This is where I’ll list the great e-commerce resources that I find. Have some for me? Leave me a comment or send me an email!
THE SEVEN OFFLINE TIPS Here’s a link I found today while trying to find ways to promote this blog. Many of the tips listed do not just apply to blogs, but to all websites, and I’ve used some of them before in proposals to brick and click companies. So here they are, the seven offline tips for increasing your blog traffic.
Five Steps for Building a Better Website I consider these more of things to keep in mind instead of actually steps to build a website, but it’s good advice all the same. If you’re a tech person, you may also check out the rest of this blog as well. Building A Better Website link
Search Engine Optimization – Common Mistakes Here’s a great post about mistakes many bloggers and businesses make when it comes to making their site compatible with the almighty Search Engines. With everyone clammering for attention, better check to make sure you don’t make these mistakes. Silly SEO Mistakes, Stumbles & Blunders Of Ecommerce Webmasters
Website Design Originally published in 2000 (but updated since), this 46-page Adobe file is broken into 15 sections, including Navigation, Look, Image, and Content. I have read a ton of this type of material, and this is one of the best free resources out there. The basics of web design and usability haven’t changed a wit. 101 Ways to Improve Your Business Website
Website Credibility In this study, they examined users’ assessment of web credibility in multiple categories, including finance, health, news, and non-profit. ”How Do People Evaluate a Website’s Credibility?“ For the sake of brevity, Stanford has compiled 10 guidelines for building the credibility of a website. These guidelines are based on three years of research that included over 4,500 people.