In this week’s eCommerce RoundUp
We know that integrated eCommerce is the best kind of eCommerce which is why we’re thrilled with this week’s first article outlining key benefits of integrating your eCommerce platform with your ERP. To drive traffic to your online store you need to rank high on Google; learn what SEO trends to implement in 2017 to stay ahead of the competition. If you’re not selling online, you might not meet the demands of your consumers who want to shop online; eCommerce is projected to triple it’s growth this year. So grab your favorite warm beverage, sit back, and enjoy this week’s eCommerce RoundUp.
Your business has an ERP and you want to open an online store. Implementing a reliable integrated eCommerce solution is the way to go. With an integrated platform, there is no data redundancy and inventory is streamlined, virtually eliminating human error and optimizing the supply chain. This implementation can pay enormous dividends and enhance revenue growth recognition. The benefits of integrated eCommerce go far beyond the three outlined in this article, which offers just a taste of what a solution that synergizes with your ERP can do for you.
Managing your SEO strategy is a full-time gig. You need to keep abreast of ever-changing trends regularly. With Google’s RankBrain AI algorithm, publishing great content with solid keyword strategies across all media while maintaining an easy-to-navigate website is now a necessity. Mobile pages need to load quickly; 60 percent of searches on Google happen on mobile. Other things to consider? The evolution of Rich Snippets, voice search algorithms, secure sites, shorter but denser articles, and personal branding.
The NRF predicts that online sales in 2017 will triple in growth year-over-year in comparison to retail. According to the forecast, nonstore will grow 8-12%, whereas the retail industry is expected to increase 3.7 to 4.2% as a whole. eCommerce alone is set to grow 16%. Retail is evolving faster than ever, and businesses must adapt just as quickly to keep up with the needs of consumers in a tremendously competitive industry.
We hope you enjoyed these articles. Check back regularly for the next eCommerce RoundUp.