Bradd and Hall has been one of the top suppliers of RV furniture, products and renovations for over 34 years, so it was only fitting that they have a custom website of equal quality. Recently, the designers at NetSource Technologies helped Bradd and Hall launch www.bradandhall.com, a custom e-commerce website that is mobile-friendly and designed with their customers in mind. […]
The NetSource Technologies expert design team strikes again! Recently, our team launched Brick City Furniture’s new E-Commerce website. Brick City Furniture manufactures top quality furniture for residential and commercial spaces, including their popular coastal furniture.
Brick City Furniture offers a wide selection of furniture including sofas, sectionals, chairs and ottomans in any type of fabric. Their new easy to use website allows them to display all of their furniture to customers in a convenient, yet compelling atmosphere.
The design team at NetSource Technologies is excited to launch a new website www.turbobid.net for TurboBid Construction Estimating Software. This custom-built website redesign project helped create a mobile-friendly E-Commerce website that will give TurboBid a bold online presence in their industry.
Using ProductCart 5.0 technology, this custom website is full of unique features that will allow TurboBid to provide their customers with a better user experience. The website presents information about the company, pricing, features, and much more, all in a visually-appealing and mobile responsive design.
The NetSource design team is excited to announce the launch of www.honeybeecollection.com, a new E-Commerce website for the Honeybee Collection, an online boutique for affordable fine jewelry.
Honeybee Collection carries classic women’s jewelry with a modern twist. Their newly upgraded website gives users the ability to search for all their favorite pieces including bracelets, diamond bands, earrings, necklaces and more.
Our design team here at NetSource Technologies is excited to announce the launch of www.ocalagranprix.com a new custom-built website for Ocala Gran Prix.
Ocala Gran Prix is a nationally renowned Karting facility that has a full service kart and engine shop. Their new custom website uses our SiteSource 3 content management system (CMS), allowing the Ocala Gran Prix staff to easily manage all their pages and content. The website also has an online Kart Store powered by ProductCart Live, our hosted e-commerce solution, that will allow users to shop for all their favorite Ocala Gran Prix gear. […]
Here at NetSource Technologies we’ve designed and developed E-commerce websites using ProductCart — premium E-commerce software developed by Early Impact — for more than eight years. Beginning April 15, NetSource Commerce, a new sister company of NetSource Technologies, is taking over development, sales, and support of the ProductCart E-commerce suite after acquiring the software and related intellectual property from Early Impact. […]
After putting in place a well-developed marketing plan and generating traffic to your landing page or website, the next step is to turn your online prospects into customers. Improving your online conversion rate is a two-part process.
Improve targeted traffic
Before you make changes to the conversion tools on your website or landing page, it’s important to improve the quality and/or relevance of your in-bound traffic. Attracting the right people to your website is critical to increasing conversions at a lower cost. Begin by evaluating your lead sources and determine the alignment of your prospects with your product. […]
When you launch a new E-commerce web site above all else there is one thing you need to be ready to face: Customers.
That might sound like a “Duh-uh” comment, but not every E-commerce operator is as prepared as they should be when their new store goes online and the first order (or ten or fifty orders) appears in their control panel. Turning those early orders into happy customers sometimes proves an unexpected challenge for even experienced retail business people. […]
One of the big advantages to a stand-alone E-commerce solution is that a skilled developer can completely customize both the design and the programming to suit your specific business requirements. No two businesses are run exactly the same way. This means that they frequently have demands that simply can’t be satisfied within the limits of a one-size-fits-all solution. An E-commerce project has the highest chance for success when it can be adapted to your existing business practices, instead of requiring that your business practices adapt to your web site.
With a stand-alone E-commerce web site you’re generally letting yourself in for more work. A LOT more work. That’s why stand-alone sites truly aren’t a suitable solution for every small business. If you plan a very small online inventory and can be satisfied with minimal-to-basic marketing tools, then a hosted solution may be the best route to take. […]
When a small business owner makes the decision to enter into the world of E-commerce, the first decision that confronts them is usually whether they need to build a stand-alone E-commerce web site or sign-on with a hosted application provider like Magento or BigCommerce.
Each approach has its advantages and disadvantages. What the small business owner has to decide is which method of online selling will provide the most value and return on investment. Today I’ll take a closer look at the plus and minus columns for online storefronts based on hosted applications. […]
Translating your E-commerce idea from concept into reality requires an investment of time, money and resource. For the small-business entrepreneur, a first-time E-commerce project can generate a few unpleasant budget surprises.
Some of your project’s budget elements may be self-evident, but a few are less obvious. An experienced and reputable E-commerce developer should work through a complete ‘first year’ budget with you before your project begins. In addition to the one-time development costs associated with getting your site built, tested and functioning properly there are continuing costs that should figure into your long-term calculations of profitability. […]