eCommerce websites

The design and functionality of your eCommerce website design could make or break conversions and affect your bottom line. An eCommerce site has several layers of functionality that aren’t on standard websites, including a web server to host a storefront, payment processing, an inventory database and a complicated dispatch system used to send products.

Landmark Business Services has designed top quality eCommerce sites for more than a decade. We partner with clients to develop a high-functioning eCommerce website that drives sales quickly, easily and efficiently. Learn how our digital marketing experts can help you increase ROI with a fresh, innovative eCommerce web design.

What does ecommerce website design entail?

Put simply, it’s the process of creating an online store for your business to sell digitally to target shoppers. To design an ecommerce website, you need to plan, conceptualize and arrange your content and products for effective display on the Internet.

The ecommerce push has already begun, as more companies and more shoppers are turning to ecommerce stores to make their purchases. In 2020, Walmart’s online sales increased by 97%. Amazon’s Q2 sales and profit growth was 40%. It’s not just the big guys either, benefiting from consumers’ spiked appetite for online shopping. Smaller retailers are seeing double and even triple-digit growth in ecommerce revenues compared to the year before.

What else do these three companies have in common? Their fresh, modern ecommerce website designs were crafted and optimized for customer conversion.

You can join the growing array of retailers that consistently beat — and exceed — their yearly ecommerce targets. Give us a call at 617-941-6100 for a free evaluation.

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