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Short, protected URLs are an invaluable tool in today’s e-commerce world. Use protected URLs liberally to simplify your e-commerce life.
You can not simply use the current currency exchange rate as a basis for pricing your products in other markets! If you live in a country with a strong currency, like the EU countries or Great Britain, you are at a competitive disadvantage in other markets. If you are in a country with a weak currency, like the U.S., you can certainly use the exchange rate, but there is also an opportunity to increase your prices to still be competitive with the local market and make a little more money, but watch out for losing sales as an outsider.
Localization goes beyond translating text. When selling internationally, research the aesthetics and usability considerations of the targeted culture and design accordingly.
Take control of your BBB rating to help drive down unjust negative comments that appear in search engine results.
Decrease e-commerce friction and cart abandonment by setting prices in clean, round numbers in every local currency, and don't forget to price your products appropriately for the market.
Spell out some part of the month field whenever including a date online because you never know where your customer is coming from.
If you are using a different ecommerce system than your main credential engine, ensure that your ecommerce system supports single sign-on to facilitate tying the transaction information to the master customer account.
Want to increase customer conversion? Once the customer is in the final stages of the shopping cart, place a duplicate "Place Your Order" button near the top of the confirmation page.