The Most Common Pitfalls at the Beginning of an E-commerce Project
Seven potential issues to consider before building your e-commerce store
As the saying goes: Failing to prepare is preparing to fail. This also applies to when you are creating your first e-commerce store. Avoid common pitfalls with Spryker's top seven tips.
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With increasing numbers of retailers and suppliers making the move to digital commerce, it’s more important than ever to ensure that your company’s e-commerce offering is as robust as possible. There is no point investing online if this will not offer value to your customers and increase your bottom line.
As ubiquitous as online shopping has become, creating an efficient e-commerce site comes with several potential pitfalls which can negatively affect the value of your online store and, ultimately, your brand.
IN THIS GUIDE YOU WILL LEARN:
The importance of tackling these common pitfalls
The seven most common issues companies face
How to stay on track in your project development
How Spyker can help with your e-commerce site
Who should read this guide:
Businesses building a digital presence
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Become aware of common pitfalls
Technology is incredible for offering many options and few limits. With so much choice, it’s sometimes difficult to know which options to take, or even if your final option is really the best one for you. Knowing some of the most common pitfalls in creating an e-commerce platform can actively help you avoid issues in your own project.
“Overall the web is pretty sloppy, but an online store can’t afford to be”Paul Graham, Co-Founder of Y Combinator
Some of the following pitfalls may be common, but they’re not always commonly discussed. Furthermore, some pitfalls are not always noticeable until they show themselves through visible negative effects. View this guide as a way of prepping yourself to not run into the same difficulties other companies have already experienced.