5 Things You Need to Consider Before Launching Your Ecommerce Website

Thinking about launching an ecommerce website? Here are five things that you need to consider before launching your ecommerce website:  1. Have The Right Products Finding the right product for an ecommerce business is easier said than done. Assuming that you have narrowed down the audience segment, you want to sell to, the next question of what to sell arises. There are several things that you need to check for when deciding upon a product. You need to

How to Polish Mobile App Store Product Pages in Pre-launch

Pre-launch phase is one of the most critical periods in the lifecycle of an app. Publishers have to deal with myriads of tasks which put their time management and priority setting skills to the test. However, an overwhelming majority of app marketers fail to realize that skillful A/B testing can smooth things down for them and assist in various pre-launch tasks. There are many ways publishers can put A/B testing into use before app’s debut

How Startups Are Nailing Their Launch on Product Hunt

The launch process for a startup in any industry is universal: come up with a great idea, make a demo version of it to show off, attract some investors and then profit once you hit the market with a finished product. Of course, as industries have evolved, so have the tools. It’s every generation’s aim to uncover a new way to get startups into the public eye. Previous eras relied on door- to-door salesmen, mailings

Internet Explorer Rethinks its Usability

IE7 has some great strengths, but I’ve also written why I believe it’s losing market share and frustrating for the average user to use… specifically the menu system that spans the far left and far right of the application. I wrote about IE7 and it’s terrible usability a little over a month ago. It appears the IE team has rethought their strategy with the upcoming maintenance release of IE7. The menu bar will now be