Some people have really got it all;
…A sweet phone lets say it’s a swanky new Android Galaxy, a Tablet – we can pretend its a Kindle or an iPad Mini here, and lets assume they’ve got an Apple Mac as well for good measure- browse, browse, browse, spend, spend, spend, spend – this folks is the all-round average consumer. AKA the epitome of a developers worst nightmare. Continue reading
A few months ago I posted a write up on 404 errors, and how if they’re done well, user engagement and retention are not doomed for failure, check it out here. Well, I’m taking a slightly different tact in this post.
If you have an ecommerce website and you want to be within the first few results on a google search, chances are you’ll be looking for an SEO company to do the leg work for you. Take it from us, search engine optimisation for any type of website can be challenging and time consuming, but it is definitely something you can do yourself, for free.
Take a look at just a handful of our useful tips to see how you can optimize your eCommerce website without parting with a stack of cash every month… Continue reading
You’ve put in the time, the money, the hours of blood, sweat and tears into producing a pretty darned amazing e-commerce store; your analytics are showing good traffic stats and your turn over is healthy, but what do you do if your ratio of returning visitors to unique visitors is low? Continue reading
MAJOR MAGENTO NEWS ALERT!
Hold onto your hats folks!!!… Continue reading
Welcome to Team Big Eye Deers, Gethin!
As we do with all of our new recruits, we attempt to get to know them straight away- so we shine a bright light in their scared little faces and ask them a series of weird and wonderful questions for our own personal enjoyment. Gethin has joined us during a busy old period, and has fitted in extremely well! It’s like he has always been here. One of us. One of us. One of us Continue reading
For four years, Zak has been an invaluable member of the Big Eye Deers team. With a first class honours in computer science, and having more recently achieved his Magento developer certification which involved 6 long months of daily sessions after work including long weekends spent studying. Zak has worked hard to continually improve his knowledge and understanding in a way that not only benefits his personal growth, but also gives our clients a level of expertise that is not commonly found in boutique agencies. Continue reading
At Big Eye Deers we work with many clients; each has their own view on SEO and what works best for them and their business, it’s a horses for courses type scenario. What I want to focus on in this post, is WordPress and organic optimisation for the popular blogging platform. Continue reading
Often, when we meet new people in real life, we smile, greet them, give them a firm hand shake (well, there’s nothing worse than a limp hand shake is there?!) and look them right in the eyes.
It’s easy to gain someone’s trust if your encounters with them are positive, personable and on a level that resonates well with who you are and what your expectations are.
In an ever more digital world though, with more and more business being carried out on-line, it’s becoming increasingly difficult for e-commerce start-ups to earn and gain the trust of potential customers using their website alone.
Often businesses are more concerned with a quick fix, “Get us online!” – Well, I’m sorry but a presence isn’t enough. The manner in which you deal with potential customers and the setting you create for them, can be the decider between a short lived idea and potentially a huge ROI. Cha Ching!
Most clients love to feel involved in their projects design process; ok, occasionally you’ll get the odd Joe Bloggs who doesn’t give a tiny rats ass what the site looks like as long as it works; but most of the time you can bet your bottom dollar they’ll want to feel involved and have their say.
Here’s how you can gain structured feedback on designs without relinquishing your creative juices and gain a lifelong happy client in the process. Continue reading