I worked on projects dedicated to the world of the web in Italy and abroad. gaining specific experience for the strategic creation of content for digital and social media. with a clear preference for the environment LinkedIn. mix between words and images. but above all in the organized and strategic management of social media. a business tool that is now fundamental for companies. individuals and entities that want to establish a winning relationship with their public. Selling online successfully.
Commerce site is not enough DAVIDE ROSSI
– 1 MARCH 2023 sell online In recent years. the belief has emerged that it is sufficient to have a simple eCommerce site . completed based on europe email list some hints of S EO . to be successful in online sales. A vision resulting from the strong push for digitalisation and the desire to “improvise” in a previously unexplored market such as the digital one. Unfortunately. this is not the case. let’s try to understand why. You might be interested in: “eCommerce and green marketing: the importance of environmental impact” eCommerce to sell online sell online eCommerce was introduced about 40 years ago in an early embryonic form.
Since then this tool has helped numerous companies
to grow also thanks to the help of increasingly high-performance technologies. Who hasn’t purchased from some of the major players in the sector? Amazon was one of the first eCommerce sites in the United States to start selling products online and hasn’t stopped since. Online sales. however. are increasingly at the center of attention even for medium/small companies. We are talking about companies that until a few years ago carried out sales in a traditional way and subsequently found themselves having to deal with a change in methodology in the commercial proposal of their products and services. EF Leads This dizzying rise was dictated not only by a greater availability of web service providers. user friendly browsers and ad hoc solutions proposed by search engines. but also by a change in use and user behaviour. The data points to some constantly growing trends until 2025.