The Ultimate eCommerce - Part I

So... you are ready to dive into the world of e-Business. After building a solid business plan, it's time to start creating your eCommerce website. What should be included in the site? How many pages are needed? What should be on each page, and how to make it user friendly?

Worry not! Let's start out by looking at these "must-have" pages:

  1. Home or landing page

  2. Category overview

  3. Category page

  4. Individual product page

  5. Service page - if it is part of the offer to your customers

  6. Shopping Cart or Bag

  7. Search and Filter

  8. Login or Guest checkout sign-in

  9. Customer account aka My account

  10. Payment methods and details

  11. Shipping and billing addresses

  12. Checkout order review including taxes, shipping cost, subtotals and totals

  13. Confirmation and Thank you

  14. Order history summary

  15. Order details

  16. Customer profile and settings

  17. Payment settings

  18. Email subscription for future communication

  19. Help or Customer support services

  20. Policies such as returns and exchanges, security and privacy, etc.

  21. Blog or user generated content such as reviews

  22. News or Press releases

  23. Terms and Conditions

  24. About us

  25. Store locator or where to buy - if you have affiliated sellers or retail partners

"By 2022, brick and mortar retail spaces will be little more than showrooms." -- Eddie Machaalani

Related post: Key Features of an eCommerce Product Page

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