At the end of 2019 alone, studies show that there are approximately 5.11 billion mobile users worldwide — a sharp 100 million increase from the previous year. This equates to more than half of the world’s web traffic coming from mobile devices. For eCommerce in particular, the number of users has reached a whopping 4.2 million.
This goes without saying that there’s a huge potential in having a mobile app for your eCommerce business. While having a responsive website for your mobile visitors is important, it’s not an entirely complete solution.
You can make your marketing strategy better with a mobile app for your eCommerce website. Here are 5 good reasons your eCommerce site needs a mobile…
Changes abound as the new year unfolds, and with the unceasing advancement of technology, there is much to be excited about when it comes to mobile app development.
For the past years, we’ve seen an increasing focus on user experience and the shift to more streamlined processes. This 2020, we can expect more of these trends to stand out. Here are five mobile app development trends you should be prepared for this year:
Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) have been in the scene for the last few years, and this year, we’re expecting significant breakthroughs in these technologies, enabling smart devices to become smarter. …
High-quality photographs that are tailored especially for your brand is a key aspect of marketing. Brand photography makes a huge difference in how your audience perceives you, as it shows business professionalism. Additionally, it has been found that original branded photos convert better than generic stock photos.
If you are considering having branded photos for your business, here are a few basic brand photography tips you should know about, whether you’re taking the photos yourself or working with a professional photographer:
Before getting started, it’s essential to establish a vision for your brand photos. It’s not just about your branding; it’s also about what you aim to achieve with your photos — is it for your employee profile, product catalog/web page, social media, or for printed marketing collaterals? …