Designing the Right Ecommerce Websites

February 6th, 2012

What makes the right ecommerce websites depends on the end user requirements of the client. Magento can serve both really simple ecommerce websites and sites that require more flexibility. Magento integrates beautifully with PayPal, Google Checkout and SagePay. All are easy to integrate and get the job done securely.

More complex ecommerce websites based for example on Magento give the client a greater flexibility in terms of how his or her site is run. This platform allows sophisticated open source content management, allowing you to build ecommerce websites that reflect more accurately the brand persona and environment of a customer. Magento, which allows for a modular approach, is an outstanding platform for building ecommerce websites that start nice and simple, but which can be grown into a much more complicated entity as the need of the business change. A really complex site can be handled with ease using Magento Enterprise.

Accurate optimisation and online campaigning go hand in hand with good ecommerce of course. It is not enough that your ecommerce websites are capable of selling your product well. Your potential audience must also be able to find them. More advice on the full solution:



Originally from Sweden, Max came to London to join LogicSpot. He has been a digital marketer for the past eight years, working for B2B, B2C, in-house and digital agencies. Oh yeah, he's also a qualified Google Analytics professional.