Website MOT for online retailer in County Durham
Our website MOT for a County Durham-based online retailer quickly identified some ways in which the already successful transactional website could be improved further.
Key areas of action included improving the quality of product descriptions and images; adding a live chat function to minimise basket abandonment; and making sure that the business’s social media activity was highlighted throughout the site.
Website MOT for health food retailer
A health foods retailer from Scotland was keen to grow online sales via its ecommerce store, and approached us for help.
We visited and critiqued the existing website, looking at it from a customer’s point of view, and sought to identify easy wins that could be implemented quickly and cheaply.
We proposed making the calls to action (i.e. the invitations to buy) more prominent, including moving products ‘above the fold’ so that they would be visible without scrolling, and expanding the product descriptions to better sell the items in question.
By helping the client put themselves in the shoes of their website visitors, we were also able to suggest ways of making the site structure, menus and navigation more logical and intuitive. For example, though the site featured many gluten-free products – a key category that people are likely to search for via Google – there was no page that displayed all the gluten-free products in one place, and no signposting of the gluten-free range in the site’s menus.
By implementing these easy yet important changes to the site first, we aimed to help the client grow their sales as quickly as possible, and provide a sound platform for more substantial (and potentially expensive) improvements down the line.