Category Archives: Mobile-Responsive

TheCherryClub.com Responsive Redesign Launched!

The Cherry Club website redesign

We’ve recently launched the redesigned website for The Cherry’s Gentleman Club, complete with a clean, modern look and a simplified, refreshed logo to boot. While the previous design featured a dark theme and was cluttered with information and images, making it look dated, the newly redesigned site, which is fully-responsive, boats bright colors and large […]

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Mobile Design Tips for a Better E-Commerce Shopping Experience

mobile design tips

With few exceptions, most e-commerce businesses typically see significantly higher conversion rates for desktop users when compared to mobile users. In fact, recent data estimates that desktop conversion rates are typically in the neighborhood of three times higher than mobile conversion rates. Why is this the case? Why do shoppers feel so much more comfortable […]

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E-Commerce Trends for 2018

E-Commerce Trends for 2018

According to Forbes “current retail trends show that 51% of Americans prefer online shopping, with ecommerce growing 23% year-over-year.” And as technology gets further entrenched in every aspect of consumers’ lives, including the way they make purchasing decisions and shop, online businesses need to identify rapidly evolving e-commerce trends and adapt their strategies to remain […]

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5 things to avoid doing as an e-commerce business

Despite the many benefits being an e-commerce business offers, (fewer overheads, selling products overseas and no closing period to name just a few), a huge number of e-commerce businesses are still struggling to be profitable, with some failing to survive. If you are the owner of an e-commerce store, or if you are planning on […]

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What does Google’s Mobile-first Index mean for E-commerce Businesses?

If you’re not using your smartphone to shop online, or at least browse, then you’re part of the minority. According to data from Google, four out of five smartphone owners used their phone to shop in 2015. Google has something called an experimental index – which is all the information pulled together from highly popular […]

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