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Must Have Features Your Web Site

Just don’t focus on the home page, keywords and titles.

The first step to sales when customers visit your site to see the products they were looking for. Of course, search engine optimization and better rankings can’t keep your customer on your site or make them buy. The customer having visited your site, now ensure that he gets interested in your products or services and stays around. Motivate him to buy the product by providing clear and unambiguous information. Thus if you happen to sell more than one product or service, provide all necessary information about this, may be by keeping the  information at a different page. By providing suitable and easily visible links, the customer can navigate to these pages and get the details.

 Understanding Your Target Customer

If you design a website you think will attract clients, but you don’t really know who your customers are and what they want to buy, it is unlikely you make much money. Website business is an extension or replacement for a standard storefront. You can send email to your existing clients and ask them to complete a survey or even while they are browsing on your website. Ask them about their choices. Why do they like your products? Do you discount prices or offer coupons? Are your prices consistently lower than others? Is your shipping price cheaper? Do you respond faster to client questions? Are your product descriptions better? Your return policies and guarantees better than your competitor’s? To know your customer you can check credit card records or ask your customer to complete a simple contact form with name, address, age, gender, etc. when they purchase a product.

 Does your website give enough contact information?

When you sell from a website, your customer can buy your products 24 hrs a day and also your customers may be from other states that are thousands of miles away. Always provide contact information, preferably on every page of your website, complete with mailing address, telephone number and an email address that reaches you. People may need to contact you about sales, general information or technical problems on your site. Also have your email forwarded to another email address if you do not check your website mailbox often. When customer wants to buy online provide enough options like credit card, PayPal or other online payment service.

Samsung Galaxy S7 & S7 Edge not quite waterproof, torture tests reveal

New test results reveal that Samsung’s Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge are the best choice for snorkelers who can’t go without their phones for a single moment. But if your thing is parkour or something else that increases the risk of dropping your phone on a hard surface, the latest iPhone may still be the best choice.

The Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge stand up to water better than the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, but not without sustaining permanent damage, according to the latest torture tests published Monday gadget-warranty outfit SquareTrade.

In the tests, which you can watch for yourself below, all four superphones are submerged in 5 feet (1.5 m) of water for 30 minutes. Both new Galaxy phones still functioned just fine once dried off, but with audio permanently muffled and distorted.

Rumors began circulating last fall that the iPhone 6s was water-resistant, but Apple has never confirmed this or used such claims in any marketing, and that’s surely a good thing based on SquareTrade’s tests. When subjected to the same conditions, the iPhone 6s suffered similar damage to its sound system and moisture trapped under the display glass. The iPhone 6s Plus was worst off, eventually becoming a total brick less than 30 minutes after emerging from its submersion.

Whether the Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge live up to their water-resistant expectations seems to depend on when you’re asking Samsung. Earlier small print, which can still be found online via partners like Verizon, claims it is water-resistant to submersion in up to 5 feet for 30 minutes, which is what SquareTrade clearly read in designing its tests. But if you go to Samsung’s official launch page for both phones, it says they are only resistant to 1 meter (less than four feet) of water for 30 minutes.

Technically if it’s only resistant to immersion up to 1 meter, however, it should be rated IP 67 and Samsung is definitely still claiming that the phones are “water-resistant; IP 68 certified up to 30 min. in 1m of water.”