Silicon Dales provide expert support, advice and development for business websites, email and online marketing.
The "traditional" project we undertake for clients is a full website build, and with BigCommerce there's an added layer of complexity. Below are some of the steps you can expect to be taken through on the journey to getting a new online store live (subject to budget and deadline restrictions).Discovery and Planning: We'll help you to plan your BigCommerce store build, ideally starting from the initial idea phase as we can provide valuable insight into the whole process to match solutions to your business goals and needs. Agency Designs: Alternatively, some clients have already selected an agency or designer (or have one in house) who supplies us with an outline plan, and (for example) PSD (Photoshop (or similar)) designs for how pages will look. Development: Your new BigCommerce store is built and tested against agreed functionality. Your team are then given access via login to test and revise with us. Deployment: We help you deploy your new site too, including assistance with the migration of content from your old CMS, connecting payment gateways, changing CDN's; basically everything that might, can, and will crop up in getting your project from concept to live.
Improve ROI, customer trust, and engagement over the longer term. Welcome Email Sequence, Broadcast Emails, Abandoned Cart Sequences and much more with segmentations for all manner of customer data points. We can provide full setup, including opt-in email funnels and systems for your website, and full setup of the back-end email campaign and funnel. We use a number of tools which include but not limited to: – Active Campaign – Zapier – Clickfunnels
Silicon Dales content production specialists can help you to put the words, images, videos and in-page content together to make compelling sales and marketing pages, get ranked, and convert visitors into buyers.
Access your BigCommerce store over a VPN for maximum security. A VPN makes secure browsing and emailing a breeze. With many employers now enabling their workforce to work from home, on the move or even from cafés and conference centres, it is more important than ever that all communications, browsing and data transfers are kept secure and private.
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