These days, websites tend to get visitors from all over the world. How can you make sure that, even if someone visits your site from the other side of the globe, it still loads efficiently? The answer: content delivery systems, short CDNs.
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With most venue stores closed or delivery-only and those open allowing only distanced shopping, the population has had to take their shopping online. Brands both focused on e-commerce and those recently moved to the online selling have a huge demand to meet.
The internet is more alive with activity than is has ever been. There has been a vast increase in online commerce, remote services, long distance orders, and even online activity for local businesses is at a historic high. While the economy is in a state of flux, web design is flexing to keep up with the constantly increasing demand for new sites and services online. As every industry takes it to the digital realm, your website is suddenly facing an onslaught of online competition.
Every year, more customers shop e-commerce for their products, gifts, homewares and clothing. More and more customers discover great deals online, the convenience of drop-shipping, and the ability to get shopping done without a big trip to overpacked stores. Due to COVID, overpacked stores aren't an ideal option for many. Last-minute runs to the shopping mall or outlet market aren't happening this year because of social distancing and closed stores.
So you've built the most beautiful website in your industry. With the partnership of a WordPress web design agency, you've set up an online presence to be proud of, aiming to highlight your services and engage your users. Now comes the tricky part: will it actually help to grow your revenue and business?