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Amazon – Driving Growth for Online Merchants

According to Amazon’s recent report, British online merchants have set a new record in exported goods in 2016 - over £1.8 billion.

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What Did British Shoppers Buy in December - and When?

December 2016 was a successful month for Volo’s customers with trading growing by 13% compared with the previous month.

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Website Best Practice, Part 3: Order Confirmation

It's not the most intriguing bit of a webstore, but you could be missing a vital opportunity if you believe the order confirmation page is the end of the line on an ecommerce site.

Sure, you’ve got the customer to purchase goods - which is after all the purpose of your site - but could they have bought additional items? What could help them to become a returning customer too?

Here are some helpful tips to get the most out of the confirmation.

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BigCommerce Vs. Magento – What’s right for your business?

This week we're featuring a guest blog from Mothercloud's Catherine Durham. Mothercloud are our go-to integration solution for ecommerce retailers. Their any-point integration provides Volo users with a near real-time integration for Magento, BigCommerce and and many more.

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E-Commerce Round-up: January 11th 2017

Welcome to our brief round-up of the key news and updates for e-commerce retailers. If you're looking to keep your finger on the pulse without spending hours trawling across sites or flooding your inbox with newsletters, you're in the right spot. So without further ado, here are our picks for the stories you need to know about.

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Website Best Practice, Part 2: User Experience Design

By Mark Withers

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Website Best Practice, Part 1: Responsive Web Design

You may have heard the buzz about responsive web design following the Google update in 2015 which punished websites that weren’t mobile friendly. Suddenly those with separate mobile sites were left rushing about to make alterations or change to a responsive design. But just what is a responsive design – and why should we all be adapting this change?

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