One of the ways to look at why businesses succeed or fail is to think about the things that hold us back, but there is another way to look at it.
There are 2 ways to look at technology. You can think about hardware, and you can think about the software. Folks usually start at hardware - with things we can touch and feel: gadgets, cellphones, laptops, gear. We just love stuff. When we think about the web, however, and how the internet is powered, we start looking at bigger stuff - like servers, racks, switches, cables. I can feel my blood pressure starting to cook already.
I like to explain things with stories. Let me tell you a story that explains what Cloud Software is. A young man is walking home from school and sees a fruit stand in the distance. He finds that he's hungry and decides to buy an apple. As he's eating his apple, he passes another man who says to him, "Son, you need to stop buying apples, and plant this little tree..."
Ecommerce platforms are meant to make it easier for businesses to sell products and services to their customers. It’s obvious that a seamless and streamlined transaction process makes for happier customers and stronger sales. But if these key goals aren’t being accomplished by your Ecommerce platform, it may not be the right fit for your company.
Agility is now a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner for demonstrating best-in-class capability with the Agility Customer Experience Cloud CMS.
Part 4 of 4: A 4-part series on creating happy customers with SEO, UX and a CMS. What happens when 2 sites have very similar content and very similar keywords? How does Google choose who to rank higher?
The answer comes down to technical SEO.
Part 3 of 4: A 4-part series on creating happy customers with SEO, UX and a CMS. A closer look at SEO research and the practical steps you can take to embed SEO into your page to show Google you deserve to rank highly for your selected keywords, while diving deeper into selecting the right CMS for your needs.
Part 1 of 4: A 4-part series on creating happy customers with SEO, UX and a CMS. The terms you need to know in order to understand how to combine SEO with UX and a CMS effectively.
Part 2 of 4: A 4-part series on creating happy customers with SEO, UX and a CMS. What types of CMSs are available and how UX & CRO drive customer delight.
Unlike monolithic, or Coupled CMS, a truly headless CMS is built “pure” with API integration in mind.