Gift your Business an SEO ready Responsive eCommerce Website


With the times changing rapidly during this pandemic Online shopping is what general public is turning to, and it makes total sense. Less or No human contact for better prevention from getting infected from the deadly COVID19. If you have a small business that’s suffering during these COVID19 times then I think it is only logical that you gift yourself an online business website.

To start off here is a small list of small businesses that I think can benefit from having their online presence – Their ecommerce enabled website to sell their products and services online and hence eventually increasing their potential to earn more!

This list is not exhaustive, but you’ll get the general idea.

  • Local Bakery – People can place order on the site and you can deliver. Order tracking and management can be done on the website.
  • Barber Shop – People can book appointment and you can send trained personnel to their homes at the allotted time.
  • Car Wash – People can book a timeslot for getting their car washed and and either can visit or can get their car washed at their homes.
  • Path Labs – Book appointment based on the available times and get their blood samples in the comfort of their homes.
  • Doctors – Book appointments on the site for available times.
  • Vegetable Shops – Take orders on the site and get it delivered.
  • Grocery Shops – Buy and get delivered daily grocery needs
  • Medicine Shops
  • Clothing Boutique
  • Art Gallery
  • Tailors
  • Local Kirana Shop
  • Start-ups
  • Dry Cleaners
  • Fruit Seller
  • Dry Cleaning Shop
  • Garment Shops
  • Hardware Shops
  • Photographers
  • Artists
  • Private Tutors

Your SEO ready Responsive eCommerce Site will have following:

  1. eShop – 4-5 products. [Clients will be trained how to add or remove new products to their eShop. Ability to add unlimited products]
  2. User Login – customers may choose to create user login your site
  3. Guest Checkout – Customers who don’t want to create login and checkout as is.
  4. Ability to launch unlimited offers, coupons, discounts on some or all the products for a specific time. Like – Diwali Offers.
  5. Ability to add shipping charges.
  6. Payment gateway (Cash on Delivery). For any other modes of payment, extra charges will apply.
  7. Inventory Management at finger tips
  8. Detailed Reports on a daily/monthly/yearly basis
  9. Contact Us Form with basic fields

If a domain name needs to be purchased, that cost will be extra(as per actuals).

In case Hosting purchase requirement, costs will extra (as per actuals).

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How can an Online Shop help Small Business?


To start off here is a small list of small businesses that I think can benefit from having their online presence – Their ecommerce enabled website to sell their products and services online and hence eventually increasing their potential to earn more!

This list is not exhaustive, but you’ll get the general idea.

  • Local Bakery
  • Barber Shop
  • Car Wash
  • Path Labs
  • Doctors
  • Vegetable Shops
  • Grocery Shops
  • Medicine Shops
  • Clothing Boutique
  • Art Gallery
  • Tailors
  • Local Kirana Shop
  • Start-ups
  • Dry Cleaners
  • Fruit Seller
  • Dry Cleaning Shop
  • Garment Shops
  • Hardware Shops
  • Photographers
  • Artists
  • Private Tutors

The possibilities are endless for all the small & local business owners, if they choose to get their Websites built. The sooner the better, and with this social distancinglockdowns, & unlocks in India due to COVID19, people would hesitate to meet people and visit someplace,

Eventually increasing the need for ordering the services or products online. Just search for a service online, and order it. Hence, enforcing the minimal people contact, Social Distancing, & Personal Safety.

When a business has their own web presence, i.e., a Website, it enhances the Business persona and the reach of customers. Moreover, customers feel a little more assured, since they can see reviews from other customers. It’s a HUGE advantage. When people review your products/services you are getting free publicity. Businesses spends thousands of Rupees for advertising their business. Your customers are doing it for you and that too for Free!


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Why do realtors need an Online Booking Module in 2020


We are past half-way in 2020 and I still do not see any respite in the COVID19 situation. Businesses have been hit hard. People are not getting out of their homes and rightly so, It’s Safe to stay home. That protects you, Your family and most importantly lesser chance of community transmission.

I was speaking to a friend of mine last nite who deals in real estate, he brought this up that “What if Realtors develop their own Online Booking Module?” And just like that, it hit me like a Bus.

Real Estate business is among one of the worst hit businesses due to COVID19. How about if I can develop an Online Booking Module for Realtors, it would help them considerably.

Before we get in to the How? Let’s first understand Why?

Why do we need an Online Booking Module in the first place?

Clients are not visiting the property sites, for obvious reasons, by doing so we’ll be taking the business where the clients are, to their Homes. Clients can take a look at the Images, Videos of the property on the website and in case they are satisfied, they can pay the Booking amount right then and block the property.

Property Owners will have to be a little creative and Lenient here in order to get maximum Bookings, viz., The Booking Amount should be Fully refundable. This way clients will not feel trapped or threatened that they might lose their money in case they choose otherwise at a later stage.

An Online Booking Module will save loads of paperwork, you just select your favorite property, provide your PAN Number, maybe upload a copy of Aadhar Card and pay online. Boom! That’s it.

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What is eCommerce? How does that help me?


eCommerce is the activity of buying or selling products over the Internet. eCommerce draws on technologies such as mobile commerce, electronic funds transfer, supply chain management, Internet marketing, online transaction processing, electronic data interchange (EDI), inventory management systems, and automated data collection systems.

Simply put, eCommerce is to commerce what email is to postal mail. It is an electronic enhancement and a modernized solution to an old-fashioned process. If commerce is a transaction of physically buying or selling goods, eCommerce is its electronic counterpart – selling and buying online.

Advantages of eCommerce
* Much faster transactions available 24/7.
* Products and services are easy to find.
* Easier time managing a business.
* Doesn’t require much (if at all) physical space.
* No geographical limitations translates as a bigger customer reach.
* Higher quality of services and lower operational costs.

eCommerce Vs. Retail
What a time to be alive. Pizza comes to our doorsteps and groceries carry themselves. Buy and sell, trade and barter; there are no limits to what you can do when your audience takes up a whole planet. eCommerce is not just a trend or a craze; it’s the future. 

As a consumer, you get to pick what you want or need, in whichever colour, shape, or size you desire. 

As a business, you get to target a global audience and to let your customers speak for your quality, honestly.

What is the Future of eCommerce in India!

A new study by Forrester Research has stated that approximately a 5th of total retail sales will take place online by 2021 in Asia Pacific, 78% from Smart Phones. The study adds that online retail via Mobile will grow at a CAGR of 15.6%, to reach $1 Trillion in 2020.

The study further says that Asia Pacific will be the largest region for online retail sales in the world, with China being the largest market for eCommerce with $681 Billion in sales. However, the FASTEST growing eCommerce market in the world, according to Forrester, is undoubtedly India.

The Indian Institute of eCommerce states that by 2020, India is expected to generate $100 Billion online retail revenue out of which $35 Billion will be through fashion eCommerce. Online apparel sales are set to grow four times in the coming years.

The Internet and mobile usage has increased tremendously over the last 5 years. Today, there are over 460 Million Internet users and this number is growing everyday, a number which immediately creates an easy reach for all e-commerce sites. So you can imagine the potential growth we are all going to witness in regards to eCommerce in India.

If you happen to be a business owner, an entrepreneur, a developer or even just some random person with big dreams and aspirations I would definitely recommend that you take a step towards eCommerce industry.

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eCommerce Growth Analysis for Indian Market


The Indian eCommerce industry has been on an upward growth trajectory and is expected to surpass US to become the second largest eCommerce market in the world by 2034. The eCommerce market is expected to reach Rs 13,97,800 crore (US$ 200 billion) by 2027 from Rs 2,69,076.5 crore (US$ 38.5 billion) in 2017, supported by rising income and surge in internet users. Online shoppers in India reached 120 million in 2018 and are expected to reach 220 million by 2025. Online retailers deliver to 15,000-20,000 pin codes out of nearly 100,000 pin codes in the country. In 2019, it was estimated that one in every three Indian shopped via a Smartphone.

Ecommerce-Infographic-March-2020
Ecommerce-Infographic-March-2020

Much of the growth in the industry has been triggered by increasing internet and smartphone penetration. By 2022, smartphone users are expected to reach 859 million, whereas, eCommerce sector is expected to grow 1,200 per cent by 2026. Smartphone shipments in India increased 8 per cent y-o-y to reach 152.5 million units in 2019, thereby making it the fastest growing market among the top 20 smartphone markets in the world.

Internet penetration in India grew from just 4 per cent in 2007 to 52.08 per cent in 2019, registering a CAGR of 24 per cent between 2007 and 2019. The number of internet users in India is expected to increase from 687.62 million as of September 2019 to 829 million by 2021. During the festive sale (September 29-October 4, 2019), E-tailers in India achieved US$ 3 billion of Gross Merchandise Value (GMV).

Young demographic profile, rising internet penetration and relative better economic performance are the key drivers of this sector. The government of India’s policies and regulatory frameworks such as 100 per cent Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in B2B eCommerce and 100 per cent FDI under automatic route under the marketplace model of B2C eCommerce are expected to further propel growth in the sector. As per the new FDI policy, online entities through foreign investment cannot offer the products which are sold by retailers in which they hold equity stake.

In February 2019, the government released the Draft National eCommerce Policy, which encourages FDI in the marketplace model of eCommerce. Further, it states that the FDI policy for eCommerce sector has been developed to ensure a level playing field for all participants. According to the draft, a registered entity is needed for eCommerce sites and apps to operate in India. Government also proposed the National eCommerce Policy to set up the lawful agenda on cross-border data flow – no data will be shared with foreign governments without any prior authorization from the Indian government.

Through its Digital India campaign, the government of India is aiming to create a trillion-dollar online economy by 2025.

Source: https://www.ibef.org/

The article & image have been taken from the IBEF website, I do not own this article or the image.

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