Our Address: 360 Acoma St, Suite 54, Denver, CO 80223
We work from Denver, CO; the Mile High city. And when it comes to eCommerce Web Design, we deliver Mile High service!
Perfectionists at heart, our team of Graphic Designers and eCommerce Experts will blend their abilities to create a perfect space for your business on the web. We’ll look at your competitors, find what is working and what’s not, get our ideas down to paper, unto the computer and work our magic to come up with 2, 3 or more ideas to share with you so you can choose the one that fits your business best.
Need an eCommerce Design Company that you can meet face-to-face to address your concerns? No problem! We are right here in Downtown Denver. Speer Blvd and Broadway actually, and you are welcome to come visit us. Appointments are best, as we usually stick to a schedule to deliver our quality work to many clients at once.
Although we are local to Denver we actually do a lot of work outside our beautiful state of Colorado. Here is a snapshot of a map detailing where some of our clients are located in North America. De we only have clients in North America? Heck no! We have clients all the way to the Netherlands, Malaysia, the UK and Australia.
Stop worrying about working with a Web Design Company from out of State. We are right here in your hometown, and we would like to help you succeed online! Request a FREE QUOTE today, talk to us on the phone, come see us and let’s get to work on your online store.
From Denver to the world, your online store can be ready in as little as 2 weeks. There is no time to waste and we are looking forward to hearing from you!
We all know that fewer clicks mean higher conversion rates.
So you need a Product Landing Page that can also be your Checkout Page? Most shopping cart platforms make your visitors go through preset steps such as:
- Landing Page (click to add to cart)
- Cart Page (click to checkout)
- Checkout Page (click to submit order)
But for those of you in the infomercial industry or one product companies, the Direct Checkout System works best. Why? Because your landing page IS your Checkout page!
This means that your customer goes to your Product Page and he/she can read the product description, select the quantity, select the options (size, color, etc), enter his/her shipping and billing information and CLICK ONLY ONE BUTTON to submit his or her order. Now that’s fast AND beautiful!
If you are wondering which shopping cart allows you to do this then look no further. Go straight to NEXTERNAL and open a FREE TRIAL (no credit card required).
We have also found that editing and customizing your store is actually quite simple.
So boost your conversion rates, provide a Direct Checkout page using Nexternal’s Shopping Cart and then come back if you need sweet customization of your store.
When PGATourBelts.com from Colorado Springs, CO needed to customize their Product Page layout, they came to us. Just last week, Phil from PGATourBelts.com approached our team requesting our services to provide a more efficient and user-friendly Product Page layout. Their BigCommerce store has been doing really well but these changes were needed to further improve conversions.
We had a quick online meeting with Phil and armed with Photoshop at hand we were able to find the best layout of the content for him. Once approved, we went to work and just a few hours later we had a working base. It only took a couple of days to complete his request and Phil was absolutely pleased with our work.
We look forward to continue our relationship with PGATourBelts.com
THANK YOU for trusting in us to deliver an exceptional work for you.
Looking to enhance or customize your BigCommerce Mobile Store?
Here are some things we can do for you:
- Customize Color Scheme
- Add any size Top Banner
- Add Social Media Buttons
- Add Custom Add-To-Cart Buttons
- Set a Minimum Order
- Hide unwanted page elements
- Remove the BigCommerce Footer Link
- Add your phone number to the Footer
- Add links.
- and MORE!
By now, most online retailers have realized the value behind having a Blog.
The content driven, keyword richness, linking platform, and traffic generating power behind a Blog can’t be overlooked in today’s online retail industry.
But be careful not to shoot yourself in the foot by having a complete different feel in your Blog than in your Online Store. Having a perfectly integrated Blog can boost your conversion rates (when done properly).
Take a look at these examples bellow showing complete integration between Online Store and Blog:
A few things to consider when integrating your Blog and your Online Store:
- Use a custom subdomain to match your Store’s URL.
- Match your store’s Favicon.
- Match Header and Footer.
- Match overall layout & design (2 columns, 3 columns, width, fonts, etc)
- Integrate your Search Box to display product results.
- Integrate product feeds such as newly added products.
- Integrate Social networks.
- Integrate Live Chat services.
- Optimize for SEO (use nofollow tags when appropriate).
The term “Stay-at-Home” mom or dad is usually associated with a person who takes good care of the house and children but, more often that not, don’t contribute to the household income. Well… not any more!
Thousands of Stay-at-Home women and men are making millions of dollars each year by managing small and medium size online stores right from home! While it may be difficult to take phone calls while the kids are playing around, you may very well offer live chat support to your customers.
You have a product, you want to make money, then OPEN AN ONLINE STORE TODAY! Request a FREE QUOTE and start building your home-based online business. You will be surprised how far your idea can take you!
Testing your eCommerce website on ALL major browsers is absolutely necessary before launching.
Several times we have come across online stores that display poorly when using Internet Explorer while they display properly on Firefox. This is due to lousy development skills or lack of interest from the designer.
At Trepoly, we make sure every store we develop can display AND perform properly on all major browsers. We may design an online store with a specific target browser or operating system but always make sure it can be viewed and used on other browsers and operating systems.
Things to keep in mind when running a cross-check browser compatibility:
- Overall layout
- Font size
- Hover buttons and interactivity
- Link behavior
- Scroll and swipe actions
Your online store could even break in between same browser versions! So make sure you hire a competent eCommerce Design Company.
Why do I need a Payment Gateway?
A Payment Gateway is the software infrastructure that runs online transactions between financial institutions. Think of it as the “person” that requests the money from your customer’s bank account and collects it for you. Your Payment Gateway then needs to transfer the funds into your Merchant Account to secure the transaction.
Payment Gateways generally carry a transaction fee which can be around 3% per transaction.
MONEY SAVING TIP: Talk to your bank about preferred Payment Gateways as they may have a partnership with specific Payment Gateways and may save you money by bundling your Payment Gateway and your Merchant Account for a lower transaction fee.
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Why do I need a Merchant Account?
A Merchant Account is a bank account for online businesses.
If you are looking to open an online store you will need to go visit your bank and request to open a Merchant Account. This bank account is where money will be deposited after each transaction takes place in your online store. Merchant Accounts generally have a transaction fee associated with them. Anywhere between 1.5% and 3.5% is a good rate. Your Merchant Account then needs to be integrated with your Payment Gateway.
MONEY SAVING TIP: Ask your banker about preferred Payment Gateways when inquiring about your Merchant Account. Some banks can bundle the Payment Gateway service with your Merchant Account and consolidate service fees to save you money. Instead of paying 3% for Payment Gateway + 3% for Merchant Account, they may be able to charge you only HALF when you use one of their preferred partners.
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And now, we would like to open this space for those of you who would like to share the benefits of Google blocking the referrer keyword by passing “(not provided)” to the Analytics report.
We’ve seen a big controversy on this matter with most people reacting to this measure with negative comments on several blogs. But we are sure there are some of you out there (Google employees maybe), who actually know why this is a GOOD move by Google.
We’d like to know. Use the Comment form below…