Mak IT

It is full cycle services for software development

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About Mak IT
MAK IT is a Latvian company that provides full cycle services for software development including analysis of business requirements, solution design and testing as well as implementation and development. The Team of MAK IT has successfully designed and implemented software so...
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< $25/hr
10 - 49
2011
Latvia
Mak IT
It is full cycle services for software development
0.00/5 (0 Reviews)
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Software Development and Ruby on Rails

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 In the last 10 years, online shopping has witnessed momentous growth and paved ways for new entrepreneurs to capitalize on the modern trends and shifting needs of buyers. As COVID-19 has made brick and mortar shops almost futile, sellers want to explore the digital mediums for e-commerce. It is a highly lucrative venture in 2020 and beyond to sell online. However, if you are new to the online shopping world then the task might overwhelm you. Before getting on the technical part, first, you need to find the “niche” where you can expand and scale your business. Firstly, research the digital space, find how many players are operating in your niche, do a SWOT analysis, prepare a business model (single-vendor or multi-vendor) and identify your USPs. Secondly, you should choose a unique name that reflects what your brand is. Keep 2-3 names handy, as when you go through the patent and trademark process – there’s a possibility that the name is already taken by another entity. After that, you can buy a domain with the same name. Apply for EIN (Employer Identification Number), DIN (Directors Identification Number), digital signature, open bank accounts and fulfil the legal formalities to acquire licenses (GST, Professional Tax, Shops and establishment licence etc). Thirdly, after the completion of all the paperwork, you need a resourceful team that will help you build the website. You can either choose the pre-built platforms – Magento, WooCommerce, Shopify, Wix and WordPress or build it from the scratch. Design your website keeping in mind the latest trends and pack it with rich content. Remember that just like physical stores, online stores are also the face of your brand – décor it well with the right elements. Make the sign-in process easy, the UX/UI should be simple and description should entice a feeling in your buyers – to experience and use your products/services. Once the website is ready – then choose the right channels and platform to promote your business. Start with social media platforms and organic content with exceptional SEO. Once you start getting traction – you can start utilizing the Google Ads and Facebook Ads. Deploy inbound marketing tactics to let your prospects find you. And lastly, make sure you provide top-tier experience and service. Optimize your webpages for SEO and the page speed. Utilize analytics to deliver the best service and to design personalised campaigns. Final words I hope it answered your question regarding e-commerce website and business in general. Research well – that’s the only way to find the new possibilities.
 In the last 10 years, online shopping has witnessed momentous growth and paved ways for new entrepreneurs to capitalize on the modern trends and shifting needs of buyers. As COVID-19 has made brick and mortar shops almost futile, sellers want to explore the digital mediums for e-commerce. It is a highly lucrative venture in 2020 and beyond to sell online. However, if you are new to the online shopping world then the task might overwhelm you. Before getting on the technical part, first, you need to find the “niche” where you can expand and scale your business. Firstly, research the digital space, find how many players are operating in your niche, do a SWOT analysis, prepare a business model (single-vendor or multi-vendor) and identify your USPs. Secondly, you should choose a unique name that reflects what your brand is. Keep 2-3 names handy, as when you go through the patent and trademark process – there’s a possibility that the name is already taken by another entity. After that, you can buy a domain with the same name. Apply for EIN (Employer Identification Number), DIN (Directors Identification Number), digital signature, open bank accounts and fulfil the legal formalities to acquire licenses (GST, Professional Tax, Shops and establishment licence etc). Thirdly, after the completion of all the paperwork, you need a resourceful team that will help you build the website. You can either choose the pre-built platforms – Magento, WooCommerce, Shopify, Wix and WordPress or build it from the scratch. Design your website keeping in mind the latest trends and pack it with rich content. Remember that just like physical stores, online stores are also the face of your brand – décor it well with the right elements. Make the sign-in process easy, the UX/UI should be simple and description should entice a feeling in your buyers – to experience and use your products/services. Once the website is ready – then choose the right channels and platform to promote your business. Start with social media platforms and organic content with exceptional SEO. Once you start getting traction – you can start utilizing the Google Ads and Facebook Ads. Deploy inbound marketing tactics to let your prospects find you. And lastly, make sure you provide top-tier experience and service. Optimize your webpages for SEO and the page speed. Utilize analytics to deliver the best service and to design personalised campaigns. Final words I hope it answered your question regarding e-commerce website and business in general. Research well – that’s the only way to find the new possibilities.

 

In the last 10 years, online shopping has witnessed momentous growth and paved ways for new entrepreneurs to capitalize on the modern trends and shifting needs of buyers. As COVID-19 has made brick and mortar shops almost futile, sellers want to explore the digital mediums for e-commerce. 

It is a highly lucrative venture in 2020 and beyond to sell online. However, if you are new to the online shopping world then the task might overwhelm you. Before getting on the technical part, first, you need to find the “niche” where you can expand and scale your business. 

Firstly, research the digital space, find how many players are operating in your niche, do a SWOT analysis, prepare a business model (single-vendor or multi-vendor) and identify your USPs. 

Secondly, you should choose a unique name that reflects what your brand is. Keep 2-3 names handy, as when you go through the patent and trademark process – there’s a possibility that the name is already taken by another entity. 

After that, you can buy a domain with the same name. Apply for EIN (Employer Identification Number), DIN (Directors Identification Number), digital signature, open bank accounts and fulfil the legal formalities to acquire licenses (GST, Professional Tax, Shops and establishment licence etc). 

Thirdly, after the completion of all the paperwork, you need a resourceful team that will help you build the website. You can either choose the pre-built platforms – Magento, WooCommerce, Shopify, Wix and WordPress or build it from the scratch. 

Design your website keeping in mind the latest trends and pack it with rich content. Remember that just like physical stores, online stores are also the face of your brand – décor it well with the right elements. Make the sign-in process easy, the UX/UI should be simple and description should entice a feeling in your buyers – to experience and use your products/services. 

Once the website is ready – then choose the right channels and platform to promote your business. Start with social media platforms and organic content with exceptional SEO. Once you start getting traction – you can start utilizing the Google Ads and Facebook Ads. Deploy inbound marketing tactics to let your prospects find you. 

And lastly, make sure you provide top-tier experience and service. Optimize your webpages for SEO and the page speed. Utilize analytics to deliver the best service and to design personalised campaigns. 

Final words 

I hope it answered your question regarding e-commerce website and business in general. Research well – that’s the only way to find the new possibilities.

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Mak IT
Ūnijas iela 12A, Vidzemes priekšpilsēta, Rīga, , Latvia, Riga, Riga LV-1084
Latvia
37120001073
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