I can develop your eCommerce brand identity to help drive your online sales.
Across the entire globe, there are estimated to be between 12 and 24 million eCommerce sites online, and of course, this figure keeps growing every day. But if that sounds like a lot of competition, you need to know that less than one million record sales of more than £1000 worth of goods or services each year.
So the good news is that there is still plenty of room for growth in your eCommerce sector, and the even better news is that we can help you achieve it. 80% of the world’s online population purchases goods and services on the internet, so we can build your brand and online presence to appeal to your target audience and keep them engaged long term.
I’ve worked with many eCommerce sites delivering design and branding expertise to build long-term visibility online.
As a leading eCommerce design and branding agency, we understand that your online presence is the lifeblood of your business. Having strong eCommerce branding is not just about the logo; it is about your name, tagline, personality, and experience customers have on your website.
Rebus is experienced across many industry sectors. Our eCommerce design and branding work has left customers with clear visibility on values, messages, how they speak, and what they look like.
Whatever online goods or services you provide, you need a recognisable brand. We can help you get picked over the competition with strong visuals and messaging.
You can gain a competitive advantage by partnering with Rebus. We can deliver sustainable growth and customer loyalty for your online business, whether established or a start-up business.
We offer a full range of services, including:
Call our design studio today on 01765 647100 to discuss your project, or click here to send an enquiry.
Consistency breeds loyalty.
Most customers are desperate to be loyal. We don’t want to shop around for a lot of things, so give people reason to be loyal and make sure they know what they are coming back to.
Know your audience.
Speak your customer’s language in your branding and messaging; otherwise, how will you ever get on together?
Tell your story.
People like to shop online, sure, but they also miss the face-to-face shop talk, so tell people your story, message and ethos, let them get to know you and bring some personality.