Shenzhen, China, September 24, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- China consumer electronics supplier FocalPrice will re-boot its site to better meet the demands of its growing international customer base next week.
According to a JP Morgan survey released this year global online sales are estimated to break $963 billion by 2013. However, according to many this growth won’t derive from the US, instead coming from developing countries.
China Shop FocalPrice, an online seller which attracts over one million people from 200 countries, drew two million more visits from Russia and Brazil in the 2011 Q1 than in 2010 Q1 according to Public Relations manager, Vincent Lee，an increase of 300% in just one year.
"That’s explosive compared to FocalPrice’s traditional markets," said Mr. Lee.
FocalPrice planned to make the site more user-friendly to cater to the growing international demand.
Improvements included more local languages, a more intuitive interface and a simpler checkout.
According to FocalPrice's Vincent Lee those were all improvements requested by customers from the site.
"Customers have come to FocalPrice with tons of wonderful suggestions which have all been adopted into a revamped site," Said Mr. Lee. "This new FocalPrice is sure to be a hit with all Internet shoppers from all corners of the world."
Head to FocalPrice now and check out the before and after results of the best ecommerce site online. Just go to FocalPrice.com or follow this link: http://www.focalprice.com/?utm_source=SM&utm_medium=PR&utm_campaign=SM_PR_FP23
FocalPrice is one of China's leading B2C e-Commerce export stores, with more than 70,000 items covering approximately 100 categories. It attracts more than one million customers from over 200 countries with customers coming back for prices that are 10-30% lower than any other shop and free shipping. All the products have gone through three standard quality control processes before delivery and a six month guarantee on all items on FocalPrice.