Slide HTML5 Introduces Catalog Marketing Software for e-Commerce Companies
FREMONT, CA: Slide HTML5, a provider of digital publishing solutions has introduced HTML5 catalog marketing software –a self-service solution for retailers, publishers and brands to help them develop better web experience for their customers.
Aimed at facilitating e-commerce companies in their effort to create interactive websites and digital catalogs, the catalog marketing software eliminates the need for web designers. To make the website interactive and engage users, this software helps to connect catalog to the website by providing live hyperlinks. It also leads to increase of traffic on the website.
In addition to this, HTML5 software is designed to allow the embedding of MP4 videos into catalogs. Various animation effects are available on the Time Line of Slide HTML5, enabling the user to add animation effects to videos. It also provides the users the option of selecting the amount of time for which they wish to use animation effects. In their effort to help e-commerce companies adapt to the changing online publishing scenario, the animation editor feature provides options to add product boxes, star ratings, buy buttons, discounts and label ribbons, by using the toolbar located on the top of the page.
To help organizations measure the performance of their websites, HTML5 software can also add Google Analytics to a digital publication, which is an effective tool used to measure traffic and key words that are being searched on the web. The software provides e-commerce companies and its customer’s flexibility by making the website accessible through any device.
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