Spain: 2 in 10 SMEs implement ecommerce infrastructure

Monday 14 July 2014 13:45 CET | News

The Spanish SMEs are not eager to adopt ecommerce platforms, since 2 in 10 companies have a website via which they sell their products or services online, according to a report issued by the PortobelloInnova consultancy firm.

Moreover, 9 in 10 SMEs have an online presence through corporate websites, whereas 95% of them admit the importance of being found on search engines and 80% are aware of the importance of having a profile on social networks.

The report in questions also unveils that 1 in 3 business players have no strategy or any SEO-based knowledge.

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Keywords: Spain, ecommerce, online platform, online sales, online purchases, website, online presence, customer, merchant
Categories: Payments & Commerce
Countries: World
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Payments & Commerce