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Three Elements for Creating eCommerce Product Pages that Convert

April 29th, 2015 Ashley Harbaugh No comments

Online merchants have a significant advantage in terms of providing customers quick and convenient shopping experiences, but there is a downside: not being able to physically handle products means shoppers can be less driven to buy.

But ecommerce product pages are key to breaking through purchasing hesitation. According to MarketingSherpa’s 2015 eCommerce Benchmark Study, “[Each] company needs to choose the elements on its product pages to fully express its product’s value proposition and address any concerns that could be held by its prospective customers.”

Check out our three guidelines for designing ecommerce product pages that eliminate shopper doubts and push them to complete their purchases:

1. Reduce Anxiety

Trust is essential to building a relationship between a customer and an online merchant. By using product pages to establish business and product credibility, online merchants show customers that they are in a safe, secure, and trustworthy environment.

Contact Information:

Customers want to make sure they have a place they can turn to for any issues or questions – prominently displaying contact information is crucial to making first-time visitors feel comfortable.

Reduce Anxiety

Always make contact information easy-to-find.

Reviews, Ratings, and Testimonials:

Before dropping hard-earned cash on a product, people like to truly know what they’re getting. Posting product reviews, ratings, and testimonials on product pages shows that not only have other people bought and used the product, but that they are getting value from it.

Another thing to keep in mind when posting product reviews: don’t be afraid to include negative ones. It might sound counter-intuitive, but negative reviews can actually help bolster credibility because it shows that the reviews are being written by real people, not by the company.

Reviews, Ratings, and Testimonials

Product reviews and testimonials build credibility with shoppers.

Site Security Symbols:

People will not enter credit card information on a site they don’t trust. Displaying trust symbols from reputable security companies (such as the Better Business Bureau, McAfee, etc.) is a quick and easy way to signal business trustworthiness, and to make customers comfortable with providing sensitive information.

Site Security Symbols

Trust symbols convey business integrity and make shoppers feel more secure about browsing and buying.

Return/Exchange Information:

Not every online purchase is going to work out – that’s just the nature of buying without seeing, feeling, trying on, etc. Showing product return policy and exchange information helps customers feel less nervous about committing to the purchase – if their purchase isn’t what they had in mind when they ordered it (which is always a fear when buying online), they have a way to fix it.

Return and Exchange Information

Displaying return and exchange policies help shoppers feel more at-ease with making online purchases.

2. Show Product Costs

This may seem obvious, but showing all the costs associated with online merchandise is an important way to build customer trust – because springing hidden fees or costs on the customer at the time of checkout will not inspire them to move forward.


Unless your product prices are only given “upon request,” always make prices instantly recognizable on your product pages.

Show Product Costs by Price

Don’t make shoppers guess at costs, or find out what they owe at the checkout – always make product prices easy-to-find.

Shipping/Handling Cost:

In addition to the price, also make sure that shipping methods and their associated costs are also displayed prominently on your site. For instance, shipping calculators that dynamically populate with the costs related to the customer’s selected delivery date or method are a great way to inform and engage the customer.

Show Product Costs by Shipping and Handling Costs

Shipping and delivery costs are another important consideration for online shoppers – providing that information up-front ensures customers aren’t surprised at checkout (because checkout surprises rarely cause checkout conversions).

3. Provide Information

High Quality Images:

Since customers can’t pick up and inspect an online store’s products, using high-quality, high-resolution images on your product pages are critical in not only promoting your products, but in showing your company’s professionalism. Brick-and-mortar stores don’t display merchandise that’s dirty or worn-out; ecommerce merchants shouldn’t display merchandise in grainy, ugly photos.

Provide Information through High Quality Images

High-resolution images, image zooming, the ability to change item colors, etc. all help show your products in the best light.

Product Descriptions:

The more information a customer has on an item, and the more they understand the benefits of using the item, the more likely they will be to purchase it. Short and long descriptions are both useful for product pages – short descriptions give a quick snapshot that captures the shopper’s attention, and long descriptions provide the in-depth information that helps seal the deal.

When creating descriptions, avoid making them boring, bland, or minimal – providing detailed, punchy narratives make it difficult for customers to resist.

Provide Information through Product Descriptions

Short and long product descriptions are necessary for giving customers the information they need to make well-informed purchases.


Videos are a great way to convey information, an experience, or a customer testimonial in a quick, easily digestible way, which makes it easy for shoppers to learn more and engage with your products. And also to keep in mind is that we live in the age of the viral video – people love sharing videos that are fun, interesting, and educational on their social networks, so make sure to post high-quality video content that compels people to share.

Provide Information through Videos

Videos that entertain or enlighten capture attention and inspire people to share, leading to organic company promotion on social media networks.


In addition to videos, people enjoy reading and sharing articles that contain valuable content. Whether it’s a how-to guide, or a list of unique ways to use a product, or helpful tips, articles are another method that encourages customers to connect with your company and what you offer. Like with videos, high-quality article content is key because it gives customers a reason to return – they want to see what cool new material is being posted.

Provide Information through Articles

High-quality articles can become important resources and reference tools for customers.

Similar Products:

“Customers who bought this bought that,” “Popular Items,” “Related Products” – posting similar or related items on a product page is a helpful way for customers to view more of your company’s offerings – and to increase the likelihood of cross-sell and up-sell conversions.

Provide Information through Similar Products

Showing related products creates cross-sell and up-sell opportunities, as well as encourages shoppers to further explore the online store.

Making the Customer Experience in the First Priority

Ultimately, all of these eCommerce product page elements are focused on one vital goal: to give customers an amazing shopping experience. The shopping experience is the true differentiator for ecommerce competitors – good shopping experiences mean a customer will return; but great ones mean a customer will return regularly and bring friends with them.

For more information on how you can improve the ecommerce shopping experience for your customers, please email us at

Ashley Harbaugh is a Marketing Coordinator at Ignify. Ignify is winner/finalist of the Worldwide Microsoft Partner of the Year Award in 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011 and 2010, and offers eCommerce, ERP, CRM, Order Management and POS solutions based on the Microsoft Dynamics line of products. Ignify has been included as the fastest growing businesses in North America for seven years in a row by Inc. Magazine and Deloitte in the FAST 500 from 2008 to 2013.

Win Over Your Customers with Omnichannel Marketing

December 9th, 2014 Manasi Kulkarni No comments

There is a lot of talk about how businesses, whether ecommerce or otherwise, need to market themselves across various social media platforms and through other online marketing avenues such as emails to reach a cross section of their audience. While such multi-channel marketing is becoming central to marketing strategies and is being widely incorporated, the proliferation of devices and customers’ movement across these multiple devices has necessitated that marketing strategies not only advertise on these platforms but also provide the same experience across them all.

This new form of customer centric marketing that is aware of the customer’s behavior and engagement habits across the various platforms, and connects them all with a continuous story about the brand is known as omnichannel marketing. Omnichannel marketing works to give the customer a seamless experience across devices and online as well as offline channels, thereby breaking down any walls that may exist between online and offline marketing.

retail consumer

Today’s retail consumer expects to shop and research products via mobile devices, online resources, and brick and mortar stores before committing to purchase.

This means that a customer may encounter your products on a social media platform or print advertisement, read more about it on your blog and then walk into your retail store while still comparing prices for the same product in other stores on his mobile device. Furthermore, with omnichannel marketing you would have equipped your retail salespersons with the right information about your products, enabling them to be ready for any questions that an informed customer might have, thereby giving your customers a more satisfying shopping experience. Omnichannel marketing thus increases your chances of sales and creates satisfied customers that are more likely to stay loyal to your brand in the long run.

Benefits of omnichannel marketing

omnichannel marketing

Source: DM News

By combining efforts for marketing resources online and offline, the consumer is able to complete more thorough research and make more informed, confident purchasing decisions.

  1. Save duplication of marketing efforts and resources for online and offline mediums with a combined marketing strategy. Such combined efforts make for more relevant, robust, and effective messaging. 
  2. Get higher return on investment for your marketing efforts with higher sales across your online and offline stores. As customers stay longer with your brand both online and offline, the chances of sales increase.
  3. Increase brand retention and loyalty with uniform messaging.
  4. Increase customer engagement and satisfaction with your brand with messaging that is adjusted to their buying habits and online behavior, and gives the impression of a more personalized service.
  5. Opportunity to collect better data about customer behavior and buying patterns across various online and offline channels, enabling you to modify your marketing strategies accordingly to meet their needs and expectations. This consequently helps you market your products better and increase sales and brand loyalty.
  6. Enhance employee productivity by empowering them with product and customer information that can be used to convert leads and walk-ins into sales, while providing a better shopping experience to the customer.

Tips to get started with omnichannel marketing

Whether you are an ecommerce merchant or run a brick-and-mortar retail store, here are some tips to get you started with omnichannel marketing. We shall assume at this point that you have some online presence, either in the form of a web store or on the social media platforms.  

  1. Gather and analyze customer behavior data from both online and offline sources.
  2. Based upon your analysis create a cohesive marketing strategy that ensures that online and offline marketing efforts complement each other.
  3. Create more than one type of messaging and creatives that can be tested for customer response, providing you in depth data about your customers’ shopping behavior.
  4. Ensure theme and design uniformity across various channels such as Facebook, Twitter, banner ads, print ads, in-store advertising, etc. Your creative should ideally be usable across channels, or at least uniform enough that the customer gets the same experience whether he is looking at it in print or on his television, etc.
  5. Personalize engagement with the customer where possible on social media platforms, through email marketing or in-store experience, by managing your messaging to suit their tastes and habits. The customer should be left with the feeling that you had only him in mind when you created the message.
  6. Constantly analyze customer data and make modifications to your strategy until you get the perfect blend that maximizes sales across all your channels.

Ignify eCommerce has you covered

As you start exploring the rather daunting world of omnichannel marketing, Ignify eCommerce helps you in a variety of ways.

Multi-device browsing: With Ignify eCommerce you get responsive web design for your web stores, which means that your customers can browse your web store using any device, such as laptops, mobile, tablets, etc. with the same user experience. Not only is your web store accessible, the customer can also seamlessly carry over his shopping sessions from one device to another with features such as save cart and a self-service account on the web store that store essential information accessible as and when required.

eCommerce responsive web design templates

Ignify eCommerce’s responsive web design templates ensure browsers have an excellent user experience regardless of which device they are using.

Support for Google Analytics: The Ignify eCommerce Manager Panel lends itself easily to have Google Analytics or Google Tag Manager configured on your web stores to help you track and understand customer behavior and plan your omnichannel marketing activities accordingly. Depending upon his business requirements, the merchant may choose to have Google Analytics, both Classic or Universal, or Google Tag Manager on individual web stores. If you have multiple stores, each store could be assigned a different tracking mechanism via the same Manager Panel.

With these tips and tools at hand you can now kick start your omnichannel marketing efforts and stay ahead of the competition.

Manasi Kulkarni is a Product Marketer at Ignify. Ignify is a technology provider of ERP, CRM, eCommerce, and Point of Sale software solutions to organizations. Ignify is winner/finalist of the worldwide Microsoft Partner of the Year Award in 2014, 2013, 2012 and 2011. Ignify has been included as the fastest growing businesses in North America for seven years in a row by Deloitte, Inc Magazine and Entrepreneur Magazine from 2007 to 2013.

Do You Wear the White Hat or the Black Hat?

December 4th, 2014 Manasi Kulkarni No comments

Search engine optimization (SEO) is a necessity that no website can afford to escape if they wish to see good traffic to their website. It is impossible to imagine a top ranking website on Google without a lot of SEO strategizing and hard work. But as with any other activity to make your business a success, there are good and bad ways of doing things with resulting consequences that could severely damage your brand value.

Search engines such as Google have a set of guidelines that websites are expected to follow when conducting their SEO activities, and non-compliance can get a website penalized by being banned completely from the search engine’s search results. In such cases the company would have to work hard to earn back the search engine’s confidence and redo all its SEO activities ethically.

In this article, we will look at the different types of doing SEO and what you should avoid if you are looking to build your brand online and get your website to rank higher for a long time.

White Hat, Grey Hat, and Black Hat – What Do They Mean?

The various SEO activities can be broadly categorized as White Hat, Grey Hat, and Black Hat activities.

As the name suggests, Black Hat activities are those that are frowned upon by search engines, are against the search engine’s terms of service, and can land your website in serious trouble. The Grey Hat activities belong to that grey area between Black Hat and White Hat practices that tread the fine line and about which the jury is still out. Whereas White Hat activities are strategies that search engines fully approve of, and which focus on a human audience as against simply winning the ranking race.

Guidelines for White Hat Activities

When undertaking SEO activities, the following checklist can help you determine if your activities belong to the White Hat category.

  1. Is your content original? Did professional SEO content writers or guest writers write the content specifically for your website such that it is relevant and adds value for the users visiting your site?
  2. Does your content infringe upon anybody’s intellectual property rights? If it does, then you should immediately take action to remove such content from your webpages, or ensure that the right sources are given credit and linked.
  3. Is your content of high quality with impeccable use of the rules of language?
  4. Do your images and videos include Alt tags and appropriate descriptions?
  5. Are your keywords relevant to your subject matter? Is the keyword density on your web pages unnaturally high such that it makes coherent reading impossible?
  6. Have you used the correct HTML markups for your heading tags etc.?
  7. Does your website have a good sitemap?
  8. Are the links coming or going from your webpages relevant and naturally appearing, or have they been purchased/exchanged with the sole purpose of increasing links and ranking, without regard for relevance?
  9. Are you aware of the search engines’ terms of use and do your activities adhere to their norms and practices?
  10. Does your client (in case of an external SEO strategist) know all about the SEO activities you have undertaken and any risks associated with it?

Avoiding Black Hat Activities

While you follow White Hat activities, it is equally important to be aware of what activities constitute as Black Hat activities. The following are some Black Hat activities that you should strictly avoid when planning your SEO strategy.

  1. Stuffing web pages with keywords: The importance of keywords in search engine ranking is well known. However, simply stuffing your web pages with irrelevant keywords make for a poor user experience and harm your web page’s ranking. A particularly damaging tactic is to use keywords such that they are hidden from users and visible only to the search engine.
  2. Cloaking: A guaranteed way to get penalized if caught, cloaking is the practice of showing different content (keywords, descriptions, titles, etc.) to search engines and users. This is usually done by identifying visitors by IP address and displaying content accordingly.
  3. Gateway Pages: Using this method, a different page is shown to search engines, and when the user clicks on it he is redirected to a different page altogether. These gateway pages are usually stuffed with keywords to fool the search engine into ranking them higher.
  4. Purchasing old domains: It is possible to purchase old unused domains that are lying around dormant with the purpose of creating a lot of backlinks to your web pages and increase ranking. While such back linking might yield results initially, search engines would eventually catch up with you.
  5. Content Spinning: The freshness and uniqueness of your content plays an important role in getting your webpages to rank higher. However, it is not easy to create rich content on a regular basis and SEO strategists tend to resort to article spinning whereby they simply play around with the words on a page and present it as a new page. Such content spinning damages the quality of content. It is possible for search engines to catch on to such content spinning, not to mention the damage it does to your credibility due to low quality, grammatically poor content.
  6. Link buying: A lot of websites engage in rampant link buying with other websites to increase the page ranking. However, such link buying is not supported by search engines and can be severely penalized. At the same time, you can exchange links with relevant websites for things such as sponsorship of events, etc. Search engines usually maintain a list of such approved websites where links can be exchanged. 

While some of the above Black Hat activities when done in moderation could be considered Grey Hat activities, it is difficult to pinpoint specific activities that are definitely Grey Hat. One tactic that is definitely grey because it is not yet in Google’s blacklist as yet is social media automation and purchasing followers on Facebook, Twitter, etc. Various tools are available that automatically follow thousands of social media users for a small fee. This helps increase your website’s social media footprint, which is seen to be of consequence to its overall ranking.

Search engine optimization is a great tool to create long-term value for your brand and increasing loyalty and retention. But such long-term relationship with search engines cannot be achieved by cheating them into ranking your web pages higher. While Black Hat activities might bring you instant gratifying results, they are not sustainable in the long run and can severely damage not just your page ranking but your brand value as well. Following the simple White Hat guidelines provided here will help you generate favorable results, while ensuring a good night’s sleep.

If you have any questions about how to boost search engine optimization for more online business, please email us at

Manasi Kulkarni is a Product Marketer at Ignify. Ignify is a technology provider of ERP, CRM, eCommerce, and Point of Sale software solutions to organizations. Ignify is winner/finalist of the worldwide Microsoft Partner of the Year Award in 2014, 2013, 2012 and 2011. Ignify has been included as the fastest growing businesses in North America for seven years in a row by Deloitte, Inc Magazine and Entrepreneur Magazine from 2007 to 2013.

SEO/SMO Tips to Get Your Web Store Ready for the Holiday Season

December 2nd, 2014 Manasi Kulkarni No comments

In a previous post we discussed how Ignify eCommerce provides various customer-friendly features to help you make the most of the holiday season. Along with setting up those features, you would also be sprucing up your product catalog and bring out the discounts in preparation of the holiday season. We bring you some search engine optimization and social media optimization tips that will complement your efforts and help you stay on top of your game, and ring in higher footfall and revenues.

As elaborated in earlier posts, optimizing your web store for search engines is a long term activity and your SEO/SMO strategies have to be well drawn out to bring great results. But there are some focused activities that can be implemented to capitalize on the holiday traffic.

1. Identify top pages/products: No matter how big or small your catalog, there are certain items which you would like to particularly highlight during the holidays. Identify such important pages that display not only the products you want to sell at that time, but also those that have traditionally been the crowd pullers. Your SEO/SMO efforts should be concentrated on pushing out those pages even further.

2. Create holiday themed pages: In addition to your regular pages, create temporary holiday themed pages and promote them through your SEO activities. These pages should be optimized using holiday-specific keywords and rich content. You can use these pages to link to your PPC/Google ads, Facebook ads, etc.

holiday themed pages

Optimizing holiday themed pages with holiday-specific keywords and content is a helpful way to pull in holiday-focused traffic.

3. Check if your title tags, meta descriptions and keywords are optimized: Revisit your pages, particularly the top pages you have already identified and ensure that they have been optimized as per SEO best practices. Ensure that these pages have unique title tags that are informative and include the relevant keywords. The meta descriptions should be checked for their keyword density and compelling copywriting to ensure higher click through rates when they show up in the search results. Also, revisit your keywords to see that they are competitive and best describe your page.

4. Add images and Alt Tags: Images not only add to the aesthetic value of your page, they also help elaborate upon the product’s features in a captivating manner. Search engines such as Google tend to rank pages with images higher. So it can be beneficial to add a few colorful images to your important pages complete with Alt Tags. Check if existing images on your important pages have Alt Tags and add them if absent. Alt Tags should crisply describe the image and add to the keywords on your page.

5. Get creative with social media campaigns: The importance of social media such as Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest cannot be overlooked during the holiday season. Facebook and Pinterest particularly lend themselves to creative and colorful holiday campaigns that get the shopper into the festive mood, choosing you over the competition and increasing the click through rate. It is a great opportunity to engage with your customers through contests and giveaways.

social media campaigns

Social media campaigns

Social media campaigns are important for creatively engaging with customers and persuading them to choose your business over the competition.

6. Use PPC ads aggressively: Holiday time is targeted marketing time, and nothing reaches your target audience faster than pay-per-click (PPC) ads on Google, Facebook, etc. Create a themed and targeted copy for your PPC ads, and ensure that the keywords in the advertisement and your landing page align. PPC ads are a great way to bring customers to your important pages and drive sales there. Given that you would be making a bulk of your revenues during the holiday season, investing in PPC ads is a wise choice.

pay-per-click (PPC) ads on Google and Facebook

pay-per-click (PPC) ads on Google and Facebook

Pay-per-click (PPC) ads on Google, social media, etc. are highly targeted toward your audience, pushing traffic toward your pages and driving sales there. 

For more tips on how you can optimize your online store for the holidays, please email us at

Manasi Kulkarni is a Product Marketer at Ignify. Ignify is a technology provider of ERP, CRM, eCommerce, and Point of Sale software solutions to organizations. Ignify is winner/finalist of the worldwide Microsoft Partner of the Year Award in 2014, 2013, 2012 and 2011. Ignify has been included as the fastest growing businesses in North America for seven years in a row by Deloitte, Inc Magazine and Entrepreneur Magazine from 2007 to 2013.

Multiply Your Holiday Shopping Sales in Four Easy Ways

November 26th, 2014 Manasi Kulkarni No comments

The holiday season is around the corner and everyone is rushing to finish their shopping on time. For a busy customer, the convenience of purchasing for everyone in one place and not having to wait in multiple checkout lines can mean the difference between choosing one store over another.

With online shopping being increasingly preferred by the busy shopper, it becomes important for an ecommerce merchant to ensure that he combines the best of online and offline shopping to give the shopper a truly satisfying shopping experience. Here are some tips to take the stress off festive shopping, and make the most of this holiday season for your customer and your business. 

Multi-store browsing

It wouldn’t be a leap of the imagination to assume that a diverse catalog that caters to a cross-section of shoppers would lead to greater sales. While that may be a sound argument to make, it can also be argued that crowding a single web store with divergent products can confuse the shopper and push him towards a niche web store. Not to mention that the design that suits, say, an apparel store might not gel well with a bookstore.

To help you deal with such a dilemma, Ignify eCommerce provides you the ability to operate multiple web stores via a single Manager Panel, and let your customers browse across them with a single integrated shopping cart at checkout. This means that if your catalog has apparel and electronic gadgets, books and tools, you can easily create a different web store for each one of them and link them together. Each of your web stores can be designed to best suit the products and the target audience you wish to attract. All of these web stores are then linked together and shoppers can travel from one store to another from the comfort of their chairs, and complete their festival shopping without having to wait in long checkout lines at the retail stores.

Multi-store browsing

Customers navigate across the multiple web stores by clicking on the different web store links.

Multi-store browsing

An integrated shopping cart makes checking out items from multiple stores a breeze.

Multi-device compatibility

This multi-store browsing facility can be made even more attractive by letting your shoppers shop using any device of their choice. For shoppers always on-the-go, being able to shop on their mobile phones and tablets just as easily as they would on their laptops or desktops is an attractive option.

Ignify eCommerce not only lets you provide your customer such multi-store, multi-device compatibility with responsive web design web stores, it also lets your customers carry over their shopping sessions seamlessly from one device to another. A social media integrated login process lets them login to any of the web stores quickly, where shopping carts can be saved and orders tracked as required. In case of multiple saved shopping carts, they can even be merged to create a new cart and an order placed conveniently; all this without discriminating between the shoppers’ choice of device.

Multi-device compatibility

Responsive Web Design web stores as rendered on a mobile phone and a tablet.

Multiple payment options

Once the shopper fills up his shopping cart with goodies for family and friends, the least of his worries should be a hiccup at checkout, where his preferred payment option is not available. This can force the shopper to abandon his shopping cart and move over to the competition’s web store.

Avoiding this scenario is easy, with Ignify eCommerce’s web stores allowing you to easily set up various payment options such as Credit Card, PayPal, Terms PO, Cash, Check, Reward Points, etc. The backend Manager Panel processes orders just as easily for online payment methods as for offline payment methods. Your customers can also make partial payments against invoices and use different payment options for each part of the payment. This means that no matter how big or small the billing amount, the customer can pay as per convenience and ability.  

Multiple shipping options

For festive shoppers, a major concern with online shopping is receiving their packages on time. Getting your Christmas gifts delivered after New Year is not an option. The uncertainty of delivery makes many shoppers opt for the more traditional retail stores to complete their shopping on time. You can capture these shoppers and even those last-minute shoppers by providing multiple shipping options ranging from 7 day delivery to overnight shipping.

Ignify eCommerce lets you set up various shipping carriers such as UPS, USPS, FedEx, etc. and make them available on your web store for the customer to choose from. Not only can you provide a choice of shipping carriers, the customers can also have different items in their order delivered to different addresses using different carriers. This ability to ship to multiple addresses can be particularly attractive to shoppers who do not want to miss out on the opportunity to send gifts to friends and relatives out of town. 

Multiple shipping options

Provide your shoppers multiple shipping options.

So this festive season make your customer feel like a king and let him shop across your multiple web stores using the device of his choice, place his order with the payment method and shipping carrier to his convenience, and then also have his gifts hand-delivered to different locations on his behalf, without ever having to leave the comfort of his chair!

For more information on how to optimize your web store for the holiday season, please email us at

Manasi Kulkarni is a Product Marketer at Ignify. Ignify is a technology provider of ERP, CRM, eCommerce, and Point of Sale software solutions to organizations. Ignify is winner/finalist of the worldwide Microsoft Partner of the Year Award in 2014, 2013, 2012 and 2011. Ignify has been included as the fastest growing businesses in North America for seven years in a row by Deloitte, Inc Magazine and Entrepreneur Magazine from 2007 to 2013.