They assert that customers require pampering. I’m sure you’ve already taken steps toward this goal in your business by incorporating your users and their beliefs, but there is one more thing you can do to improve your website. That is merely a way of saying “Thank You.” When you make a purchase in a business, you will typically receive a warm and sincere “Thank You” from the clerk, at which point you may receive a gift or be advised to look at something else in particular, such as a promotion or an upcoming event. Why not replicate this on your e-commerce site, expressing gratitude to each and every customer for their purchase? That will undoubtedly be appreciated by your consumers.