You’ve just pushed your eCommerce store live on your website - or maybe you’re an eCommerce veteran and you’re strategizing next steps - either way, you’re looking for a simple way to set yourself up for shipping success. If you want to save yourself heartache and get on track for eCommerce success, you'll need learn the ins and outs of shipping. It's critical to your business’ growth to establish good shipping habits early on in your company’s lifetime. You’ll need a solid understanding of how to ship your store orders out so you can focus on developing your products and other aspects of your online business. Cover all your shipping bases by following the tips outlined below.
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While large chain stores can often offer low prices, predictable inventory and flashy displays, don't be intimidated by their size. Bigger is not always better when it comes to connecting with customers and earning sales. The trick is to take advantage of the benefits of being small and nimble. Here are four tips to help small business owners and websites compete against the big guys – and win.
Amazing product photography is the key increasing your eCommerce sales. If you’re confident in what you’re selling, your customers will be confident in what they’re buying. It might seem complicated at first, but product photography is a lot of fun and it’s surprisingly easy. Here are 7 tips to help you take better photos and increase your sales.
One of the big secrets to good web design is how you use color. It's not just about picking out a nice palette. It's about choosing colors for different jobs, and then using them in strategic ways. Here are some ways to bring color to your website.
Every company, regardless of industry, shares one common goal: to increase revenue and profit.
Although Internet trends come and go, one trend that is here to stay and will certainly be increasing is the preference for websites people can trust.
Do you have killer interview skills? Awesome. Does your resume read like a billboard for Success, USA? Killer. But what about your online presence? With more and more employers, clients, and potential business partners checking out new contacts online, your digital persona may be holding you back. Here are five things that are guaranteed to make you look unprofessional online, along with what you can do to ensure these mistakes do not hijack your professional reputation.
Potential customers use local search and reviews to research your business before becoming actual customers. You can ensure the data they find is correct by claiming and verifying your location information online. Incorrect or missing information can have a negative effect on your business and reputation.
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