Sometimes a business might need to change its website's domain name. There are a few reasons why you might need to do this.
SEO | 8 min read
How to Leverage Local SEO for Your Online Store
Search engine optimization (SEO) is important for any business operating online. From multinational corporations to small businesses, a good SEO strategy will increase online visibility. This means more people searching for your services and visiting your pages.
Web Design | 10 min read
Popular Website Wireframe Tools for Web Design
Building a website is a lot easier than it used to be. However, it's still a significant project. And just like any other type of project, you need a solid plan.
The layout of your website is the most crucial part of this plan. Colors, graphics, and other content can all be changed much more easily than the layout. Think of the layout as your site's skeleton. It determines the structure of each page, to be fleshed out later.
Managing a team, whether in a small business or large corporation, is no easy task. The better technology becomes, the more distractions there are.
In today’s fast-paced world, efficiency and time are key factors in determining productivity. To ensure efficiency and timely output, leaders need to actively measure their employees’ time and boost their productivity.
eCommerce Marketing | 11 min read
SMB Marketing Checklist: 10 Small Business Marketing Ideas for Success
Over 2.14 billion people will make a purchase online in 2021, according to Statista. If you're a small business owner, that statistic alone may be enough to make you want to throw money at digital marketing.
Shipping charges tend to rise as your packages go further, and carriers determine how much your price scales by seeing how far you ship across their U.S. shipping zones. Carriers each carve up the continental map to create their list, with most dividing up the country into seven shipping zones numbered “2” through “8.” These shipping zones can impact both the cost and delivery speeds available for your goods.
Knowing U.S. shipping zones and how they’re calculated can help an eCommerce business[...]
Starting a Business | 8 min read
How to Make an eCommerce Website for Your Brick-And-Mortar Business
Shopping behavior has irreversibly changed since the advent of smart technology. Specifically, shoppers now have the ability to complete shopping cart checkouts from a mobile device in record time with all of their payment information saved. And now, due to global happenings in 2020 and 2021, more compelling reasons have surfaced as to why consumers are choosing to online shop, safety now competing with convenience as their primary motivation.
Additionally, brick-and-mortar stores themselves[...]
Google has become an integral part of our lives, but even more so for online retailers.
The pandemic accelerated the trend towards digitalization of shopping, communication, and much more. While online shopping was common pre-pandemic, demographics that previously hadn’t used technology as much - such as seniors - learned how to do everything from grocery shopping to medication ordering online simply by necessity.
In the last decade, eCommerce sales have steadily been on the rise. And, the latest projections show that online shopping has picked up in recent times. According to Statista, e-retail revenue is projected to amount to $5.4 trillion in 2022.
Given that online shopping is one of the most popular activities in the world, you must embrace it soon. Importantly, you should not seek to do it just like everybody else does.
So you’ve made a smart move and decided to opt for a fulfillment provider. You’re definitely on the right track as far as business decisions go. However, the question now is, “How do I make sure I’m choosing the right fulfillment company for my business?” There are several options to choose from and, as a business owner, making the wrong choice can have serious consequences for your company.
Your word as an online seller will always have limited power. No matter how big your operation becomes and how firmly you fix your brand in the minds of your target audience, every claim you issue about your products will be taken with more as grain of salt — and it’s all due to your obvious bias. You want people to buy from you, so of course you’ll have good things to say about your value propositions, and of course you’ll hide all the negatives.
A product launch represents the culmination of months or even years of hard work researching, developing, and perfecting a new product. It signifies a product’s first foray into the market, and, as we all know, first impressions are critical. It is important to ask ourselves, then, why so many product launches fail.
Cart abandonment online is a serious problem for retailers and online store owners. Not only do people abandoning their carts leave you, as the store owner, feeling seriously frustrated, but they dramatically reduce the amount of revenue your business brings in. In fact, most conservative estimates reveal that more than 70% of all sales are lost online because of cart abandonment. Some estimates on the higher end believe the actual number of sales lost because of shopping cart abandonment is[...]
Is your online business experiencing low conversion rates, abandoned carts, and poor sales figures? Rather than putting more money into ads in an effort to generate leads, chances are that you could optimize your website’s performance by redesigning it with UX in mind.
Starting your own business is exciting, but it can also be a bit daunting to learn exactly where to start. Understanding the different types of businesses that you can choose from is an important first step.
Will you have a partnership, sole proprietorship, or non-profit organization? Which is best for the dreams you’re building? We’ll discuss the five most popular types of companies and how they work so that you can make an informed decision.
Every business owner is looking for ways to reach more customers. Multichannel eCommerce — selling your products on more than one website or marketplace — is one of the best solutions for doing so. Amazon is a common choice for multichannel sales due to its huge customer base and services like Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) that offer new opportunities for retailers.
Many brands have had great success selling on both Amazon and their own websites, but one of the pitfalls of multichannel eCommerce[...]
Web Design | 14 min read
The 10 Best Landing Page Builders for eCommerce
What are the different types of pages you can find on a shopping website? The answer may be trickier than you would expect. You have the home page, naturally. You have your product pages, as well as the category pages that organize them. There are checkout pages, which guide customers into placing orders. There are also more informative sections like the About page, the Contact Us page, blog posts, terms and conditions, and more.
Getting leads is one thing, but closing those leads is something entirely different. While it can feel great to have request after request come in for work, the only way you and your business can actually survive is if those requests turn into sales. Whether you’re the one pitching a project or responding to a customer’s need, the better your sales proposal, the better the chances are that you’ll get a “yes” at the end of the day.
Apps & Integrations | 11 min read
4 Ways To Integrate Augmented Reality Into the eCommerce Experience
Online shoppers are more likely to make purchases on websites that offer augmented reality (AR) technology. But, those shoppers are not only making the purchase simply because the site offers AR technology.
They are likely to purchase items because AR technology compels them to do so in a way ordinary eCommerce websites don't. AR gives them a feeling of certainty about the product in a way 2D pictures or words can’t.
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