Competing with the big guys in the industry isn’t easy, especially when it comes to ecommerce as they have bigger budgets to spend on promotion and marketing. However, this doesn’t mean that the world of online marketing is closed to smaller players. There are plenty of ways to stay one step ahead of big businesses. This article focuses on category descriptions for ecommerce websites
Email marketing is still a major driving force in ecommerce sales. Even though Social Media gets all the hype, email is what delivers in ways that can be better measured. It’s a direct and personal way to interact with customers. But in order to use its potential, you must have a list of emails and constantly grow your list.
Retail Stores are notorious for not doing enough to encourage repeat business. They don’t have a mechanism in place to keep in touch with customers. You need to have a mailing list and these tips will help you grow your list.
Amazon is a great marketplace and many loyalists start their search on Amazon, not on Google. If you are into ecommerce or planning to get into, consider selling on Amazon. It is a huge marketplace and growing. You benefit from the crowds already on the marketplace looking for products – just like opening a shop in a busy mall. You get in front of people who are already there, shopping with credit card in hand.
Here are 7 tips that will help you succeed on amazon.
I was reviewing the Monday orders for one of our client’s ecommerce sites and noticed that 6 out of his 11 orders today were International orders. That’s more than half his sales today. Are you taking advantage of International sales opportunities? Why not?
I have been selling products on eBay and making money at it. I would like to upload more of our inventory to eBay but it is very time consuming to upload one at a time and then even more so to keep it updated. If I sell something on eBay but I am actually sold out, I have to cancel the order and that sometimes results in negative feedback and eBay lowers my DSR. Does that sound like you?
This is an interesting debate that people considering an online store constantly ask on forums. WooCommerce or Shopify, which one is better, which one should I go with.
As ecommerce specialists, we develop both WooCommerce and Shopify websites along with other popular ones. But lets look at this questions of WooCommerce or Shopify…
Walmart.com is growing in popularity as an alternative to Amazon.com and more and more merchants are taking a look at. Like Amazon, you can upload products to the Walmart marketplace one at a time or a few at a time. If you have dozens of products, you can upload as an Excel file to make life a little more organized. But what about bulk upload to Walmart.com ?
UMP – http://uploadmyproducts.com is a SaaS service that pulls inventory data from your ecommerce platform and pushes it to multiple marketplaces. UMP previously had successfully implemented Push or uploads to eBay, Amazon, Google Shopping and Shopping.com. It can now upload to Walmart.com also helping merchants give even more exposure to their products.
Online clothing stores are becoming an increasingly popular trend on the internet. If you see potential in this trend, you are not alone. There is no time like the present to open your own online clothing store…