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  • Recommended Merchant Account for Vape Store
    by /u/xbaha on June 12, 2024 at 9:45 am

    Please let me know if you use a merchant account from a good and cheap company, that does not reserve money, you can cashout whenever you want, and no BS business. thanks submitted by /u/xbaha [link] [comments]

  • Use Shopify domain on other platforms
    by /u/ChubbyWallaby on June 12, 2024 at 9:43 am

    I have purchased a 12 month domain through Shopify, but I have decided to build my store on a different platform. Will I be able to use my domain on other platforms, and if so, how. Thanks in advance for all replies 🙏🏼 submitted by /u/ChubbyWallaby [link] [comments]

  • Dutch E-commerce Site Owners - Let's Collaborate and Improve Together!
    by /u/edmcatman on June 12, 2024 at 8:15 am

    In the spirit of "dare to ask," I'm looking for fellow Dutch e-commerce site owners. The goal of this post is to review each other's webshops, learn from each other's pain points, and optimize our sites together. I personally use WooCommerce, but any platform with challenges is welcome. Preference is for Dutch speakers for easier communication, but English is also fine. submitted by /u/edmcatman [link] [comments]

  • What's your experience with Midjourney for generating product and models photography?
    by /u/xenstar1 on June 12, 2024 at 7:34 am

    So I came across this course that claims to teach you how to create AI models and combine them with Photoshop. The results look pretty amazing - https://snipboard.io/pakMwb.jpg I'm thinking about buying the course, but I'm not sure if it's worth the investment. Has anyone else used midjourney to generate AI models for their brands and using in the paid ads? Does it really work or is it just too good to be true? I'd love to hear some feedback before deciding whether to buy it or not. submitted by /u/xenstar1 [link] [comments]

  • GMCShipping and returns 'Shipping settings are being handled by WooCommerce'
    by /u/Sandforddd on June 12, 2024 at 6:14 am

    My clients GMC Shipping and returns settings show 'Shipping settings are being handled by WooCommerce' as there a the WooCommerce API link. However: Beneath this however there is a section stating 'To show products to customers in all the countries you sell in, add your shipping information for the following countries All products are flagged for 'Missing shipping information, Add shipping information in Merchant Center so customers know the delivery time and cost' is the solution to this to simply add in Shipping settings manually for each country that mirror/are the same as WooCommerce? submitted by /u/Sandforddd [link] [comments]

  • Tips for Streamlining Shopify Customer Inquiry Management?
    by /u/Chance-Map-3538 on June 12, 2024 at 6:10 am

    I've just started an online store for camping gear on Shopify, but I'm overwhelmed by the number of customer inquiries. It's taking up so much of my time and driving me nuts. Does anyone have any efficient methods or tools for handling these inquiries? Any help would be awesome. Thanks! submitted by /u/Chance-Map-3538 [link] [comments]

  • Lanyards
    by /u/Consistent-Foot2892 on June 12, 2024 at 4:53 am

    Does anybody know a website where I can create lanyards but then also have my own storefront/website or have a way to connect one to another? Thanks submitted by /u/Consistent-Foot2892 [link] [comments]

  • Where’s everyone getting their site designs / brand standards from?
    by /u/Llama_Wrangler on June 12, 2024 at 1:22 am

    Out of curiosity, how are people here going about designing the look and feel of their brands? I don’t just mean choosing a theme, I mean developing a whole cohesive brand aesthetic including color palette, fonts, design elements, etc. In particular, if you found someone from outside of your existing network, please share in the comments how you went about finding them. View Poll submitted by /u/Llama_Wrangler [link] [comments]

  • Does anyone know the legality of using store bought ingredients (salt, herbs, etc.) for a food product to be sold?
    by /u/dkdaniel on June 12, 2024 at 1:09 am

    I'm working on a food product that will use small quantities of salt, so buying in bulk/wholesale isn't desirable. Can I just use store bought salt? Is this legal from the perspectives of both the salt manufacturer and FDA regulations? submitted by /u/dkdaniel [link] [comments]

  • Looking for critique or suggestions on a commerce/eCommerce/inventory system that I want to implement at a struggling computer reseller store and IT shop
    by /u/tarnok on June 11, 2024 at 10:54 pm

    Hi everyone! I am helping out at a company that buys/fixes/repairs and resells PCs, laptops and servers either from offlease or custom orders. For reselling they primarily use ebay, facebook marketplace, kiji adds or direct email orders from business contacts that know the business over the last decade. They have a small set of reliable customers that come back. There is no online storefront. there is no actual brick and mortar storefront, but walk-ins come all the time from local kijiji or facebook ads and then it is a scramble to look for the machines to sell and either make clunky invoices from google sheets, manually entering everything or use our bank CC/debit card reader to accept card payments and print a quick receipt with the unit details. There is a storage area for units and a tech workshop filled to the brim with parts and units and absolutely zero inventory system/management of where everything is or comes. There is no managment of when stock comes in and when stock goes out we're lucky to even update it across our storefronts save for a place liek eBay that automatically does it. It is amazing the business continues to run. I have decided enough is enough and I am going to try anbd fix this What I need: -Customer CRM and project management with a online storefront and local POS all synced across the other store channels such as eBay so we can co-currently sell through our website, emails or keep selling the same stock on eBay all the while being able to see what stock we have and where its going. What I think I should do: I heard about Bigcommerce and think it might fit the bill for inventory and storefront management across the channels as well as make an actual ONLINE store and we can sync with ebay while sending local customers to our online storefront. I would then integrate that up with Monday.com CRM to help with project managangment when we get personal orders from customers from emails and, help build custom servers/PCs as that sometiems takes a week or two waiting on custom parts being delievered. I would also need a way to make or register barcodes for machines and random inventory to help easily scan and sell/manage inventory them and I thought the Kodbar app might be useful there? Am I thinking too big? is this impossible? Would shopify be better? Thanks for reading! submitted by /u/tarnok [link] [comments]

  • Cost Caps arent working
    by /u/apkijaan on June 11, 2024 at 10:31 pm

    I have recently launched my own Print on Demand (POD) store and attempted to run a Cost Cap campaign. However, I am facing difficulties as the campaign is not spending. You may visit my store at dripflux.com. Despite setting the cost limit at $15, the campaign is not spending. I would greatly appreciate if you could provide me with recommendations on what steps I should take. submitted by /u/apkijaan [link] [comments]

  • Sports Handicap Business
    by /u/FingerFantastic361 on June 11, 2024 at 10:14 pm

    Another odd business post from me! I’ve been given the opportunity to help launch a sports betting handicap company. To keep it simple, it will be a monthly subscription based model to get different levels of picks. There’s no gambling on the website, it’s just suggestions based off of a model that’s been testing for over 10 years. My question: it seems like Shopify does not allow any sort of sports betting, even if it’s just picks. Would word press be the best option? I need to also find a good subscription model for (high risk?) sales. We do have an attorney that’s looking over all of the legal disclaimers but this whole industry still seems a bit weird to me. From what I’ve gathered, we won’t need a gaming licenses since there’s no placement of bets on our website. Anyways, anything helps! Would love to hear others experience with this industry as well and how it worked out for them. submitted by /u/FingerFantastic361 [link] [comments]

  • Anyone ever heard of PattyEcomm
    by /u/pinki-me on June 11, 2024 at 8:52 pm

    So i got the message from a guy on ig about helping with ecommerce. He says he will a 1 on 1 coaching program with me where he builds stuff for me and then hands it to me. I couldn't find anything online about this guy. His IG is since 2018 but doesn't have much and some of the pics are showing off but its not even well done. Everything he says tho makes sense. I asked him to show me some proof about his legitimacy and he sent me some videos showing brand new shopify stores that are not done and i could do in a day, and his telegram chats with other ppl which i didnt even see inside of, just a list of ppl he is messaging. But ya, i just dont get how his account has been around since 2018 and i cant find any reviews on him. submitted by /u/pinki-me [link] [comments]

  • Marketing a small, novel electronic device. Need assistance with how to proceed.
    by /u/epice500 on June 11, 2024 at 8:07 pm

    I have built a small, novel electronic device which works with software I wrote for PC’s. I have finished having it certified, and I also have a patent being filed for it right now, with funding I managed to get (for patenting specifically). Until recently, I have been working with a small marketing agency that promised to deliver assets to use in the marketing of my product, as well as strategy and analysis. I was very disappointed in the quality of the assets delivered, even after revision (frankly looked like a mediocre high school marketing project), so I ended my contract with them. Now I am trying to figure out how to market it myself. As far as I can tell, this involves producing assets for social media and other websites plus maybe a video, then figuring out how to target the right people using advertising services from Facebook, Google etc. There are a few paths I can see: I can DIY this, producing the assets myself and posting them using ecommerce marketing solutions mentioned above. I can hire someone to create the assets for me, then do the setup/advertising myself. I can hire someone to do both, but I fear this will be too expensive. I can seek out a better, more reputable agency to assist me, however I am feeling reluctant to do this based on my previous experience. The product is somewhat niche, I haven’t been able to find anything else like it online, and the patentability analysis my lawyers conducted concluded that it is novel. Therefore, I believe that special care will have to be taken when marketing this. I am just at a bit of a loss as to how to proceed with the marketing. My experience is mostly in technology, I know some basic things about marketing and graphic design but not much else. I should also mention my website is already mostly built and am about a month or two away from my patent getting filed and the device being ready to launch. Any assistance/suggestions with how to proceed are greatly appreciated. If you require any further information, I am happy to provide it. Thank you! submitted by /u/epice500 [link] [comments]

  • React Frontend, best way to handle the backend and managenent?
    by /u/Burning_Cinder on June 11, 2024 at 7:17 pm

    Hello there! I work for a company that got a deal with a small clothing store. I was asked to create the entire ecommerce and search for possible solutions. I was considering at first WP + Woocommerce, but I wanted more info about ways of doing it with ReactJs. I thought maybe React + Shopify API or BigCommerce, but I'm completely lost about the pricing. So I came here to ask more about their usage, specifically all the costs that it could generate for my employer or their client. What exactly would have to be paid? One-time fees or monthly fees? Any specific things that should be mentioned to my company before they make a decision on any of these solutions? They do not have any previous knowledge of these solutions, so I would need to be really prepared before convincing them and moving on to the actual development part. Thank you so much for your time! submitted by /u/Burning_Cinder [link] [comments]

  • Would be grateful for critique on shop website 🙏
    by /u/bobby_pablo on June 11, 2024 at 5:36 pm

    Here is the shop url: https://macrokitchenware.co/ My target customer is diabetics. Just launched. I have some sales, but I know something isn't right. I'm aware I have some blind spots. It's really tough when you're too close to it for awhile. Will absolutely implement any critique you offer, as I'm about to revamp the site soon anyways and going to launch pre-orders for 2 new product lines to test market demand and collect product feedback. Would appreciate any and all critique. 🙏 I need to improve the shop site. submitted by /u/bobby_pablo [link] [comments]

  • A lot of mentors are scams posts when I search past threads.. but..
    by /u/jskyerabbit on June 11, 2024 at 5:04 pm

    How do new comers find good mentors? When I had service businesses they definitely benefited from mentors. Now I want to start online sales. I believe in the power of a mentor. So, scams aside, who is real? Who do I avoid? TLDR: Scams happen. Who is a real mentor? submitted by /u/jskyerabbit [link] [comments]

  • Ex Sneaker Botter Turns Cybersecurity Expert To Protect E-Tailers
    by E-Commerce Times on June 11, 2024 at 3:00 pm

    A former "sneaker botter" who for years programmed bots to take advantage of e-commerce platforms now uses his experience to combat bot attacks to raid merchants' websites and prevent Account Takeover (ATO) attacks. The post Ex Sneaker Botter Turns Cybersecurity Expert To Protect E-Tailers appeared first on E-Commerce Times.

  • Scaling Winning Ad Set and Creative - Facebook Ads
    by /u/capodiluka on June 11, 2024 at 2:47 pm

    Hey guys, can i scale one winning adset and creative by duplicating it multiple times? i have multiple profitable adsets with $30/day and they are profitable for over a month, so they spent $900+. Can i duplicate winning adset multiple times with the same budget or should i increase the budget to $50 and duplicate it 3x? Thanks in advance! submitted by /u/capodiluka [link] [comments]

  • How To Start a Blog and Grow Your Audience in 2024
    by Michael Keenan on June 11, 2024 at 2:30 pm

    his step-by-step guide will take you through how to start and grow a blog into a source of traffic and income. While it's meant for those who haven’t started a business yet, it’s also relevant for existing businesses that want to up their blogging game.More

  • Best software for wholesale account management?
    by /u/CuriousInflation6 on June 11, 2024 at 1:24 pm

    Hi r/ecommerce, What do you folks use for managing your accounts? Mainly for checking in with your existing accounts for potential reorders/POs on their end? Already talked to a bunch of people who mainly rely on offshore outbound contact centers for this, but figured there ought to be a quicker and better way to do this. submitted by /u/CuriousInflation6 [link] [comments]

  • What is your experience with hiring a consulting/marketing firm?
    by /u/HomeTownRiot on June 11, 2024 at 1:23 pm

    I’m at the stage where growth and driving traffic to my site is the next step, but I’m more or less banging my head against a wall trying to strategize the best way, or even how, to do this. I ran across a consulting firm that claims to be able to help by providing my brand a curated strategy for growth for the next 12 months. It’s $6000 for the year. I have to do the work and they provide the strategy abased on Analytics. I like what they are saying but don’t have the experience hiring firms like this. Any advice from others who have tried a consultant? submitted by /u/HomeTownRiot [link] [comments]

  • Section 321, Canada to US - beauty products.
    by /u/Nscocean on June 11, 2024 at 12:07 pm

    Any one have experience in this area I could ask a few questions to? submitted by /u/Nscocean [link] [comments]

  • 19 Free Web Design Tools, Spring 2024
    by Sig Ueland on June 11, 2024 at 11:19 am

    This installment of our quarterly rundown includes tools for AI images, audio and video editors, color palettes, multisite management, visual testing, website builders, free fonts, and more. The post 19 Free Web Design Tools, Spring 2024 appeared first on Practical Ecommerce.

  • Word press or Shopify?
    by /u/_illimitable on June 11, 2024 at 9:54 am

    I'm going to create a website to sell my product, but I want to see opinions about these two options. Or if someone has another suggestion, I would like to know about it. submitted by /u/_illimitable [link] [comments]