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  • B2B ecommerce recommendations?
    by /u/achakra on May 14, 2021 at 1:20 pm

    Hello! We are a SME and sell industrial spares to businesses and government. We want to pilot ecommerce to test if our customers would be interested. Any recommendations of which platform and software to go with. There are so many out there, Shopify to SAP. Not sure which is suitable for industrial B2B company on a budget and low tech skills. Thank you submitted by /u/achakra [link] [comments]

  • Liquidation Advice
    by /u/a_w08 on May 14, 2021 at 12:42 pm

    I am currently looking to move some stock to make some space for some new stock coming in, but the normal advertising channels are not working (seasonality). Do you guys have any suggestions on how to liquidate stock without losing money (I am willing to let the stock go for cost, just do not want to be spending money to get rid of it). submitted by /u/a_w08 [link] [comments]

  • Has anyone tried podcast ads or sponsorship?
    by /u/mark8wr on May 14, 2021 at 11:46 am

    Personally, the only ads that seem to work on me are podcast ads. I don't surf the web as much as I did back in the day. I use the internet to listen to peoples' voices, and some of these ads just get me. I understand that podcast ads are paired well with classic google/social ads because no one is really going to your landing page (podcast.com/my-product). I also understand the price/barrier to enter issue. Looking for any info about how things turned out for yall. submitted by /u/mark8wr [link] [comments]

  • Why Health and Pharma Are Poised for E-Commerce Disruption
    by Cathie Tie on May 14, 2021 at 11:00 am

    As the digital health space continues to expand, new opportunities are also emerging that enable companies to act in the public good by making healthcare accessible online. Along with the emerging opportunities available in this industry it's important to understand the dynamics that have, historically, made it difficult to enter the health e-commerce space.

  • Hot Takes on the Top ERP and Inventory Tools
    by Andrew Youderian on May 14, 2021 at 10:00 am

    Scott Scharf is co-founder of Catching Clouds, the leaders in e-commerce accounting that offer a solution for entrepreneurs who struggle with understanding – or even getting – accurate financial information about their business. Scott collaborates with his co-founder and wife, Patti Scharf, who is a CPA that provides the deep accounting expertise, while Scott focuses The post Hot Takes on the Top ERP and Inventory Tools appeared first on eCommerceFuel.

  • New EU VAT rules coming July 1st
    by /u/whaleman18 on May 14, 2021 at 9:42 am

    Hey I got an email with an link floship regarding new VAT regulations that might be intresting for some of you. I think the article are more geared towards people who send to the EU from outside the single market. But I might be wrong? Does anyone know how it would work if the business was registered in one country and the goods are being imported and sent for another? submitted by /u/whaleman18 [link] [comments]

  • International Shipping: Picking a Provider & Shipping Around the Globe
    by Lina Vashurina on May 14, 2021 at 6:45 am

    International shipping isn’t as intimidating as it sounds. To prove it, we’re going to walk you through the major things you need to know before you enable international sales in your online store.

  • Can’t unfreeze PayPal account
    by /u/aakashg04 on May 14, 2021 at 5:21 am

    They’ve locked my account until I give them a photo of my drivers license and receipt from supplier. But, the name on my supplier receipt is different from my drivers license. Will they still accept both? Has this happened to anyone? submitted by /u/aakashg04 [link] [comments]

  • Should I pay $1000 for this guy’s course?
    by /u/joveezus on May 14, 2021 at 4:42 am

    https://instagram.com/sal_habibi?igshid=1y2ftxezc46i7 I heard of this guy, Sal, through high school friends who recommended him to me. His course offers 12 weeks worth of material, weekly optional zoom meetings to ask Sal questions, and 1 one on one zoom session with Sal himself. He has a YouTube channel of him saying how he became a 6 figure entrepreneur through Amazon in a year, and came from a hardship living on his parent’s couch and driving Uber. However, since this guy was from around my area, I have seen him once at my job a couple years back and he was flashing a $1000 Supreme/LV wallet which would’ve been before he was an Uber driver. Something doesn’t add up. If anyone knows of this guy and has heard positive things about him, please let me know. I am on the fence of buying his course. Thanks. submitted by /u/joveezus [link] [comments]

  • Chinese suppliers raising prices due to U.S. monetary policy
    by /u/murratw on May 14, 2021 at 12:28 am

    I have had two suppliers in the last month notify us that they will be raising prices 10% due to the U.S. issuing more currency. Has anybody else had this experience? Looks like inflation is coming and we're are experiencing the first hand effects of it. submitted by /u/murratw [link] [comments]

  • What are some options e-commerce businesses use for storing and transporting their inventory?
    by /u/Rudy90_19 on May 13, 2021 at 9:43 pm

    Is it better to rent warehouse space or rent trailers for storage space? submitted by /u/Rudy90_19 [link] [comments]

  • Thoughts on Switching Facebook Checkout Settings?
    by /u/jiggabot on May 13, 2021 at 8:22 pm

    I got an offer from Facebook today that they'll give me credit to run an ad worth $2,500 for free, if I just change my checkout settings on Facebook. I have a small online store and I linked it to a product manager in Facebook so that I could tag products on Instagram. My understanding of switching checkout settings is that if someone sees one of my products listed on Facebook or Instagram and they're interested in buying it, they would be able to buy it within the Facebook app, rather than being directed to my website. And in doing so, Facebook would collect a 5% fee off those transactions (the offer I received did say they would waive fees through June). Obviously, it's an intriguing offer, but I'm a little unsure. Questions for anyone nice enough to actually read this: What are your thoughts/experiences on using Facebook for checkout? Does this apply to Facebook and Instagram? Would I ever be able to switch Facebook checkout methods back to going to my own site? Is a single ad "valued at $2,500" really worth it? I've seen people pour money into Facebook ads and get almost no response. It seems like you have to run a couple campaigns and invest long term to really get Facebook ads to work for you. The weird thing about this subject is how hard it is to get people's actual opinions on this. Facebook has had so many arcane, weird initiatives with selling/ads that it's hard to tell what exactly I'm being offered and how it works. Anytime I actually try to Google the subject, the results are usually just horrible pages that are trying to game SEO or Facebook's own info on the matter. Any feedback is appreciated. submitted by /u/jiggabot [link] [comments]

  • Shopify has produced a lot of wealth, turning former employees into founders and investors
    by Connie Loizos on May 13, 2021 at 7:59 pm

    Last month, Jean-Michel Lemieux, the chief technology officer of Shopify, and the company’s chief talent officer, Brittany Forsyth, both announced that they are stepping down from their roles. Chief legal officer Joe Frasca is also set to leave the e-commerce giant, with all three ending their tenures next month. In their next chapters, all seem keen

  • Would you consider running your e-commerce store using blockchain technology?
    by /u/premiereproductions on May 13, 2021 at 6:57 pm

    As cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology becomes more popular, I see businesses and consumers turning to blockchain to solve some of the inefficiencies with making purchases and transactions online. I am wondering if other e-commerce owners are looking into this tech? View Poll submitted by /u/premiereproductions [link] [comments]

  • Should I use CBO as a beginner for a one-product store?
    by /u/buffinman_ha9000 on May 13, 2021 at 6:24 pm

    I tried posting this on the dropshipping sub, but it was banned. Not sure if this is the best sub, if not, please guide me to one that'll be more of help Basically the title. Working on my first campaign, and CBOS came up pretty often. Just wondering if I should use it in my one-product store. I've done some research, and one source recommended I don't use it, as I want to target one audience (or something along those lines), but that's just one source, wanted to the other opinions. Here's my ad strategy (if it matters): 1 campaign with 5-6 adsets (still working out interests, if there are any tips, feel free to let me know), with a $5 budget for each adset, and 2 different ads for each adset (for testing) Not sure if that's the proper way to describe an ad strategy, so I'll be glad to clear up any confusion If there any improvements I can make to the strategy, please let me know. submitted by /u/buffinman_ha9000 [link] [comments]

  • COVID-19’s Impact on CPG: Ecommerce Stats + Strategies for 2021
    by Sarah Davis on May 13, 2021 at 4:45 pm

    As we approach a post-pandemic world and look back on all of the rapid changes that have happened over the…

  • Connect explore for fb ads
    by /u/mani0987 on May 13, 2021 at 4:06 pm

    Guys anyone here use connect explore for your facebook ads? submitted by /u/mani0987 [link] [comments]

  • Walmart acquires virtual clothing try-on startup Zeekit
    by Sarah Perez on May 13, 2021 at 2:38 pm

    Retail giant Walmart announced this morning it’s acquiring the Tel Aviv-based startup Zeekit, which allows consumers to virtually “try on” clothing when shopping online. The company leverages a combination of real-time image processing, computer vision, deep learning and other AI technology to show shoppers how they would look in an item by way of a

  • Just started a 3PL business. Can anyone recommend any forums or groups?
    by /u/eshai122 on May 13, 2021 at 2:20 pm

    Hey guys. I just launched a 3PL company and I know there’s a need out there. Are there any FB groups or forums I should get involved with? Thanks! submitted by /u/eshai122 [link] [comments]

  • Is the opn-2006 bluetooth scanner worth the nearly $200 price tag?
    by /u/Afitoeb545556 on May 13, 2021 at 1:51 pm

    I want to try to do Amazon FBA and sell books. I’m trying to decide to get a $60 scanner or see if investing in the $200 one will be worth it in the long run? Do you have any suggestions of other scanners I should get? submitted by /u/Afitoeb545556 [link] [comments]

  • Is Apparel Sustainability Real or a Marketing Ploy?
    by Marcia Kaplan on May 13, 2021 at 1:45 pm

    Much of the media assumes consumers want products that are manufactured and sold in an environmentally conscious manner. However, research suggests that sustainability is not the most important factor in consumer decision-making; people may still emphasize price. The post Is Apparel Sustainability Real or a Marketing Ploy? appeared first on Practical Ecommerce.

  • The Ultimate Guide to Local SEO
    by Kathryn Marr on May 13, 2021 at 1:21 pm

    Does your business serve a local area? People are searching for you! Show up with seven proven, actionable strategies for local SEO. Top ways to start fast. The post The Ultimate Guide to Local SEO appeared first on WooCommerce.

  • With its newest round, Liquid Death will exclusively ‘murder your thirst’ at Live Nation events
    by Connie Loizos on May 13, 2021 at 1:05 pm

    Liquid Death, a  four-year-old, LA-based canned mountain water startup that has steadily garnered market share and press coverage by promising, amusingly, to “murder your thirst,” just raised $15 million in Series C funding. The round brings the company’s total backing to date to $50 million. The new financing — it follows a $23 million Series

  • Why can only US based businesses use USPS Stamps.com ??
    by /u/enadhof on May 13, 2021 at 11:36 am

    Has anyone managed to get a stamps.com (USPS) account set up to ship orders out of a 3PL? Our business operates in the US but is registered outside the US. Our stock is located in US 3PL's and according to Shipstation, stamps.com seems to be the best value for shipping orders to US customers. Only problem is they only seem to take registrations from businesses with US addresses and Credit cards? I managed to get around the US address and phone number but both debit cards failed on registration. I can only assume it's because the cards are from international banks? The cards use USD but still don't work 🤷‍♂️ Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks in advance 🙏 submitted by /u/enadhof [link] [comments]

  • Shopify or Ebay store?
    by /u/frankOFWGKTA on May 13, 2021 at 10:11 am

    I sell t shirts on eBay currently and they are selling well but at a slow pace. Is it worth me changing to a Shopify store and running ads. My worry is by selling on eBay i’m merely selling, not building a business. Does anyone have reccomendations? PS the t shirts I sell are very niche and appeal to a certain type of folk, they’re not just generic t shirts. submitted by /u/frankOFWGKTA [link] [comments]