September 13, 2018

Ecommerce

  • How to Use Instagram to Make More Money for your Online Store
    by Dan Magill on July 18, 2019 at 3:00 pm

    Shoppable Posts Offer a Powerful Way to Connect Followers to Your WooCommerce Store Over one billion users log on to Instagram each month, and half of those use the popular image app every single day. With the addition of shoppable posts and stories on Instagram, those 500 million users can now more easily become your […] The post How to Use Instagram to Make More Money for your Online Store appeared first on WooCommerce. […]

  • Shopify theme specifically for clothing/t-shirts?
    by /u/reddishcheeks on July 18, 2019 at 2:07 pm

    Looking for a theme that is basically plug and play for selling T-Shirts?? Anyone have a recommendation or know of a theme? submitted by /u/reddishcheeks [link] [comments […]

  • 5 Ways Artificial Intelligence Improves Email Marketing
    by Carolyn Nye on July 18, 2019 at 2:00 pm

    Artificial intelligence is not new for email service providers. Email platforms have long recognized that AI can optimize opens and clicks while saving time and money. Here are five ways that AI can improve an email program. The post 5 Ways Artificial Intelligence Improves Email Marketing appeared first on Practical Ecommerce. […]

  • A Deep Dive on Digital Experience Platforms (DXP)
    by Arjé Cahn on July 18, 2019 at 2:00 pm

    You’re watching a basketball game on your favorite sports app. Your favorite player hits a game winner. You celebrate on […]

  • What Shopify theme is this?
    by /u/admirabletomato on July 18, 2019 at 1:32 pm

    What shopify theme is https://voe21.com/ using? submitted by /u/admirabletomato [link] [comments […]

  • Toys ‘R’ Us taps tech startup b8ta to bring its stores into the future
    by Megan Rose Dickey on July 18, 2019 at 1:00 pm

    b8ta, the retail as a service startup that has partnered with the likes of Google and Macy’s, is getting into the kids’ toys space. As part of a new joint venture with Tru Kids Brands, which owns Toys “R” Us, b8ta will bring its expertise in experiential retail to the iconic children’s toy store. Both […]

  • 5 Ways for Amazon Sellers to Elevate Their Brand
    by Vincent Vu on July 18, 2019 at 12:00 pm

    We all want to be rich and successful, but if it was easy, we'd all have it. When it comes to Amazon, however, finding success isn't impossible. All it takes is focus and determination. To start, business owners need to alter their thinking and overall goals. Going from $0 to $100,000 in the first 30 days of a new venture sounds great, but it isn't realistic. […]

  • Is my site good enough to convert??
    by /u/Wohmfg on July 18, 2019 at 11:09 am

    www.askewlabs.co.uk This is my brand new site that I've spent quite a lot of time on and am ready to start driving traffic there now. I don't want to say too much about it as I'd rather people here look at it with an open mind and find anything at all wrong with it, or anything that would stop this from being a successful site. Thanks! submitted by /u/Wohmfg [link] [comments […]

  • Refund customer or encourage to file PayPal dispute?
    by /u/danyay on July 18, 2019 at 10:14 am

    I have a customer who purchased a $174 product from my site via our PayPal merchant option. AOV is $120, so it's a larger-than-average order, but not exceptionally so. Product is custom made. ​ They're claiming they did not receive their package that was sent via UPS and delivered to "Front Door." I initiated a claim and UPS replied days later, indicated they spoke with the seller who acknowledged delivery. ​ Now the customer is still claiming they did not receive their package (despite the UPS acknowledgement, for whatever that's worth). ​ Would you: ​ A) Refund the customer and move on, or B) Encourage the customer to file a PayPal dispute, knowing that PayPal is somewhat fair with their Seller Protection (compared to credit card companies, that is), and handle it from there? submitted by /u/danyay [link] [comments […]

  • EBay picks 5.5% stake in India’s Paytm Mall
    by Manish Singh on July 18, 2019 at 7:58 am

    EBay said today it is buying a 5.5% stake in e-commerce marketplace Paytm Mall as the global firm makes another push to gain footprint in India’s fast-growing e-commerce market. The two firms did not disclose financial terms of the deal, but a source familiar with the matter told TechCrunch that EBay has invested between $150 […]

  • Niche ecommerce store, feedback please??
    by /u/brendalways on July 18, 2019 at 5:10 am

    Hellloo! I just started an online store selling womens pajamas. Ive been doing everything by myself and am pretty new to this, and would love to get some feedback on the website! I am also doing things on a tight budget so cant really spend a lot on marketing.... What are some ways to increase traffic by improving SEO? Since my product is just pajamas... its hard to create and generate a lot of written content.... www.pajambox.com submitted by /u/brendalways [link] [comments […]

  • Learning about sales funnels, where is the best to create sales funnel website?
    by /u/jamesftf on July 17, 2019 at 11:33 pm

    Hi! ​ I am studying on my own from google and youtube about sales funnels. ​ I came across with an article that explains 22 types of sales funnels. ​ I am just wondering which platform/template/website should I use to create sales funnels? ​ Is it some landing page? Or company such as clickfunnel that does it for you? ​ Link for an article - https://www.craigcherlet.com/22-types-of-sales-funnels-that-turn-visitors-into-customers/ submitted by /u/jamesftf [link] [comments […]

  • One day I’ve got zero sales, the next I’ve got several. Little to nothing changes about my marketing technique from a day to day
    by /u/byouguessedit on July 17, 2019 at 10:38 pm

    Anyone know why this could be? submitted by /u/byouguessedit [link] [comments […]

  • Customer Acquisition: How to (Profitably) Gain New Customers for Your Business
    by Mary-Rose Sutton on July 17, 2019 at 8:43 pm

    For many business owners, sales can be unpredictable and gaining new customers can feel like a game of chance. If you want to grow your business consistently and profitably, you need to think of customer acquisition not as an outcome but as a process. Here's an in-depth look at the customer acquisition equation, including how to calculate customer acquisition cost and 7 strategies you can try.Mor […]

  • Why am I not getting any sales 😩
    by /u/DonnaHuee on July 17, 2019 at 6:07 pm

    I opened my online store 2 weeks ago, and have been getting consistent traffic through Facebook/Instagram ads, google ads, and by engaging with users on twitter. I’ve been seeing about 20-40 users visit my site a day. Average duration on the site is 30 seconds, bounce rate about 65%, and I’ve seen some page views but very little add to carts. My ads are set for traffic, not conversion, as I want to build up my pixel to make a lookalike audience for conversion later. Still, I expected to see some sales from this traffic. Is that a bad expectation? I do not want to include my web address on this post to avoid any having a bunch of traffic not relevant to my niche, but if you have strong e-marketing and online store experience, and are willing to help, would you comment or PM me so I can share more info? Thanks! submitted by /u/DonnaHuee [link] [comments […]

  • Facebook’s regulation dodge: Let us, or China will
    by Josh Constine on July 17, 2019 at 5:56 pm

    Facebook is leaning on fears of China exporting its authoritarian social values to counter arguments that it should be broken up or slowed down. Its top executives have each claimed that if the U.S. limits its size, blocks its acquisitions or bans its cryptocurrency, Chinese company’s absent these restrictions will win abroad, bringing more power […]

  • In a bit over my head with semi complex old java webstore/inventory/order management
    by /u/dr_patso on July 17, 2019 at 4:53 pm

    Wondering if I could get some suggestions on where to start, with a migration to another platform. This is a parts store that has 45K active items in the inventory table and 200K products in product table. ~30 orders max a month, typically sub 15K revenue per month. ​ Here are the must have additional fields, would prefer an inventory and product table type setup: ​ Pretty custom stuff for inventoryitem table (proudct table is pretty standard, prodid, part number etc) ​ -pick list and packing slip for warehouse -Quantity -warehouse -warehouse location of inventory table item -part condition -consignment status -consignment owner -ownership percentage -accounts payable - accounting stuff -accounts receivable - accounting stuff ​ Maybe it would be smart to ditch the consignment stuff and stand up some kind of legacy search on the old database. I'm a lost puppy, IT guy with some sql experience and no coding but I can figure out how to modify and set up plugins etc. submitted by /u/dr_patso [link] [comments […]

  • Clothing manufacturers
    by /u/lukephelps on July 17, 2019 at 3:33 pm

    I'm looking for a clothing manufacturer who can produce striped shirts etc for me to screen print on to for my ecommerce business, but I cant find any manufacturer that can do that. What should I search for on the internet to find manufacturers that can do this? submitted by /u/lukephelps [link] [comments […]

  • Domain purchasing
    by /u/NztyNate on July 17, 2019 at 2:58 pm

    Hey all! Getting started on the road to setting up shop. I've found a domain that matches my product name - however it's owned by a domain farm. I've contacted them to see what their expectation of the price of the domain is and they are asking quite a hefty price. They say "Make an offer" for the domain, but they're actually expecting a minimum offer of $4,000 for it. Personally, I don't think it's worth that - but they might not care what I think it's worth. Do any of you have experience with these companies, are they just trying to get the highest value for the domain, or can I throw in a low ball offer of $500 and see if they'll take it. I figured I would reach out here as I'm hoping some of you have experience. Additionally, if they decide my offer is not good enough, is it detrimental to go with a domain that is cheaper but the same idea? So for example, instead of McDonalds.com, I would register getMcDonalds.com as it's $2.99 right now. Any help is appreciated! submitted by /u/NztyNate [link] [comments […]

  • Amazon sells over 175M items during Prime Day 2019, more than Black Friday & Cyber Monday combined
    by Sarah Perez on July 17, 2019 at 2:45 pm

    Amid worker protests and antitrust investigations, Amazon’s Prime Day sales event carried on as usual — and that means it again set new records for the online retailer. This time, Amazon says Prime Day 2019 was bigger than both Black Friday and Cyber Monday combined, as Prime members purchased more than 175 million items during […]

  • Testing products and holding inventory.
    by /u/172_16_0_1 on July 17, 2019 at 2:06 pm

    I am currently in the process of starting a online store and while I create the store I’m testing products at work and street markets. The only problem is I feel like I’m always ordering products. I usually will get two of a product to test it out and more once if it seems like a popular product. Any recommendations on how much product to keep on hand while growing my brand? Also does anyone run an online store and a “store front”, how do you track your products? What system do you use? submitted by /u/172_16_0_1 [link] [comments […]

  • News Cart for July 17th + FuelMade’s $50,000 Grant Winner
    by Andrew Youderian on July 17, 2019 at 2:00 pm

    Hello from eCommerce Fuel! Another Prime Day has come and gone. Were the discounts worth it? Increasingly, Amazon and its vendors aren’t the only ones basking in Prime Day bucks. Early data show other retailers got a boost from the massive two-day promotion. Amazon is investing $700 million in another kind of promotion: better jobs. [...] The post News Cart for July 17th + FuelMade’s $50,000 Grant Winner appeared first on eCommerceFuel. […]

  • SEO: Optimizing Crawl Budget for Ecommerce Sites
    by Armando Roggio on July 17, 2019 at 1:57 pm

    Optimizing an ecommerce site for crawl budget may impact how often Google's web crawler, Googlebot, visits a given page and how quickly that page appears in search results. It can also guide Googlebot to the most important content on a site, which could impact how those pages rank. The post SEO: Optimizing Crawl Budget for Ecommerce Sites appeared first on Practical Ecommerce. […]

  • Uber riders now earn rewards for shopping during their trip with new Cargo app
    by Darrell Etherington on July 17, 2019 at 1:46 pm

    Uber is launching a new shopping app with commerce partner Cargo, a startup with which it signed an exclusive global partnership last year. The app will feature items curated by Uber, including products like Nintendo Switch, Apple hardware, Away luggage, Glossier cosmetics and more, and will be available to download for Uber riders making trips […]

  • Amazon amends seller terms worldwide after German antitrust action
    by Natasha Lomas on July 17, 2019 at 1:07 pm

    Amazon has agreed to make a raft of changes to the business terms it offers sellers on its marketplaces following an intervention by Germany’s Federal Cartel Office (FCO). The regulator instigated an investigation in November last year after receiving a large number of complaints from sellers pertaining to Amazon’s German marketplace, amazon.de: The largest of […]

 

WP to LinkedIn Auto Publish Powered By : XYZScripts.com