Analyzing the Impact of Customer Retention on Profits
by Armando Roggio on March 26, 2019 at 9:00 am
Customer retention is a good indicator of an ecommerce business’s potential for long-term growth and success. With this in mind, ecommerce owners and managers should consider making customer retention a ... The post Analyzing the Impact of Customer Retention on Profits appeared first on Practical Ecommerce. […]
The Pillar Approach: Turning a Live Twitch Show Into Months of Content
by Felix Thea on March 26, 2019 at 3:30 am
In this episode of Shopify Masters, you’ll learn from two entrepreneurs who hosted an "online festival" on Twitch that they used to generate months of content for all their social media platforms. It's called the "pillar approach", and you can apply it to your marketing too.Mor […]
Accounting for POD - How to handle Printful Wallet
by /u/thatohguy on March 25, 2019 at 10:45 pm
From an accounting perspective in Quickbooks or Freshbooks is there a preferred way to handle instances where something such as Printful's Wallet comes into play. What would be the best way to track COGS out of the pre-payment to Printful or any other POD company for that matter? submitted by /u/thatohguy [link] [comments […]
Setting up an online PopUp Store - Part 1
by /u/data_driven_approach on March 25, 2019 at 9:32 pm
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E-commerce business setup
by /u/tharmor on March 25, 2019 at 9:28 pm
Hi All...want to setup my e-commerce business..would appreciate any inputs whats involved. Below is what i am planning to do 1) Website 2) order management - route orders to various suppliers 3) Payment checkouts 4) Delivery Thanks in advance submitted by /u/tharmor [link] [comments […]
T-Mobile's Home Broadband Carrot
by Jeff Kagan on March 25, 2019 at 7:43 pm
Not long ago, T-Mobile COO Mike Sievert said the company would start selling a wireless home broadband service. Now, it looks as though it has begun a pilot program of invited users. However, there is an important catch with respect to this new service: the motive behind it. Sievert made it clear that growth with this new service will be possible only with a Sprint merger. That's too bad. […]
Switching from POD to manufacturers with Shopify.
by /u/nicklolololololol on March 25, 2019 at 6:41 pm
Hi, I've been running ABSÜRE CLOTHING for a little less than a year now using Printful + Shopify combo. After a while grinding and recently investing in SEO, we are getting a decent amount of revenue and traffic. At this point I have realised I am doing a little over £15 over £50 orders, which to me it seems ridiculous, so I plan to switch to manufactured products in 2 months time. What is it that I should know about this switch? Is there anyone here that has done something similar recently that could give me some tips regarding how to ship orders, print labels and if there is any manufacturer based in London here that prints DTG ? submitted by /u/nicklolololololol [link] [comments […]
by /u/kminimini on March 25, 2019 at 5:22 pm
I have been a loyal 5 year client to Shopify, and now thinking of changing to a different ecommerce platform. I need a site to sell products with a text box, delivery date checker on checkout and delivery fees option on checkout. Any recommendations? submitted by /u/kminimini [link] [comments […]
Facebook / Insta eCommerce - Products say "Out of stock"???
by /u/mikaselm on March 25, 2019 at 4:43 pm
Hello, all! I've been trying to get my products up on Facebook, with the goal of enabling native checkout from within the facebook platform... I've uploaded my items into my catalog in business manager (via csv upload), and everything looks great there. All items show up and they're all listed as in-stock and it's great. When I go do my actual shop, however, only one item shows up, and it's listed as out of stock. I was able to contact Facebook about it, but they've not been helpful at all. Does anyone have an idea as to what this means or what I could be doing wrong? I'm sure more info is needed for troubleshooting, but I'm not what's relevant. I'll update with any requested info, tho. Thanks! submitted by /u/mikaselm [link] [comments […]
Yunji, a startup that enables social commerce via WeChat, files for $200M US IPO
by Rita Liao on March 25, 2019 at 2:54 pm
China’s Pinduoduo was all the rage in 2018 as the e-commerce upstart quickly rose to challenge Alibaba and raised $1.63 billion through a Nasdaq listing. Much of its success was attributable to its link to WeChat, China’s messaging leader. Now, another emerging e-commerce player that has leveraged WeChat is gearing up for a listing in […]
Building an Ecommerce Business, Part 13: Raising Money
by Eric Bandholz on March 25, 2019 at 2:10 pm
Launching an ecommerce business takes perseverance, passion, and, typically, money. Raising that money can be time-consuming and frustrating. I recently spoke with Joshua Bingaman and Brad Day of Helm Boots, a manufacturer and seller of handcrafted leather boots. We discussed the process of evolving from a start-up, bootstrapped company to one that needs investors, money, and structure. The post Building an Ecommerce Business, Part 13: Raising Money appeared first on Practical Ecommerce. […]
Testing a product that doesn't exist?
by /u/shootinputin33 on March 25, 2019 at 1:47 pm
Is there an option to test a poster/canvas design without putting up a shop? Only target advertise the product itself on facebook and seeing how many clicks and etc? submitted by /u/shootinputin33 [link] [comments […]
Four International Brands Using PrestaShop E-commerce in China
by QPSoftware on March 25, 2019 at 10:36 am
Despite the ups and downs of the local economy, E-commerce continues to be a positive trend in China. The Chinese market has become a major goal for international brands. […]
14 New Ecommerce Books for Spring 2019
by Sig Ueland on March 25, 2019 at 10:17 am
Spring is finally here with a new batch of ecommerce books. There are titles on advertising on Amazon, omnichannel strategy, blockchain, user experience, artificial intelligence, social media marketing, podcasting, and drop shipping. The post 14 New Ecommerce Books for Spring 2019 appeared first on Practical Ecommerce. […]
Mailchimp and Shopify divorce: how do you work it out if use both?
by /u/levashovbiz on March 25, 2019 at 9:10 am
Migrate to other eDM software, using 3rd party integrations, move from Shipify to other eCommerce platform)? submitted by /u/levashovbiz [link] [comments […]
Customer Service 101: A Guide to Providing Stand-Out Support Experiences
by Gregory Ciotti on March 25, 2019 at 12:00 am
Great customer service is the new standard. Is your business keeping up? Today, we'll cover the skills, tips, and tools you need to deliver an outstanding support experience.Mor […]
e-commerce online courses?
by /u/xristos_forokolomvos on March 24, 2019 at 11:02 pm
Has anyone followed any online e-commerce courses and found them useful? If so can you suggest any? submitted by /u/xristos_forokolomvos [link] [comments […]
Would you be more interested in learning to scale your store with Youtube ads or advanced Email strategies?
by /u/divbase on March 24, 2019 at 5:51 pm
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Looking for a partner.
by /u/will3675 on March 24, 2019 at 5:39 pm
Hey everyone, I'm Will I'm a conversion optimization consultant working out of Austin Texas. I have years of E-commerce experience when it comes to digital merchandising, conversion optimization, and overall e-commerce. I feel like being part of a ecom business and having a partner. I just thought I reach out and see if there's anyone about to start something ecom related that would like to have someone in ecom as a partner. If you have questions feel free to ask. submitted by /u/will3675 [link] [comments […]
How to Create a Unique and Memorable Logo: The Beginner’s Guide
by Tim Rocke on March 24, 2019 at 4:00 pm
With this beginner's guide, learn to create a logo for your business that's unique & memorable. You can only make a first impression once so make it count. The post How to Create a Unique and Memorable Logo: The Beginner’s Guide appeared first on A Better Lemonade Stand. […]
SEO: Lessons from Google’s ‘rel=prev/next’ Pagination Identifier
by Jill Kocher Brown on March 24, 2019 at 2:42 pm
Search engine optimization professionals were caught off guard this week by Google’s admission that it hasn’t used its pagination identifier in “a number of years.” The admission reinforces the requirement ... The post SEO: Lessons from Google’s ‘rel=prev/next’ Pagination Identifier appeared first on Practical Ecommerce. […]
Shopify 30-45-60 days trials, can you get them?
by /u/fuggetboutit on March 24, 2019 at 9:30 am
Are the prolonged trials still available somewhere? submitted by /u/fuggetboutit [link] [comments […]
BI and Big data. insights for success?
by /u/shootinputin33 on March 23, 2019 at 11:57 pm
Im considering taking a BI and Big data course, And i wanted to consult with you reedits and specially SQL beasts and people familiar with the topic. back in the day when i learned branding and marketing, i really like doing the diagnostics. searching for small pieces of the puzzle in order to build the bigger picture From my point of view the huge amounts of data can provide in many cases insights and solutions that can lead you to a much more "calculated" strategy, user experience, personalisation and etc. I realise its a hard job to look in a pile of trash for a golden nugget, but the fact i know it is hiding there, makes me even more want to find it. here also pops up my question. I am thinking of building my website on shopify platform because i dont have any experience with word press and etc. will i have less access to data about my costumers and the overall analytics? And does a "simplified" platform like shopify even require serious knowledge of BI and Big Data? is there any other platforms with more access and good UX? Will i have more access to more "valuable" data by building my own website using word press and HTML? appreciate any help, Love you guys submitted by /u/shootinputin33 [link] [comments […]
Migrating Etsy shop to Shopify, looking for advice...
by /u/wilsonreserve on March 23, 2019 at 8:49 pm
Hi everyone, so I'm finally wanting to take the plunge and build a stand alone website instead of having all of my eggs in the Etsy basket. I just want to make sure I go about everything the smartest and most logical way as I'm not terribly familiar with Shopify. I sell tees/apparel printed by a few different DTG printers (Printful, Printify, Print Aura, etc.). I use the various POD printer's Etsy integration so my printer's fulfill the orders without me having to manually input anything. I just imported my 158 Etsy listings into Shopify "products" via a CSV file. So say I list those items in a Shopify shop and someone purchases a shirt. Am I always going to have to manually input that order to my printer? Is there a way to make it to where my Shopify store is still integrated with my printers and all orders get automatically submitted and fulfilled without me having to input them? I really hope I don't have to go back and manually list these again using Printful/Printify's Shopify app integration. Thanks for any help or suggestions you can provide! submitted by /u/wilsonreserve [link] [comments […]
Facebook shop problems - it shows out of stock to visitors while in business manager it's In stock
by /u/CroRad1987 on March 23, 2019 at 2:54 pm
Hello everybody, I have issues with my Facebook shop because it shows products as out of stock while at the same time it shows products in Business Manager as in stock. This is new issue which I didn't have before. I've uploaded all products with .csv file, they have status In Stock and it works good in Business Manager (with no errors when I upload except google product category which I don't have and that is not the issue because other account has the same setup and it works good). Thanks in advance. submitted by /u/CroRad1987 [link] [comments […]