• 12 Woodworking Projects and How to Sell Them Online
    by Alexandra Sheehan on August 5, 2021 at 1:00 am

    Many successful ecommerce success stories started with a hobby. One hobby you can turn into an online business idea is woodworking. And you don’t need to be a skilled artisan to turn some woodworking projects into products.More

  • is it possible to run a successful store without instagram and other social media ?
    by /u/quanathan on August 4, 2021 at 11:21 pm

    i dont want to be social, really hate it, and dont want people to know im making money i guess, or doing anything at all, would love if i could only run my business through etsy and maybe facebook, but would it be possible to run a store through just etsy ? and i ofcourse will do SEO and all the other stuff i need to do thats apart of marketing, but just not through instagram and twitter, mostly instagram cas thats where all my friends and locals is at, is there others that run successful stores only though one platform ? submitted by /u/quanathan [link] [comments]

  • What supplier should I go with?
    by /u/FallakiTheKid on August 4, 2021 at 10:54 pm

    So basically I want a good supplier to source me the product I want and have fast shipping of course. I’m planning on doing a US only shipping business. Right now I’m on CJDROPSHIPPING. What’s your thoughts should I go with somebody else? submitted by /u/FallakiTheKid [link] [comments]

  • WooCommerce plugin for dynamically changing image according to selected criteria
    by /u/man_bites_soi_dog on August 4, 2021 at 10:15 pm

    Hi all, I am hoping someone here can provide some guidance. ​ What I am looking to do is create a wordpress + WooCommerce site in which: ​ Customers can go to a main product page (there is only one product - a patio glass door) Select a size, color, accessories of the product The main picture will change according to what was selected The price will change according to what was selected ​ When they are finished "building" their product, they will click a button to submit a form rather than click an add to cart button. This will send the details to my company and another email will be sent to them with details about what they have selected. The sales process will then proceed offline. ​ Eventually the sales process could all take place online, but for now my company only wants to create an intriguing online tool where customers can build their product, and then have a way to receive a qualified lead. ​ Which plugin should I use that would most closely align to this business process? I have looked at some product builders but many seem to be about placing images on items like t-shirts or business cards. I just need something that will dynamically change an image and price according to the options selected by the user. ​ Any feedback would be great. I appreciate your help. submitted by /u/man_bites_soi_dog [link] [comments]

  • 500 sessions but no sales. What to improve on my website?
    by /u/abigrichtown on August 4, 2021 at 10:05 pm

    Not getting sales despite a decent amount of session. Is it the product or the website or both? I have been running ads on this product for a little time and have manage to get 500 sessions however I have not had any sales. Was hoping to get some feedback on the website and what the potential reasons there could be for this? https://thesiantherapy.com/massage Any feedback is appreciated submitted by /u/abigrichtown [link] [comments]

  • CBD & Google
    by /u/yannn_do on August 4, 2021 at 7:58 pm

    Evening boys, does anyone have any tactics on running non-CBD ads on Google, whilst still selling CBD elsewhere on site? submitted by /u/yannn_do [link] [comments]

  • What would you do different to give visitors a better feel for site navigation?
    by /u/CryptoTreasureLLC on August 4, 2021 at 7:12 pm

    Should I edit menu button placement or drop down options? Make the shop page easier to see? Or anything else I can do to improve user functionality? Thanks in advance. Website Here: CryptoTreasure.co submitted by /u/CryptoTreasureLLC [link] [comments]

  • July 2021 Top 10: Our Most Popular Posts
    by PEC Staff on August 4, 2021 at 5:57 pm

    Since 2005 we’ve published thousands of articles, webinars, and podcast episodes to assist ecommerce merchants. What follows are the most popular articles that we published in July 2021. Articles from ... The post July 2021 Top 10: Our Most Popular Posts appeared first on Practical Ecommerce.

  • Is this a decent site and loading time for it?
    by /u/po1nt- on August 4, 2021 at 4:03 pm

    Hello guys, my first store ever is up and running and i was wondering if some of you more experienced people can give me a feedback of my website and if the loading time is decent for it:) thanks a lot in advance Website Thaleda Gtmetrix: Thaleda submitted by /u/po1nt- [link] [comments]

  • Good Mentors?
    by /u/stewmathieson on August 4, 2021 at 2:58 pm

    Hey guys, just wondering if anyone has any mentors they would recommend in any of the following areas: Dropshipping, ecommerce, amazon FBA, online courses/digital products, or affiliate marketing. I have around £1,000 to £2,000 to use. Any info is appreciated! submitted by /u/stewmathieson [link] [comments]

  • Sold my first e-commerce website to a client, what should I do now, give full access or provide maintenance?
    by /u/koetsuji on August 4, 2021 at 2:46 pm

    I wonder how the process goes after delivering the website, I actually want to come clean and deliver all the informations and responsibility to the client but I might be providing maintenance for like 6 months. What is done normally? submitted by /u/koetsuji [link] [comments]

  • Amazon expands same-day Prime delivery to 6 more US cities
    by Sarah Perez on August 4, 2021 at 2:12 pm

    Amazon announced this morning it’s expanding its faster, same-day delivery service to half a dozen more U.S. cities. The service, which the retailer has been working to make same-day delivery even faster over the past year, now offers consumers in a number of markets the ability to shop up to 3 million items on Amazon.com,

  • Your thoughts and experiences with hiring influencers to grow your brand
    by /u/onlineseller123 on August 4, 2021 at 1:52 pm

    I work for brands helping them market their products on Amazon. Amazon PPC is getting super expensive and what we are trying to push more is external traffic like TikTok and pretty much anywhere else on the internet that has customers relative to the brand. For example: I work with a gutair string company that is made in Nashville TN and is relatively new to the industry but is higher quality and provides a better customer experience. I am willing to give pretty much any influencer free product and 10% of sales that they drive. ( I would give them an Amazon link to track that). Any additional money would be negotiated. . Few questions: Is it better to have 5-10 smaller influencers or 1 bigger one? What is the best ways and hacks to reach out to influencers that would be interested in working with you in your industry? Any negotiation tactics that you use? Is there any numbers and stats that you use to calculate what the value of a post would be? For example the average post of this Instagram account gets 1000 likes that is worth x amount... Is there any free Educators online that talk about this stuff? I know in the Amazon world there are a lot of gurus that really don't know anything that are on YouTube and then there's actually some top 1% free Educators on there that I learned a ton from that really know their stuff. I am looking for ANY advice from your experience on hiring or recruiting influencers. There is millions of things that I'm not thinking of because I don't have a ton of experience in this world. Thank you in advance! submitted by /u/onlineseller123 [link] [comments]

  • What Online Shoppers Expect in 2021
    by Pamela Hazelton on August 4, 2021 at 1:11 pm

    The pandemic-induced shift to online shopping is permanent for many consumers. That's the good news for ecommerce companies. The not-so-good news is those consumers have heightened expectations. Here are seven of them. The post What Online Shoppers Expect in 2021 appeared first on Practical Ecommerce.

  • Is it possible to sync inventory FROM GoDaddy Store TO Square Online?
    by /u/jugghayd on August 4, 2021 at 1:00 pm

    We have an online store for a local school PTA and we have payments connected with Square. We already have products on the GoDaddy Store but the Square is currently blank. I want to push from GoDaddy Store to Square Online. submitted by /u/jugghayd [link] [comments]

  • Multi vendor marketplace and logistics
    by /u/9gg6 on August 4, 2021 at 12:21 pm

    Hey there good people. I'm totally new in this and looking forward your suggestions/sharing experience. Basically I'm having the idea to create a multi vendor marketplace and provide a logistic service. Having my own warehouse and doing deliveries. Let's say small local Amazon. I'm planning to build a website in Shopify or WordPress using extensions webkul or ca cart even woocommerce multi vendor extension. My main concern is how is the work flow. Getting the orser - transfering the order to warehouse printing the label and then shipping. Sounds easy but I know it's quite difficult process. First of is there any kind of tool that might sync the data with my website. E.x when it's shipped I want the vendor to get that info also the customer. If anyone having a good article/sources about the work flow and tools need to be used could you please share it. submitted by /u/9gg6 [link] [comments]

  • Logiq CEO Tom Furukawa Discusses Global Trends in Digital Commerce
    by Jack M. Germain on August 4, 2021 at 12:00 pm

    E-commerce and m-commerce are transforming the economic landscape. Both markets were steadily growing before the pandemic. But since then, consumers have been fueling both types of commerce with a frenzy. We thought this would be an appropriate time to speak with Logiq CEO Tom Furukawa about opportunity trends in digital commerce, and the role of market intelligence in the global commerce space.

  • FullStory raises $103M at a $1.8B valuation to combat rage clicks on websites and apps
    by Ingrid Lunden on August 4, 2021 at 11:30 am

    Even with all the years of work that have been put into improving how screen-based interfaces work, our experiences with websites, mobile apps and any other interactive service you might use still often come up short: we can’t find what we want, we’re bombarded with exactly what we don’t need or the flow is just

  • Suma Brands raises $150M to acquire more third-party brands for its Amazon roll-up play
    by Ingrid Lunden on August 4, 2021 at 11:03 am

    Amazon has become a lynchpin in the e-commerce machine over the years in part because it’s a site we consumers can visit to buy just about anything we want — sold either by Amazon or its 5 million+ third-party merchants — and easily get it delivered to our homes. But the system is not completely

  • Sell More To Customers (With Gratitude)
    by /u/DigitalKanish on August 4, 2021 at 9:30 am

    A new way to upsell customers by using gratitude ↳ You run ads ↳ Some of them visit your landing page A few of the checkout ↳ And a handful of them end up purchasing And that is it, most marketing funnels stop here… However, you are missing out on capitalizing on your best customers (who have purchased) So, here is what you should do ↳ Customer’s purchase product ↳ After a break of 3-5 ads Run Story ads expressing gratitude and asking them if they had any issues with the product, ↳ After a break of 3-5 ads Run story ads “Get Flat 10% off on your next offer if you submit a review today” ↳ After a break of 5-7 days Run story ads expressing about another product that assists them with the present product and reminding about 10% off coupon + additional 20% off as they are a valued customer Repeat the same process when the customer buys another product This way you will leverage your best customers and would not have to spend thousands to acquire a few new customers submitted by /u/DigitalKanish [link] [comments]

  • wisdom of the crowd about how to make chatbots better?
    by /u/Pitiful-Tap3578 on August 4, 2021 at 7:41 am

    Hey everyone! I'm working on a new feature for a no-code bot building platform and I'd love you use your help! the goal is to help E-commerce business owners to maximize the shopping experience for their customers and save precious time. As a part of the research process, I've created this short survey (3-4 minutes long) to get some input about the main use of bots. thanks for participating and helping! https://forms.gle/4xz2Ld76DRkGa4so9 submitted by /u/Pitiful-Tap3578 [link] [comments]

  • Anyone knows a fulfillment center in Japan?
    by /u/SuisJeJulien on August 4, 2021 at 6:59 am

    Hello, I am leaving Japan and need to find a solution to keep my e-commerce alive. Need a service that can store, pack and ship my product please. submitted by /u/SuisJeJulien [link] [comments]

  • A complete shipping/fulfillment solution?
    by /u/mikacns on August 4, 2021 at 4:07 am

    Hey, I have a WooCommerce based website with in-house fulfillment. We are using ShipStation for printing order labels etc. I would like to move away from ShipStation, but also have these options: 1) Manage multiple inventories from one place (WooCommerce, Amazon US, Amazon CA) 2) Track inventory using assigned lot/batch numbers 3) Bar codes (scan to see inventory information) Anything like this on the market? submitted by /u/mikacns [link] [comments]

  • Need a better platform for selling automotive parts
    by /u/condor57 on August 4, 2021 at 3:50 am

    I Make and sell 3D printed parts for a large variety of autos. I currently use SquareSpace but it's not working very well for SEPARATING products that fit specific vehicles. I'm currently getting by using categories and a page with buttons/links, but what I really need is an expanding dropdown menu (ex. Subaru > Impreza > 2015-2021) Where should I be looking for an alt? Edit: Sounds like Shopify is going to be the best place for my current needs. Thanks for the help. submitted by /u/condor57 [link] [comments]

  • Brazilian digital auto marketplace InstaCarro revs up with $23M in funding
    by Mary Ann Azevedo on August 4, 2021 at 3:00 am

    InstaCarro, a digital marketplace that connects used car sellers to dealers in Brazil, has raised $23 million in a Series B round of funding. Notably, U.S.-based firms co-led the investment, including J Ventures, FJ Labs and Rise Capital. Spain’s All Iron Ventures and Big Sur also participated in the financing, among others. With the latest