Ecommerce

  • The Founder’s Zodiac: What Type of Entrepreneur Are You?
    by Dayna Winter on February 19, 2020 at 1:14 am

    After studying some of the 1 million business owners who use Shopify, we discovered some patterns. Founder types fit into five groups: the growth-minded Mountaineer, the plucky Trailblazer, the always-be-prepared Cartographer, the risk-taking Firestarter, and the steady Outsider. Which one are you? Take our quiz to find out.More

  • I have found a site. I bought two courses from this site, both came through email quickly. I’d recommend it. CHEAP Biaheza and Maxim Trubitski course 10/10
    by /u/military-member on February 19, 2020 at 1:03 am

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  • Beginner looking to drive traffic to ecommerce store
    by /u/G0ldenBe4rd on February 18, 2020 at 10:36 pm

    I am pretty new to the whole ecommerce thing, having just launched a print on demand store a few days ago selling sportswear. I would like to know the most effective ways to drive traffic to my website as I understand this should be my main focus starting out. I have setup a Facebook page and shared it with all my friends, run 2 facebook ads and am using google adwords. Thanks for any help. submitted by /u/G0ldenBe4rd [link] [comments]

  • Anyone here ever worked with the silkroad app?
    by /u/ybelmo on February 18, 2020 at 8:14 pm

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  • 5 Tips to Get the Most Out of Amazon Vendor Negotiations
    by Rohan Thambrahalli on February 18, 2020 at 7:44 pm

    That time of year is upon us once again, and stress levels for Amazon vendors are starting to build. The arrival of spring means renegotiating your vendor terms with Amazon, which seem to grow stricter year-after-year. However, with more than 50 percent of all Amazon sales coming from third-party sellers, the pressure is also on for the other side of the table.

  • [Looking for Testers] Killer Keyword tool v2
    by /u/ahmedgg on February 18, 2020 at 6:47 pm

    I'm building a killer keyword tool that currently gives more insight than any other tool in the market. (Many more improvements than last time : CSV Exports/ Moz Majestic Data...and more) Looking for testers to take it out for a ride 🙂 Drop a comment and ill msg you with info. submitted by /u/ahmedgg [link] [comments]

  • What does it take to have your store automatically forward orders on to a print-on-demand service such as RedBubble?
    by /u/salamanderoil on February 18, 2020 at 5:47 pm

    I am planning on putting together a website. That website will include store section, where users can purchase merchandise, such as t-shirts, coffee cups, and the like. I am not going to actually manufacture or ship the merchandise myself; that will be outsourced to a third-party like RedBubble, CafePress, or similar. Obviously, it would be easy enough to set up a storefront on one of those sites, put a link to it on my site, and call it a day. But I get the feeling that a lot of people will find being sent off to some other site jarring, so I would much rather have a storefront on my own site, where people can order and pay for whatever they want, and then have that order fulfilled by the aforementioned third-party. So, my question is this: how much work would the above setup take to get off the ground? Is there an easy way to have your site automatically forward the order, payment, and shipping details on to the third-party manufacturer? submitted by /u/salamanderoil [link] [comments]

  • How to Choose Topics and Write Blog Posts for Your Online Store
    by Dan Magill on February 18, 2020 at 4:40 pm

    Writing blog posts attracts customers to your online store. But how do you write them? Use this how-to guide to produce consistent, effective content. The post How to Choose Topics and Write Blog Posts for Your Online Store appeared first on WooCommerce.

  • Success in Mobile Commerce Requires a Mobile-specific Strategy
    by David Shreni on February 18, 2020 at 3:52 pm

    Ecommerce sites typically have goals for overall revenue and growth. However, it is essential to create mobile-specific goals, too. Roughly half of ecommerce traffic now comes from mobile devices, according to Google. Thus specific metrics for mobile — i.e., conversions, bounce rates — are critical. The post Success in Mobile Commerce Requires a Mobile-specific Strategy appeared first on Practical Ecommerce.

  • Walmart reports lower-than-expected Q4 earnings, despite e-commerce sales growth of 35%
    by Sarah Perez on February 18, 2020 at 3:51 pm

    Walmart’s holiday quarter didn’t perform as expected. That’s the big news today from the retailer’s weak Q4 2019 earnings, which saw revenue of $141.67 billion versus the $142.55 expected and adjusted earnings per share of $1.38 versus the $1.44 expected. The company cited a number of factors, including “softer” than anticipated holiday sales in U.S.

  • Financial projections for Business Plan help
    by /u/liveinskin123 on February 18, 2020 at 3:31 pm

    Hello guys, newbie here and very much out of my element, but I want to give this a go anyway. I am currently writing a business plan for a small e-commerce website that I want to make. It will hopefully sell different products like clothing and make-up etc. My issue is that in the financial plan section, there are so many things to work out. For example, if I am projecting my average item value, do I have to do 2 seperate tables ones for clothing and makeup or would I combine all of them into one thats an average of both. Sorry if it seems like a stupid question. If anyone has a guide to financial projections, income statements and cashflow statements it would be amazing. Thank you submitted by /u/liveinskin123 [link] [comments]

  • Anyone who’s just starting out
    by /u/Youllneverknow94 on February 18, 2020 at 2:22 pm

    If your just starting out and planning on buying a course do not do that. Total waste of money. But that being said. If you go to udemy.com you can find plenty of free ones that actually have a lot of valuable information with over like 4 hours of tutorials from setting up your store, setting up free shipping. Importing products, and setting up a Facebook page. There is valuable info in courses just not ones u need to pay for. submitted by /u/Youllneverknow94 [link] [comments]

  • Managing Custom Prices in BigCommerce
    by Armando Roggio on February 18, 2020 at 1:56 pm

    Not every customer pays the same price. Online merchants sometimes offer different prices to different sorts of customers. Businesses on BigCommerce's Enterprise plan can assign prices to customer groups, such as wholesalers or retailers. The post Managing Custom Prices in BigCommerce appeared first on Practical Ecommerce.

  • Product Pages Matching Content - Saying Siteliner
    by /u/digitalrial on February 18, 2020 at 1:12 pm

    Hello Guys, I have a small eCommerce site, checked with siteliner and found 16 product pages matching content, having similar and duplicate content issue, Please suggest me how to get rid of this duplicate content issue. submitted by /u/digitalrial [link] [comments]

  • Simple question about dropshipping.
    by /u/RedditBoyJoe on February 18, 2020 at 12:47 pm

    Surely you can get in big trouble, or even sued by companies, as you are literally pretending to be that company, and stealing profits from them. How do dropshippers avoid this? submitted by /u/RedditBoyJoe [link] [comments]

  • Help finding a e-commerce platform for subscription based selling? (Preferably open-source)
    by /u/AtZeroOne on February 18, 2020 at 12:40 pm

    Hello! I'm a decent web-developer, however, I have never done anything with e-commerce and a friend asked if I could help out. Since I'm pretty lost, I would love to hear if anyone here could help me out with some suggestions / ideas. 🙂 These are the requirements I have been told to work with: Subscription based with a limit on people to begin with (E.G. He wants to sell a subscription based product and in the beginning limit it to 200 people, and then if it work raise that to 400, then 600, etc.) Should look like a normal website and not a shop really, he wants to have a website with info and you sign up for this product Like I said, I have never done something like this, but mostly worked with Wordpress or other frameworks before. I'm open for any suggestions, it could be a wordpress plugin someone has used, or an e-commerce platform with built in connections to stripe, paypal, etc. (Since I don't trust building a payment platform I want to use something where I leave the security up to someone else) Thanks in advance! Tobias submitted by /u/AtZeroOne [link] [comments]

  • Working on a tool
    by /u/nishantrpai on February 18, 2020 at 10:20 am

    Working on a tool which helps reduce customer acquisition cost and improve customer lifetime value (aka more repeat sales). Wanted to have a discussion and understand on what are the challenges you are currently facing that way, I can update the tool before I go on a release mode. submitted by /u/nishantrpai [link] [comments]

  • Is it possible to have an Instagram marketed promo link click through to cart that is prepopulated with a specific item/bundle/promo?
    by /u/Becoming_A_Lion on February 18, 2020 at 5:58 am

    I would like to advertise on Instagram and cut as many steps out of the process of making a purchase as possible especially for first customers. My desire is to have an add that clicks through to a cart populated with a specific promo item where you would select the final quantity, enter purchase info and confirm, rather than going through the act of “shopping.” Is there a better sub for this? submitted by /u/Becoming_A_Lion [link] [comments]

  • Balancing Growth and Purpose as a Social Enterprise
    by Felix Thea on February 18, 2020 at 4:30 am

    Sweet Beginnings is a social enterprise based in Chicago that gives those who are formerly incarcerated a second chance through beekeeping. In this episode of Shopify Masters Daphne Williams, the Chief Growth Officer of Sweet Beginnings shares how they make an impact, create environmental change, and set growth goals. More

  • Cost effective landing pages
    by /u/starting-stuff on February 18, 2020 at 1:53 am

    What do you guys use to build and operate landing pages for PPC or other marketing campaigns? Are you using functionality built in to your ecomm platforms do you host them externally? I quite like unbounce as an external solution but it's really expensive for what it is. At this point I'm thinking it'd cheaper to throw together a basic CMS to build them myself, or even just hard code them for one offs. Curious to see what you guys do. submitted by /u/starting-stuff [link] [comments]

  • GGV Capital says mom-and-pop shops can boost e-commerce in emerging markets
    by Catherine Shu on February 17, 2020 at 10:54 pm

    Despite the rapid growth of e-commerce in India, Southeast Asia and other emerging markets, the vast majority of retail transactions there still happen offline in small stores that also serve as neighborhood hubs. The central role these stores play in their communities led GGV Capital to develop what the firm refers to as its mom-and-pop

  • Is there a way to advertise my store on reddit pages without breaking rules?
    by /u/RockinUSA69 on February 17, 2020 at 10:33 pm

    Ik a lot of pages have rules against looks to stores and shit. Is it legal if I redirect people on reddit to my social media accounts? submitted by /u/RockinUSA69 [link] [comments]

  • 50 Online Business Ideas: Product Ideas You Can Sell Online
    by A Better Lemonade Stand on February 17, 2020 at 9:59 pm

    Looking for realistic online business ideas you can get started now? Check out this roundup of 50 product ideas you can sell online. The post 50 Online Business Ideas: Product Ideas You Can Sell Online appeared first on A Better Lemonade Stand.

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  • Phone number
    by /u/Youllneverknow94 on February 17, 2020 at 9:27 pm

    Adding phone number to website How do you guys go about having a phone number on your site. Do you add your real number or do you guys use a service that gives you another number. I’m looking into adding a number on my site but I don’t want random people calling my main phone number. submitted by /u/Youllneverknow94 [link] [comments]

  • How long do I wait to follow up if suppliers did not respond?
    by /u/Babyboy1314 on February 17, 2020 at 6:26 pm

    Hi, I am in talk with a certain small supplier, they asked me for a business proposal. After I submited the proposal, they aknowledge that they have received it and will review it. It has been a week already and still no response. Should I send a follow up email? submitted by /u/Babyboy1314 [link] [comments]