• I do not know what to sell how can i find wha pt to sell.
    by /u/jayrijah123 on July 11, 2020 at 4:20 am

    Hey guys! I would like to start my own shopify shop. I am not so old and i wanna have a small product with an nice return. I can’t seem to find what i can sell on shopify and i need your guys help. I just want to make some extra money with online product selling. Please help me out and i would love to hear from you guys! submitted by /u/jayrijah123 [link] [comments]

  • Pre-launch question about email capture and validation?
    by /u/blainiac89 on July 11, 2020 at 2:13 am

    I'm planning on opening an e-commerce site soon. I've had only failures in the past, mainly due to 'perfecting' the site instead of figuring out how to get customers. I am going to build my site (with a product I make myself) and want to validate my product via Facebook ads. I want to bring them to my site and see how many add items to their cart and attempt to checkout. When they do that, I want to have a popup telling them that we haven't launched yet, but I'll give them a 40% off coupon when we launch. I was wondering, would it be better to just have a 'coming soon' landing page to try to get their email when they first get to the site, or would it be better to see if if they make it to the 'end' of the sales process before initiating it? Any other big red flags you see, or would you do it differently? submitted by /u/blainiac89 [link] [comments]

  • [Canada] Business registration/customs
    by /u/catykat on July 11, 2020 at 1:14 am

    ​ Hello, My mom runs an export business from the Philippines and has done exporting to US/UK/Japan. I did not really think of putting their product here in Canada until this year. To start off, I am still learning and still don't know a LOT of things doing/starting a business here. Basically, I have a supplier already (my mother) and was wondering if anyone can advise me on the following: ​ We are still figuring out how to bring items here in Ontario. We are starting to bring 10-15 items here first and store it in a mini-warehouse so it won't be a lot. My question is, what do I need to know about customs and such and pickup? My mother usually has a buying agent already so she is not quite particular about customs/particularities in countries. We will know a lot more in the coming weeks as now we are just focusing on the logistics of the product. The business name I want is already taken but inactive (government of canada nuans website). It says in the nuans website that I need to contact the owner of that business for consent but can't find any details online. Can the government of Canada provide the contact info of that business? This might be stupid but is there any difference between registering your business provincially versus federal? I'm under the assumption I can only offer my products within the province if I register provincially or is it not the case with online shops? This is my problem with #3 where the same business name (inactive business) is registered. Perhaps it's okay if it's registered in a different province? Thank you very much! submitted by /u/catykat [link] [comments]

  • Has anyone migrated their online store from Sqaurespace to Shopify?
    by /u/E60LNDN on July 11, 2020 at 12:21 am

    I am tempted to do this as currently working with around 10 skus. Products have 4 various My main question is which has better marketing options? submitted by /u/E60LNDN [link] [comments]

  • Which E-comm platform and why?
    by /u/mildly_green on July 10, 2020 at 9:48 pm

    OpenCart WooCommerce Shopify Wordpress Magento Others, please specify! TIA! Edit: for an e-pharmacy with over 200k SKUs. Apologies for the incomplete information. submitted by /u/mildly_green [link] [comments]

  • What are ways you can drive traffic to your website?
    by /u/jacoby9089 on July 10, 2020 at 6:26 pm

    I've recently started an ecommerce store and would love some advice or tips on how I can get individuals to come to my site. It'd also be helpful if you could mention some methods that you currently use to get traffic to your own site. submitted by /u/jacoby9089 [link] [comments]

  • Entrepreneur Sells the Most Competitive Product on Amazon, and Thrives
    by Eric Bandholz on July 10, 2020 at 3:33 pm

    What's the most competitive product on Amazon? Smartphone cases. What does Matt Altschul's company, Smartish, sell? Smartphone cases. And it thrives. I spoke with Altschul recently about Amazon, phone cases, and custom manufacturing, among other topics. The post Entrepreneur Sells the Most Competitive Product on Amazon, and Thrives appeared first on Practical Ecommerce.

    by /u/Vesh19 on July 10, 2020 at 1:44 pm

    hey guys so recently I have opened a new fresh store so right now I'm wondering should I use ABO or CBO for pixel data building? appreciate the replies ๐Ÿ˜€ submitted by /u/Vesh19 [link] [comments]

  • How Personal Post-Purchase Videos Increase Conversions
    by Katrina McKinnon on July 10, 2020 at 11:41 am

    Many eCommerce businesses undervalue the effects of engaging with customers beyond a purchase. They fail to see the importance of following up with shoppers or thanking them. This is unfortunate as positive engagement leads to shoppers returning to ‘friendly’ stores. It’s even more regrettable when you consider that there’s an easy and fast way of The post How Personal Post-Purchase Videos Increase Conversions appeared first on eCommerceFuel.

  • Does Free Shipping Increase Sales?
    by Katrina McKinnon on July 10, 2020 at 11:41 am

    Free shipping! Shoppers love to see those two words on an online store and its products. It’s an incentive for them to complete a pending purchasing process. They go wild with excitement knowing they have one less thing to pay for. But is free shipping good for your eCommerce business? Is it profitable and does The post Does Free Shipping Increase Sales? appeared first on eCommerceFuel.

  • Personalization plugin
    by /u/Sailor19 on July 10, 2020 at 11:26 am

    Hey guys, we are looking for a personalization plugin for WooCommerce. Anyone used this one? It seems perfect but obviously the customer support is poor. ​ The other one is Fancyproductdesigner. But does not seem to have all the features we need. Cheers, Sailor submitted by /u/Sailor19 [link] [comments]

  • COVID-19 pivot: Travel unicorn Klook sees jump in staycations
    by Rita Liao on July 10, 2020 at 11:15 am

    Spring 2020 was gloomy for Klook. As countries closed their borders and went into complete or partial lockdown, the SoftBank-backed travel platform saw its revenue plummet by as much as 90% through March and April. The World Travel and Tourism Council said in April that the coronavirus could put up to 100 million jobs in

  • Using my shopify site for B2B
    by /u/psych0hans on July 10, 2020 at 11:13 am

    Hi guys, I currently run a shopify store and also do drop shipping for other businesses. I.e. they give me orders and I ship the goods for them. Can I create business accounts for them so they can directly order form my website, rather than calling me and placing the order that way? Each of them would have their own discounts and rules for shipping. Do I need a CRM for this or can I just integrating it into shopify? submitted by /u/psych0hans [link] [comments]

  • Recognizing Multiple Ways You Can Make Money With an Online Store
    by Jesse Ness on July 10, 2020 at 10:51 am

    In a new episode of the Ecwid E-commerce Show, meet Joe and Mike Brusca from Build Assets Online. Listen to them talk about dropshipping, buying and selling online stores, and other ways to build a high-profit business.

  • Storytelling That Sells
    by Andrew Youderian on July 10, 2020 at 10:00 am

    Today we have Michael Jamin’s top-rated talk from ECF Live on how to tell your brand story in an entertaining and compelling way that will make you more money. Michael has a lot of experience writing in Hollywood—most notably for King of the Hill—and he is incredibly hilarious and well-spoken. Listen in to hear his The post Storytelling That Sells appeared first on eCommerceFuel.

  • Big e-commerce wordpress woocommerce site, everday products - how to increase revenue?
    by /u/janez33 on July 10, 2020 at 9:46 am

    Hello everyone, we are big e-commerce online store selling products which can help you in everday life (gadgets, shapewear, products for garden, home, kids, beauty products, etc.) We are making millions per year in revenue. We did this in 2 years, we are selling in 13 different european countries. Our websites are all wordpress woocommerce based, we have strong facebook&google marketing+all upsells/crosssells,wheel of fortune, sms, cart abandonment. We are only focusing on our topsellers. We have zero instagram marketing&facebook organic reach. I would like to ask you if there are any other tools which can help us make a lot more money through advertising? I'm not ok with posting link to our site. Any answers are appreciated, thank you very much in advance. submitted by /u/janez33 [link] [comments]

  • Packaging Suppliers
    by /u/ruminmytummy on July 10, 2020 at 9:01 am

    Hi all. I'm setting up a new store based in the UK and I'm having some trouble finding the best place to purchase shipping boxes. Any suggestions? I'm also considering custom branded boxes, but I think it's out of budget for me. Recommendations would be appreciated! submitted by /u/ruminmytummy [link] [comments]

  • Drop shipping โ€” but not for profit?
    by /u/thememegrill on July 10, 2020 at 6:29 am

    This might be an odd situation. I want to be able to create and list custom products (mostly stickers, maybe t-shirts, etc.) for customers to buy from a printing company, but the thing is that I don’t want it to be connected financially to myself at all due to not wanting to monetize or take advantage of users. Essentially, I’m looking for something like Zazzle or TeeSpring but without the profit margin or setting up an online store. Easy for people to use and order what they want, but hands-off and without me “monetizing.” Are there any websites that could do that? Or am I limited to the not user-friendly option, “here’s the file, upload it and order it yourself at xyz website.” submitted by /u/thememegrill [link] [comments]

  • 31 Ecommerce Products You Can Make Yourself (+ Resources for 293 More)
    by Richard Lazazzera on July 10, 2020 at 4:30 am

    If you’re just starting your first ecommerce business and you’re looking for the perfect product to sell online, making products yourself can be a great way to start. The good news is that there are plenty of options. In this post we’ll discuss over 30 of the best products you can make yourself and sell from home. The post 31 Ecommerce Products You Can Make Yourself (+ Resources for 293 More) appeared first on A Better Lemonade Stand.

  • Commission preference question
    by /u/pixobit on July 10, 2020 at 3:42 am

    I'm building a marketplace system, and ran into a question of preference regarding the comission that I'm trying to get right. So the basic idea is that the admin can set a fixed price or a percentage for the commission on every sale, however what popped in my mind, is what if someone wants to set comission based on the category as well. How likely is it that you would require such a feature? Or if there's something else you'd like to be able to set regarding the comission. Really curious about all of your opinions, thank you. submitted by /u/pixobit [link] [comments]

  • Looking for wholesale seller in Eastern Europe
    by /u/izberisime on July 10, 2020 at 3:14 am

    Hi guys! I want to buy "Pistacia lentiscus" trees around 30pc. From 120cm. up to 1.80cm. If anyone has, or knows a guy hit me up on pm, thanks! submitted by /u/izberisime [link] [comments]

  • Optimizing site that has FB Pixel, Google Analytics, HubSpot CRM
    by /u/aupperk24 on July 10, 2020 at 2:25 am

    I started a hobby shop and began installing all these integrations. I wanted a CRM and marketing platform to manage customers and marketing with HubSpot. I started advertising with Google and Facebook, so I integrated with FB Pixel and connected with analytics and CRM for leads. My google pagespeed insights score is now horrible I have "unused javascript" from facebook, hubspot, etc that's 60-90% unused. Anyone have any experience optimizing this? There's even Paypal javascript that's loading on homepage taking 500ms. Do you generally just leave them alone? submitted by /u/aupperk24 [link] [comments]

  • An Ecomm retailer contacted me as they created an account for me on their website without my consent
    by /u/Jokozo on July 10, 2020 at 2:14 am

    I purchased once on a website (as a guest) several weeks ago, and they just sent me another email telling me they had created an account for me without my consent. How illegal is this? (If it is / I am in Canada - BC and the company is registered in BC). It’s a pretty small mom and pop shop I like so wouldn’t pursue anything more than asking them to delete it, but wondering ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks! submitted by /u/Jokozo [link] [comments]

  • Looking for seller software
    by /u/jn530 on July 9, 2020 at 11:11 pm

    Hey all, looking for some recommendations. The company I am trying to get off the ground is really small, looking for a couple recommendations since we don't have a lot of resources. We are mostly selling products we've sourced from manufacturers and ship out of our own warehouse (it's really a couple storage units). Basically I am looking for a way to simplify. Currently on Amazon, eBay, Shopify, application pending for Walmart. What were you solving for when you picked whatever software you use? Like what business needs? What did you ultimately choose? I'm pretty confident in the selling platforms themselves, it's more the tools to manage them. Thanks! submitted by /u/jn530 [link] [comments]

  • How many copies of the commercial invoice should you include with your shipment?
    by /u/makaveli9999 on July 9, 2020 at 9:49 pm

    Hi, I’m located in Canada and I’m about to launch my store. I was wondering how many copies of the commercial invoice I should include when shipping to the US. I read online you should include 3 (1 for Canada, 1 for US, and 1 for the customer), but I’m not sure. Thanks submitted by /u/makaveli9999 [link] [comments]