September 13, 2018

Ecommerce

  • How do you get https on WooCommerce and Magento?
    by /u/GJR2000 on May 24, 2019 at 1:51 am

    It is built in with shopify but not sure about woo commerce and magento submitted by /u/GJR2000 [link] [comments […]

  • Aussie ecommerce platform to boost sales
    by /u/jxdos on May 23, 2019 at 11:33 pm

    Are there any Australian stores willing to try a new ecommerce platform? Note: we are offering a commission free period for our early users. submitted by /u/jxdos [link] [comments […]

  • Shopify quietly acquired Handshake, an e-commerce platform for B2B wholesale purchasing
    by Ingrid Lunden on May 23, 2019 at 8:29 pm

    E-commerce platform Shopify has quietly made an acquisition to continue its expansion of the services and products that merchants can sell and purchase through its platform. It has acquired Handshake, a New York startup that offers a commerce platform for businesses that sell wholesale goods. Shopify has confirmed the deal in a short statement: “Handshake […]

  • Low risk merchants?
    by /u/kassius79 on May 23, 2019 at 8:10 pm

    Just out of curiosity what does the underwriting department at a payment processor consider to be “low risk“ when evaluating potential merchants? Does it simply come down to the average price per ticket in total sales volume? Basically my start up business was recently denied. Basically we plan on focusing on business to business sales. We were looking at a starting monthly sales volume of $20,000 and an average ticket of about $150 on the low-end to $250 on the high-end. All custom order sales are authorized at first and captured at the time of approval by a client and shipping. Our site does not have actual products, meaning that there isn’t a product such as “1000 business cards“ for X- amount. We simply talk to our clients about the job involved, their budget, and we present an invoice. They go to our site and they type in the invoice number and the amount they wish to pay and they process a payment for that amount. I’m not sure if by not having an actual product but just a general “put your payment amount here“ that that does or doesn’t raise flags? I don’t know if the bank simply looks at the $150 low in charge and assumes anything above $20 is high risk per charge? I also don’t know if the “printing“ industry is considered high risk in general? So you can either tell me yes the “printing industry“ is on the naughty list but more than that I’m just curious what would be the dream site for a bank. Does it simply come down to the total volume of sales and the average cost of a ticket? Or what specific industries are considered low risk? Although I understand that some businesses come with a higher risk to a bank due to legal issues and liability issues, industries such as E cigarettes and adult websites, but do you some businesses have much lower chargeback rates? I’m just interested to know. Going forward I would likely reevaluate my business plan before continuing the hurdles involved with finding a processor. I’m not looking for suggestions. I’m just trying to understand the thought process with banks. submitted by /u/kassius79 [link] [comments […]

  • The FAQ Page: Why You Need It, How to Build One, and 10 Great Examples
    by Braveen Kumar on May 23, 2019 at 7:50 pm

    There’s one tool that can cut back on customer support tickets, convert more users, and increase the SEO value of your site: your FAQ page.Mor […]

  • Product add-on for Wix?
    by /u/diablosauceislife on May 23, 2019 at 6:54 pm

    Hey guys I'm not exactly sure if what I'm looking for is technically an add on or considered something else, here's the situation... I'm helping my mom make her Wix site, she is selling plants and with those plants she is selling pots for them to go in to. Would the pots be considered an add-on product? Does Wix have an add-on product setting or would we have to use a Wix app of some sort? Thanks! submitted by /u/diablosauceislife [link] [comments […]

  • Indian PM Narendra Modi’s reelection spells more frustration for US tech giants
    by Manish Singh on May 23, 2019 at 6:30 pm

    Amazon and Walmart’s problems in India look set to continue after Narendra Modi, the biggest force to embrace the country’s politics in decades, led his Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party to a historic landslide re-election on Thursday, reaffirming his popularity in the eyes of the world’s largest democracy. The re-election, which gives Modi’s government another […]

  • Automattic acquires subscription payment company Prospress
    by Romain Dillet on May 23, 2019 at 6:01 pm

    Automattic, the company behind WordPress.com, WooCommerce, Longreads, Simplenote and a bunch of other cool things, is acquiring a small startup called Prospress. Among other things, Prospress has developed WooCommerce Subscriptions, a recurring payment solution specifically designed for WooCommerce. Given that physical and digital subscriptions are taking over the e-commerce world, it makes sense that Automattic […]

  • Prospress Joins Automattic to Jointly Develop WooCommerce Subscriptions
    by Paul Maiorana on May 23, 2019 at 6:00 pm

    If you’ve used WooCommerce Subscriptions to sell anything from pet food to nail polish; if you’ve automated your marketing with AutomateWoo; if you’ve tested checkout with Robot Ninja—then you’ve been served by the expertise and passion of the Prospress team. Today we’re excited to announce that Prospress is joining Automattic to work closely with WooCommerce […] The post Prospress Joins Automattic to Jointly Develop WooCommerce Subscriptions appeared first on WooCommerce. […]

  • Who are you using for warehousing and fulfillment?
    by /u/hoopsagent247 on May 23, 2019 at 5:27 pm

    Looking for recs outside the usuals FBA, shipbob. shipmonk, etc submitted by /u/hoopsagent247 [link] [comments […]

  • Favorite e-comm website design examples (Wordpress)
    by /u/odin99999 on May 23, 2019 at 4:44 pm

    Looking for some excellent e-commerce website design examples for inspiration (Wordpress). Any blog or post that has compiled a list of great web designs? I know I can google around, but reddit often has the actual best lists... not sponsored content. Thanks! submitted by /u/odin99999 [link] [comments […]

  • Hosting Your Ecommerce Site: Best Web Hosting 2019
    by Jared Pomranky on May 23, 2019 at 4:24 pm

    Your ecommerce site is like a window into your business. You work hard to showcase your brand in the best […]

  • How Google Collects Data to Personalize Ads
    by Robert Brady on May 23, 2019 at 2:01 pm

    Google does most of its tracking through a user's account. If you’re logged in on your phone or browser, Google is accumulating a lot of data. And it's willing to show you. To see what Google believes you’re interested in, navigate to Ad Settings. The post How Google Collects Data to Personalize Ads appeared first on Practical Ecommerce. […]

  • Review my shopify store?
    by /u/Madcowe on May 23, 2019 at 11:58 am

    Hello, new to ecommerce. TL;DR: my store is https://snoots-snouts.com, haven't gotten sales yet, unsure if it's because of the store or marketing. Any suggestions? Background: so I have some sort of health issues that make it really hard to have an "actual job", been trying to bud my body breaks down lol. Figured ecommerce could be a great way for me to make some money with my current condition, so I hired a guy on shopify to make me that store but now I'm not really sure what to do... I'm more than willing to work for it, just need some guidance 🙂 submitted by /u/Madcowe [link] [comments […]

  • Start running Google ads without video in product description?
    by /u/Tenma-Yuuki on May 23, 2019 at 10:42 am

    My store's all set up and ready to start marketing to prospects. I'm keen to start running Google ads to my store, but there's one thing holding me back at the moment. Unfortunately, I can't seem to find any decent quality videos (w/o watermarks) of the product I'm selling from a single supplier. I plan to outsource the video creation to someone else since I'm no video creator, though it'll be a while before that's ready; the video will showcase the product from multiple angles and its features. Do you think I should start advertising anyway, or hold off until the video's done? submitted by /u/Tenma-Yuuki [link] [comments […]

  • News Cart for May 23rd
    by Andrew Youderian on May 23, 2019 at 10:00 am

    Hello, entrepreneurs! You know Mailchimp for its email services but now they’re mixing things up. Adobe’s Magento hopes to remove friction for D2C stores selling on Amazon. And Walmart—chasing Mr. Prime—hopped aboard the one-day delivery train. Also, is Bezos ditching his empire for an excavator? It’s all in the ECF News Cart for May 23, [...] The post News Cart for May 23rd appeared first on eCommerceFuel. […]

  • ARM Joins Firms Shunning Huawei's Business
    by Richard Adhikari on May 23, 2019 at 9:41 am

    British mobile device software design firm ARM has ordered its staff to stop working with Chinese smartphone giant Huawei, in compliance with a ban issued by President Trump. Under an executive order he signed last week, foreign companies and individuals are prohibited from buying United States technology and services without first obtaining special approval from the U.S. government. […]

  • Anyone have any experience with ishipusa ?
    by /u/hoopsagent247 on May 23, 2019 at 1:09 am

    Researching warehousing & fulfillment for my e-comm shop and came across this provider and seems like a pretty good deal. Wondering if anyone else out there has any experience with them? Thanks submitted by /u/hoopsagent247 [link] [comments […]

  • The Bare Essentials for High-converting Ecommerce Sites
    by Pamela Hazelton on May 22, 2019 at 9:17 pm

    Driving traffic to your online store is one thing. Turning a decent percentage of visitors into buyers is another. That’s why businesses should always make sure the site is shoppable before spending a dime on advertising. A conversion-worthy website focuses on key elements that work together. Call them "essentials." The post The Bare Essentials for High-converting Ecommerce Sites appeared first on Practical Ecommerce. […]

  • A Deep Dive Into Magento 2 Features, Pricing & More: Is Migrating Really Worth The Effort?
    by Susan Meyer on May 22, 2019 at 3:19 pm

    Magento ecommerce software has been around since the initial version was launched back in 2008. Today, it makes up a […]

  • Better Customer Satisfaction Through AI-Enabled CRM
    by Arun Upadhyay on May 22, 2019 at 2:00 pm

    You don't have to be entrenched in the tech world to have heard the term, "artificial intelligence," but what is artificial intelligence, or AI, as it's commonly known? Simply put, AI is the simulation of human intelligence processes performed by machines or computer systems. Nowadays, AI is being used to carry out many jobs previously held by humans, but there's no need to panic. […]

  • Live Chat Is Critical for B2B Ecommerce
    by Shawn Arnold on May 22, 2019 at 1:36 pm

    Live chat is arguably more important for B2B sites than for B2C. The B2B purchasing process is typically complex. Buyers frequently have questions. Increasingly, they expect a live-chat function for real-time conversations. In this article, I will review the basics of building a successful live chat program. The post Live Chat Is Critical for B2B Ecommerce appeared first on Practical Ecommerce. […]

  • EU's Counterattack on Junk News May Help Protect Elections
    by Richard Adhikari on May 22, 2019 at 9:56 am

    Government efforts to minimize the effects of junk and fake news circulating on social media ahead of this week's EU parliamentary elections may have succeeded, suggest results of a study conducted by Oxford University's Computational Propaganda Project. The European Commission undertook targeted actions to counter junk news last year. […]

  • Review request - Shopify order fulfillment service from China
    by /u/TaobaoGuides on May 22, 2019 at 7:57 am

    After years of the cross border eCommerce experience, I launched my own business 86deal.com which focuses on providing dropshipping order fulfillment service in China for the Shopify sellers. Our services include: ​ Sourcing Purchasing Quality inspection Label and ads removing Repacking Warehousing Order printing Pick and pack Label and packaging customization International shipping Tracking upload Package return to China ​ Please kindly review my website and services. submitted by /u/TaobaoGuides [link] [comments […]

  • Advice - Selling Physical Gift Cards online
    by /u/marc404 on May 22, 2019 at 3:52 am

    Hi eCommerce folk. I'm investigating the best approach to selling physical gift cards online. Can anyone share their experiences in this area. I'd love to hear about what CMS you are using, fraud prevention mechanics, payment gateway/processor and how the whole experience has been for you. Thank you in advance. submitted by /u/marc404 [link] [comments […]

 

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