Our previous generation didn’t have it so easy. Now almost anyone can become an entrepreneur without breaking their bank balance to generate capital.
There’s nothing more satisfying than getting your ecommerce business set up and generating your first sale. Once the sales and revenue keep coming, you begin to think of yourself as an entrepreneur.
Setting up an ecommerce store isn’t as hard as it probably was earlier. With platforms such as Shopify, WooCommerce, BigCommerce, and others, you are given all the technical support you need to get your ecommerce store up and ready.
You can also hunt for ideas on stuff to sell and select products you like or are more suited to your ecommerce intentions and resources. But for the sales and revenue to keep coming in, you need efficient delivery of the merchandise to your customers. That’s where you build trust and goodwill.
And I’ll be frank: it’s not easy to choose carriers.
I’ll be frank. A/B testing on eCommerce websites is overrated.
Unlike most ‘CROs’ preach, changing colors and tweaking fonts are only going to give you very marginal improvements in conversions and click-through rates. It takes quite a bit of trial and error to understand what creates a positive experience for users on eCommerce websites.
It takes even more effort to identify the standard elements on eCommerce sites and determining how they can be A/B tested to try and improve conversions.
You’re in for a treat today.
I’ve done all the work for you. I’ll show you 5 eCommerce A/B testing ideas that have the most potential to increase your conversion rates, and thereby your revenue.
By the end of this post, you’ll have a solid idea of what to A/B test on eCommerce sites, how to do it, and maybe even have enough ideas to offer this as a service to your eCommerce clients!
Link building today is a disaster.
It is being abused to the core, and bloggers are wary of random strangers asking for links. Although there are legitimate ways to build links, most of them are not scalable.
And with millions of blog posts being published every day, ‘content’ has become a buzzword, and it’s becoming increasingly difficult to be seen in all the noise.
With all that being said, links are still the most important ranking factor. When you have great content, wonderful user experience, and design, the only missing element is links.
Today, I’m going to blow the lid off some link building tactics that have worked very well for us. And yes- these aren’t new tactics. But I’m going to show you how you can scale these processes sky-high, and how you can build links in one of the toughest verticals out there- ecommerce.
We thought it would be a good idea to compare everything there is to compare between Amazon and Alibaba and see how they stack up against each other – just to get an idea of which company is on a faster growth trajectory, and depict this in a very well detailed infographic.