The beauty of ecommerce, you’ve got to admit, lies partly in digital prospecting and lead generation processes.
Yes, that’s right.
I know the competition might be intimidating at the beginning. Even the mere thought of standing up against established brands makes marketing seem like an entirely complicated ballgame. Especially for small enterprises with fairly limited budgets and almost inexistent online influence.
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“A web hosting server is the lifeline of every site.” Said Dr. Chris Dayagdag, a Google partner and technopreneur. And he couldn’t have put it better. In essence, your site is only as good as its underlying hosting framework.
And so, as part of my journey to establishing the best possible lifelines for ecommerce sites, I decided to take a slightly different route this time round. Instead of the typical hosting services we’re all used to, I tried out one that’s most renowned for its extensive server abstraction capabilities.
Is Cloudways a reliable ecommerce hosting solution? Well, let’s find out…
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Before we dive deep into the blubolt review, I must admit that we've sampled a wide range of ecommerce platforms. On the other hand, we’ve also tried out numerous managed hosting services for online stores.
Normally, we’ve always considered these two as separate solutions on opposite ends of the spectrum- each with its own exclusive set of specialized providers, dealing with a specific type of users.
Rarely have we stumbled upon providers who’ve combined both solutions on a single framework. So, guess what? This happens to be one of those special occasions. And from the look of things, exploring such a unique, multi-faceted company should be interesting.
But, is it possible to focus on both simultaneously without compromising either?
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This ConvertKit review covers all the important features, its overall pricing, plus its suitability as an email marketing automation tool.
As a regular blogger, I’ve also seen the results first-hand. Even when you’re not particularly selling anything, email marketing will get you those content shares you target. As a matter of fact, email subscribers are three times more likely to share your pieces on social media than other types of readers.
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As a small business website builder, Webs.com has made waves when it comes to dominating the market and showing companies how to quickly get online.
Webs was eventually bought by VistaPrint, but prior to that transaction, the website building company had a mission to make a system that even their moms could understand.
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If you haven't heard of Jimdo, you might want to give it a look- because although it's not exactly the most popular website builder on the market, the pricing is pretty tempting for the number of features you receive.
Fortunately, there’s even a free pricing plan for users who just want to create a simple personal blogging site. It’s also ideal for people who wouldn’t necessarily be willing to fork over payment information to try out the features.
Online store capabilities are offered as well, but the true standouts are the templates. Jimdo gives you some rather unique themes to select from- which says quite a lot for such a reasonably priced website builder.
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Of course you’ve heard about them. And your parents know them too. Because for over a decade now, GoDaddy has gone heavy on large-scale promotions, including Super Bowl ads. Consequently, they’ve grown into a powerhouse that not only manages 77 million domains, but also boasts of a customer base that stretches beyond 18 million.
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Here’s something I find extremely shocking. The average global conversion rate across multiple industries is about 2.86%.
That basically means that close to 98% of your site’s traffic is largely useless. They don’t ultimately translate to direct revenue.
And if you thought the gurus were doing so much better, get this- the top quarter of ecommerce websites are converting about 5.31%.
Now let that sink in for a minute. It makes you wonder why we even invest heavily in traffic generation campaigns.
Ok, I get it- that more traffic means more individuals in the 2.86% bracket. But, hang on and look at this from a different perspective.
Picture focusing your efforts on optimizing your site’s conversion. Imagine what you’d be able to achieve if you were able to boost the rate tenfold.
Sounds like a gold mine, right?
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