Choosing an ecommerce platform is far from an easy decision. Some of them offer better pricing, while others are known for beautiful templates. From Shopify to WooCommerce and Squarespace to BigCommerce, they all have pros and cons. But if you'd like to guarantee a smooth interface and ensure that you're getting incredible themes, it seems like you can't go wrong with BigCommerce. The pricing is pretty competitive, and BigCommerce has been known to help you grow into a larger company. In this BigCommerce tutorial, we'll talk about how to launch an online store with BigCommerce, along with some tips for adding products and testing your store.
Are you looking for a way to improve your customer relationships? An FAQ page might just do the trick. Not only is an FAQ area essential for guiding your customers around your site, but it can serve as a trust-builder, convincing customer to buy more products by giving them additional information. But how do you create the perfect FAQ page? Keep reading to find out.
Email marketing happens to be one of the most useful and profitable methods of online marketing – a fact that few ecommerce store owners would not be aware of. Klaviyo is an email marketing app/service that I have reviewed in this article below. It's one of the top email marketing apps you can find in many app stores, and it has quite a reputation for expediting the email creation process.
Searching for a payment gateway turns into a confusing battle to figure out which companies offer the best rates, which of them are helpful for processing payments in various countries and how the systems integrate with your own online store. The 2Checkout solution serves as a wonderful option, since it integrates well with tools like Shopify, Bigcommerce and more. In this 2Checkout review, we'll talk about its top features, language options, and much more.
If you run an online store using BigCommerce, you know that it is a great platform to get a beautiful store up and running in no time. It's also great for finding apps that are bound to help out your marketing. In this article, we'll go through the best Bigcommerce apps, especially those that cater to your marketing strategy.
BigCommerce has solid built in marketing features, and you also probably have a great marketing plan in place, but there are also a lot of BigCommerce marketing apps and extensions available that make the process a lot easier and more streamlined. Here are my favorite apps to supercharge your marketing (in no particular order).
Building an online store used to be considered an extremely difficult task. Even today, you typically need some sort of development knowledge when working with most platforms. In addition, you have to make your own products and figure out a way to package and ship them. However, a combination of the Shopify Lite plan and Oberlo has made it so much easier on merchants.
In short, Shopify Lite provides online store tools at a reasonable price, while Oberlo connects you with thousands of suppliers willing to dropship your products to customers.
Making money with hobbies like writing, gardening, fitness, and art are often not in the cards. Unless of course, you put together a professional online course to teach people all about it. This Teachable review outlines one of the more impressive options for developing a beautiful website for presenting your courses, from video courses to PDF training.
We've taken a look Teachable's main competitors: Udemy and Uscreen. Both of those mentioned have their pros and cons, but now it's time to outline Teachable, another interesting company. Teachable has clean website interfaces, great customization tools, marketing options and analytics.
Teachable's online course creation module provides hosting and security, along with all the learning tools you need, from quizzes to discussion forums and blogs to video courses. So keep reading to check out our detailed Teachable review and see if it's the right online course builder for you:
If you're looking for a cheap or free open source ecommerce platform, you've come to the right place.
Well, technically, you could choose just about any ecommerce framework, since the majority of them are rather inexpensive as it is.
However, the open source model has brought about all sorts of praise from the people who use it, especially considering these online store systems are completely free, they're managed and developed by numerous people around the world, and you can typically find lots of documentation and blog posts to guide you along your way.
When researching and choosing any of these ecommerce frameworks, it's important to decide the type of development experience you're looking for.
Here are a few questions you should consider asking yourself: