Your ecommerce store requires a wide range of tasks and people to complete the tasks. As your online store grows, you start to realize the need for marketing people, customer support reps, and designers. Dozens of other responsibilities are required, some of which might be filled by you, freelancers, or full-time employees. Regardless of your setup, content collaboration is key to a successful workflow.
One of the easiest ways to expand your store's reach around the globe is by incorporating a multilingual interface. This means that a website that's usually shown in, say, English, could be instantly translated to German, Italian, or whatever language the current user wants.
Once upon a time, running a business meant creating your own products from scratch, spending loads of upfront cash, and handling everything from shipping to packaging and customer support. That's changed quite a bit of the years, and one of the most popular trends is called dropshipping.
For smaller online stores, the Ambassador referral software probably hasn't been on your radar. It doesn't have a direct Shopify or Bigcommerce app, and the main customer base seems to be large companies like Logitech, Zillow, and Hulu. That said, plenty of lesser known brands are also utilizing the referral software, and there are integrations with platforms like Shopify (even though you can't get them in the public app stores).
Skrill has an interesting history. I've had some merchants ask me whether or not it's a scam. Let's be clear–I can be certain it's a legitimate payment processor. However, it does have some problems with transparency–especially in the United States. And you're going to find that the fees are often less than desirable. However, this is often because Skrill does take on risk by supporting merchants that aren't supported by PayPal and other more popular processors. So, in this Skrill review, we'll learn about this interesting company and whether or not you should consider it at all.
Dropshipping advertisements often promise futures of success and financial wealth without putting in much work. However, if you've been in the dropshipping space before, you know there's nothing easy about it. It's great for smaller companies without much starting capital, and we also like it for established brands that would like to branch out into a new product without having to buy in bulk. Since dropshipping is so similar to regular ecommerce, we love finding tools that expedite the process for vendors and make business easier. AliDropship is one of those tools, and in this AliDropship review, we'll outline which features are offered to help your business and if it's worthwhile for you to check out.
If you've ever tried to dropship, you know that there are several obstacles you may run into. First of all, there are some services that offer dropshipping from places like India and China. These are sometimes great, but it's not uncommon to find that some of these suppliers and manufacturers are not reputable, or they take forever to ship to your country because of how far it is. Then you have the process of finding suppliers yourself.
Since 2001, X-Cart has provided ecommerce and multivendor tools for over 35,000 online stores. The X-Cart brand is synonymous with creative control and complete oversight, considering it's a self-hosted, high-performance solution. This might sound like a dream to some online business owners, but for others, it's not exactly what they need.
The good news is that it's rather easy to figure out if X-Cart is the right ecommerce platform for your business, since it mainly has to do with how much experience you have with coding and building websites as a developer. Or, you might want to pay a developer to do the work for you. In this X-Cart review, you'll learn about all the features offered, along with what expenses you'll encounter.