One of the primary aspects of setting up an online store is figuring out the perfect payment processing solution. Sometimes payment solutions are far too expensive based on the number of products you are selling–or because of the price of those products. Sometimes you can't use a payment system because it doesn't support things like pre-payments or split payments.
Celery is an interesting alternative (more like an add-on) to the commonplace payment processors like Stripe (read our Stripe review) and PayPal (read our Paypal reviews). In this celery review, you'll learn about the features that make it stand out and understand exactly which type of businesses might benefit from Celery.
Continue reading Celery Review for 2020: A Payment Processor With Delayed Payments, Referrals and More
Sometimes it's tough to decide between two ecommerce platforms, even when they're so different. In our Webflow vs Shopify comparison, you'll find that your decision will depend completely on your experience and desire for certain features.
Keep reading to learn about how Webflow and Shopify match up.
Continue reading Webflow vs Shopify: It Depends on Your Experience
If you've used Weebly in the past, you know that it's a simple website builder, initially created so that anyone could make a website from scratch. The same can pretty much be said for Weebly today, except the company has added many interesting features, especially in the ecommerce area. But a big question for most people looking for an ecommerce platform is how much they are going to spend. We'll talk about all Weebly pricing, from the plans to the extras such as themes, hosting, and apps.
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Selling your own online course doesn't have to be scary. In fact, you don't even need to be a web designer. That's thanks to the wide variety of online sales platforms and website building tools made just for online courses. Today, we're pitting Thinkific vs Teachable to see which one might be best for your situation.
Continue reading Thinkific vs Teachable (January 2020): What's the Best Way to Sell Online Courses?
If you have any plans to ship some of your products from China, ePacket delivery is one of the most common options to do so. It's becoming rather typical for online stores and many types of business owners to purchase products from outside of their own country. One of those countries is China. There are a wide variety of reasons that China has become a leader in manufacturing, but much of it has to do with low costs and highly specialized workers. Therefore it makes sense that you, as an online business owner, may want to source some of your products from China and ship them to your own country.
As mentioned, ePacket delivery is one of your shipping options when purchasing or dropshipping from China. If you have no idea what an ePacket is, or you would like to learn more about the pros and cons, this is the article for you.
Continue reading The Beginner’s Guide to ePacket Delivery: Everything Your Need to Know
So you want to sell courses online? Maybe you have a knack for Adobe Illustrator or like the idea of making money by teaching people photography. One of the great things about the Internet today is that you can take a look at your current skill set and potentially monetize it by becoming an instructor online. But how do you go about building a website and selling these online courses? Luckily, there are several online course building platforms to choose from. We want to compare two of the most popular options, so we'll pit Udemy vs Teachable and see which one comes out on top.
Continue reading Udemy vs Teachable: A Comparison of Online Course Selling Heavyweights
You've seen (or maybe heard about) the entrepreneurs on Shark Tank. Half of them walk in front of the sharks talking about the hundreds of thousands, or even millions of dollars they have spent on their startup, only to be in a situation where they need more money from the billionaire investors to keep their dreams alive.
Continue reading The Cheapest Possible Way to Launch an Ecommerce Store (January 2020)
As a small business owner who is in the process of setting up an ecommerce storefront, you may have selected a software platform that is not a hosted service but requires you to provide your own web hosting for your store (such as WooCommerce). This being the case, you're probably looking for a suitable and affordable hosting service. In this BlueHost review we'll talk about the pros and cons of one of the most popular hosts. This way, you'll get an idea if Bluehost is the right option for your online store or if you should consider something else.
Continue reading Bluehost Hosting Review for 2020: Is it the Best Hosting Solution?