All sorts of criminal activity happens in the ecommerce world. You have fraud, which stems from people trying to take advantage of your company by completing unwarranted chargebacks, claiming a product wasn't delivered when it was and utilizing fraudulent payment techniques. Fraud also ties in with identity theft, where you might think that you have a sale, but it's actually someone who has stolen the credit card information of another person.
Ryan Stewart of Webris is an all around cool guy. He’s been featured on some of the biggest marketing publications like Moz and Ahrefs, and his post on why he stopped selling SEO services was one of the most popular articles on the Moz blog last year.
Then I came across a case study of an Ecommerce store that he put together. I was blown away.
If you've ever tried to sell products on both Amazon and eBay, you already know how frustrating it can be to manage two dashboards, keep everything syncing and control the automated processes offered by both companies.
Well, we've come across a tool called SellerCloud, and it's making an effort to completely revolutionize the way multi-channel selling is done. Let's take a look to see if it's worth your money.
Whether a customer contacts you through email, phone, chat or a support ticket, they want a fast response. At that moment in time that's the only thing they desire.
Therefore, a speedy response time should always be your primary objective when establishing a support system. After that the customer is going to judge you on the quality of support. This ties into how knowledgeable you sound, if you resolve their problem on the first try and if you're accommodating to any problems they have encountered on your site.
Sometimes you stumble upon an ecommerce platform that looks too good to be true.
I would argue that PinnacleCart is one of those situations, since it has an onslaught of built-in features, and the integrations cater to some niche companies.
However, this one is all true, seeing as how the support is strong, we like the themes, and dropshippers can get up and running fast.
If you've ever played Cards Against Humanity, at some point you had to have to figure out that the Chicago creators are not exactly your regular business people. They've shared their story with numerous publications, developed one of the most popular, and raunchiest, party games in the world, and most of the creators still hold their regular day jobs, even after selling millions of copies of the game.
For some reason companies selling services feel like they must send out a invoice after the job is done. Sure, sometimes this can bring in more new customers, but what about being able to charge those who don't need to see the work first. Or what about past clients who know you already do good work?
Service industries get stuck with invoicing, making it more probable their clients forget, or refuse, to pay them. Most of the time this isn't fair at all, considering the average web design company or contractor is not out to scam every one of their clients.
If you've worked with Shopify in the past, you've asked the question, “Which Shopify apps are the best?” The question generally comes from beginners trying to scale up their stores, but eventually, you'll start hearing similar thoughts ringing in your head. Although this time, it'll be more focused, like apps for accounting, email marketing or social media. You're also bound to hear yourself thinking about budgetary restraints, meaning the free and affordable apps are generally on your radar first.
Although this time, it'll be more focused, like apps for accounting, email marketing or social media. You're also bound to hear yourself thinking about budgetary restraints, meaning the free and affordable apps are generally on your radar first.