Are you completely in love with your current CRM or ecommerce platform? You shudder at the thought of having to migrate all that information into a new platform, just because you now want to capitalize on marketing automation. With so many marketing automation software options, finding “THE ONE” doesn’t mean you’re stuck with software that doesn’t play nice with others. SharpSpring came on the market in 2014 and was built as an affordable, open system for agencies to use to provide marketing automation to clients and integrate with all client systems. In this SharpSpring review we'll see if how platform provides a full set of tools for lead generation, lead nurturing, contact management, sales management and analytics.
Lots of people ask us which ecommerce platform is the best suited for a company just getting started with an online store. If we gave you the long answer it would be a little more complicated. However, a short answer to that question is that Shopify should be able to offer all the functionality you need. It's filled with tools for launching a site within minutes, and you don't have to worry about self-hosting or buying a domain name from a third party. You'll find my full review below. For more Shopify reviews from our readers check out the comments area.
It's filled with tools for launching a site within minutes, and you don't have to worry about self-hosting or buying a domain name from a third party. You'll find my full review below. For more Shopify reviews from our readers check out the comments area.
In that respect, one could call it the perfect out of the box solution, built with pricing plans that cater to small starter stores as well as shops that are bringing in millions of dollars in sales.
Shopify has an incredible number of features, themes, and selling options; all coming together to deliver an easy eCommerce experience for both merchants and buyers.
However, many eCommerce professionals notice that Shopify’s platform isn’t the easiest to customize. The visual composer provides a few interesting tools for the beginners, but for merchants who want a more custom online store, it’s usually necessary to hire developers or Shopify experts who know how to write code.
Have you ever heard of the acronym ERP? If not, it's time we take a look into it, because ERP could turn your business into a more effective and efficient organization. To start, the acronym ERP stands for Enterprise Resource Planning. Sounds somewhat generic, right? Well, let's take a look at what it means and how ERP helps you out in the ecommerce world.
Black Friday has quickly turned into one of the busiest shopping days of the entire year, while Cyber Monday has even surpassed Black Friday in sales. In this article we have cover some amazing marketing tips that pit Black Friday vs Cyber Monday ecommerce marketing against each other. It may seem like you should take the same approach with both, but that couldn't be further from the truth.
Think of the last time you purchased an item online.
Did any of the reviews sway your decision on whether or not to buy?
Although Amazon has been seeing its fair share of biased reviews, this doesn't mean that the reviews still don't work. In addition, you, as an independent ecommerce professional, still have some pull next to Amazon, due to no one ruining the system with free gifts for reviewers.
Effective landing page creation baffles many small business owners. Either they don't understand the advantages of landing pages, or they feel like it takes too long to construct the pages for each new product released on an ecommerce store. In fact, getting landing pages built is one of the top five challenges faced by small business marketers.
Sometimes it's not exactly ideal when you're running an ecommerce store and trying to use a third-party email newsletter engine like MailChimp, AWeber or Campaign Monitor.
Problems arise when you attempt to connect the automated emails to your products, receipts and transactions, seeing as how these aren't integrated solutions for the ecommerce world.
However, SmartrMail has a different approach.