In any thriving economy one feature you’ll inevitably encounter are fair and open, but still competitive, marketplaces. However, in today’s ecommerce environments some feel that competitiveness has been stifled, and that markets are unfair and unhealthy from an economic standpoint. Where ecommerce is concerned, in most cases the only winner is the marketplace owner. PublicMarket is attempting to change that by decentralizing ecommerce on the blockchain, transforming the online business model, and creating a fair and more economically viable online market ecosystem.
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.
User-generated content is essentially any content created by unpaid contributors or users. It can include anything from pictures, videos, and blog posts to testimonials and comments on discussion boards.
User-generated content is typically created or uploaded online, where it is easily shared.
But why is UGC such a big deal? And why are corporations spending millions to try and push users to create user generated content?
Technology has done wonders and transformed the way we live our lives.
A few years ago, the global business operated in the physical world. Back then, you were expected to visit a shop to make a purchase. In the present world, smartphones, tablets, and PCs have changed the scenario, and companies have started setting up online businesses to tap into the massive population of the internet world.
Companies like Amazon, eBay, Walmart, and Target proved that e-commerce was the newest kid on the tech block worth checking on. But as time went by, niche specific business owners realized that some buyers don’t want to go to these general sites for everything. Niche-specific businesses are usually passionate about what they sell, and they usually do a lot of research and value the opinions of their customers while scouting for a product to add to their catalogues.
Is it as good as it claims? This Cloudflare CDN review covers it’s most critical features, pricing strategy, usability, customer support, and overall functionality.
We’ve all watched numerous action films. So here’s something I assume you’ve been asked before…
Ever wondered where you’d hide a dead body to avoid getting caught?
No. I’m not talking about destroying it. Of course, there are countless options if you decided to proceed with that.
But let’s say you only have a few minutes to think fast. What would be your best idea?
This MaxCDN review covers every little thing about the service- features, customer support, ease of use, pricing, and overall functionalities.
It will not kill you. Or hurt you in any way.
But waiting has got to be one of the most annoying things in today’s fast-paced world. No one wants to be kept waiting for anything.
Doubt it? Well, try being late to your next meeting. Each additional minute they’ll wait for you will probably feel like five minutes. You’ll be lucky if the meeting subsequently proceeds smoothly.
With CS-Cart, you receive a self-hosted ecommerce platform with marketplace functionality, excellent design tools, and a wide variety of marketing features. Started in 2005, CS-Cart is part of the Simtech conglomerate, and it's been known as a solid solution for those who want to sell on a self-hosted platform.
CS-Cart is great for designing, and you may have the opportunity to keep your costs low (since you only pay once for the downloadable software). However, there are some add-ons, upgrades, and customer support fees that you may end up paying for. Keep reading our CS-Cart review to learn more.
Ok, admit it. You probably didn’t expect this one.
Unless you moved out to Mars, you’ve definitely heard about the $1.68 billion acquisition deal. It’s all everyone has been talking about over the past few days.
I’d like to be in the same boat and say that this was entirely unforeseen. But for me, it wasn’t. Not at all.