There are several trends influencing the ecommerce industry as a whole, but arguably the most visible of these is bitcoin.
When it comes to payment processors in ecommerce sites, the talk used to be about credit cards, PayPal, COD (cash on delivery), et al. But now it’s shifting towards bitcoins and digital currencies.
Digital currencies are the future of ecommerce. Bitcoin was founded in 2011, but back then it was hard to imagine that it could be put to any kind of practical use.
Local currencies couldn’t be converted to bitcoin easily and, as a result, no retailer would even think of accepting bitcoins as payment. But things started changing gradually, particularly over the past 3 years.
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Our previous generation didn’t have it so easy. Now almost anyone can become an entrepreneur without breaking their bank balance to generate capital.
There are a number of online platforms, such as Shopify and WooCommerce, and tools based on these platforms that can help you choose and identify products to sell. They’ll help to sell them as well!
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There’s nothing more satisfying than getting your ecommerce business set up and generating your first sale. Once the sales and revenue keep coming, you begin to think of yourself as an entrepreneur.
Setting up an ecommerce store isn’t as hard as it probably was earlier. With platforms such as Shopify, WooCommerce, BigCommerce, and others, you are given all the technical support you need to get your ecommerce store up and ready.
You can also hunt for ideas on stuff to sell and select products you like or are more suited to your ecommerce intentions and resources. But for the sales and revenue to keep coming in, you need efficient delivery of the merchandise to your customers. That’s where you build trust and goodwill.
And I’ll be frank: it’s not easy to choose carriers.
Continue reading UPS vs. USPS: Which Is Better for Your Ecommerce Store?
Ever thought about selling shower curtains with your original design printed on them?
How about coffee mugs with inside office jokes? Or statement phone cases?
These custom products are sold all over the internet, but the good news is that there's always room for more creativity.
After all, your ideas are going to be completely unique, allowing you to make money on your best designs.
The main problems you'll encounter involve fulfilment, billing, designing, and sourcing. Luckily, Printify takes care of all of these.
Continue reading Printify Review: Easy and Quick Way to Create Products With Your Designs
Wave Apps offers several products ranging from accounting platforms to invoicing. Some of the other offerings include lending, payments, payroll, and receipts.
When you think about it, just about all of these can be implemented into an ecommerce system. For example, you can send out digital receipts, manage payments and get your payroll under control.
However, this is a Wave Accounting review, a focus on the easy and free accounting software made just for small businesses. The good part is that you can use the software for both online and brick and mortar companies. Or, it allows you to connect both online and offline sales for the ultimate bookkeeping solution. Overall, each of these products
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If you've ever hired a developer, you may have wondered whether or not one of your own workers (or yourself for that matter,) could have done the job yourself.
In the past, it was required to find a technology expert to create email marketing campaigns, pop-up forms and marketing automation modules.
That's not the case anymore.
A wide range of tools are available for your marketing pleasure, and none of them are as sleek and easy-to-use as Wishpond. In this detailed Wishpond review, we'll discuss how you can easily run your entire ecommerce marketing program with Wishpond.
I've played around with many marketing tools in the past. Today, you're mainly going to find solutions that don't require coding.
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What are some of your main goals as an ecommerce professional?
Would you like to increase traffic, build your reputation or increase conversions? What about improving your customer service?
All of these are fine goals, but putting your plan into action and actually achieving those goals becomes a little trickier. That's where customer reviews come into play, since they build your credibility, give your customers an easier shopping experience and combine with SEO to guide more people to your site.
Continue reading Trust Pilot vs Feefo vs Yotpo: The Ultimate Product Review Platform Comparison
Handling reviews through WooCommerce, or any ecommerce platform for that matter, can be slightly unorganized.
The same goes for the interface that customers use, where it asks for too much customer information to post a review, or the form requires too many steps to publish.
In this Woo Reviews (by Wiremo) review, we're going to cover a plugin that hopefully mitigates all of your problems with reviews. It's a plugin that improves WooCommerce reviews, so those of you who utilize WordPress and WooCommerce for your online store will have a wonderful solution for customer reviews.
Although the primary plugin covered today works with WooCommerce, Wiremo also supports integrations with the following systems:
Continue reading Woo Reviews by Wiremo Review: Sleek Customer Reviews with Requests and Conversations