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.
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Nature* feeds us, purifies the air we breathe and the water we drink. Unbeatable booster, it cures stress, sadness, reenergizes humans. It’s all around us but most of us fail to appreciate it or even notice it, which is a bit like turning the back on our own selves. No, we’re not going into a philosophical discussion about nature, and how our own beings are (part of) nature. We’re just trying to remind you of the importance of looking at nature – an incredible source of endless inspiration on top of everything else.
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With the ever changing market, it's difficult to understand exactly where and how to sell products online, regardless of whether they're physical or digital. A band, for example, might want to sell merchandise and music tracks, but trying to figure out the best outlet to do so is troublesome.
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The web was supposed to get better, that was the promise. And you'd think it would have, with all the increased awareness of accessibility and usability considerations. But strangely enough, we're more than 25 years in, and things are actually getting worse in general. How could this be so?
It can't be blamed on education. Every course in Internet Design and Development worth its salt covers the fundamentals of good design principles, usability, and accessibility. It can't be blamed on the engineering standards, because the W3C guidelines are stricter and more clearly defined than ever before. Nor can it be blamed on technology, because the technology is more supportive of developing high quality sites, not less.
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Since all major search engines such as Google, Bing and Yahoo determine the ranking of their search results in a similar way, the internal coding and the visual appearance of your website plays a hugely important role when it comes to search engine optimization (SEO). With the internet now being the hottest source of information for almost everything you could think of, it’s also one of the biggest platforms out there for advertising your brand. With the average web user browsing the web around fourteen times a day from a variety of devices, every website has a design – but is yours helping, or hindering your success? We’ve listed some top tips for improving your website’s SEO through your web design.
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There's a strange phenomenon that has arisen among software publishers. There appears to be a tendency for people to invert their understanding of what makes a quality product better, or at least this is true when it comes to those who do the marketing. It goes something along the lines of: “Their product has one million lines of code, but ours has two million, so therefore our product must be better.”
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While creating a blog might seem simple on the surface, creating a successful blog is much more difficult. Many people are under the impression that simply building a blog and regularly posting content is enough to build an audience. However, many new bloggers commit crucial mistakes that could be easily avoided. Before you create a blog, here are five crucial blogging mistakes many beginners make and how to avoid them yourself.
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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.
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