PayPal is synonymous with payments. So, anyone running either an online shop or in-person store should know what it is and what it does. But did you know that you can start taking PayPal payments while you're on the go? PayPal has introduced a new card reader and its PayPal Here app. PayPal markets the PayPal Here card reader as the card reader that will “make it easier to accept secure payments in your store or on-the-go.”
Interested? Well, it doesn't stop there. PayPal has more than one card reader that works with the PayPal Here app.
Let's delve a bit deeper into this!
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Have you been swindled by the errands to churn out the easy peasy hacks to sell on Instagram with your Shopify store? Believe me, I know what it takes, and how demanding it is, to make your brand or whatever niche you're into known to the most precise audience.
This dire need follows the immense dominance of Instagram as a sales channel for most of the online retailers. If you look at the stats of 2019 alone, you'll kill the daunting thoughts of whether your business really needs Instagram as a marketing tool.
With over 64% of users being of the age between 18-34, that should ring a bell that age targeting comes in handy in an exceedingly remarkable way. Instagram presses on to drastically turn your campaigns into sales.
Continue reading How to Sell on Instagram with Shopify – The Ultimate Guide
When it comes to conversations about CRM software, there's one name that will always push to the front of the pack, and that's Salesforce CRM.
Probably the best-known customer relationship manager tool in the world today, Salesforce has a 20% market share in the current industry, making it the go-to solution for millions of businesses worldwide. The sheer number of third-party integrations, add-on options, and robust features that come packaged into the Salesforce solution means that it's one of the most unbeatable tools on the market. Not only that, but Salesforce is incredibly easy to use too, with a speedy powerful, and easy-to-customize UI.
Many of the companies that turn to Salesforce for their marketing solutions use it because they've outgrown their more lightweight or simplistic CRM software. While there are plenty of alternative options out there, few offer the same comprehensive functionality that comes with Salesforce. After all, for years, the software has been one of the most reliable strategies for comprehensive customer management, sales, and marketing.
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It's becoming increasingly less common for people to carry cash. We're all so used to flashing our phone for contactless payments, or simply handing over a piece of plastic whenever we need to make a purchase. In 2013, PayPal purchased the mobile payment service, Venmo, to help it take the next step into payment future. In the same year, competing transaction company Square launched their own “Square cash” solution, followed quickly by Square Cash for business.
The Square cash app is designed to help people accept payments quickly and manage money with their friends. It's also one of the easiest ways for today's versatile merchants to accept payment via mobile.
Like most of the products in the Square portfolio, Square cash is a simple, tech-focused platform intended to make life just a little bit easier. If you think it might be the best way to upgrade your transaction strategy, read through our Square cash review to find out more.
Continue reading Square Cash Review: The Painless Payment App (January 2020)
Over 74 million sites depend on the WordPress platform to host their blogs, sell their products or just write their daily musings for the world to see. When you get started building your ecommerce website you certainly have lots of choices to make, and WordPress ties into this.
Which of the standout ecommerce platforms will you choose? Are you planning on grabbing a theme to sell your products or is there someone you can pay to build the site from scratch? Heck, what do you even plan on selling through your ecommerce website?
Continue reading How to Create a Fantastic Online Shop with WooCommerce, Divi and SiteGround (January 2020)
Do you find the customer service bit in your line of work as an ecommerce merchant a bit baffling? Maybe you're using the wrong chatting tools. Ever heard of Shopify Ping?
If you're unfamiliar about this stunning app, it's undoubted that Shopify really caught you off-guard. But that doesn't matter anymore. You're now on the right track. At least, from now henceforth. Ordinarily, a merchant needs to communicate with their customers every so often.
Of course, it's part of building a reputable customer relationship. At times, potential customers might need you to show them how to go about making a purchase from your online store. That aside, they need to get some sort of affirmation that the goods ordered will reach their respective doorsteps.
Continue reading Shopify Ping Review: Customer Conversations at a Glance
Have you ever wondered about the truth behind Woocommerce pricing? Is it really free, or are there hidden expenses to consider? Our Woocommerce pricing review tells you everything you need to know.
WooCommerce is a free open source plugin designed for WordPress.
So, why have we written an article all about WooCommerce pricing?
Simply put, just because your base software is free – doesn't mean that your online store is free to run.
When you're launching your own online business, it's easy to forget about all the different expenses that you need to consider. That's particularly true when you're dealing with plugins that claim to be free.
The good news?
A tool like WooCommerce gives you more control over how you allocate your budget.
You can decide exactly how much you want to spend on things like design, hosting, and customer service, to drive the best results for your business.
So, what's the truth about WooCommerce pricing?
Let's find out.
Continue reading WooCommerce Pricing 2020: The Cost of an Online Store
If you’ve tried running an ecommerce website, then you already know how fierce the competition is out there. The number of ecommerce businesses is increasing quite exponentially because we all want a piece of the action- especially considering that the volume of digital buyers globally in 2019 is about to hit 2 billion.
Continue reading 80 Most Common Ecommerce Website Mistakes in 2020 Explained