What type of business should you run? I'm certain you have thousands of ideas floating around your mind, but the hard part is figuring out which of those ideas are winners. You could start blogging, selling a brilliant content idea online or even creating a digital product to charge recurring payments to subscribers.
With over 191.1 million digital shoppers in the United States alone, the world is a beautiful place to start making money online. With all of these digital shoppers comes transactions that go through your online store. How are these transactions processed? Does it all just happen magically, or is there a processing system setup when you go for an ecommerce store option like Shopify?
Wix is known for its simple website builder, with a drag and drop interface and a development wonderland for complete beginners. Wix ecommerce has also seen some success, with competitive pricing and decent-looking themes.
Basically, the Wix Ecommerce system allows for selling anything from clothing to specialty cakes. There's even support for digital goods like audio files and eBooks.
The company has taken the website building world by storm, helping small business owners leapfrog over expensive website design companies and put their own time into generating a stylish website–without having to pay the hefty costs.
Wix still can't beat out more powerful ecommerce platforms like Shopify, or more beautiful systems like Squarespace, but that's not exactly what Wix is trying to do.
Have you ever wondered if you’re using the right ecommerce platform for selling online? Do you sometimes stumble upon a new service that’s more functional and cheaper than what you’re using now? Starting a small business is all about keeping your costs low, and finding an ecommerce platform to help you with that is half the battle. Unfortunately, when you run a small business website it often becomes tricky when you want to bring on a new ecommerce platform or even just modify your site at all. Read our Ecwid review to find out more about this solution.
It's time to kill the myth that Shopify is only suitable for small or medium-sized businesses. I’m sure you’ve heard that Shopify is for “mom and pop shops” and while that’s not wrong — it’s half of the story. It’s true that Shopify is known as the best platform on which to create and manage an ecommerce store, but it’s not just for small or medium-sized businesses.
With the Shopify Plus plan, high-growth, high-volume merchants are also able to grow and nurture on the platform. In this Shopify Plus review, we'll explore how the offering provides enterprise-grade selling capabilities without the headaches, timeframes, or hefty price tags of traditional enterprise applications.
As a developer of apps, games etc., your primary skill set, but naturally, would be programming and software development. This is what you do the best and this is what you should be able to focus your energies on the most. While this would be the ideal scenario for you, the practicalities of life, however, could be substantially different, as you have probably experienced for yourself, to your disadvantage.
The unfortunate fact that most developers have to live with is having to spend large amounts of time and efforts on tasks and activities like setting up payment gateways, licensing systems, trial setups, analytics etc. – all sucking up your time, away from areas of your core competencies.
If this is where you are at, you might find a good friend in Paddle – a service that lets you easily setup checkout and provides several other useful tools for your web site where you sell apps and games.
Remember that time when you tried to sell digital products online, only to find that a chunk of your income got chipped away by hefty transaction fees? What about a situation where your ecommerce platform didn't offer an on-site checkout? In this SendOwl review, we'll uncover a platform that solves these problems.
For some reason, it's tricky finding the right ecommerce platform for digital products. Big brands seem to have more of a focus on physical products, with some watered down digital offerings packed in there.
This is where SendOwl comes into the picture. SendOwl is an online platform where you can easily and inexpensively create a storefront and start selling digital products and services. SendOwl enables a rapid launch process, making it as close to “one click” as you can get.
SendOwl has a rapid launch process, and you can construct sites for digital items, memberships, subscriptions and drip-enabled content.
Providing customer support via live chat has become nearly as essential as a payment gateway for an ecommerce operation today, for two main reasons. Firstly, scores of online buyers are coming to expect this sort of support mechanism when they are shopping online and secondly, this can lead to a significant boost to the sales volumes.