Whether you love books or you just love selling online, there’s no doubt that selling books online can be a profitable sideline or full-on business.
You just need to do your research and work hard at it.
The book industry remains quietly successful in the face of enormous competition. Not least because there are tons of different formats we read the written word in. For anyone eschewing paper, there are ebooks and audiobooks.
If you’re interested in cashing in on the book market, here’s our handy guide on how to do precisely that.
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Do you run your own business? Or are you considering launching a brand? If so, you'll need to find and use a top-notch payment platform.
This solution helps to simplify automated clearing house payments (ACH) and white label bank transfers for businesses. It’s especially handy for companies who want to use bank transfers as a cheaper, easier way to make payments.
Does that interest you? If so, you're in the best place possible. We're taking an in-depth look at Dwolla. So, without further ado, let's dive on in!
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Looking for a tool, you can rely on to manage recurring and one-off payments with ease?
There are plenty of options out there these days. After all, the growth of the internet and the availability of mobile payments means that virtually anyone can set up their own store and start making sales, whenever and wherever they like. All they need is the right payment processing solution, and they're ready to go.
MoonClerk is just one of the many payment processing services designed for small and mid-sized companies on the market today. It's a cloud-based offering (which means that everything operates over the internet). What's more, this tool comes with access to everything from mobile payment management features, invoicing, recurring billing, and online transaction support.
Continue reading MoonClerk Review: Recurring Payments Made Simple (September 2019)
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 (September 2019)
If you're scouring the web for a comprehensive AliExpress dropshipping guide, then you're in the right place. During this post, we're going to explore everything you need to start selling online with the help of this fabulous platform.
Does that sound good to you? Perfect. Let's dive straight in!
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Global ecommerce sales are currently topping $3.5 trillion and cumulative data anticipates a 276% increase in global retail over the most recently tracked period. If you’re just starting out your ecommerce business, the first thing to learn is that global sales require global presence. This, of course, does not entail setting up multiple brick-and-mortar stores or international warehousing, but it does require a strategic and well-thought-out approach to shipping.
Why should you care about ecommerce shipping? As per BigCommerce’s 2017 survey, shipping price and speed are two of the top three most influential factors driving customer purchases. Moreover, 45% of customers have abandoned a shopping cart because of unsatisfactory delivery options, 38% say that negative delivery experience is a deal-breaker, while 66% of shoppers claim they’ve decided not to make a purchase because of higher shipping costs.
The stats speak for themselves. If you’re not dropshipping or you’re still too small to transition to 3PL (third-party logistics) fulfillment services you’ll have to store, manage and ship the products to your customers by yourself. Regardless of the type of products you sell, if you’re just starting out, order fulfillment can be a very scary undertaking with a shipload *wink wink* of variables to consider.
So, where should you begin?
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Whether you’re dropshipping or fulfilling orders by yourself, there's one thing you can know for sure — online shoppers hate paying for shipping. They hate it so much, in fact, that 86% of them would rather abandon their shopping carts than have to pay five bucks for shipping fees. It surely is uncomfortable to know this as an online retailer. On the one hand, nothing in this world – including shipping – is free of charge, and on the other, customers unapologetically expect it to be.
And frankly, how could they not? Amazon’s ever-increasing domination over the online retail market shifted the customer’s perspective and set completely new standards. Free two-day shipping is now the new default, and small online retailers can’t escape this reality.
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The world of dropshipping has taken off with vigor--partly because of the ability to sell without carrying inventory, and partly because it's so easy to get set up with a store. One of the ways to achieve a store like this is to launch a WooCommerce dropshipping
If you're unfamiliar, we'll explain how WooCommerce (read our WooCommerce review) works and how to link it to some of the most popular dropshipping plugins on the market. We also recommend that you check out our complete guide and definition of dropshipping. This way, you'll have a deeper understanding for how this method of business works and be able to launch your store with no problem.
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