If you're thinking about selling memberships, digital downloads, or online courses, several options are available for you. One of them has come across my radar called Podia. It's a system meant only for constructing a site in one of those three categories–which is pretty cool considering you can cut out the rest of the clutter of e-commerce. In this Podia review, we'll outline the best features, along with areas like pricing, templates, and marketing.
If you've used WordPress for e-commerce, you've probably heard of WooCommerce. It's the crown jewel of the e-commerce world and considered one of the best plugins for WordPress.
Not only does WooCommerce boast a large collection of features in a compact WordPress plugin, but it's completely free. In this WooCommerce review, I'll outline some of the best tools inside WooCommerce along with some information on how much you'll actually be spending when you install the e-commerce plugin.
I have a friend who runs a successful e-commerce business. He started off with just two small online stores a few years ago. When I asked him how he managed to climb so high in his trade, he responded saying that he was doing the exact same thing he was supposed to if he had opened a small flower shop near my house.
Now, you must be wondering – what does that have to with a flower shop?
Certainly, that wasn't a clear answer and I really wanted to know the secret.
Here's what he revealed.
Making an online video course takes a few things: an idea, some video-making equipment, and the right platform to launch your website. If you're trying to learn how to create a video course, one of the best ways to go about doing that is with the Teachable system. It doesn't matter what types of video courses you're trying to make, since Teachable offers a drag and drop editor, support for all types of files, sales pages, community tools, and more.
We've already highlighted the benefits of Teachable in an extensive review, but now it's time to walk through the steps and make an online video course of our own.
What makes an ecommerce store successful? What secret formula do you have to follow to increase your sales?
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If you thought that choosing the right product was more than enough, think again.
Photos define the product and show a potential customer a plethora of things – the uses for the product, the demographics of the people who use the product, the feelings associated with it, and of course, the perceived value of the product.
But, there’s more to this than meets the eye.
Your business is alive and kicking.
And just like how your business has a life cycle, so do your customers. They are continuously interacting with the goods and services that you offer. This phenomenon is often referred to as the customer lifecycle.
To put it into quick perspective, there are different ways to get a potential customer to consider your offering and then ensure that they’ll come back for more all the time.
And why is this important?
Well this is the exact strategy that giants like Amazon and Alibaba use to maximize their profit per user.
Want to know the secret art? Read on.
When it comes to finding a project management software for your online store, it's not easy to choose one that's highly customizable, affordable, and so visually brilliant.
I often get confused when a software boasts many functions but find it quite hard to use.
However, Wrike has taken a different approach.