In an attempt to make the internet safer for users, Google announced this month on its Google Security Blog that users of its Chrome browser will be warned when accessing non-secure websites beginning in January 2017.
Mobile commerce is gaining momentum as the number of consumers researching and buying on their mobile devices continues to grow. As of 2015, nearly one-third of all eCommerce sales stem from mobile, a trend driven by bigger screens, improved mobile search, and smoother buying experiences.
So you want to start a blog. From both a marketing and branding standpoint, that’s fantastic news! A blog is a resource you totally control and one you can use to express yourself, communicate with your audience, and promote whatever goods and services you have on deck.
The problem is this: with some 2 million blog posts written every day, how in the world are you going to stand out?
Lucky you, we’ve got 4 pretty good ideas.
Apps & Integrations | 3 min read
One of the most important decisions you make when you start your eCommerce business is what marketplaces you’ll sell on. As we just learned with the quick acquisition of Jet.com by Walmart, the eCommerce landscape is frenetic. There are a lot of options and they change at a moment’s notice. It’s easy to get lost in all the commotion. Ecomdash works with business owners of every type, so we wanted to create a resource for them to better navigate the marketplace landscape, something like a[...]
Running a business may not always entail backbreaking work, but it is often comprised of daily, time-consuming tasks. Whether you’re running a small bakery or a large electronics shop, odds are there are facets of your business that you’d be happier not handling.
Billions of people use the internet everyday to research and buy products, yet a large percentage of online businesses aren't doing everything they can to capitalize on this shopping trend.
When it comes to sales taxes, “click-through” nexus is a term that small businesses increasingly need to know. As cash-strapped states look for new sources of revenue, more of them are using click-through nexus laws to tax online sales to out-of-state businesses. Small businesses need to know where and how these laws can create an obligation to collect sales taxes. Read more.
The eCommerce landscape is changing, not just in terms of how and where customers are purchasing products, but how they receive those products, too.