The start of a new year is a time to reflect on the past and plan goals for the future. If your social media strategy isn’t as successful as it used to be, maybe it’s time to revamp your marketing plan. We’ve compiled 10 social media marketing ideas to spark a new change for your eCommerce business in 2017. It’s not too early to be thinking ahead.
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.
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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.
The eCommerce landscape is changing, not just in terms of how and where customers are purchasing products, but how they receive those products, too.
A great online store is designed with its customers in mind, capable of delivering a memorable shopping experience before, during, and after checkout.
While your website's design is crucial to securing sales, it's important to remember that not every customer that visits your store intends to make a one-time purchase. Countless items require regular replenishment, such as coffee, pet food, e-cigarette liquids, and mechanical parts that wear down quickly. And if you're lucky (and savvy)[...]
3dcart is currently partnered with over 200 eCommerce companies. We’re constantly on the lookout for vibrant, innovative partners that can bring state-of-the-art solutions and services to our customers.
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Whether you’re experienced in PPC Advertising or just feeling the water and getting ready to launch your very first campaign, Google AdWords can be difficult to get your head around and to be frank, quite tricky at times. If you don’t have sufficient knowledge and expertise it can take a toll on your time and budget. To avoid that from happening and to make sure your money and efforts are wisely spent, we’ve come up with a few tips that can help boost your campaigns, increase Click Through[...]
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Fulfillment centers allow businesses to relieve themselves of the tedious, expensive, and laborious work associated with warehousing, picking, and packing orders. With the right fulfillment solution, an eCommerce business can quickly expand into new markets, enabling growth and long-term success.
For online retailers and their customers, the threat of fraud is a growing, debilitating fear.
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Benefits of Multichannel Selling
The idea of multichannel selling is purely based on growth and profits of eCommerce ventures. The concept is very simple and revolves around the logic that the more platforms you are present in, the more visible you will be and more customers you will win. So, when an eCommerce seller establishes presence in more than 2 platforms of sale, the entity benefits in several ways:
No matter what type of business you’re in, e-commerce is increasingly important to your bottom line. Over the past two decades, the Internet has fundamentally changed the way commerce takes place. Despite already enormous growth, it’s showing no signs of slowing down. Between the last quarter of 2015 and the first quarter of 2016, total e-commerce grew over 15%.