Guest Post from our partner, Magaya Corporation / Logistico.
Marketing and selling products are only the first step for online retailers. What happens after the order is placed can make or break a company. At the beginning, the orders could be put into a box and shipped to the buyer with a little labor and organization on the part of the online retailer.
Guest Post from our partner, iD Commerce + Logistics.
For many e-commerce entrepreneurs, the most efficient and cost-effective way to manage fulfillment involves partnering with a third-party logistics (3PL) expert. Not only do 3PL providers translate fixed warehousing costs (rent, utilities, salaries) into variable costs (pay per unit shipped), but they also have the expertise required to serve as brand ambassadors, analyze supply/demand trends, and scale fulfillment during peak seasons.
This week the 2.0 versions of Magento Community and Enterprise became officially available to the public. While Magento 2.0 has been a crowd-sourced endeavor, with developers around the world involved along the way, and has been tested rigorously including for some real websites, it is still in many ways brand new. Magento 1.x store owners, and those interested in building a new Magento store will be left wondering what their best bet is for now.
With Google now selling Android phones from its first physical storefront and Amazon talking up its ideas for a new type of physical storefront, it’s time to ask a question too seldom asked: What is truly unique about eCommerce? What sets eCommerce apart not just from brick-and-mortar stores, but from other online businesses?
As the summer winds down, it may seem like Christmas is still far away. However, clever retailers are already planning for the holiday season. If you’re like many merchants who do the bulk of their business in the last two months of the year, now is the time to begin planning for it.
Pay-per-click (PPC) advertising can be an extremely effective way to drive traffic and leads to your business or website, and on the surface, might seem like an easy way as well. Many small business owners assume that since they know their products and services better than anyone, they would also know the best keywords and calls to action to attract potential customers.
Written by: Sanjay Arora, Founder and CEO, Nextopia Software Corporation
In a virtual world where retailers are constantly fighting for consumer’s dollars using AdWords and SEO, it might seem hard to compete with the big spend of large players such as Walmart, Amazon and eBay.
Rand Internet Marketing, a professional website design, web development, and internet marketing company based out of South Florida, has partnered with Klarna, the leading European payment provider in preparation for Klarna’s launch on the U.S. market.