The basics to have in place for your online store and brand. What not to miss in your daily tasks. What activities to make an indispensable part of your strategy.
Running an eCommerce business seems easy until you have to think about all aspects of fulfillment – receiving, warehousing, packing, and shipping products to customers.
Customers are harder and harder to please. They may not be willing to pay extra but want fast delivery. It can be stressful for many companies to manage order fulfillment in an optimal way that satisfies their needs, meets customers’ demands and stimulates business growth.
In this article, we’ll cover the fundamentals of ecommerce fulfillment and how to choose a proper order fulfillment for your business.
With more than 50% of all users browsing online using mobile devices, Google started prioritizing site set up for mobile experiences some time ago. However, it wasn’t until July 1st, 2019, that the search giant officially announced that it would be prioritizing mobile-first indexing for all new websites.
At first glance, it looks like a controversial move. After all, mobile devices have a number of key restrictions:
However, mobile device proliferation is how the industry is moving, with more ecommerce shoppers preferring to use their mobile devices when browsing online stores.
Online sales for eCommerce businesses reached $501 billion in the U.S. in 2018. Those sales are expected to rise to $740 billion by 2023. If you want to optimize your marketing efforts for your eCommerce business and improve your conversion rate, consider changing your copywriting strategy.
Create a better blog and website copy that meets Google’s content quality guidelines to improve your search engine results page (SERP) rankings. Write eCommerce content that shares your unique brand voice and enhances your brand-building efforts. Use the following eCommerce copywriting tips to optimize brand promotion on your website.
Why some products sell very well and others don’t? What’s the dynamic between your products and your customers? How to push underperforming products to success?
Every ecommerce brand experiences issues with the different products in its range. And while it’s absolutely normal to discontinue some products, it doesn’t have to be the only way.
If a product sells very badly compared to your other items, it doesn’t necessarily mean people don’t want it. Probably they just overlook it and choose something else. A little product analysis can help you solve this problem and up your sales without changing your range.
Generally, underperforming products are:
The problem is in presentation – how you promote them. Here are a few ideas how to sell more of the items that don’t sell well. And none of them includes discounting, devaluing your brand or faking urgency!
Managing an eCommerce store is partly about product innovation and partly about marketing. One of the advantages of modern eCommerce tools is that you can decide whom to sell as well as how to do it.
In fact, this has opened an opportunity for many online store owners where they sell to both retailers and end consumers. In this article, we will look into some of the opportunities that you can explore with an WooCommerce wholesale store and ways to execute them.
You are launching your own brand. Great! You want it to fill a gap in the market and want it to become a lovemark.
You know that to get there you need to be customer-centric to the bone because modern brands cannot afford to have anything else as their number one priority but customers.
This is something we can help with.
For ecommerce brands, customer-centric means putting the customer first and making their experience the top objective. Customer centricity can be called a strategy since it’s not how all companies choose to do things, it’s not the default.