https://youtu.be/9a--dmZ8cm8 Without social media and marketing knowledge it’s not likely that your Etsy store, ecommerce biz, or blog will get off the ground or that you’ll be able to compete effectively on the internet of MEGA COMPETITION.
Interactive online experiences are the basis for successful ecommerce. Not only are people shopping from their desktops and laptops, but they are shopping from their phones and tablets as well. It’s become a competitive environment. Businesses must make savvy choices to create online shopping experiences that maintain their customers’ interest while meeting their own company goals. Here are some key ways you can create an epic eCommerce experience for your customers.
https://youtu.be/-HaSRU9Ike4 With so much content out there, it’s hard to know what to pay attention to. But whether you’re a budding entrepreneur or a seasoned professional, it makes sense to follow the best of the best in ecommerce for tips, hacks, and resources. We’ve compiled a list of 10 of the best blogs covering everything ecommerce.
https://youtu.be/iGct1D-Lom4 PCI Scanning – when your ecommerce biz was just a dream in your mind (and maybe it still is), PCI Compliance was most likely not what got you pumped about going into business. But it’s one of those necessary evils of ecommerce business life, so if you want to stay in business, keep watching our quick and painless guide for the lowdown on PCI Scanning and Compliance.
https://youtu.be/JmAsAoDDA70 If you’ve got an ecommerce site, you need a Terms of Service Agreement. A Terms Of Service Agreement essentially states the rules for using your website. While it’s not a legal requirement to have one on your site, it offers a lot of legal protection. A Terms of Service Agreement can limit your liability if you end up in court, something that happens a lot more frequently than you might think.
https://youtu.be/u2MaUd6yqTY If potential customers land on your site and don’t like what they see, are confused or don’t have their attention immediately grabbed, they’ll click off your site in about 15 seconds. Seriously, they’ll leave your site more quickly than you can read this paragraph. So how to make a good first impression that will keep them long enough to check out what you’re offering? In this video are five quick and easy steps to help you improve your ecommerce website.
At Munich’s real estate exhibition last week, Russia’s leading e-commerce company, Ulmart, hosted a “working breakfast” to discuss the nuances and intricacies of investing in Russia today during times of heightened international tension.
The topic, “Making the Case for Star Investment Projects in Russia”, featured Ulmart’s chairman and majority shareholder Dmitry Kostygin; Andrew Kaye, Managing Director and Co-Head of Technology Banking, William Blair International; Calin Anton Business Development Director Russia & CIS, Astron; and, Tim Millard, Regional Director, Head of Consulting Services at Jones Lang LaSalle, Russia.
A lively discussion kicked off about how some in the investment community tend to focus—even obsess—on macro realties at a state-to-state level ignoring many truly interesting project; precisely the types of projects that keep most of the world’s economies developing positively from cycle to cycle.
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https://youtu.be/nuKfoBBQU0k Customer-centric is a key phrase that you’ve probably seen around (yawn, I know.). Customer-centric is one of those things that sounds a lot more complex than it actually is. To simplify, customer-centricity comes down to is this: Put your customer first when doing anything business related and you’ll make more money. It’s easy for merchants to get caught up in their image and forget about the most important people in business: The customer. This is an important concept when it comes to website design.
https://youtu.be/AXTnys7_mxY Hopping from store to store and from website to website to compare prices is so prevalent it’s practically an American sport. In survey after survey, consumers report that they shop online looking for the best price. So why would a price match guarantee win customers? We’ve got three great answers to that question.