The world of eCommerce has evolved in such a way that quality shopping experiences are just as, if not more, impactful than the transaction itself.
There are conversion-killers living on your product pages right now. They sneak in and tell potential buyers to run the other way.
Online business owners have to be strategic with their time.
With the majority of their energy focused on growing their customer base (and sales!), tasks like handling inventory, packing boxes, and running to the post office to ship orders can really get in the way.
Do you have proof that your website is performing at its best, or could potential leads and sales be slipping through your fingers?
There's thousands of blog posts, podcasts, and videos giving advice on how to grow an eCommerce business. It can be overwhelming (to say the least) and leave you feeling even more unsure about what you should focus on.
The obvious goal of many eCommerce stores is to make money. If that’s your goal, and you’ve established your store and marketing strategy, then this is the post for you!
The traditions of marketing have shifted a lot and will continue to shift from the constant growth and change within the eCommerce world.
Shipping has become a huge part of a customer’s decision to make a purchase or to abandon cart. Which means your shipping offering has to be attractive and competitive while fitting into your business needs and strategy.