Mention the word “dropshipping,” and you’re likely to get a range of reactions. Some people will tell you it’s a scam; others will tell you it’s a sure-fire success strategy. The truth lies somewhere in between those extremes, and your experience will be shaped mainly by how much you know going in and how well you’re prepared to succeed. Read on for more information on dropshipping and how to find a good supplier.
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Whether you’re selling in person, face to face, or online through unlimited computer screens across the globe, the way to get customers to buy from you is to convince them to believe in your product and trust in you to deliver it. Paradoxically, a customer-centered return policy is one of the most important signals online sellers can send to show customers they can trust you to deliver a quality product or service. Read on for tips on crafting a solid return policy.
To say that WordPress looms large over the modern-day internet would be an understatement. Statistics compiled by w3techs.com show that 37.7% of all websites are powered by WordPress. If this includes you and your business — or if you’re looking to build a small business website using WordPress — there are a number of shopping […]
If you’re looking into building an online store, you’re likely spending a lot of time bargain hunting, comparing prices, and contemplating features of a few different software. One software app to include in your comparisons is BigCommerce. BigCommerce is easy to use, fully hosted software that you can use to build a brand new online store.
If you’ve looked into using a DIY website builder service to create a website for your business, it’s likely that you’ve come across Squarespace. Squarespace is a tool that allows you to create a great-looking and functional website without having to possess coding knowledge or hire a team of developers. Read on for a look at features, pricing, and ease of use for this popular website building app.
A wider range of small businesses and digital creators will now be able to sell on Instagram thanks to some new and looser commerce eligibility requirements that went into effect July 9th. Chief among the new requirements: Businesses will need to provide a website where they own and sell “at least one eligible product” in order to use shopping tags on Instagram.
Dreaming about a new website? Whether it’s time to refresh an out-of-date site or create something brand new, you owe it to yourself to take a look at Wix. An all-in-one website builder that promises everything novices and pros alike will need, Wix offers a free and easy route to building your website. More than 160 million users worldwide have relied on Wix for website creation. But the question is, will Wix prove to be right for you?
These days, eCommerce is big business. In 2019, annual online sales totaled $365.2 billion, and that number will only continue to rise. Now is a great time to enter the eCommerce industry, and whether you’re just starting out or you’re looking to expand your reach online, BigCommerce might be a good eCommerce solution for your business. The software is easy to use, accessible for businesses of all sizes, and feature-rich. Keep reading to learn more.
Square Online Checkout is intended to condense the eCommerce experience down to a simple link or button, making online selling easier than ever for both the merchant and the customer. If you want to sell items or services online — or even accept donations — without building an online store, you’ll want to read on.
In this article, we’ll break down a few of the major trends we’ve noticed in 2020. We’ll explain each trend, demonstrate its popularity, and then give you some actionable steps to implement it in your own business model. Take advantage of these new ideas to stay up to date with emerging selling strategies and make sure your brand is always keeping up with the competition!