These days, billions of people across the world spend hours a day online whether it be for work or enjoyment. A major part of having an online presence is being involved with social media pages.
Incentives drive sales, and one of the most common incentives businesses offer their sales rep is commission.
Commission is a type of compensation earned based on job performance. A commission based role entails hitting a certain benchmark – be it sales made, workers recruited, or services sold – to get a monetary reward.
In the digital age, having excellent security is an absolute must for a website to succeed. All of your information and website data need to stay confidential or no one will use the website. This is why SSL, or Secure Socket Layer, is so important.
The SSL is a security protocol that creates an encrypted link between a web browser and a web server. This ensures that any and all data will remain private and confidential. An SSL is an essential tool for your website especially if you have an e-commerce store or handle any financial transactions.
When you’re setting up an eCommerce store, the chances are it’s your pride and joy, and you know your history, your products, and your policies like the back of your hand. However, when it comes to creating your website, you need to remember that your customers don’t know the ins and outs of your business like you do.
When you’ve spent hours crafting word-perfect written content for your website, you want to know that as many people as possible are going to read it. Long content is precious.
The main goal is to avoid the dreaded wall of text, keeping your content easy to digest and accessible to all. In this blog, we’ll be offering tips, tricks, and tools to help make your content more readable.
Turning a traditional wine shop into a Magento eCommerce store led to incredible results: over 900% increase in weekly tastings and the decrease of average payment time from two weeks to 1.5 days.
The internet has revolutionised the way we shop.
It’s easier than ever for people across the globe to find what they’re looking for and make a purchase with just a few clicks. But, on the flipside, it’s also easier than ever for consumers to give businesses their feedback, showing the world what they really think of your products and services.
At one time, the term ‘pop-up’ was loaded with negative associations. Users across the web had bad experiences – loading websites only to be bombarded with unrelated nuisance pop-ups, some even with malicious intentions. Pop-ups got such a bad rep that the person who created them went as far as to apologise for his invention.
Here on the CreativeMinds blog, we’re dedicated to keeping you up to date on all things eCommerce – whether that’s the latest news, a deep-dive into plugin prices, or advice on the best social media platforms for content sharing.
In this blog we’re taking a look at the hottest eCommerce industries – those sectors that are outperforming the competition and forging ahead when it comes to sales around the world, even in the difficult circumstances that times have presented.