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Starting an Ecommerce is an exciting, but daunting task. Among the many questions that arise are “what is DropShipping?”, “how it relates to a marketplace?” and “is it adequate for my new business?”.
That is understandable, as the world of electronic commerce is imbued with what seems to be many difficult concepts and ideas. But they don’t have to be that hard: it’s all about taking some time to understand them.
WordPress is a fertile ground for an infinite number of activities. From creating personal blogs to corporate websites, the possibilities are endless. Making money with Ecommerce is a much desired goal, and WooCommerce is a top plugin for performing monetization.
Now we present eight new ways to monetize WordPress websites using WooCommerce.
What internet entrepreneur doesn’t love to hear a good Ecommerce success story?
Forming a thriving online business is no simple task, but understanding how others did is a great way to start. You can learn a lot from their successes, and sometimes even more from their mistakes, making these kinds of stories invaluable for any ambitious Ecommerce businesses.
Mistakes happen, it’s a fact. What makes smart businesses stand out is not the number of errors committed, but their ability to learn from them. And better yet: to learn from others’ mistakes. We curated three scary Ecommerce mistake stories to help you avoid going through the same embarrassing – and costly – experiences.
It’s no secret that when it comes to online selling, holiday Ecommerce is explosive. Not only did it make up roughly 20% of all retail sales last year, but it’s expected to keep growing.
According to the recent 2017 Deloitte holiday survey, Ecommerce sales will likely increase 18-21% in relation to last year’s numbers, with over half of the amount of money spent by American consumers projected to flow into the Ecommerce arena.
User experience (UX) and an effective front-end dashboard have taken center stage when it comes to the world of Ecommerce.
This should come as no surprise since the surveys and studies of recent years have repeatedly shown that online users consider their experience more and more when choosing their preferred online vendors. This applies the same way to suppliers.
The world of Ecommerce is always evolving, and to stay competitive businesses must follow and modify their tactics to match new trends as they arise.
In particular, the B2B market is expected to grow radically, with a recent study from Forrester projecting that B2B Ecommerce in the United States will reach double the worth of B2C operations by 2020.
WordPress is an expansive platform that offers plentiful tools for users to build, manage, and monetize their website.
Due to a constant growth in popularity, more and more users have been trying to turn their own WordPress website into a source of profit (and since you’re reading this, there’s a good chance you are too).
More than 140 million Americans had their Social Security numbers exposed this September, after the mammoth consumer credit reporting agency Equifax, Inc. was hacked. Over 200,000 of these victims had even their credit card information accessed, in what has been called the worst data breach in US history. “If Equifax can be hacked, no one is secure. Every webcommerce store needs protection”, says Daniel Botbol.
Magento comes packed with plenty of fantastic Ecommerce features to manage a webstore, but unfortunately a multi-user account is not one of them.
It takes many hands to run a business, and the same is often true when it comes to Ecommerce websites. After all, managing an efficient online enterprise is no cakewalk, and sharing the workload of day-to-day operations can be invaluable with maintaining and expanding your website.
Running a B2B store can be challenging, there is no doubt about that. Selling products to one customer is easy. Selling a large amount of products to another business requires a more complex approach.
So, thank God for these five Magento B2B extensions!
Choosing e-commerce software can be tough, especially when there are a wide variety of options available. Instead of trying all available options, it’s easier to start by examining your short and long term e-commerce needs.
Do you have the knowledge and time to build an e-commerce site using X platform? How easy is the site to maintain using X platform? Will it have the flexibility and features you need? These are all important questions to ask when looking for the perfect cart.
Do you know how offering customized promotions can benefit your store?
If not, allow us to introduce you to the CM Free Gift Discount Extension for Magento®. This awesome tool helps store admin modify and control upsales and special offers without the need to manually change product prices at all.
This extension cuts down on the time it takes to develop custom promotions to encourage sales. This makes it particularly useful for large scale retailers who wish to offer discounts and gifts on a regular basis.
We’ll go through what this extension does and how it can benefit your store.
Extensions for Magento® provide a relatively quick and easy way to enhance your online store with new features and abilities that would otherwise need to be coded by a developer.
Luckily, thanks to the hard work of thousands of devoted Magento developers which make up the Magento community, almost any feature you can think of is now available for sale on the Magento Connect marketplace. The only thing left to do is pick the extensions you need and install them onto your site.
Our Magneto Marketplace extension, which provides a platform for multi-vendor eCommerce stores, is constantly under development.
Since its primary release in August 2014, we have added dozens of new features, including an admin billing dashboard, a product CSV upload, and other useful features which you can read about in more detail on this post from February 2015.
Despite the fact that Magento is an open source content management system, it is considered to be one of the more complex eCommerce environments available today.
When compared with alternatives like OpenCart and Shopify, Magento is far more capable in terms of SEO, user capabilities, modifications and customizations, product types, automation of orders and shipments, upsell, coupons, gift codes, and what the list is simply endless.
As the fastest growing content management system in the world, WordPress in 2015 is becoming the ultimate solution for a wide spectrum of web based projects.
Among the varied WordPress capabilities are things like forum sites, online business directories, video courses, online booking systems and of course, online stores.