“Which shipping carrier should I use for my business?” This question usually rears its head as an online seller becomes more successful and consequently, has more orders to ship. To help merchants narrow down and select the right shipping service for their business needs, we’ve asked Olivier Trunkett, from ShippingEasy, to compare the different shipping solutions available for merchants in the United States. Read on to see what he shares!
As a PrestaShop user, you should be pretty familiar with the term “module.” You might even have heard of front office modules, back office modules and official modules. But what exactly is a module anyway?
Today Chris Machin explains the concept of modules, what they are, and how to use them to maximize your PrestaShop store. As a Partner Manager, he works side by side with other companies to create connector modules – but more on that later!
Are you a seasoned developer finding it hard to explain what a shopping cart solution is to your clients? Or a future online merchant researching ecommerce software options for your store?
Regardless of why you’re asking yourself “What is an ecommerce software?”, today’s blog post should give you a clear answer to your question.
Search engine optimization: you know it’s important and you know you have to do it. But where do you start? After all, there are people who spend all day, every day doing nothing but SEO. You, on the other hand, are a busy online business owner with more priorities than you can count.
Fear not. Underneath all the acronyms, keywords and links, SEO is just marketing applied to the web. It’s a relatively simple, easy to apply strategy that admittedly demands patience, but that with a little planning, any ecommerce entrepreneur can wield to their advantage.
As PrestaShop’s resident SEO guru, I’ve put together the 11 SEO questions you need to ask—and answer—before launching your online store. The questions build on one another to construct a simple SEO strategy that covers all the basics. If you follow my advice, you’ve got a good chance of breaking through the noise and rocketing to the top of search results.
Here we go…
Enhanced Ecommerce is a recently introduced Google Analytics ecommerce feature that enables the collection and analysis of rich ecommerce behavioral and transactional data.
Specifically, Enhanced Ecommerce helps marketers and ecommerce managers better understand customer behavior and the effectiveness of their merchandising efforts. It provides unique insights into:
- The number of visitors who viewed specific products
- The number of users that added or removed a product from their shopping cart
- The number of completed or cancelled transactions
In addition, Enhanced Ecommerce enables you to track conversions at the product, average order value, and even refund action levels.
In 2014 33,605 million dollars were spent in online advertising alone. Furthermore, there has been an increase in digital marketing spend while advertising across traditional mediums like radio, television and print, have seen declines. Should you jump aboard and start advertising online? Learn all about SEM then decide if you should launch your own SEM campaign.
Today we welcome back Steve Chou, co-owner of Bumblebee Linens and MyWifeQuitHerJob.com. MyWifeQuitHerJob.com reaches over 200,000 monthly readers and has been featured in The New York Times and The Huffington Post.
In his last blog post, he shared the importance of on-site search. Today he shares tips on how to gather more emails for your online store. Let’s get started.
It’s great to convert visitors into buyers, but it’s even better when you convert buyers into loyal customers. Customer loyalty is less costly and easier to achieve than acquiring new customers, making it one of the most powerful levers in the development of a sustainable and profitable activity.
Today, our focus is on rewards. We’ll show you 4 ways to reward your customers without breaking the bank: small, simple gestures that make a difference.
There’s nothing quite like starting your own online business. The excitement. The optimism. The… online payment processing? If you want to turn a profit, you’ll need some kind of online payment processing. But unlike some things, the typical online payment services offered isn’t recommended for DIY devotees.
That’s not to say you can’t process your own payments. If you want to set up a merchant banking account, build your own secure server, and make sure all your data storage and handling techniques meet strict compliance rules, by all means, have a go. If not, well, Brink’s Checkout is here to help.