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How to make your products stand out from the competition

Image credit: Jenny Downing There are many factors that decide whether a product or a service is successfully sold on the internet, but how it is represented to the customer is probably the most important one. Everyone understands that managing to entice the customer to come to the website isn’t enough – if it was, […]

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Customer Success: Taste of Texas

Interview with Lisa Blackard, Executive Chef at Taste of Texas Restaurant How did you get started with your business? What products do you sell? The Taste of Texas restaurant has been in business for 35 years. And we would often get requests from customers all over the US to ship our items to them. Seeing how our brand had organically […]

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Christmas in July (Part 1)

Image Credit: Chance Agrella In Northern Europe, there is an old proverb that encourages to ‘prepare your sledge in the summer’. While conserving berries and repairing windows in summertime is not a necessity nowadays, starting preparations for the winter as early as possible is still very true in business, as the beginning of winter comes […]

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A Short Guide to Major Online Marketplaces (Pt. 3)

Image credit: Luca Gargano Click here for Part 1 of this series about Amazon, eBay and Etsy Click here for Part 2 of this series about Rakuten, Sears and Newegg In most of the online marketplaces, you can sell your goods either by a fixed price or by arranging an auction. And that’s pretty much […]

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A Short Guide to Major Online Marketplaces (Pt. 2)

Image credit: KamrenB Photography Click here for Part 1 of this series about Amazon, eBay and Etsy Click here for Part 3 of this series about Bonanza, CafePress, Roozt The universe of online marketplaces certainly doesn’t end with Amazon and eBay – there are plenty of others that might be smaller and a little more […]

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A Short Guide to Major Online Marketplaces

Image Credit : Dylan Luder Click here for Part 2 of this series about Rakuten, Sears and NewEgg Click here for Part 3 of this series about Bonanza, CafePress, Roozt Having a private online store usually is a great idea, but is in no way a simple and effortless experience. For a small or medium business, […]

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Can bigger images boost your ecommerce conversion ratio?

This article from econsultancy discusses three case studies that measured the impact with image size on the landing pages on the conversion ratio. What is the outcome? In all three cases, using a bigger image boosted the conversion ratio of the page Boosting the product image by 28% lead to a 63% improvement in click […]

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Your New Year’s Resolutions

With a new year comes a new chance to improve, and that applies to our business lives too! January is the perfect time to get a fresh start and think about how you can grow your e-commerce business in the coming year. If you need some help getting started, here our top 5 New Year’s […]

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Listing not showing up in search at Amazon Marketplace?

You have created a new seller account. And you have added new products into your account. But your listings don’t show up in the Amazon Marketplace search? Here is one reason why this could be happening. There is a global setting to turn on and turn off all your listings. By default, that setting is […]

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Christmas Shopping on the Net: E-commerce Holiday Trends

Ask anyone these days where they prefer to shop, and the chances are good they’ll tell you they are hitting up online stores more often than their local mall. E-commerce is booming and you don’t need to look any farther than holiday sales trends for evidence. The increased convenience and better selection of online shopping […]

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