One of the most important considerations for an online retail business is the speed of deliveries after orders have been placed. Most customers do not want to be waiting for weeks for products they have ordered to arrive. Especially in the era of next-day delivery from the likes of Amazon, consumers have begun to increasingly expect to have their product with them only a couple of days after they click that ‘Buy’ or ‘Order’ button.
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Currently accumulated with a user base of over 8,20,000 active shoppers, Shopify is an eCommerce platform that has a variety of businesses under its umbrella.
E-commerce is one of the most powerful ways to establish a successful and competitive business today, but it takes a lot more to succeed than simply making a website or an online shop. If you are thinking of starting an e-commerce venture, or already have one going and want to know how to help it flourish, then read on for some useful ways to improve your marketing strategy online.
Generating traffic is only part of the story – conversions are what count
Amazon is the world’s largest online retailer, with over 197 million people visiting the platform each month. Amazon provides ultimate convenience, giving buyers what they want, and delivering it at record speeds. Selling your products on Amazon means having the potential to access a huge buyer’s market, but only if you market your products correctly. With around 353 million products currently sold on Amazon, the competition is fierce. So how can you stand out?
Behind every successful ecommerce business is a strong SEO strategy.
COVID 19 UPDATE - So...we needed to re-visit the original article we were writing since we are publishing this in 2020 now and we are in the middle of a pandemic that doesn't have a clear end in site. We have seen first hand the impact that this has had on many of the companies we work with and the ones that were in a place to weather the storm, and cautiously I say even thrive in the current scenario. Adding ecommerce to your businesses has been an inevitable shift that companies have already been benefiting from, and those that already had some basics in place were in a much better place the day the lockdown orders started coming down. How does your business survive?