34 E-Commerce WordPress Themes to Make Online Shopping a Breeze

On January 10th, 2017, wrote:

If you think E-commerce is just a fad – poised to flounder amidst economic crises – then think again. Thanks to the increasing popularity of smartphones and tablets, millions more people are shopping online and on-the-go. In fact, in a recent article by eMarketer, it was reported that mobile commerce (“M-commerce”) sales (including travel) in the US grew by 91.4% to reach $6.7 billion. And that’s just mobile. If one were also to consider the continued expansion of Wi-Fi availability across the US and all over the world, one will come to understand that E-commerce – regardless of the device driving it – is here to stay. WordPress E-commerce themes That’s why we created this fresh new list of WordPress e-commerce themes – to help you find the best possible look for your WordPress store. If you’re… giving your WordPress-powered site, blog, E-commerce site, or online store a makeover to herald the New Year, looking for ways to improve the – Read the full article

How To Use WordPress Themes For Your E-Commerce Site

On May 21st, 2013, wrote:

Once you’ve got a new web hosting plan along with a domain name for your site, the only thing left to do is to setup your website. And when you choose to work with WordPress themes, it’s also possible to to do it quickly and with less difficulty. WordPress is actually one of the most widely used methods for spreading your online presence on the internet. Maybe you have your personal web host readily available, which means you select the name of the site, or it’s possible to have WordPress actually host every little thing for you, free of charge. WordPress is one of the pioneering platforms exclusive to blogging and web design and is basically ideal for smaller sized websites. Since it has been around quite a while, there are plenty of webmasters using the platform which makes it easier to implement or troubleshoot if ever the need arises. Easy methods to Set up an E-Commerce Site Using WordPress – Read the full article

How To Use A Blog To Promote Your E-Bay Store

On May 10th, 2013, wrote:

You can quite easily set up an eBay store and sell things. It allows you to do things such as keep a stock of items and have your adverts renew themselves automatically after thirty days. The problem is that you are stuck with promoting your shop and your items on eBay alone, and there are probably lots of other people offering your goods for less money. So how can you possibly make it a bit more of a level playing field? You can use your blog to promote your eBay shop, and here is how. Link to your eBay store This will help to push your items further up Google’s search results. It is true that some of your traffic comes from Google. People who are looking for very specific items are likely to find your items on eBay. Very few eBay stores and eBay items have links pointing to them, so it doesn’t take very many to get your – Read the full article

How Do I Properly Brand My Ecommerce?

On May 5th, 2013, wrote:

Ecommerce is a part of small business that can be the most misunderstood and, for some, the most complicated. But it doesn’t have to be. You can properly brand your ecommerce with a bit of help and these good tips. Support is a Key Feature Don’t skimp on your support options. First, don’t think your company is large enough or doesn’t sell enough to have a support center. Second, don’t farm out your support to India or another area, keep it at home where customers can call with concerns and be welcomed. When you outsource your support, you’re already angering many of your customers and add to the issues they are already having. Have either a U.S. based company do your support, or have your actual workers do the support. Advertise Like Crazy When you have an ecommerce site, you need to keep it in the forefront of your marketing campaign. “Shop with us online”, have online only sales, do – Read the full article

New App Converts Facebook Comments Into Sales

On February 20th, 2013, wrote:

There’s very little doubt that marketing with Facebook has a huge influence on the way that people discover new items, and even become inspired to buy them. This summer, Facebook’s marketing department released statistics which mentioned that not only do individuals spend an average of six-and-a-half hours per month on the site, but collectively, the site’s user base contributes over 3 billion comments and “likes” every day. Comments Translate into Sales Now, an application called Soldsie helps merchants by working with a company’s own Facebook account. Once the application is installed, Facebook users can browse through a photo gallery of items for sale, and simply type “sold” in the comments field. This is all it takes to inform the merchant, and tell other interested parties that an item is claimed. Easy Payment Processing Businesses often spend a great deal of time deciding on the best merchant services account for credit card processing. Finding the ideal provider can facilitate e-commerce transactions – Read the full article

How To Optimize E-commerce Sites By Organic Web Design

On January 27th, 2013, wrote:

Ouch! Optimizing your Ecommerce site by organic web design, if you were a hippo you would have said a mouthful. The people who believe that optimizing an Ecommerce site is similar to optimizing a regular site are sadly mistaken. An Ecommerce site is heavy, bulky, hard to manage and really, really boring to optimize. Many Ecommerce websites are poorly optimized because the programmer or designer simply gave up trying half way through. This article covers how to optimize your site by simply pointing out how difficult it is, and how to overcome those difficulties. Other than those direct problems, a lot of your remaining SEO should be standard website SEO. Long and boring The process of optimizing an Ecommerce site is very long and tiring. Some people think that it is a case of putting a lot of content on a large amount of pages, but that is only half the story. Duplicating content is not a good idea if – Read the full article

5 Ways To Start Branding Your Ecommerce Business

On January 10th, 2013, wrote:

Branding is an extremely important part of business in any market today. This importance is often underestimated by eCommerce businesses, and this neglect is more detrimental than you may think. Without a success-oriented branding strategy, your business can never hope to grow into a significant player in the industry. Consider these 5 ways to start branding your eCommerce business and get started today if you want to be remembered. Design a Good Logo Any good eCommerce business needs to be recognizable, and the best way to build and maintain recognition is to create a memorable logo. Creating a logo is not easy, of course, and you may need to enlist the help of a professional designer. This is an investment that will pay off down the road. An image that is synonymous with your company’s niche and services is one of your most important assets in the branding process. Build a Mailing List Maintaining communication with your customer base is – Read the full article

How To Tackle A Negative Customer Feedback

On January 9th, 2013, wrote:

It does not matter what kind of business you are in. Whether set on brick and mortar or an ecommerce business; small town company or nationwide conglomerate. It doesn’t matter. This is because social media has made it possible for just one disgruntled customer to have so much impact on your business through negative comment(s) posted online.   Now, the big question isn’t whether this will happen or not, but rather when it does happen, how to handle such a situation. So, here are some tips on how to address negative feedbacks from customers below: 1. Try to resolve the issue directly with the concerned customer Once you are able to know the person’s identity. That is of the customer complaining, you should try and make peace with this person. This should be your initial course of action. Doing otherwise by going to the online-site where the rants or negative reviews were made will only probably place you at the – Read the full article