The relative ease at which businesses can produce videos has forced consumers to be very particular about what they watch and how they spend time online.
Has the pandemic hurt your bricks-and-mortar business? Have you noticed that you are no longer seeing the volume of customers that used to come into your shop before the pandemic? The only way to rejuvenate your business is to convert it to an eCommerce operation.
Social media has become a goldmine for eCommerce businesses today. If you’re not using social media to grow your Shopify store or your local brand, you’re missing out on engaging with 3.78 billion monthly social media users.
The base to a successful eCommerce is a well-managed sales funnel. It especially fits the stores whose growth depends on converting site visitors to committed buyers. The eCommerce sales funnel has become the quickest option to get more sales in the last few years.
More than ever, small businesses are having difficulties differentiating themselves from their competitors, especially from those who operate online. With so many businesses competing for online market share, it can be challenging to stand out from the crowd.
Anyone who’s ever had the privilege of running a business knows how tough the competition gets at times. You started your business because you have a great product, and you believe it’s more than capable of going toe-to-toe with your competitors.
There’s a very important connection between online customers and Shopify stores, known as customer engagement. Highly engaged customers buy more, promote your brand, show more loyalty and bring your business major revenue.
Do you know what’s a time saver and increases your productivity while managing customer support? Simple; it’s canned responses.
It’s incredibly frustrating to spend so much time and money building your store and driving traffic, only to see a huge number of people abandon the purchase process.
More consumers are shifting their spending online. Global e-commerce sales are expected to hit a staggering $3.4 trillion by 2025. And that figure shows no signs of slowing down (even during a global pandemic).