Once your Shopify site is set up, it is important to utilize a combination of digital marketing and direct mail tactics to drive traffic to it.
The potential of comprehensive workflow automation platform for your organization is hard to overstate; it can provide optimization, focus, cost savings, time to market efficiencies, and can unlock new opportunities and insights.
Integrating data, automating workflows and productizing client interactions is time consuming, repetitive work for coders and product developers. Organizations are better off if their resources can focus on revenue generating product development, and on their core business.
As an online marketer building an eCommerce empire, you are always looking for new ideas and ways to tap into potential new audiences. Without attracting new visitors, you can’t have exponential growth in your business.
With the holiday season upon us, retail marketers may find themselves wondering if they are using the right product marketing strategy to get the right products in front of the right people. To ensure success this time of year, retailers should consider using personalized direct mail to drive traffic to both physical and online storefronts.
Merchants who sell online are concerned about credit card fraud, and rightfully so. Not only can it damage sales, but it can also negatively impact reputations, customer relationships and revenue.
There are lots of tools in the arsenal when it comes to increasing revenue on your eCommerce site. Managers spend resources on acquiring new traffic, advertisements, and even trying to outsmart Google’s search algorithms. What often gets overlooked in the plethora of efforts is simply increasing the average order value (AOV)! Why not make the most out of willing customers on your website who are ready to buy? Let’s take a look at five key strategies that will help your customers fill up their shopping cart:
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Managing sales tax collection, remittance, and filing may be one of the most thankless jobs in business. It’s comprised of countless tedious tasks—from determining correct rates and rules to managing exemption certificates—each of which needs to be meticulously managed. To get sales tax right entails enormous resources, especially if compliance is done manually. Yet getting it wrong can be even more costly.