Gone are the days when an eTailer must review, license, learn, maintain, upgrade and log into multiple systems to be able to accomplish all the tasks necessary to manage the business.
In last month’s issue, we looked at four of the top ten strategies to make free shipping affordable for your business. This month, we’ll round out my top ten list by looking at more options for free shipping.
The holiday season is busy enough without having to worry about shipping all your business orders. But don’t fret—we have some tips below to help you stay on top of holiday shipping this year:
David Holt, president of Uboxes, the parent company to Starboxes, thinks many retailers are passing up a great chance to inexpensively brand themselves.
If you are not offering some type of free shipping today, research shows that you’re losing sales, customer loyalty, revenue per sale and product margin.
By Mike Auger Ever think about marketing your online products or services to the global marketplace? Global B2C ecommerce sales are expected to hit $1.5 trillion in 2014, according to emarketer.com. Emerging markets like Brazil, Russia, India and China are fueling this anticipated growth, along with an ever-increasing mobile user base and smartphone access/demand. Creating […]
As the ecommerce industry continues to grow and innovate, consumers’ expectations become harder for online retailers to meet. Programs such as Amazon Prime have increased the demand for fast and inexpensive shipping. In fact, during the 2013 holiday season, Amazon.com reported it shipped enough items with Prime to deliver at least one gift to every household in America.
Selling online can be a lucrative business, and can assist retailers in taking their companies to the next level. One of the most crucial pieces of the online retail puzzle is ensuring that customers receive their orders efficiently, and on time.
It is no secret that shipping is one of the most essential elements in helping to close ecommerce sales. Customers want to know how much it is going to cost to ship their orders, and when they will receive them, and they want that information readily available.
Digital commerce continues to evolve at an explosive pace; International Data Corp. (IDC) forecasts revenue for digital commerce applications will grow at an 18.8 percent rate to $4.1 billion through 2017. Improved ecommerce provides more options and better services leading to greater sales.