Put simply, inbound marketing is a methodology that puts your customers at the heart of your marketing campaigns and business goals.
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A well-written blog can be a key element of your website and marketing strategy, however many businesses lack the time required to produce an effective blog, or struggle to create the kind of content that drives traffic to their site and impacts revenue.
With more than half of consumers moving their spending online in 2020 (Shopify - Future of Commerce, 2020), it's never been more vital for your website to stand out from the crowd and deliver an excellent customer experience.
When it comes to setting up your eCommerce business, you’ve poured plenty of blood, sweat and tears into making it all just right.
You’ve created the perfect product, done plenty of market research and might have even started to build your eCommerce website with our guidance. So far so good! You’re almost ready to open your virtual doors and welcome in all those orders.
But before you do so, you should give plenty of time and consideration to how you’ll accept payment from your customers and perhaps most importantly of all, how you can keep the transaction safe and secure.
Choosing the best shipping company for eCommerce isn’t always the easiest of tasks. You want to make sure that your product arrives in your customer's hands in perfect condition.
You want them to be impressed by the fast and efficient service.
You want to ensure that shipping costs fit into your budget, offer the right options when it comes to insurance, tracking and weight.
And if you can, you’d like the whole shipping experience to be as stress-free and as simple as possible.
So, where do you start? How do you know which eCommerce shipping solution to choose? Let us guide you through.
When you’re starting your online business, it’s vital that you consider how you’re going to get your product into your customer’s hands.
Get it right and you’ll have a happy and loyal customer who will tell the world about your brand and help drive your business towards greater success. Get it wrong and your products might arrive damaged, broken or tampered with, if they even arrive at all. Not to mention the potential of the customer complaining about your service to their contacts.
Ever wished you could read your customers’ minds and understand exactly what they’re looking for in a product or service?
That’s exactly what you can do when you create a buyer persona.
By talking to customers, doing your research and listening closely to your audience, you can learn more about them and their motivation to buy. This can help you solve their problems more effectively, meet their needs and grow your business at the same time.
So here I go with my first guest blog post! Who am I? My name is Chris Lynn and I’ve been a professional photographer since 2010. My focus (pun entirely intended) varies at different times during the year, from weddings during summer months, to studio portraits leading up to Christmas, to location shoots and commercial work throughout the year.
If you sell online through your Wordpress website, then chances are you are using WooCommerce. Their platform covers over 42% of all eCommerce sites, so it's quite easy to see why.