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5 Tips to Building an Online Presence for Your Small Business

5 Tips to Building an Online Presence for Your Small Business

Studies show that approximately 80% of consumers use the World Wide Web to locate products and businesses online. These numbers give small and mid-sized businesses a reason to seriously think about getting on the Internet. Building an online presence for your small business can seem like an overwhelming and daunting task. Where do you even [Continue]

Paymate to Cease Ecommerce and eBay Payment Processing – EcommerceBytes

Paymate to Cease Ecommerce and eBay Payment Processing – EcommerceBytes

Paymate to Cease Ecommerce and eBay Payment Processing – EcommerceBytes EcommerceBytes Paymate to Cease Ecommerce and eBay Payment Processing EcommerceBytes eBay sellers in the U.S. have few choices when it comes to accepting payments other than PayPal, and at the end of the month, they’ll have even fewer. News came late this week that [Continue]

7 Overhead Costs to Consider When Pricing Your Products

Overhead cost is a term referring to an operating cost of a business that isn’t directly related to the materials or labor needed to create an item. Overhead costs are generally seen as fixed expenses, and these costs will still exist, whether or not an item is created or sold. Unfortunately, overhead costs are something [Continue]

5 Reasons You Need A Website

5 Reasons You Need A Website

Every business needs a website—whether the business is already very much established or is one that is just starting out. Many small business owners believe that there aren’t many benefits to having a website. If you’re someone with a similar mindset, you may want to reconsider. Here are just a few of the reasons your business [Continue]

Facebook: The e-commerce future or wasteland?

Facebook: The e-commerce future or wasteland?

Facebook: The e-commerce future or wasteland? A new report from Reuters claims a host of companies are betting big on e-commerce for the world’s largest social network, and they think it could be huge. The talk of e-commerce coming to Facebook has been discussed for years. But so far, it … rest of the article [Continue]

Miserable working conditions in ecommerce packing facilities – Boing Boing

Miserable working conditions in ecommerce packing facilities – Boing Boing By Cory Doctorow at 8:43 am Tuesday, Feb 28 Mother Jones’s Mac McClelland goes underground at an unnamed ecommerce packing facility in a rural American town and reports on the terrible, back-breaking working conditions that are compounded by continuous … [Continue]

Too Much SEO Can Harm an Ecommerce Business

Too Much SEO Can Harm an Ecommerce Business Practical Ecommerce Traffic from search engines remains crucial to most ecommerce merchants, in spite of the prominence of social media networks. But focusing too much on search engine optimization, to the detriment of actual shoppers, can actually harm a merchant’s … Bookmark on Delicious [Continue]

Ecommerce sales to reach $200B in 2012: MasterCard Spending Pulse

Ecommerce sales to reach $200B in 2012: MasterCard Spending Pulse Luxury Daily By Kayla Hutzler NEW YORK — Ecommerce is continuing to increase about 17 percent year over year and will likely account for $200 billion in sales in 2012, according to a presentation at the Women’s Wear Daily Digital Forum. Based on holiday sales [Continue]

2011′s Biggest Winners and Losers in Ecommerce

2011′s Biggest Winners and Losers in Ecommerce – Mashable In-demand products, unparalleled site design and usability, competitive search engine marketing, continuous innovative, exciting holiday specials — these are just some of the variables that make up a successful ecommerce business. On the other hand, some Read the article [Continue]

Interactive E-Commerce Ads Becoming the New Norm – ADOTAS

Interactive E-Commerce Ads Becoming the New Norm – ADOTAS ADOTAS – For consumers who use smartphones or tablets to manage more and more of their daily lives, they expect a certain level of interaction. Images and content are expected to be dynamic and can be expanded or manipulated at will. This desire Bookmark on Delicious [Continue]

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