With less than 3 weeks to Christmas, this is the perfect time to start putting your ecommerce Christmas campaign on full speed. This season, a lot of people will be buying so many things for themselves, their families and their friends. It is the season of love, after all! Why not bite into that yummy Christmas sales pie too?
The biggest holiday season of the year is just around the corner. As you already know, with the Christmas and New Year’s Day just a few weeks away, the holiday sales are going to be rolling in soon. Before you know it, you will be so busy with each moment, and how you handle sales during this period will greatly influence the next year.
You’re about to enter what is undoubtedly the busiest and perhaps most profitable period of the year for your online store. And the thing is, most small and medium businesses often generate 20 to 40 percent of their annual sales during this season. So, to get in the action of the season, it’s essential to anticipate and prepare your online store for the massive surge in demand and traffic.
It appears as if every year, Christmas marketing starts earlier and earlier. E-commerce marketers seem to jump on the gravy train to take advantage of the holidays before the rush begins.
But is it too early? When is the best time to start Christmas marketing?
In the future, you will be able to make online purchases and receive them in minutes from the comfort of your house.
Technologies are being put in place to ensure that you can purchase products on the go and receive them in less than 2 hours (virtually anywhere in the world); and, if you are in the U.S., you will be able to get them in less than 30 minutes through drone delivery.
One of the modern store imperative questions is whether they should own an e-Commerce website. Definitely, yes! You might have physical store successfully working for years or perhaps even growing vast net, but e-Commerce store will only rise the traffic of people exposed to your product. Considering that people tend to use internet more in their everyday lives, e-Commerce has become a global way to sell products locally as well as worldwide.
Hence, owning an online store drastically increases sales percentage and moreover attracts more customers, therefore plenty of stores choose to build an online store to sell their goods.
Marketing is very important in order to grow your business. There are many ways to promote business that requires money investing, but for those who just started, the budget could be close to zero when it comes to marketing. Luckily, one of the most effective marketing methods doesn't require money investing at all or if it does, with small investing of money they give the best results and eventually pay off. The most important thing to remember when it comes to low or non-investing marketing methods, is to keep being persistent to get desirable effect.
We often work so tightly together with our store owners that we form a friendships with them. Sometimes our meetings turn into more casual conversations about life, families and meaning of life.
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) published a Total Retail 2017 survey that surveyed some 24,000 shoppers. Based on PwC report it looks like gains in revenue growth has been mainly driven by online sales (growth over 7% when compared to retail sector as a whole) and traditional retailers are either not growing or declining in revenue.
We've taken a major step forward to bring affordable and secure shopping experience for our customers by automatically issuing a free SSL certificate to all stores.
Facebook does not need to be only a marketing channel any more. Facebook Stores on Shoperb allow you to sell more product, to more customers, in a more streamlined user experience.
Building software is a tricky business. Especially when your desire is to build software that provides extraordinary user experience to your customers. One day you think that you have something that will go to infinity and beyond, the next day you realize that you need to take few steps back and give a good hard look at where you’re really going.