Contrary to popular belief, a big budget is not required for successful eCommerce solutions. Several new tools have emerged that help small businesses sell their products online in an easy, non-invasive manner.
Among the many SEO tools available to help keep your website active and highly ranked, here is an overview of some of the easiest and most effective to use.
Some things you just can't skimp on. When your business is small and growing, investing in the right tools is one of the best decisions you can make. Some of these tools carry hefty price tags, but their benefits make them worth the splurge.
As a business owner it is important to understand the threats shoppers face to better protect your company and customer data. While making a list and checking it twice is top of mind for shoppers, cybercriminals too are checking their list, creating scams and malware to fool unsuspecting customers to hand over their personal information.
The Internet has created a new world with seeming infinite potential for commercial endeavors. However, business models for ecommerce differ from traditional practices. Five ecommerce companies, though, have hit upon winning practices that can serve as role models for new startups and established businesses alike.
You might not see it on the surface, but your company collects tons of data. With every visit to your website and every transaction that takes place there, you should be collecting the basic demographic information of your buyers and what they like to buy.
The popularity of cloud computing for small business continues to boom. To attach some numbers to this claim, only five percent of small businesses used the cloud in 2010, whereas 43 percent of small businesses use the cloud in 2013.
For businesses that simply don't have the time or money to go out and hire an experienced web developer, Wix offers businesses and individuals an easy-to-use, affordable alternative to setting up a professional-quality website.
Do you already have a database set up, or have you simply written down a list of things you wish your database would do? Deciding on the type of DBA you need is the first step.
As the holidays approach, most businesses find that they must deal with extra demands on their call centers because of seasonal promotions, heavy vacation schedules, and temporary workers.