eCommerce

An example of the products for sale on Facebook Marketplace

Why Facebook Marketplace doesn’t work for retailers

Posted on by James and James
Facebook Marketplace helps individuals sell used items locally. But online retailers must take a different approach to the social network. In this post, we explain how to use Facebook Shop or Facebook Store to start selling.
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Amazon Storefronts: how can it help small to medium-sized retailers?

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The most powerful retailer on the planet has introduced a place to promote small businesses. But will Amazon Storefronts help? In this post, James Pryor, Senior Fulfillment Consultant at James and James, investigates.
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An custom-printed box with a peal and seal closure can enhance your customer experience.

How packaging can enhance your customer experience

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In this guest post, Alex Macfarlane, Sales Executive at Macfarlane Packaging, explains why eCommerce customers love receiving parcels that arrive quickly, damage free and gorgeously presented.
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An icon of the American flag - a metaphor for selling to the USA from the UK

Is it really that difficult to sell online to the USA?

Posted on by Luke Nava
Brexit uncertainty means that more UK businesses are now thinking about selling into the USA rather than Europe. But is it as hard as you think? Find out in this post, which dispels 5 common myths.
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The cover of the white paper 5 Ways Outsourced Fulfilment Can Help Your Growing Business

White paper: 5 ways outsourced fulfilment can help your growing business

Posted on by Luke Nava
In our new white paper, we shed light on the key benefits that growing businesses realise, when they outsource their fulfilment. Learn how it can help you reduce your costs, reclaim your time and delight your customers.
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An icon of a paper aeroplane: a metaphor for eCommerce shipping.

eCommerce shipping strategies: when should you offer free shipping?

Posted on by Luke Nava
Deciding how to charge for shipping is always a dilemma that store owners struggle with. In this post, find out whether free shipping is feasible and profitable for you, and explore other shipping strategies.
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An icon of a mouse pointer hovering over a buy button: a metaphor for eCommerce conversion rate optimisation.

Boost your eCommerce conversion rate with this 15-point optimisation checklist

Posted on by Luke Nava
If you're getting traffic to your online store, but aren't seeing the sales you'd hoped for, it's time to understand your eCommerce conversion rate and optimise it. This post guides you through a 15-point checklist to boost your sales.
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An icon of a megaphone: a metaphor for getting traffic to your online store

8 ways to get traffic to your online store without spending a fortune

Posted on by Luke Nava
You’ve had a brilliant eCommerce business idea. You’ve set up an online store. Now comes the hard part – starting to get traffic to it. In this post, discover eight ways to do that without spending a fortune.
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An icon of a shopping cart: a metaphor for eCommerce platforms.

What’s the best eCommerce platform for creating your online store?

Posted on by Luke Nava
Want to start an online store? In this post, we'll show you how to find the best eCommerce platform for you, asking four questions to help you choose between Amazon Marketplace, WooCommerce, Shopify and Magento.
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An icon of a light bulb: a metaphor for having eCommerce business ideas.

How to have brilliant eCommerce business ideas in 5 simple steps

Posted on by Luke Nava
In the first of a series of posts on how to start an eCommerce business, we look at the first step you need to take – having, testing and developing new ideas – and walk you through a five-step process to help.
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Website personalisation

Website personalisation and how it can improve customer experience

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In this guest post, Ben Rogers, Head of Marketing and Creative at Digital Paint, discusses website personalisation. Find out how you can create individual user journeys on your website and improve the overall experience for your customers.
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Social selling

Social selling for eCommerce

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In this guest post, Dale Hornridge – Managing Director of Facebook ad agency, Rogue Digital – offers eCommerce businesses advice on using social media to attract new customers and sell more to existing ones. Learn how to use Facebook and other platforms for social selling.
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