Jeff Bezos must be spinning in his chair, knowing that over 30% of the world’s population is on Amazon. That’s mind-blowing, right? Well, it’s true. As of June 2021, 2.45 billion people visit the #1 ecommerce website every month. With this constant traffic flow, it
Category: Multi-channel Operations
Fulfillment By Amazon (FBA) enables ecommerce retailers to store their products in Amazon warehouses — regardless of whether they actually sell on Amazon — and lets Amazon handle the packing and shipping of those products. In addition to offering fast fulfillment, FBA also provides customer
One of the greatest challenges a growing merchant must face is warehousing inventory. After a certain point, they’ll outgrow their garage or basement and will have to find a location to store their items. The cost of real estate can quickly add up. On top
As a retailer, you’re in business to attract lots of customers and sell as much as possible. But only selling on your website limits your audience to people who already know about you actively searching for products. There’s a large chunk of people who don’t
You’ve installed WooCommerce on your ecommerce site. Congrats! Now, it’s time to customize your store…but you have no clue how to do that. Well, there’s an easy and effective way you can tweak your online store without any hassle: WooCommerce hooks. By using WooCommerce hooks,
Many ecommerce sellers start their selling journey on one platform, such as an online store or a marketplace. But once their business is in place, it’s time to consider multichannel selling. Multichannel selling fosters expansion by putting merchants’ products in front of a wider audience.
According to eMarketer, Walmart is the second-largest retail ecommerce marketplace, making up 6.7% of retail ecommerce sales in 2020. It trails only behind Amazon and leverages its brick-and-mortar stores to stay ahead of other ecommerce platforms like eBay. And if you’re a dropshipper, Walmart’s marketplace can be
When paying for products, customers prefer stores that make the payment process easy and smooth. So the importance of having a payment gateway that makes checking out uncomplicated cannot be overemphasized. Payment gateways are platforms, like PayPal, Square, and Stripe, that process credit card payments
Have you ever wanted to start an online store but didn’t want to deal with inventory management, fulfillment, shipping, or any other ecommerce shenanigans? Then dropshipping might be perfect for you. Dropshipping is an order fulfillment method where the seller doesn’t make or stock products but
Global retail ecommerce sales increased by $926 billion between 2019 and 2020, according to eMarketer. Of those numbers, WooCommerce powers 30% of ecommerce stores, making it a popular choice among ecommerce sellers. So what is WooCommerce? It’s a free WordPress plugin that adds ecommerce functionality to WordPress websites.