Attracting women to your small business is a must. They're making a lot of purchases for themselves and others. So, here are three things you can do or offer now that can bring more female shoppers through your doors.
If you'd like to save yourself the trouble of listing, marketing and then shipping items yourself of eBay, you may be interested to know there is an alternative. It's called the eBay valet program. Here's how it works.
What things are driving customers absolutely mad these days? You'll be surprised at some of the results of a recent survey. Find out how you can prevent people from running away from your small business lungs afire.
Check out these tips for improving sales on your small business's ecommerce site by showcasing your merchandise better.
Wine, in all its forms, is very popular right now. That's particularly true in developing countries with a blossoming middle class. So, eBay has become one of the first major ecommerce sites to devote an entire section to it.
Perhaps the most staggering number to come from a recent State of Retail report delivered at Microsoft's Envision conference in New Orleans is how much businesses are spending on the so-called customer experience. Hint: It's in the billions!
Need new ink or other office supplies in a jiff? Staples now lets you order those products for your business from the Facebook Messenger platform.
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New data may throw a curve in your marketing plans. It turns out that Millennial shoppers aren't just looking for a snazzy ecommerce site, they really want to see your products in person.
Customers appreciate the ease that automation brings to their shopping experiences but offer bad customer service and they'll walk away. So, is your small business's reliance on automated processes as part of their overall experience having them look for alternatives?
New data from the J.P. Morgan Chase Institute reveals which U.S. cities are hotbeds for spending at small businesses. Big metro areas, like New York City, lead the way.