Washington (PRESS RELEASE – June 16, 2011) – Stamps.com, the leading provider of USPS postage online and shipping software, has partnered with SCORE, America’s premier source of free and confidential small business advice for entrepreneurs, to sponsor an online e-Guide to help small businesses learn how to gain an edge in ecommerce.
The new e-guide “Gaining the Edge in Ecommerce with Free Shipping” is now available for download under the “Templates and Tools” section at www.score.org. The e-Guide is designed to educate business owners on how free shipping can be a great marketing tool for their ecommerce web site.
SCORE CEO Ken Yancey says, “SCORE is pleased to partner with Stamps.com on ways to make doing business, faster, easier and more efficient for America’s small business owners.” Yancey adds, “SCORE and Stamps.com are committed to making useful small business tools and resources available to entrepreneurs 24/7. We appreciate the generous support of Stamps.com.”
Stamps.com CEO Ken McBride said, “Partnering with SCORE is very exciting because we share the same goals. Stamps.com also aims to help small business owners run their businesses smartly, efficiently and easily with our unique postage solutions that offer time and cost savings. This e-Guide will help entrepreneurs understand why free shipping has become an incredible marketing tool and how it can effectively increase sales.”
Stamps.com (Nasdaq: STMP) is a leading provider of Internet-based postage services. Stamps.com’s service enables small businesses, high-volume shippers, enterprise shippers, and consumers to print U.S. Postal Service-approved postage with just a PC, printer and Internet connection, right from their home or office. The Company targets its services to small businesses and home offices, and currently has PC Postage partnerships with Avery Dennison, Microsoft, HP, Office Depot, USPS and others.
Since 1964, SCORE has helped more than 9 million aspiring entrepreneurs. Each year, SCORE provides small business mentoring and workshops to more than 375,000 new and growing small businesses. More than 13,000 business experts volunteer as mentors in 354 chapters serving local communities with entrepreneur education to help grow 1 million small businesses.