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December 14, 2018

The Only FAQ Template You Need is in This Blog Post

Imagine this scenario: You’re shopping for wireless headphones on an eCommerce website. You have some general questions. So, you head over to the site’s FAQ where you find out that algorithms called audio codecs help determine sound quality in headphones. There’s a link in the FAQ to one of the site’s blog articles where you […]

December 10, 2018

Return Policy Template Examples for Small eCommerce Businesses

TheraSpecs is an online eyewear vendor that makes tinted sunglasses designed to relieve the effects of migraines. Recently, facing a sharp spike in return rates, the company decided to extend their 45-day free trial. “Even at 45 days, we found that customers who were on the fence were more likely to return their glasses because […]

December 07, 2018

Streamlining your WooCommerce Checkout Process to Increase Sales

Streamline WooCommerce checkout

The name of the game with eCommerce is making sales. Anything that gets in the way of a customer making a purchase is costing you money. Even collecting their email before they’ve made their purchase can cut your sales. Today we’re going to start by looking at ways you can streamline your checkout process so […]

December 03, 2018

Why Dokan is Our Favorite Multi-Vendor eCommerce Plugin

If you’re looking to open a multi-vendor marketplace, it means you want to make money. Well, to be profitable, you need a multi-vendor plugin with enough features to help everyone involved—you and the vendors who sell on your site. They need to see how well their products are selling. You need management tools to key […]

November 30, 2018

Getting Started with A/B Testing Your WooCommerce Store

Today we’re going to look at what A/B testing is. I’ll help you identify your metric to watch for your store. And I’ll introduce you to a number of tools that you can use for A/B testing on your WooCommerce site. The truth is that if you’re not testing the changes to your store, then you […]

November 26, 2018

Everything You Need to Know About Starting a T-Shirt Business From Home

It’s no secret that we’re a nation (and, really, a world) that’s obsessed with T-shirts. We have been since before the tie-dye shirts of the ‘60s. People love to express themselves with designs, colors, and slogans that speak to them. It’s no surprise then that designers have been creating their own T-shirts to sell for […]

November 23, 2018

How to Increase Your Average Order Price with Smart Offers for WooCommerce

By streamlining your WooCommerce checkout process you can increase your revenue because more people will make a purchase. But, increasing the volume of sales you get through your store is only one way to increase your revenue. A second way to increase your overall revenue is to increase your average order price. Today we’re going […]

November 20, 2018

5 Methods For Optimizing eCommerce Conversions

When you opened your eCommerce store, where did you see yourself in five years? As a small and consistent merchant providing an excellent, personal service, or a global supplier of high-quality products?

November 12, 2018

Aliexpress Shipping 101 for eCommerce Store Owners

One-day shipping by Amazon Prime has raised expectations. Customers want their products yesterday. Today, customers don’t just consider price and quality before pressing the buy button. They factor in how long it’s going to take to get their laptop, athleisure shorts, or specialty coffee mug. To stay profitable, store owners who rely on dropshipping for […]

November 06, 2018

Performance And Load Testing Your WooCommerce Store

Slow-loading pages and unresponsive interface elements are kryptonite for online stores. Shoppers expect a pleasant experience, and there is nothing pleasant about looking at a loading indicator for ten seconds or trudging through a multi-step checkout process that takes what seems like forever to load each page.