Welcome to StoreBuilder, an intelligent website assistant that helps launch your ecommerce store faster than any other solution.
Entrepreneurship isn’t always about starting the next Tesla. Many times it’s about recognizing a need and having the instinct and drive to provide a solution for it. Take RaeShawn and LaShone Middleton whose journey to business ownership started with a community need. They are professional chefs who were laid off at the start of the pandemic. They were sitting at home binging Tiger King when they wanted to order a crab dinner, but realized there weren’t any local restaurants around that delivered. And right in that moment, a new business went from concept to rollout. They used their contacts to. . .
Learn the basics of omnichannel marketing, its benefits, and the difference between multichannel ecommerce. Use our marketing tips for ecommerce retail success.
98% of Americans are regularly switching between devices on the same day, which means customers expect information to be available to them wherever they are, and whenever they need it. This hyperconnectivity, coupled with the abundance of competitors in the ecommerce space, means consumers unknowingly have more control than ever over the buying process. So what does this mean for your ecommerce businesses? That adopting an omnichannel marketing strategy gives you the air cover you need to meet every customer wherever they are. In this article, you’ll learn: What omnichannel marketing is The importance of omnichannel marketing The difference between. . .
Learn how to go live with your StoreBuilder store by connecting your domain name. Just follow the steps in this article.
Now that your StoreBuilder store is set up and ready to go, it’s time to show it to the world! To make your store live, you’ll need to connect it to your domain name (yourshopname.com). If you’re handy with updating domain name settings, the name servers are listed below. If you’re thinking, “what the heck are nameservers?”, you might want to contact your domain name registrar to make the change. How to Make Your StoreBuilder Store Go Live Step 1 Login to your domain registrar dashboard or get in touch with your domain registrar’s support department to change your name. . .
In order to start accepting major credit cards for payment, you will first need to create an account with Stripe. Learn how in this article.
Your new StoreBuilder store comes ready-to-use with a powerful payment processor (sometimes referred to as a ‘gateway’) called Stripe. A payment processor is a company that handles credit card transactions so that your customers can buy your products online. Step 1: Sign up for a Stripe account In order to start accepting major credit cards like Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, etc. on your StoreBuilder store, you will first need to create an account with Stripe. Setting up an account can be done by registering on the Stripe website. Step 2: Link your StoreBuilder store to Stripe After your Stripe. . .
Moving away from a marketplace like Etsy to create your own online store is a smart choice supported by years of experience in ecommerce.
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These 8 elements are widely understood by ecommerce merchants and designers to be essential to a successful ecommerce homepage.
Over the years, ecommerce merchants, designers, and developers have experimented with thousands of homepage configurations and these 8 elements are widely understood to be essential to a successful homepage that converts visitors. Your logo Navigation Headline CTA Social Proof Photos Page copy Footer 8 Basic Elements of A Homepage Logo First, your logo. Your logo is the face of your brand. It’s the visual representation of everything you want your customers to remember about your business. It should be displayed consistently and often. Most brands develop guidelines for how their logo should be used so that customers see what they. . .
Learn best practices for homepage design for ecommerce and how StoreBuilder can help you create the ecommerce store of your dreams.
You might have heard that we recently released StoreBuilder here at Nexcess. And it’s going to make the process of creating your online store much easier. You’re going to answer a couple questions and StoreBuilder will use its algorithm to create a home page based on your products, the assets you already have, and your industry. In the past you would have needed a designer to help you with the layout and a developer to build your storefront for you. With StoreBuilder, we’ll do all of that for you, saving you dozens of hours of research & work. What Does. . .