It’s harder to get a customer to buy clothes online, but it’s not impossible.
Follow these four steps to save yourself a lot of time, money and headaches.
When sales slow down, here are five areas of your business to check first.
In the battle against retail Goliaths, smaller shops can inspire loyalty by building relationships that center on value, not price.
Growing your brand and acquiring customers during the first month of business is crucial, even if you’re not profitable.
Stick with what works. Maximize your social media use. Keep your information secure. And invest in online visibility.
Sure, shaking hands with every customer is charming in an “Andy Griffith” sort of way. But limiting yourself by excluding ecommerce could quash your business.
Are you doing your own fulfillment, for example? That alone is going to stymie your growth.
Feeling unappreciated selling a luxury product, he quit his job and now has a multimillion-dollar business.
Something as seemingly minor as images and buttons that are too small can send shoppers fleeing.
Difficult manual processes? Outdated systems? Reporting headaches? Time to upgrade.
The Chinese ecommerce company made more than $17 billion in sales this year.