Category: eCommerce Marketing

7 Proven Instagram and Facebook Tips by Small Business Owners

Are you ready to put your social media selling strategy into action, and looking for some stories to inspire you as you take the next step? Or, maybe you’ve just started selling online and are looking for ideas on how other merchants have harnessed the power of social media to take their ecommerce game up a level. If you’re searching for information on how successful selling is done through social media, look no further […]

What is q-commerce? | Econsultancy

Fast delivery has always been part of a good retail customer experience, but now, a new wave of companies are making speed their USP. Q-commerce, which stands for ‘quick commerce’ – also known as on-demand or rapid delivery – refers to companies that deliver goods (typically groceries) in under an hour, or as quickly as […]

Why Ecwid is the Best Ecommerce Platform for Partners | Ecwid

The ecommerce space is growing more crowded these days as new players enter the fray of a competitive industry. But with a growing number of choices, it can be hard to know what ecommerce platform is right for your business. When you’re shopping around, ask yourself: Does a certain platform care about small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs)? Does it integrate well with your business website? Is it easy for merchants to use and adapt as their […]

How to Use TikTok to Drive Interest for Your Business

Unless you’ve been living under a rock or on the Moon, we bet you’ve heard of TikTok! It’s one of the most popular social media platforms around today. Love it or hate it, with over 1 billion monthly active users, TikTok can be an excellent way to grow your reach as a small business owner. TikTok is all about short videos which are used in creative ways. Why not harness your creative potential […]

API vs SDK: What’s in a Name? | Ecwid

Technology sure loves its acronyms and initialisms, doesn’t it? Pick a tech-heavy industry and you’re sure to be inundated with acronyms IRL ASAP! But YOLO, right? And you don’t want to risk FOMO, LOL. But using acronyms and initialisms takes for granted that everyone knows what they mean, which usually isn’t the case. For instance, if you aren’t a developer or have no experience building software or websites, you […]

Unlocking Why Your Customers Do What They Do

Whitney Blankenship Content Marketing Manager Reading Time: 10 minutes As marketers, we’re drawn to the psychological aspect of branding. This is proven by the myriad of articles, infographics, and studies you can find on how the most minute details affect a customer’s purchase decision. From color psychology to using urgency language to incite our customers […]