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Warehouse Management Basics

A warehouse management system (WMS) is software that is designed and built to optimize the warehouse, distribution, supply chain and fulfillment departments and processes within a business.

Marketplace Best Practice: Amazon

For the more seasoned Amazon sellers among you, here is some advice to help you enhance your experience selling on Amazon.

Marketplace Best Practice: eBay

Selling on marketplaces like eBay and Amazon allow you to get your products in front of a large audience, and when combined with your own online website and/or brick and mortar store, you can quickly increase your brand awareness and sales.

Inventory Management Basics

Effective inventory management and inventory control are one in the same, and the definition is pretty simple to understand.

Ecommerce Store Best Practice

In order to entice new shoppers to your ecommerce website and keep existing customers coming back to you time and time again, you need to keep on top of ecommerce best practice.

Retail Promotions Best Practice

With more competition among retailers, sales promotions have grown in importance when it comes to strategic retail initiatives aimed to improve revenue, market share, profit and business growth.

Pop-Up Shops Best Practice

A pop-up shop is a temporary storefront allowing retailers (both large and small) to test whether a physical store will work for them in that location (if at all).

Loyalty Programs Best Practice

By rewarding frequent customers and encouraging one-time buyers to come back to your store or ecommerce website, loyalty programs are an omnichannel sales promotion you may wish to add to your arsenal.

An Introduction to EDI

EDI stands for Electronic Data Interchange. EDI combines a system and processes to give businesses the ability to exchange documents and transactions between trading partners in a standard electronic format.

An Introduction to B2B Ecommerce Strategy

As of 2014, only 22% of B2B companies were selling online — but with the emergence of ecommerce solutions and evolving customer desires, that’s changing quickly. By 2020, the B2B market will be worth $1 trillion, twice as much as the B2C market.

An Introduction to Order Fulfillment

Fulfillment is too often an afterthought for successful online retailers. In this article, we’ll explore the different approaches you can take to make sure your fulfillment process is on point.

Getting Started with PPC Campaigns

Are you looking for a guide to help you improve your Pay per Click advertising, also known as PPC? Here’s our guide to help you take your PPC skills to the next level.

Getting Started with Technical SEO

Here are our tips for the technical side of SEO to get you started on making your ecommerce website stand out from your competitors in this fast-moving and cut-throat landscape.

An Introduction to Customer Experience (CX) Strategy

Customer Experience is a vital cog in any ecommerce business. Without it, you face losing sales by becoming unable to retain the attention and trust of visitors.

An Introduction to Accounts Auditing

Being audited can be a time consuming and expensive undertaking, and most businesses only do it when they are required to by external parties.