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Written by Joe Walton on 30 September 2015
Hello and welcome to September: In Review
Written by Hannah Green on 29 September 2015
Let me set the scene. Your business has a website and it cost you some money to build. When you were in the planning stages of designing the site, you had some objectives that you wanted it to achieve so be honest with yourself for one minute; now that it’s up and running, is it doing what you set it out to do?
Written by Grainne Shaughnessy on 09 September 2015
All retailers and wholesalers should be constantly testing and optimizing their operations in order to improve. Whilst this might sound like a lot of tricky number crunching and late nights hunched over a spreadsheet, in truth it doesn't have to be.
Written by Leah Spector on 08 September 2015
Whether you feel social media is a minor piece of your marketing mix or a significant part of your B2C business plan, you’ve likely at least accepted it is a must-have in your online selling toolkit.
Written by Andrew Hall on 03 September 2015
This post has been provided by Nublue, an innovative web hosting agency based in Lancaster, UK.
Imagine you’re shopping online. You’re about to spend a little too much money on that thing you’ve always wanted.
Written by Joe Walton on 01 September 2015
Hello and welcome to August: In Review
Written by Michael Bower on 27 August 2015
This is a guest post from Sellry, who specialize in all things ecommerce —from user experience strategy and interface design to high-end hosting optimization; from custom module development to data integration.
Written by Julie Stevens on 20 August 2015
In the past, accounting used to be a black art that was carried out once a year by an accountant in a darkened room. You wouldn’t know the outcomes until long after the time had passed for you to be able to do anything useful with the results. Receipts and invoices were gathered together in a shoebox or carrier bag and carted off for analysis, coffee stains and all.
Written by Trevor Koen on 18 August 2015
Gone are the days of a customer having an issue and phoning your support team to discuss it. These days a phone might be involved, but it’s not always a call they are making, but rather an instant tweet, or Facebook post. This means that your customer support issue has gone from being a closed conversation, to a discussion in the public domain.
Written by Michael Gandy on 03 August 2015
This guest post has been provided by our partner James and James Fulfilment. James and James are a leading eCommerce order fulfilment specialist that leverage the latest technology for the competitive advantage of their clients.