As a supplement brand, there’s a good chance that you are looking for an easy way to get your products in front of customers but are struggling to find a platform that doesn’t have rules that keep you from promoting products the way you want to. While you could settle for less, you shouldn’t have to as a business owner. But how can you start your online supplement store the right way and maintain full creative control and, more importantly, income? Keep reading to find out how the team at Skynet Solutions can help!
Many of the most successful eCommerce stores are evaluating their business data to determine new ways to reach their most active customers and ensure they are closing sales any time that they visit their website. While you will undoubtedly want to focus on metrics that have an impact on your ROI, it is easy to start worrying about vanity metrics that may have little impact on overall performance like page views, likes on social media or unqualified leads. With this in mind, what metrics should you be tracking as an eCommerce store to ensure you are getting the most value?
There’s a good chance that you have invested a lot of time and money into your website. And, if something were to happen to it and you lost that data, you would likely be devastated. This is, unfortunately, a reality for many small business owners that haven’t invested in a proper way to create backups of their website and associated data. But why exactly are website backups and important and how can you ensure they are being done?
In the short months that the United States has experienced ongoing quarantine measures to slow the spread of the COVID-19 virus, countless individuals have started to search for a job that works on their own terms. As eCommerce continues to grow during this pandemic, many are pursuing the dream to be their own boss. In this article, we will look at why eCommerce remains popular during quarantine and how you can get started quickly with minimal start-up costs to begin your journey into entrepreneurship.
Each day during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, more and more small businesses are deciding to give up on their dreams and permanently close their business. Whether this stems from a lack of necessary funds or the inability to receive financial assistance to pay rent or other overhead costs. In this article, we will look at 3 things that small businesses can learn from the COVID-19 lockdowns and some precautions that should be in place if a similar situation occurs in the future.
Recently, the Internal Revenue Service reached out to small businesses to help urge taxpayers to be cautious of coronavirus-related scams that may soon come through their phone or email accounts. Responding to these phishing attempts will often lead to tax-related fraud and identity theft. Unfortunately, the most at-risk segments of the population for these scams are elderly individuals and those that are the most at need during this uncertain period.