The aim of this guide is to give you a reality check. We see a lot of positive stories in the media around being your own boss, living an entrepreneur lifestyle and making millions. But is it really as easy as they say?
So you think you have the next million dollar business idea, huh? Or perhaps you have more modest goals and just want to make a few thousand dollars each month to cover your mortgage. Truth of the matter is that you won’t know the answer until you conduct market testing. As the name implies, market testing… Read More »
If you have a store, it is important to know the demands of your market/customers, what they need and what they are looking for so you’ll be able to provide them with the best possible recommendation through the products/services that you are offering. This idea is the same for eCommerce stores, only that it’s virtual…. Read More »
One of the biggest contributing factors to the success of any eCommerce business is knowing and understanding your customers and clients. In order to do so, it is necessary to include writing a marketing profile or customer profile in your business plan. Although most business owners – both online and offline – do write a… Read More »
The aim of this guide is to help you assess whether a company or individual is actually an eCommerce specialist, and to discover more about their capabilities.
The aim of this guide is to provide you with a quick checklist of questions you can ask an eCommerce Developer, if you’re considering hiring one.
On-page SEO has always been a key element for ranking high on search engines. Even though some of its elements are using importance in terms of ranking, it’s still very important to have those elements set up. Good on-page SEO can help you rank higher on Google as you increase crawler’s understanding of your site,… Read More »
The most important attribute for store owners is a keyword value. Keyword is valuable if it leads to a sale. You can also deem it as valuable if it leads to a sign up, newsletter opt-in, pdf download or if it’s sticky (meaning people are staying longer on your site, exploring multiple pages, low… Read More »
In the previous guide on How To Choose Valuable Keywords For Your Store we talked about matching your pages with keywords that you researched. Among those keywords you will find 3, 4 or more words phrases that will be suitable for your content topics. It is important to track the effect of every intended keyword… Read More »
One of the first steps when planning to invest some effort in SEO, or even without investing in SEO, is competition research. Your established competitors already made a lot of mistakes and then corrected them. This means you can just take a look at what they are doing and try to do the same. You… Read More »