October is the time where most people look forward to fall because of the chilly air and the comforting aroma of pumpkin spice lattes. Also, for online shoppers the online Halloween discounts is a major part of the season's attractiveness.
In my previous article, we brainstormed how as a Shopify store, you can compete with Amazon Prime delivery.
Your hypothetical business was in Seattle, WA, trying to offer nationwide free delivery to compete with Amazon Prime. The problem was that when you receive an order from the east coast, say, New York City, it is not affordable to ship via Air, such as with USPS Express Delivery. That’s why we decided that Three-Day delivery is an excellent option for you to start.
Once upon a time (around 2016, to be exact :)), one of the Shopify merchants sent us an email. He asked if we could prevent right-clicking on his website because he is tired of having his images stolen from his site. However, he doesn’t want to disable right-clicking permanently. He also wants the ability to turn it on and off as needed. At that moment, instead of hard coding this feature solely for one merchant's store, we thought, why not design a Shopify app with a switch? So, our first app was born, and we called it Photolock.
Can you beat Amazon when it comes to delivery promises?
What kind of delivery promise you want to set for your online store may be confusing. Especially when you open your Shopify store to print a label, you will see a bunch of options such as UPS Ground Three-day and USPS First-Class shipping. And those delivery estimates do not reflect the actual time for delivery.
Something has been bothering me for quite some time. Many Shopify developers are not concerned with the speed of your store. And there is the undeniable fact that slow app performance harms retail in a variety of ways.
Ecommerce and social media fit together like hand in glove. Using social media sites to target e-commerce customers is par for the course for marketers today as a growing number of online shoppers interact with brands using social media.
About 80% of the U.S. population shops online. This means that there is a high demand for eCommerce products which keeps increasing year after year. One of the best ways to sell more and better is by creating offers. But this is not child’s play. You need to understand your target audience, their challenges, and their needs.
Recent research shows that 500 e-commerce websites have been hacked for credit card information and customer data. Now, before you feel overwhelmed, the good news is that you can protect yourself.
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