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It’s a good thing when you can’t keep up with customer orders. It means your eCommerce business is growing!
But, it’s not a good thing when you continually oversell and ship orders late or wrong to your customers. For every customer you add, you’ll also eventually lose them because of a bad customer experience.
With growth comes growing pains.
At this point, you can start to feel the burden of not integrating Shopify with Quickbooks. Your processes aren’t automated. Your staff sepnds their entire day just entering sales data from one system to another.
You aren’t focusing on your customer experience, instead you’re just trying to keep up with orders. Is it time to integrate Shopify and Quickbooks? (more…)
Thank you for reading Multichannel Insights in 2017!
As the year comes to an end, we looked back on our most popular eCommerce and retail articles. If you haven’t read any of these articles yet, you’ll want to! (more…)
(This post was originally published on March 26th, 2015. We’ve updated it for accuracy and completeness.)
Organic search traffic is one of the most important factors in your webstore’s success.
You can’t count solely on paid advertising to generate traffic. With proper SEO you should be bringing in free, relevant traffic to your Shopify webstore. But, search engine optimization (SEO) can be confusing!
While there are many factors that go into SEO, there are a few common issues you can tackle right out the gate. This post will cover five common Shopify SEO problems and tips to solve them. (more…)
Most eCommerce sellers fear migrating their webstores to a new platform. It seems too risky. It takes time, costs money, and requires you to move all your data. There’s so much that can seemly go wrong. They think migrating eCommerce platforms is a fast-track way to ruin sales!
So, merchants often avoid it for as long as they can. But, you really shouldn’t. Migration isn’t going to ruin your sales. Not upgrading to a new platform though could. Your current platform could be holding you back from growth, improving your business processes, and providing a better customer experience.
Let’s take an honest look at your business and see if you’re showing any of these signs that you need to replatform your eCommerce store. (more…)
Running an eCommerce business is tough. A common pain point for eCommerce sellers is tracking and managing their inventory. If you sell across multiple online channels, it gets even harder. During your busy selling season, tracking inventory is just downright frustrating.
How you manage your inventory can determine the success of your business. You want to avoid overselling and upsetting customers, but keeping too much stock ties up your cash.
To help you build a more profitable business, this post considers some key inventory challenges that eCommerce sellers face and how to avoid them. (more…)