As COVID-19 continues to impact the market, we’ve seen a massive shift toward ecommerce. The rise in contactless payment as a result of the coronavirus has been a key trend. Consumers are adopting options like mobile ordering and in-store pickup at an astonishing rate. Learn about best practices to address fraud risks.
While third-party solutions provide much-needed features, integrating them as a core part of your ecommerce stack is not without risk. So, whether you’re incorporating new solutions or reevaluating existing ones, ecommerce sellers should take the time to choose the right ones, saving time, money and peace of mind in the long run.
While subscription box businesses may not experience the 20% to 30% return rates of ecommerce, they still wrestle with their share, and how they handle them can significantly impact subscriber retention. It is critical to provide efficient, hassle-free service and prompt refunds where necessary. Here are key factors to consider.
In an increasingly unpredictable world, retailers with science-based pricing are better positioned to gain real-time insights into changes in demand signals. They can then predict future demand and normalize historical data to optimize supply chain management, building shopper loyalty and driving business results.
Social media is one of the best ways to market your business. Platforms like Facebook and Instagram have millions (or even billions) of active monthly users, and you can easily reach out to them by sharing relevant and interesting content. Here are 5 common mistakes you need to avoid in social media marketing.
Without a proactive prevention plan, an ecommerce store is bound to lose customer data and revenue as transactions soar during COVID-19. Here are 5 of the most common cyber threats to look out for, plus some quick tips to prevent them, as well as suggestions for improving your overall site security.
Widespread implementation of Industry 4.0 might be down the road, but the elements that underpin the concept are slowly being introduced to logistics and warehouse operations worldwide. The question is: What does this concept mean for me, and how can I prepare for this new industrial revolution? Here’s what you need to know.
With a critical eye on spending, many brands are leaning on simple, effective and timely marketing campaigns. This strategy is exactly what you should be doing. Understanding which marketing channels give the biggest bang for the buck can go a long way. Here are 3 easy marketing strategies that will help your business now.
For fashion retailers, the COVID-19 situation presents an assortment of challenges as not only have people’s priorities and needs changed but, for many, shopping for clothing is an inherently in-person activity. Here are 6 ways fashion retailers can connect with customers online while physical shopping is on pause to drive sales.
Those who have embraced omnichannel retailing by allowing customers to do everything from browsing to payment on their personal device have found it much easier to adapt with tactics like BOPIS to ensure the safety and health of employees and shoppers. The current crisis will serve as a catalyst for long-term process changes.