Have you ever seen a super sleek, high-end car with a pile of garbage in place of the engine? No? That’s what a website with great product photos and bad copy is like.
There are lots of ways to get more customers to your store – paid ads, media coverage, etc. But there’s one super simple method you can implement today: search engine optimization
You can have the most beautiful web design, amazing photos and the perfect business name, but if your products are shit, your business will be shit.
BigCommerce is an amazing ecommerce platform with tons of built-in features. But most entrepreneurs find that they can take it to another next level by adding on third-party apps.
You can now import all your products from Amazon to BigCommerce in just a couple of clicks. AND keep everything in sync between the two.
Here it is, no intro, no fanfare, just straight up. These are the 4 things people want from your ecommerce site: Customization, Ease, Legitimacy, Creativity. That’s it!
It’s the dream, right? To be one of the best Shopify stores out there – millions of sales, tons of adoring customers and money up to your eyeballs. But how do you get there?
There are tons of Shopify themes, but many of them weren’t built for large catalogs. When you have a massive inventory, you need to be able to feature multiple collections and keep things organized.
It’s intimidating to think about moving from Amazon to Shopify – products, payments, domains, order fulfillment, ALL THE THINGS! But you can have your store up and running in an afternoon.
Most ecommerce businesses fail because they can’t get enough traffic to their stores. They focus on having the coolest products, forgetting the most important part – the buyers!
This week’s ByteStand Success interview features Enerskin, a high tech company featured in Runner’s World and Vogue for their patented compression gear made for elite athletes and sports enthusiasts.
At least a couple of times a week, I turn into a huge dork who gets super excited about explaining the multitude of ways that our app is better than Shopify’s built-in Fulfillment by Amazon integration.
You’ve probably heard that you need a target audience to help focus your marketing efforts. But buyer personas take it a step further by really pinpointing exactly who your buyers are
There are a million different data points you can track in your ecommerce store. Clicks, conversions, bounces, visitors, etc. How do you know what they all mean and which ones to focus on?
Most people spend a ton of time getting the home page just right, but it’s vital that you get the product pages just as perfect.
One of the best ways to get more shoppers to your store is with publicity. Media outlets already have the traffic, why not let them send it your way?
So you want to fulfill orders for your products and you want Amazon to fulfill orders for their FBA products in your Shopify store. We’ve got you covered.
This week’s ByteStand Success interview features Woosh Sunnies, a family-owned company based in Panama that sells fun, stylish, and affordable shades.
Today’s interview is with Tru-Colour Bandages, a company that celebrates diversity by making multi-skin tone bandages.
Hi, I’m Gennifer. I’ve been with ByteStand pretty much from the beginning. Or really, before the beginning.
For some unexplained reason Shopify doesn’t like Amazon’s European arm. Specifically Fulfillment by Amazon or FBA.
Do you smell something? Smells like your money is on fire. Amazon multi-channel fulfillment fees (MCF) are going up again.
Up until now picking fonts for a Shopify store, has been a lot like getting a drink in the middle of the night. Lots of fumbling around in the dark…
When people find content on the web they are interested in, they scan it first. Users have grown accustomed to quickly moving through information, only stopping at the parts that are important to them.
Yes, you are absolutely correct. Shopify does come with FBA Shipping already integrated. But have you ever actually set it up?