If you’re looking to scale your online store’s operations, then shooting high-quality product images should be your number one priority. However, considering the limited bandwidth and the high cost of hiring professional photographers, it can be difficult for those working on a small budget to produce amazing imagery required to generate increased conversions. If this sounds like you, here are 8 tips you can implement in order to create incredible e-commerce photography on a tight budget.
Customer service is one of the main factors that influence the buying decision of the customer. In our Magento infographics we will show the secret triggers to success and point out the important moments, which are neglected by the majority of Magento store owners. Make sure you have not been taken in by one of customer service myths and have a look at our infographics below.
Ecommerce-Platforms.com – a leading ecommerce news, views and advice blog has recently published an informative and useful article along with a comprehensive infographic on creating a successful online business in 2015.
The best eCommerce storefronts tend to be unique to their clientele, their product, and their location. However, if you look you may notice a few things in common. While trends change with time—2012 was all about white backgrounds and grayscale photos while 2013 brought back grunge textures and dark backgrounds—all the best sites find an image that speaks to their brand more clearly than anything else and stick with it. In getting to that point, however, they all move through a few specific elements of the design process. Find out what it is that makes the top sites stand out from the rest of the crowd.
In any small business and eCommerce forum, you will find parties passionately on one side or the other of the debate as to whether dropshipping has anything to offer the small business. Many point out that companies like Avon and Tupperware are, in fact, dropshipping companies. Their reps take the orders, and Avon and Tupperware fulfill them. But what about other kinds of dropshipping, and how could it be a good thing for your business?
For many people that have dreamed of starting a small business, the Internet has truly become a godsend. Whether it's an offshoot of an existing business or something created out of thin air, the world of e-commerce has exploded alongside the Internet in the last 20 years. However, a prospective small business owner still needs to double check a few things before hanging up their virtual shingle and hoping the money starts rolling in. As with the brick and mortar stores, doing the research before taking the plunge is vital. Putting in the hard work to make sure all is well will certainly be a need in the long run.