Category: Ecommerce Tips

The High-Cost of Free Shipping Software

By on June 17, 2019

Carrier-provided software is free shipping software that allows you to ship packages to your customers. UPS WorldShip, FedEx Ship Manager, and USPS Click and Ship are 3 examples of this software, generously provided by their respective carriers. They are extremely popular and widely used among e-commerce companies. The big draw to these programs is that […]

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Are You Ready for USPS Dimensional Weight Pricing?

By on June 5, 2019

  The USPS will be implementing new postage rates on Sunday, June 23, 2019. Listed below are the highlights of the 2019 USPS changes: Dimensional Weight Pricing will go into effect across all USPS Postal Zones for Packages large than 1 Cubic Foot. First Class Mail International can only be used to send Documents, weighing less than 1lb. […]

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UPS and FedEx Shipping Refunds: Make Your Business More Profitable

By on February 21, 2019

Guest Author: Brian Gibbs of Refund Retriever Want to gain revenue and increase efficiency in your e-commerce business? Look no further than your shipping strategy when it comes to strengthening your profit thanks to UPS and FedEx shipping refunds gained from small parcel auditing and shipping refund credits. Multicarrier Shipping Strategy in 2019 With a […]

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Using LinkedIn for Ecommerce

By on September 10, 2018

It’s likely you’re already on LinkedIn, but is your business? A dedicated LinkedIn company page can help boost your brand and increase visibility. Here are a few reasons why your business should be on LinkedIn. Employee exposure. In addition to attracting casual browsers, your company page also has the potential to gain exposure thanks to […]

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6 Tips for Selling on Etsy

By on August 20, 2018

Buyers flock to Etsy for handcrafted, vintage and other unique items. If that’s what you sell, hit the ground running as an Etsy seller by following these steps to planning and opening your Etsy shop. 1.      Examine Etsy’s Quick-Start Checklist This guide provides step-by-step instructions for setting up, signing on and starting your shop. As […]

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5 Tips to Improve E-commerce Shipping

By on June 11, 2018

With e-commerce purchasing increasing year after year, it’s critical for online sellers to identify ways to strengthen their shipping efforts. Makingshipping a priority when it comes to optimizing e-commerce businesses must top to-do-lists in order to keep online shoppers happy and online sellers successful. Keeping this in mind, consider how the five points below can […]

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Seller Tips for Success – Amazon Seller Fulfilled Prime

By on May 4, 2018

Many sellers know about Fulfillment By Amazon, but the e-commerce giant also offers another program called Amazon Seller Fulfilled Prime (SFP). The name is self-explanatory: Rather than sending your inventory to Amazon warehouses for fulfillment, a seller would ship Amazon Prime orders themselves, making sure to meet Amazon’s strict shipping deadlines.  The primary benefits of […]

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Upping your Mobile Commerce Game in 2017

By on February 10, 2017

Although mobile users may have the lowest conversion rate, that’s beginning to change. Mobile accounted for 40 percent of sales this past Black Friday and drove 56 percent of retail site visits. Wondering what you can do to improve the mobile shopping experience this year? Think like a mobile shopper Look at your mobile site […]

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Returns Fraud: How to Protect Your Ecommerce Business

By on January 6, 2017

Are you up to your ears in post-holiday returns? You’re not alone. With any luck, your returns are from honest shoppers with legitimate gripes or valid reasons for changing their minds. However, you should also be mindful of returns fraud and how it can impact your business. Here are a few steps you can take […]

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Holiday Returns: What Went Wrong? What Can You Improve?

By on December 30, 2016

After the joyful frenzy of holiday shopping comes the stark reality of returns season. If you were relying on holiday profits to make your yearly goals, those returns can sting all the more. And for ecommerce sellers, return rates are estimated to run three times higher than physical stores. Although any online seller needs to […]

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