Learn the Strategies on How to Master Your e-Commerce Business and Start Making Money
Are you thinking about starting an eCommerce business?
The good news is that worldwide online sales are expected to grow to $4 trillion by 2020.
In 2018, in the US alone, ecommerce retailers made $504.58 billion in sales revenue.
There are many more benefits of ecommerce.
Online shopping has successfully integrated itself into nearly every facet of modern life, with customers being able to purchase almost anything off the internet and have it shipped directly to them with just a few clicks of a button.
However, despite the growing importance of e-commerce in the modern economy, many professionals from all walks of life are still unfamiliar with the rules and trends that are coming to shape the contemporary business world.
In this guide, you’ll discover the advantages of setting up online stores so that you can decide for yourself if this is the right business type for you.
Also you will find out the best practices of running a profitable ecommerce business.
These strategies and valuable knowledge of online business will help you stay excited and motivated throughout your entrepreneurial journey.
Chapter-1 Importance of having an e-commerce business a. Less Financial Cost b. Open 24/7 c. Sell anywhere across the world d. Easily display best-sellers
Chapter-2 Hot Ecommerce Trends to Follow a. Continued importance of mobile devices b. Chinese e-commerce giants rising c. Direct contact with consumers d. Drop shipping is still viable
Chapter-3 How To Start A Successful Ecommerce Business a. Starting an Ecommerce Business b. Finding Ecommerce Products c. Researching Other Small Online Businesses d. Building Online Stores
Chapter-4 Latest Ecommerce Business Ideas a. Niche fashion communities b. Digital health services c. Go Industrial d. Think micro-niche such as gluten free
Chapter-5 All you need to know about e-commerce blogging a. Why You Should Be Starting a Blog b. Blogging Tips for Better Blog Content c. Optimize Content for Keywords d. How to Come Up with Blog Post Ideas
Chapter-6 Tips to increase your e-commerce revenue a. Focus on Your Market b. Reach Out to Repeat Customers c. Use Brilliant Product Descriptions d. Stop Forcing Users to Register Before Buying
Chapter-7 Finding the right e-commerce niche that you can dominate! a. Research Product Subcategories b. Do Keyword Research c. Think Beyond A Single Product d. Try To Create An Advantage Over Amazon
Chapter-8 How to improve your E-commerce landing Page Conversions? a. Categorize Your Products b. High-Quality Product Images c. Audit Your Checkout Process d. Simplify Your Headlines
Chapter-9 How to Set Up a Facebook Ad Funnel for eCommerce Products a. Set Up Your eCommerce Site With Facebook b. Set Up and Populate Your Facebook Ad Targeting Audiences c. Establish Product Awareness With a Top-of-Funnel Facebook Campaign d. Encourage Product Consideration With a Middle-of-Funnel Facebook Campaign
Chapter-10 How to advertise on Twitter for ecommerce businesses a. Why You Should Consider Advertising on Twitter b. Twitter Advertising options c. Optimize Your Twitter Ad Spend d. Test Out Conversational Ads
Chapter-11 How to boost ecommerce sales using Instagram? a. How Instagram can drive sales for your business b. Switch Your Personal Instagram Account to a Business Account c. Use Tools for Selling with Instagram d. Showcase Your Customers by Posting User-Generated Content
Chapter-12 Successful Ecommerce Business Stories
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