As if e-commerce needed any further prompting, the ongoing pandemic has increased the need for online commerce even further. More people are switching to ordering their groceries online, buying clothes, and having their tech delivered to their doorstep. Reducing face-to-face interactions paired with the lockdown has enticed more online shopping than the world has ever
The Covid-19 pandemic has impacted people’s daily lives tremendously, and eCommerce is not an exception. The government is trying hard to protect lives by announcing lockdowns, testing, and giving timely treatments. Restrictions are also implemented for outdoor movement apart from supplying and procuring essential commodities. While most of the grocery stores are shut due to
It’s been evident for several years that everything goes mobile. And this trend applies to retailers more than anybody else, because online retailers can’t think of running their businesses without a mobile application anymore. However, according to the reports by broadband search, mobile usage is gaining momentum significantly ever since it has been kicked off.
The ecommerce industry has been growing solidly in recent years, to the point at which many businesses now launch as ecommerce companies first and real-world retailers second. It’s arguably gone from being an option to be the default approach for new startups who want to set up shop quickly and start selling to customers straight
In online business today, brands have so much competition and so many threats to contend with. As a result, only the most vigilant are able to stay in the game. If you’re not willing to protect your online customers, you won’t last very long in business at all. Here are some ways to protect customer
A common question that is asked by every seller or potential service provider is “How do we get our customers to do what we want them to do?” But that’s the wrong question to ask. The question that you need to ask is, “How I can provide my customers with what they want while